AusHSI has funded Joan Webster and Claire Rickard to investigate the cost effectiveness of clinically indicated peripheral intravenous catheter replacement.

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  • 2 Oct
    @AusHSI
    RT @IrfanDhalla: Variation and high-quality care can co-exist. Depends on strength of evidence, effect size, and patient preferences http:/…
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  • 2 Oct
    @AusHSI
    RT @JenniferDoggett: A savage critique of current anti-competitive practices in pharmacy from @TerryBarnes5 http://t.co/tAiv9FEGt4
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  • 2 Oct
    @AusHSI
    butterfly effect in health, know the whole system to change part of it. @SharonFrielOz @aidybarnett @Elizabeth201kbr http://t.co/EWLXUnh8gW
  • 2 Oct
    @AusHSI
    Life in a 'degrowth' economy, and why you might actually enjoy it http://t.co/JdZmv1hPBL
  • 2 Oct
    @AusHSI
    "Austerity kills" Social health spending matters. Cut needle exchange program, HIV infections go up. @SharonFrielOz http://t.co/4erBl6jnlL
  • 2 Oct
    @AusHSI
    Sharon Friel tells us to ask the right questions, or at least ask the question right. @SharonFrielOz http://t.co/poPzl2FjiH
  • 2 Oct
    @AusHSI
    At the Menzies Centre for Health Research, Health Policy Research conference, @Sydney_Uni
  • 1 Oct
    @AusHSI
    We'd love to hear if others have had experience with personal attacks over unpopular research results.
  • 1 Oct
    @AusHSI
    AusHSI's @aidybarnett: Dirty air, dodgy politics: why it's easier to attack science than listen to stats http://t.co/NwzHKyJhI7
  • 30 Sep
    @AusHSI
    Have you ever been attacked personally because someone didn't like your research results?
  • 30 Sep
    @AusHSI
    Dirty air, dodgy politics: why it's easier to attack science than listen to Morwell fire death stats http://t.co/NwzHKyJhI7
  • 30 Sep
    @AusHSI
    Healthcare must adapt to let Australians die well: report http://t.co/KJsL9YcAmT via @ABCNews
  • 29 Sep
    @AusHSI
    Monash med, nursing, allied and law students all have to complete 6 week assessed mindfulness course!
  • 29 Sep
    @AusHSI
    At a #mindfulness workshop by Prof Craig Hassad from Monash Uni.
  • 28 Sep
    @AusHSI
    'The most effective way to cope with change is to help create it. - L.W. Lynett
  • 28 Sep
    @AusHSI
    Made me chuckle. The choppers were stars at riverfire last night, BTW. @CareFlightQLD http://t.co/rDFx9LZWkF
  • 28 Sep
    @AusHSI
    We see the news stories: patient left in urine soaked bed for 2hrs, system broken. But we know it's not that simple: http://t.co/nBnNhvyHTd
  • 27 Sep
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    Vale Prof Tony McMichael. http://t.co/FqoEh4AwZt @croakeyblog
  • 27 Sep
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    Greetings from the beautiful Gardens Point campus of #QUT. http://t.co/CT4fqvUdlo
  • 27 Sep
    @AusHSI
    @doc_andy_w no effectiveness, or cost effectiveness taken into account. But in Aus it's the orthos that get them on the Approved list.

The Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) is building Health Services Research capacity by funding academics and health professionals to work together to deliver solutions to important health services challenges.


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Featured Researcher

AusHSI has funded Suriadi
Suriadi and Jochen de Weert
to evaluate improving emergency
department patient flows
through process-oriented
data mining.

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AusHSI THOUGHT LEADERS FORUM

Four big thinkers were given
12 minutes, and free reign over
Queensland's $12B annual
health budget, to maximise the
health benefits for the population.

RESEARCH FUNDED BY AusHSI

Since 2012, AusHSI has funded 24 research projects from Queensland based health professionals and academics, including 16 Stimulus Grants and 8 PhD scholarships. We've awarded almost $900,000 in funding to innovative health services researchers. We announced our latest grant recipients in November 2013. Our next funding round opens in May 2014.

 
 

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We aim to bring health services
professionals and researchers
together to build a strong
community for Health Services Research.