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Collaborate Through Recreation and Research, Partner for Progress

Bringing researchers around the world for faster delivery of benefits from science and research.

About IRPC

 VISION

How the council can be of help in supporting the vision.

The evolvement of our mission statement has a conclusion of several brainstorming sessions within the research community, internationally.

Our vision has also been inspired through the factual findings of the United Nations Organization (UNO)

3 out of 4 people in the least developed countries today are dying before the age of 50

Health status between the Rich and the Poor becoming wider before half a century ago

Increased longevity without quality of life.

Political commitment

Growing interaction between the countries.
Instant communication

 IRPC-Main Objective

To fight relentlessly for the social and economic development of the emerging economies by promoting research and developmental (R&D) programs in science, medicine and other related areas.

Major thrust areas

  • To promote research activities in science and medicine
  • To implement R&D projects in the developing and under developed economies.

Our mission objectives are also supported mainly by the international fraternity decisions.

  • Priority should be given to promote Research and Developmental activities in science and healthcare to the problems related to the emerging economies.
  • Promote the fraternity of the emerging economies by supporting research through infrastructure provisions.
  • Rehearsal motivation to researchers and scientists of developed countries to reach beyond the.international boundaries in search of genuine problems of the people of the emerging economies, which constitutes the majority of world community.
  • To propagate the council's (IRPC) commitment to promote and encourage an international brotherhood through developing a sense of belonging, social responsibility, competitiveness and self motivation among the leading scientists of all countries to the needs of the emerging economies.
  • IRPC expects the scientists of the world to spend part of their research activities to manage the unresolved problems of the developing economies.

We expect the scientists from all around the globe to support the noble objectives of the council (IRPC) to bring healthcare reachable to international community of the needy

Chapter Highlights

  • Australian Chapter:- Dr Pam McGrath and her team, International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research (IPP-SHR), have worked closely with IRPC on a range of research projects.
  • Australian Chapter:- Hamish Holewa, IPP-SHR has contributed to the development of IRPC's journal, the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer, a HERDC recognised, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary cancer journal.
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Latest News

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    Managing a chronic illness is challenging under the best of circumstances, but add the stresses of college, and things can quickly spin out of control. This guide touches on a number of pertinent points, including how to balance studies with disease management. Read more
  • Quadrant - Project Management Software for Researchers
    Quadrant is proud to be a supporter and collaborator of the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer and International Research Promotion Council.
    Quadrant is a cloud-based project management and data collection software tool that allows participant-based researchers to work collaboratively and efficiently from a self-managed centralised site. Quadrant addresses the need for secure and ethical online research project management and data storage.
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  • New Room provides an interactive forum for all the scientists and researchers to convey important information and news.
  • IRPC Japan Chapter under the leadership of Prof. Takashi Nakano in collaboration with NPO Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Radiation Medicine has decided to donate Radiotherapy Machines to developing countries. The NPO has already donated a machine to Yemen.
    Brachytherpay machine project Yemen 11-25 January 2011.
  • IRPC is launching the new website with renewed contents and chapter details. The website will be continuously be updated with contributions from all chapters and associations.
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