Clinical Research Centre

The Clinical Research Centre (CRC) is a state-wide service which aims to assist North Metropolitan Health Service Mental Health services in their provision of high quality, evidence-based care and services. This service supports the delivery of better outcomes in a culture of continuous clinical improvement by:


  • Conducting high quality clinical translational research activities.
  • Providing expert advice and guidance to staff and services to assist with the formulation, planning and presentation (design, methodology, data management, advanced statistical analysis, interpretation and presentation of results) of their Quality Improvement (QI) projects.
  • Support and coordination of clinical audits.
  • Delivering teaching, training and supervision to ensure staff are well equipped to engage in continuous service improvement through embedding QI and translational research activities within the NMHS.
  • Supervising trainees, students and staff on QI and clinical research activities.
  • Supporting the research ethics review and research governance functions for all NMHS Mental Health programs (Youth, Adult, Older Adult and Forensic Community and Inpatient Services and Statewide Services).


Last Updated: 27/10/2021