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Below is a list of 3 currently available Research & Surveys - Health tenders, requests for quotation, requests for proposal, expressions of interest or requests for tender, followed by 20 of our most recently closed opportunities.

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Currently Open Research & Surveys - Health Tenders / RFQ / RFT / EOI / RFP

Longitudinal Study on Male Health
State/Region:
Australia
875
views since 24/03/2017
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Early Notice - Assessment & Advisory Services Panel
State/Region:
Australia
1309
views since 03/03/2017
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Supplier Relationship Portal
State/Region:
Victoria
2588
views since 23/02/2017
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20 Most Recently Closed Business Opportunities

Learn How to be a Bid Response Hero
Organisation:
Tendering for Sucess
State/Region:
South Australia
6111
views since 06/03/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-758595
    Notice Type: Notice of Information
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: South Australia
    Closing Date: 17/03/2017

    OUR FUNDAMENTALS WORKSHOP [HALF-DAY SEMINAR]
    Designed for bid response practitioners with little experience, our workshop will get you started, using real life examples which teach you to think about your response process in three sequential stages, examining each in detail.
    Date: 6 April
    TIME: 9.00 am - 12.30 pm
    PRICE: $405 + GST subscriber rate
    VENUE: Cliftons, 2/288 Edward Street, Brisbane

    OUR MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP [FULL-DAY SEMINAR]
    If you have experience, but aren't getting the results you expect and realise your process needs to be more effective, efficient and sustainable, our workshop will re-frame your existing knowledge using a unique three pillar framework.
    DATE: 7 April
    Time: 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
    PRICE: $785 + GST subscriber rate
    VENUE: Cliftons, 2/288 Edward Street, Brisbane

    FIND OUT MORE AND SECURE YOUR PLACE NOW ...
    www.tenderingforsuccess.com

Learn How to be a Bid Response Hero
Organisation:
Tendering for Success
State/Region:
Victoria
8503
views since 06/03/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-758594
    Notice Type: Notice of Information
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Victoria
    Closing Date: 17/03/2017

    OUR FUNDAMENTALS WORKSHOP [HALF-DAY SEMINAR].
    Designed for bid response practitioners with little experience, our workshop will get you started, using real life examples which teach you to think about your response process in three sequential stages, examining each in detail.
    Date: 16 March
    TIME: 9.00 am - 12.30 pm
    PRICE: $405 + GST subscriber rate
    VENUE: Cliftons, 1/440 Collins Street, Melbourne

    OUR MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP [FULL-DAY SEMINAR]
    If you have experience, but aren't getting the results you expect and realise your process needs to be more effective, efficient and sustainable, our workshop will re-frame your existing knowledge using a unique three pillar framework.
    DATE: 17 March
    Time: 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
    PRICE: $785 + GST subscriber rate
    VENUE: Cliftons, 1/440 Collins Street, Melbourne

    FIND OUT MORE AND SECURE YOUR PLACE NOW ...
    www.tenderingforsuccess.com

Advance Notice - Trial & Fieldwork Interview
Organisation:
Department of Corrections
State/Region:
New Zealand
572
views since 03/03/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-758547
    Notice Type: Notice of Information
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New Zealand
    Closing Date: 09/03/2017

    DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. ADVANCE NOTICE OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG TESTING (AODT) IN THE COMMUNITY TRIAL & FIELDWORK INTERVIEWS.
    RFx ID: 18433159. Reference: 16469.
    Close Date: Thursday 9 March 2017 at 12.00 pm.
    Notice of Information (NOI).
    Overview: The Drug and Alcohol Testing of Community Based Offenders, Bailees and Other Persons Bill amended legislation that provides for the testing and monitoring of community based offenders and bailees who are subject to abstinence conditions imposed by the courts and NZ Parole Board. On 16 May 2017, the Department of Corrections and NZ Police will commence a two-year trial of Alcohol and Other Drug Testing (AODT) and monitoring of bailees and offenders in the community.
    The purpose of this Notice is to provide advance notification to the market of the Department of Corrections intention to release a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the supply of services to conduct the interviewing component of the evaluation of the AODT in the community trial. We require reliable qualitative evidence to inform future development of alcohol and drug testing in the community processes.
    The RFP is intended to be released via the Government Electronic Tenders Service (GETS) on or around 16 March 2017.
    Note: No information from potential respondents is requested nor required from this advance notice. Suppliers who are interested in being part of the proposed RFP process should ensure that they are registered to receive GETS notifications for the applicable RFP Categories.
    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please refer to the GETS Internet Site below (free to register) for all contact information and/or documentation relating to this tender notice:
    https://www.gets.govt.nz/DC/ExternalTenderDetails.htm?id=18433159

Research Investment for Priorities in Alcohol
Organisation:
Health Promotion Agency
State/Region:
New Zealand
477
views since 05/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-749916
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New Zealand
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    HEALTH PROMOTION AGENCY - RESEARCH INVESTMENT FOR PRIORITIES IN ALCOHOL.
    RFx ID : 18203588.
    Reference: RSC0203/16-17/05.
    Close Date: Friday, 24 February 2017 12:00 PM.
    Tender Type: Request for Proposals (RFP).
    Overview: The Health Promotion Agency's (HPA) alcohol programme has a specific statutory function to undertake, or work with others, to research alcohol use and public attitudes to alcohol in New Zealand and problems associated with or consequent on, alcohol misuse. As part of delivering this function, HPA invests in a periodic research programme called Research Investment for Priorities in Alcohol (RIPA). HPA funds a number of projects under each RIPA investment round that provide good quality information on alcohol-related issues to inform both HPA's alcohol-related work programme and the wider sector. This research may have programme, policy, or further research implications.
    HPA is now inviting Respondents to submit detailed research proposals for the 2016/17 alcohol RIPA investment round that address one of the two following themes: 'Drinking cultures'; and 'Using information to reach and help change the behaviour of risky drinkers'.
    HPA is interested in improving understanding of various aspects of these themes, and exploring how this understanding may contribute towards reducing harmful drinking behaviour.
    HPA is seeking to invest in two or more research projects as part of this RFP.
    Please note that questions and responses should be submitted via email.
    Please subscribe to this notice to receive access to the RFP and Response Form.
    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please refer to the GETS Internet Site below (free to register) for all contact information and/or documentation relating to this tender notice:
    https://www.gets.govt.nz/HPA/ExternalTenderDetails.htm?id=18203588

Drug Research Grant Opportunity
Organisation:
Department of Health
State/Region:
Australia
1197
views since 14/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-750880
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 21/02/2017

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. ATM H1617G023. DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAM - ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG RESEARCH GRANT OPPORTUNITY.
    The Drug and Alcohol Program aims to reduce the impact of drug and alcohol misuse to individuals, families and the community. The Alcohol and Other Drug Research Grant Opportunity forms part of this program.
    The Australian Government is seeking applications for grant funding to support the delivery of novel, high-quality research on alcohol and other drug use. Funding is intended to support the core operations of the institutions carrying out research programs.
    Total funding of up to $23.57 million (GST exclusive) is available over the period May 2017 to June 2020. Grants are expected to range from $1 million to several million dollars. Funding will generally be provided over multiple years to accommodate more enduring research programs.
    Legislative Authority: The legislative authority for grants under this Program is provided by Item 179 in Part 4 of Schedule 1AB of the Financial Framework (Supplementary Powers) Regulations 1997.
    The Item was registered on 14 November 2016 and is subject to a disallowance period that expires on 20 March 2017. In the event that the legislative authority is disallowed, no funding agreements can be offered.
    Project Officer Details: Grant Design Team, Ph: (02) 6289-5600. E-mail: Grant.ATM@health.gov.au
    Closing date 2:00 pm AEDT on Tuesday, 21 February 2017.
    Documents available from Internet Site http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/H1617G023

Grant Program: National Palliative Care Projects
Organisation:
Department of Health
State/Region:
Australia
2183
views since 22/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-751818
    Notice Type: Registration of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 15/02/2017

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. PUBLIC HEALTH AND CHRONIC DISEASE GRANT PROGRAM - NATIONAL PALLIATIVE CARE PROJECTS 2017 - 2020.
    Reference Number ATM H1617G024
    Description: The Public Health and Chronic Disease Grant Program provides a flexible funding pool to fund projects aimed at reducing the incidence of chronic disease, to support the early detection and prevention of cancer through screening, and to provide funding for chronic disease management, support and palliative care services. The National Palliative Care Projects form part of this program.
    The Australian Government is seeking applications from eligible entities for grant funding activities to support activities under the National Palliative Care Projects (NPCP). The aim of the NPCP are to develop and deliver national palliative care projects that encompass one or more of the following:· Education and training;
    · Quality improvement;
    · Advance care planning;
    · Palliative care data and planning;
    · Information exchange;
    · Community awareness;
    · Research;
    · Best practice service delivery; and
    · Advocacy
    Total funding of up to $45.4 million (GST exclusive) is available over the period July 2017 to June 2020. Funding will generally be provided over multiple years to accommodate more enduring projects.
    Legislative Authority: The legislative authority for palliative care grant funding is provided by item 183 in Part 4 of Schedule 1AB of the Financial Framework (Supplementary Powers) Regulations 1997.
    The Item was registered on 14 November 2016 and is subject to a disallowance period that expires on 20 March 2017. In the event that the legislative authority is disallowed, no funding agreements can be offered.
    Project Officer Details: Grant Design Team. Ph: (02) 6289-5600. E-mail: Grant.ATM@health.gov.au
    Closing date 2.00 pm AEDT on Wednesday 15 February 2017.
    Documents available from Internet Site:
    http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/H1617G024

Learn How to be a Bid Response Hero
Organisation:
Tendering For Success
State/Region:
New South Wales
10098
views since 31/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754645
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New South Wales
    Closing Date: 14/02/2017

    OUR FUNDAMENTALS WORKSHOP [HALF-DAY SEMINAR].
    Designed for bid response practitioners with little or no experience, our half-day seminar will get you started, using real life examples which teach you to think about your response process in three sequential stages, examining each in detail.
    DATE: 23rd February 2017
    TIME: 9.00 am-12.30 pm
    PRICE: $405 + GST subscriber rate
    VENUE: Cliftons, 13/60 Margaret Street, Sydney
    www.tenderingforsuccess.com

    OUR MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP [FULL-DAY SEMINAR].
    If you have experience, but aren't getting the results you expect and realise your process needs to be more effective, efficient and sustainable, our full-day seminar will re-frame your existing knowledge using a unique three pillar framework.
    DATE: 28th February 2017
    TIME: 9.00 am-4.30 pm
    PRICE: $785 + GST subscriber rate
    VENUE: Cliftons, 13/60 Margaret Street, Sydney
    FIND OUT MORE AND SECURE YOUR PLACE NOW ...
    www.tenderingforsuccess.com

Service Provider Information Session and an Introduction to Tender Response Writing
Organisation:
Western NSW PHN
State/Region:
New South Wales
1315
views since 09/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    WSTPHN-752298
    Notice Type: Notice of Information
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New South Wales
    Closing Date: 11/02/2017

    Western NSW PHN is hosting a Service Provider Information Session and also a Introduction to Tender Response Writing. All current and future Service Providers are invited to attend either in person or via Webinar.
    Subjects that will be covered in the Information Session include an Update on the Needs Assessment, our role as a Commissioning Organisation and upcoming Tenders.
    We will also be offering the opportunity to attend an Introduction to Tender Response Writing.
    Date: 28th February 2017
    Location in Dubbo to be advised or participants may attend via webinar.
    Please complete the Registration form and return to ensure your place.

La Trobe University RFP SP16013 Change of Auspice - The Bouverie Centre
Organisation:
La Trobe University
State/Region:
Victoria
2649
views since 05/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    LATROB-749702
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Victoria
    Closing Date: 06/02/2017

    La Trobe University is seeking responses to RFP SP16013 "Change of Auspice - The Bouverie Centre". Please download (see option below) and review the RFP documents for details.
    To download the RFP documents and respond to the RFP you must be registered on the La Trobe University TenderLink portal: (see option below).
    Any queries or clarification requests must be directed via email to tenders@latrobe.edu.au with the subject line "RFP SP 16013"
    Please note.
    An industry briefing for RFP respondents will be held on 16 December 2016. Please refer to the RFP Part B specification document for further details.

South Initiatives Evaluation
Organisation:
Dept of Health & Human Services
State/Region:
Victoria
666
views since 21/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-751693
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Victoria
    Closing Date: 02/02/2017

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES (DHHS). SOUTH INITIATIVES EVALUATION. TENDER. Number: C5501.
    Contacts: Jed Fraser, Type: Technical, phone: (03) 9096-2716, email: jed.fraser@dhhs.vic.gov.au
    Description: The department is seeking suitably qualified and experienced parties to undertake the South Initiative Evaluation. The South Initiative is a coordinated and contained test of new and innovative service responses for children and young people in out of home care. The South Initiative has two objectives:· To enable government and non-government stakeholders to work together to design, test and refine approaches to out-of-home care that integrate and embed out-of-home care prevention, diversion and transition responses within the broader service system.
    · To examine if this approach to an enhanced home-based care system, coupled with a suite of contemporary treatment responses and flexible, individualised prevention, diversion and transition services can reduce the need for traditional residential care services and improve the experience and outcomes for clients.
    The Initiative comprises nine activities underpinned by a range of measures intended to support effective implementation.
    The South Initiative will be implemented through an action learning approach involving co-design, testing and refinement of services within a defined geographic location. This will provide evidence to inform the future state wide roll out of out of home care reform.
    Closes on Thursday 2nd February 2017 at 2:00pm AEDT, Melbourne, Victoria.
    Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.tenders.vic.gov.au/tenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?id=8352&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3F%24%7Brequest.queryString%7D

Health Research Programme
Organisation:
Health Research Council
State/Region:
New Zealand
512
views since 19/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-753395
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New Zealand
    Closing Date: 02/02/2017

    HEALTH RESEARCH COUNCIL. E-ASIA JOINT RESEARCH PROGRAMME.
    The e-Asia Joint Research Programme (JRP) and the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC) will be seeking applications for funding through the e-Asia JRP. The call is open and the relevant documentation is available on the following website: www.the-easia.org/jrp/index.html
    The e-Asia JRP initiates and supports multilateral joint research programmes in the East Asian region. It aims to develop a vibrant and collaborative research community in science and technology; promote innovation in the East Asian region; and contribute to the region's economic development. New Zealand, via the HRC, is a member of the programme. Other members of the e-Asia JRP participating in this opportunity include: Cambodia, Japan, Philippines, Russia, United States of America, and Vietnam.
    This call asks for proposals focusing on one of two health research areas: infectious diseases or cancer research. To be eligible, New Zealand researchers must be involved in a collaboration and involve the participation of at least two other participating e-Asia members.
    The HRC has $450,000 over three years available for allocation to one research project.
    It is acceptable for the proposed research to be an 'add on' to an existing collaborative activity or a new research project.
    Applicants should read the application guidelines before preparing an application, including the specific requirements of funding agencies in partner countries. This is a one-stage process. Applicants must use the application form prepared by the e-Asia Secretariat, however, New Zealand applicants must also submit this form and brief application information via HRC Gateway.
    Applicants should note that full applications will be assessed independently by the HRC and by the agencies in the international collaborators countries.
    If you have any questions about this initiative, please contact:
    Fiona Kenning, Project Manager, email: fkenning@hrc.govt.nz

Solutions To Reduce the Incidence and Severity of Wound Infections
Organisation:
Accident Compensation Corporation
State/Region:
New Zealand
673
views since 05/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-749909
    Notice Type: Request for Information
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New Zealand
    Closing Date: 01/02/2017

    ACCIDENT COMPENSATION CORPORATION - SOLUTIONS TO REDUCE THE INCIDENCE AND SEVERITY OF WOUND INFECTIONS.
    RFx ID: 18203669.
    Close Date : Wednesday, 1 February 2017 5:00 PM.
    Tender Type : Request for Information (Market research) (RFI).
    Overview: The Accident Compensation Act 2001 has, as its overriding goal, to minimise both the overall incidence of injury in the community, and the impact of injury on the community (including economic, social, and personal costs). Claims for treatment injury can only be accepted according to the legislation. The two key provisions are that there must be a physical injury, and this has to be causally related to treatment delivered by one or more registered health professional. However, if the injury is a necessary part or ordinary consequence of the treatment it cannot be accepted as a treatment injury claim.
    Preventing or reducing treatment injury is an important goal for ACC and will be achieved through helping the health sector improve the safety of healthcare. The main prevention principle is that potential harm can be identified and mitigated so risk can be reduced to others in the future. It is largely clinicians, their managers and clinical trainers who are best placed to identify and mitigate risk.
    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please refer to the GETS Internet Site below (free to register) for all contact information and/or documentation relating to this tender notice:
    https://www.gets.govt.nz/ACC/ExternalTenderDetails.htm?id=18203669

Expression of Interest After Hours Interactive Procurement Facilitation
Organisation:
Northern Queensland PHN
State/Region:
Queensland
1451
views since 18/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NORTH-753197
    Notice Type: Expression of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Queensland
    Closing Date: 30/01/2017

    ABOUT NQPHN:
    Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is an independent not-for-profit primary health organisation, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health, tasked with coordinating primary health care services for the Mackay, Townsville, Cairns, Cape York Peninsula and Torres Strait regions.
    NQPHN will coordinate primary and preventive healthcare that is, the healthcare that takes place outside of a hospital, such as GPs, allied health, chronic disease management, aged care, mental health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Primary health care is recognised as the most effective way to keep communities and individuals healthy and well.
    ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY:
    Northern Queensland PHN (NQPHN) is funded to support improved access to after hours primary health care services, and increased effectiveness and efficiency of after hours services, particularly to address gaps in after hours service arrangements and improve service integration within our region.
    The aim of interactive procurement funding is to address identified gaps in health services that have been distilled from evidence gathered through consultation and data across the NQPHN region.
    Interactive Procurement activities in the annual plan include:
    After Hours Pharmacy- Cairns, Townsville and Mackay. Total Value ~$600K;
    After Hours Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACF)- Atherton Tablelands- Total Value ~$200K;
    After Hours Palliative Care- Cairns, Townsville and Mackay. Total Value ~$300K;
    REGISTRATION: Documents must be obtained after registration on the e-Procurement which is free.
    ENQUIRIES:
    After the EOI is open to the public, enquiries are only to be submitted in writing via www.tenderlink.com/nqphn online forum.
    Applicants seeking guidance on the eligibility of their project are encouraged to submit an enquiry via Tenderlink. NQPHN recognises that this information may be commercial in confidence and will not publish responses to these enquiries unless the response has broad applicability.
    If NQPHN receives a query that it deems will affect the applications of all Applicants, this advice will be posted on our e-Procurement portal www.tenderlink.com/nqphn and notification provided via the mailing list. All Applicants are encouraged to subscribe to our notification email list via www.tenderlink.com/nqphn.
    SUBMISSIONS: Completed responses can be submitted via the electronic tender box using the attached returnable forms. Respondents will receive a Successful Submission Receipt timed and dated upon completion. Should assistance be required please use the online manual on the portal under Support/Online Manuals/Making a Submission or contact Tenderlink Customer Support on 1800 233 533 or support@tenderlink.com
    CLOSING DATE AND TIME: Request for Proposal closes at 2pm on Monday 30 January and submissions must be fully received by this time.

Patient Survey Program
Organisation:
HealthShare
State/Region:
New South Wales
827
views since 08/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-750247
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New South Wales
    Closing Date: 16/01/2017

    HEALTHSHARE. NSW PATIENT SURVEY PROGRAM. RFT ID BHI_160001.
    Close Date & Time: 16 January 2017 at 2:00pm.
    Description: The NSW Patient Survey Program includes the provision of services for the collection of patient experience data, principally the preparation of survey materials, packaging and posting of materials, data entry and processing, and provision of a high quality data set to BHI.
    Contact Person: Jarrad Stewart-Nikolic. Phone Number: (02) 8848-5151.
    Email Address: jarrad.stewartnikolic@health.nsw.gov.au
    Documents available from Internet Site: https://tenders.nsw.gov.au/health/?event=public.rft.show&RFTUUID=63C5CE16-C4D8-A758-0E8ED13902CD1B01

Research Services for Human Rights Protection Frameworks
Organisation:
Corporate Administration Agency
State/Region:
Queensland
585
views since 10/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-752322
    Notice Type: Expression of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Queensland
    Closing Date: 13/01/2017

    CORPORATE ADMINISTRATION AGENCY. EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION FRAMEWORKS FOR PEOPLE BEING TREATED INVOLUNTARILY FOR MENTAL ILLNESS. EXPRESSION OF INTEREST. Number: EoIQMHC0342017.
    Tender Overview: IMPORTANT INFORMATION - Please note, the original QTenders EoI Advertisement (ONLY) was withdrawn due to technical issues with electronic upload of supplier responses. This is a new QTenders Advertisement reference # EoIQMHC034201 which has been created to allow electronic upload of responses.
    Respondents are required to upload EoI responses to the this QTenders reference.
    Please note, there are NIL other changes to the EoI process.
    Should you have any concerns or issues, please refer to the contact person details.
    The Queensland Mental Health Commission has issued this Expression of Interest to engage a consultant to conduct research to identify the effectiveness of human rights protection in Queensland for Consumers with a mental illness receiving involuntary treatment in both hospital or community settings.
    The information you enter below is displayed in 'Section 1 - Tender Overview' of the tender page.
    Closing date - The closing date for this EoI is strictly - 2:00pm AEST on 13 January 2017.
    Submission - Responses are to be submitted electronically via QTenders on or prior to the closing time detailed above.
    Contacts: Natalie Christie, Type: Technical, phone: (07) 3840-7193, email: natalie.christie@caa.qld.gov.au
    Closes on Friday 13 January 2017 at 2:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
    Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=8E86AC35F847EE9F44DB6C58EB91E9BD&id=20009&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3FCSRFNONCE%3D4591E7D387F8B43C5D13CAAFB9948FAC%26amp%3Baction%3Dadvanced-tender-search-open-tender%26amp%3BchangeLevel%3D%26amp%3Binputlist%3DhasETB%26amp%3BorderBy%3DreleaseDate%26amp%3BwithdrawalReason%3D%26amp%3BexpiredReason%3D%26amp%3BtenderState%3D%26amp%3BtenderId%3D%26amp%3Bpage%3D1

Investigating the Impact of Green Space on Early Childhood Development
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia
State/Region:
New South Wales
1355
views since 09/11/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-746144
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New South Wales
    Closing Date: 20/12/2016

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF GREEN SPACE ON EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (GC16001).
    Hort Innovation is seeking a suitably qualified, experienced and capable service provider for the project GC16001 - investigating the impact of green space on early childhood development.
    The objectives of the services being sought are to help Hort Innovation to:· Objective 1: to create new market opportunities for stakeholders in Australia's non-food sector
    · Objective 2: to increase community understanding on the benefits of green space in an early childcare setting
    · Logic and RD&E investment plan.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    The RFP is available from tenders.net
    (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access this).
    The closing date for responses is 5:00pm (AEDT) 20 December 2016.
    Details available from Internet Site: http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/

Dementia & Aged Care Services Research & Innovation Funding Round
Organisation:
Dept of Health
State/Region:
Australia
1127
views since 08/11/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-746010
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 20/12/2016

    DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. Reference Number ATM H1617G016.
    Title: DEMENTIA AND AGED CARE SERVICES RESEARCH AND INNOVATION FUNDING ROUND.
    Description: The Dementia and Aged Care Services (DACS) Fund is an Australian Government initiative to strengthen the capacity of the aged care sector to deliver quality care and services. DACS is designed to better support activities that respond to existing and emerging challenges including:· dementia care
    · services targeting LGBTI and CALD people, and
    · special measures for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
    You can find out more about DACS in the programme guidelines.
    The 2016 DACS Research and Innovation funding round is an open, competitive funding round under the DACS Fund to provide funding up until 30 June 2019 to support innovative projects in six priority areas:
    · support for existing and emerging challenges in dementia
    · better support for services targeting people from diverse backgrounds
    · developments that support innovation in aged care
    · support for activities focussing on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
    · capital support for activities focussing on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and
    · seed funding for adaptive technology projects to enable consumers to stay in their own home.
    All documentation relating to the DACS Research and Innovation Funding Round can be found by completing the below registration process.
    Any questions about this funding round should be emailed to: Aged Care Grant.
    Applicants who cannot access email can call the Approach to Market phone line on: (02) 6289-5600.
    Project Officer Details Name: Health State Network.
    Phone: (02) 6289-5600. Email: aged_care_grant@health.gov.au
    Closing date 5:00pm AEDT on 20 December 2016.
    Documents available from Internet Site: http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/H1617G016

NP06 - Wide Bay Settings Flexible Funding
Organisation:
Central Queensland Wide Bay Sunshine Coast PHN
State/Region:
Queensland
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    OURPHN-742616
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Queensland
    Closing Date: 15/12/2016

    Request for Proposal.
    Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN (the PHN) is a commissioning organisation and is inviting Proposals for projects based on a "settings approach" in the Wide Bay area.
    The PHN is one of 31 Commonwealth funded PHNs nationwide. It is a not for profit organisation which coordinates primary and preventative health care for a region of 161,000km2, with a population of 823,985 people; stretching from Glasshouse Mountains in the south, to north of Yeppoon and west of Emerald.
    This funding opportunity of up to $20,000, for settings approach projects, stems from the need to address the high rates of chronic disease, which have consistently been identified through needs assessments. Chronic disease is a fundamental cause of current health inequalities throughout the Wide Bay area.
    The settings approach is part of a multi-strategy plan to reduce health inequalities, due to chronic disease, within the area. The funding is to begin the process of ensuring key settings throughout the area are not only reducing the risk of unhealthy outcomes, but also enabling people who come into contact with that setting, to increase control over their well-being.
    As a capacity building exercise; all applicants are encouraged to contact the PHN's Wide Bay project team, to discuss potential projects, prior to commencement of the application.
    Eligibility:
    Organisations based and/or operating in the Wide Bay area that deliver activities for any of the key groups, are eligible to submit a Proposal.
    Applications:
    Applications will only be accepted through this portal (see option below). A separate submission needs to be completed for each Proposal.
    Who should complete the application:
    Organisations are encouraged to partner with other organisations when submitting an application. In this instance the 'lead' organisation should submit the application, and reflect partnership arrangements.
    Response requirements:
    A list of requirements can be found here. Responses can be saved as you go. You can enter and exit the response as many times as you wish. Responses can be edited at any time prior to completion and submission.
    Confidentiality:
    All information contained in responses will be treated as confidential.
    To access PHN publications click here: www.ourphn.org.au/our-publications

Registered Suppliers List for Maori &/or Pacific Research / Evaluation
Organisation:
Health Promotion Agency
State/Region:
New Zealand
575
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-744831
    Notice Type: Registration of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New Zealand
    Closing Date: 14/12/2016

    HEALTH PROMOTION AGENCY. REGISTERED SUPPLIERS LIST FOR MAORI AND/OR PACIFIC RESEARCH / EVALUATION.
    RFx ID: 18077342. Reference Number: RSC0201/16-17/01.
    Close Date: Wednesday, 14 December 2016 12:00pm.
    Registration of Interest (ROI).
    Overview: The Health Promotion Agency (HPA) is looking for credible suppliers who have the capability and experience to deliver Maori and/or Pacific research/evaluation services, to be considered for HPA's Registered Suppliers List for Maori and/or Pacific Research/Evaluation.
    HPA require expertise, experience, qualifications and specialist skills in the following areas: a good track record in the management and implementation of health-related research/evaluation programmes, demonstrated cultural expertise, and established cultural and professional relationships within relevant communities.
    HPA is encouraging collaborative or joint responses where suppliers feel that a combination of skills and experience would better achieve our objectives and requirements.
    To access the ROI and response form and be updated with any questions and answers to this ROI, please login as a supplier and subscribe to this opportunity.
    Please note that questions and responses should be submitted via email.
    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please refer to the GETS Internet Site below (free to register) for all contact information and/or documentation relating to this tender notice: https://www.gets.govt.nz/HPA/ExternalTenderDetails.htm?id=18077342

Adult Deterioration Detection System
Organisation:
Queensland Health Patient Safety Unit
State/Region:
Queensland
528
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-748430
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Queensland
    Closing Date: 09/12/2016

    QUEENSLAND HEALTH PATIENT SAFETY UNIT. QUEENSLAND ADULT DETERIORATION DETECTION SYSTEM (Q-ADDS). INVITATION TO OFFER.
    Number: RFO010653.
    Tender Overview: Offers are invited by Queensland Health in this Request for Offer numbered QCHO/010653 to conduct research to validate the Queensland Adult Deterioration Detection System (Q-ADDS), and identify and address socio-cultural factors influencing compliance with existing hospital care escalation systems.
    Depending on requirements these goods / services specifically include:· The validation and socio-cultural research will encompass tertiary, secondary, rural and/or remote public facilities to ensure a comprehensive analysis. This will allow the research to adequately reflect the diversity of Queensland's public sector health services.
    · Only facilities where the paper based Q-ADDS documents are used are included in the research.
    · Sites where electronic data is available could be used but only to determine the normative range of observations for hospitalised adult patients to support the validation of observation parameters
    · Adult records only are included in this research
    It does not include:
    · private hospitals
    · paediatric records
    · sites where electronic observation data is recorded
    Contacts: Elaine Lacey, Type: Contractual, fax: (07) 3328-9113, email: elaine.lacey@health.qld.gov.au
    Closes on Friday 9th December 2016 at 5:00pm, Brisbane, Queensland.
    Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=3CA08E01157A3D8F73A7552E1067D392&id=19711&action=display-tender-details&returnUrl=%2Ftender%2Fsearch%2Ftender-search.do%3FCSRFNONCE%3D4DA594B69F20D9E4EC1D7053D049842E%26amp%3Baction%3Dadvanced-tender-search-open-tender%26amp%3BchangeLevel%3D%26amp%3Binputlist%3DhasETB%26amp%3BorderBy%3DreleaseDate%26amp%3BwithdrawalReason%3D%26amp%3BexpiredReason%3D%26amp%3BtenderState%3D%26amp%3BtenderId%3D%26amp%3Bpage%3D4

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