To learn more about how the cooperation agreement can be used and how it saves researchers time and legal costs, visit us for a short webinar. BDHP Research Passport Agreement is a cooperation agreement between all BDHP partners. The agreement aims to streamline the process of authorizing researchers and save them costs of time and justice. The agreement consists of a framework contract and an operating plan. With legal conditions and agreed dates, the agreement reduces the number of legal audits required for collaborative clinical research and speeds up the approval process. For a copy of the Passport Search Agreement, schedule 2 of the agreement and third-party agreement click on the download link to the left of this page. “Projects are included in a project project, so these standard conditions and processes accelerate project implementation between all partners and external staff by reducing delays through administrative procedures and legal reviews,” she said. The provision of an operating plan with agreed legal terms and time frames allows all participating researchers and research organizations to use a unique legal agreement that protects, identifies and provides guidance to all stakeholders, while reducing costs and improving efficiency. BDHP has developed an innovative new framework agreement for its partners, the first of its kind in Australia.
The agreement, called BDHP Research Passport, streamlines the demanding and demanding processes of researchers under the BDHP partnership by providing an operating plan for each project prior to its launch. BDHP has two main offices: one within the Translational Research Institute on the Princess Alexandra Hospital campus, the other at the Centre for Clinical Research at the University of Queensland, on the campus of the Royal Brisbane and Women`s Hospital. The history of Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners dates back to 2011 with the creation of Mayne Health Science Alliance and Diamantina Health Partners.