INSPIRE magazine

Calling contributors!

Have you got an interesting research story or discovery you’d like to share with the health and medical research sector?
Would you like to profile how a donation or funding has made a difference to your research?

What we need:

  • Article abstract – 100 words maximum to be submitted on or before the abstract deadline
  • Full article 700 – 800 words maximum to be submitted on or before the article deadline and includes the following:-In MS Word format
    -Article must be proof read before submission to Research Australia
    -engaging headline
    -subheading (55 words maximum)
    -information about the author (lead/co/collaborator). Please provide this information at the end of your article
    -URLs to link to further information
    -1 high resolution, 300 dpi large format image that represents your story (Please indicate your approval for the image to be used on other mediums.)
    -Image caption: who, where etc.

To contribute to INSPIRE Magazine, your organisation must be a registered Research Australia Member.

We reserve the right to request edits to meet the requirements of Research Australia’s INSPIRE publication.

Submit your full article in MS Word format and email with images to admin@researchaustralia.org.  If you don’t have images we are able to source them for you to suit the content of your article.  We can also receive extremely high resolution images via Dropbox or We transfer.

Publishing Deadlines

INSPIRE magazine is a quarterly digital publication, see below the article submission deadlines for each issue for 2022. While articles consistent with each theme are preferred, articles on other topics may be accepted.

ISSUE               Abstracts Due Article & Advertising Due  Publishing Month   
 Issue 23 4 February 25 February March
Theme: Investment and philanthropy in Health and Medical Research
Issue 24 1 April 22 April May
Theme: Health and Medical Research in rural, regional and remote Australia
Issue 25 1 July 22 July August
Theme: International collaboration for global impact
Issue 26 30 September 21 October November
Theme: Clinician researchers and the healthcare system