The Melbourne Disability Institute offers support and research translation tools to help researchers think beyond traditional ways of producing and disseminating research to increase research integrity, uptake, and applicability.
Design and Data Visualisation
There is an increasing demand for research to be presented in a visually engaging way, in order to make information accessible and have a high impact. MDI can help you create an accessible, visual summary out of your research project.
Policy and Practice Advice
MDI can facilitate the interaction between research and implementation to help identify the aims, stakeholders, main messages, and strategies to best deliver policy and practice innovation and improvements for people with disability, their families and carers.
ONEINFIVE gives voice to people with disability and asks about their experiences with employment, housing, the law, supporting families and early intervention. A range of experts including people with disability, researchers and people working in the sector talk about what we can do to improve the lives of people with disability.
Disability Advisory Touch Point
Knowledge translation is emerging in the disability field as an important approach in ensuring that research agendas and results are led by, and communicated in partnership with those with most to gain – people with disabilities, their support networks, and practitioners.