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  • 25 Jun
    @AusHSI
    @IndigenousX Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu Black Seeds. Opened my eyes to the tragic white washing of our history. https://t.co/d3bs9mCJsm
  • 25 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @ancientchildren: How to communicate your research publication. 1st do a lay summary @rsnzecr @royalsocietynz @smcnz @otago https://t.co
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  • 25 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @AcademyHealth: We are only 2 days away from the #ARM16, the #HSR meeting of the year. Safe travels to Boston everyone! https://t.co/9Zz
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  • 25 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @LJDamschroder: Deliberative democracy methods to engage patients in helping design healthcare - imagine what the system would be... htt…
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  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @qut_ihbi: An insightful presentation at @qut_ihbi from Prof Fiona Wood AM: making today's gold standard tomorrow's baseline. https://t.…
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  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    @DrEmmaLJohnston @WomenSciAUST @ItaButtrose local state school. 800 kids >50 teachers. Only 3 men: principal, dep principal, PE teacher ?
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @felly500: The problem with root cause analysis this is an awesome series from @BMJ_Qual_Saf HT @fp_farhad @MaryDixonWoods https://t…
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  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    @mardidiane maybe that's what the 25% of mums in regional QLD who smoke throughout pregnancy are hoping for ? (still can't believe that fig)
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @childhealthqld: VIP work of @SIDSandKids @RedNoseDayOz is close to our hearts especially in the #LCCH Babies Ward today #RedNoseDay htt…
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  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Wood: why is it cool for kids to try their best at sport, but they get teased or denigrated for excelling at Maths or science?
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Wood: criticism without engagement is a black hole. It is rife in health, in academia.
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Wood: knew she'd be a surgeon from day one of Medical degree as she was overwhelmed by the beauty of anatomy.
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Wood: we can all make a difference to our whole community through better decisions about drugs and alcohol.
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Wood: Each and every one of us can affect the health budget by being health literate, as simple as doing a first aid course.
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Wood: our health system is a runaway train, we can't afford it, we can't afford all the tech. We need #prevention and #education
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Prof Fiona Wood, speaking about wellness, career, and what is important to her in life. #QUT #Wellness https://t.co/2iIP4UEQz6
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @SciGenderEquity: #GenderEquity needs to be approached like a scientific problem as in #SAGEPilot. Define. Analyse. Review. Commit to so…
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  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    RT @Jenny_STEM: Now we need to be held accountable when there are no women. Unis need to be the drivers of social change. Dr Alan Finkel.…
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  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    @DrMel_T pretty funky nanna heels though. Would be good at my standing desk.
  • 24 Jun
    @AusHSI
    Drug companies are buying doctors – for as little as a $16 meal https://t.co/a9BatQFxqy @raymoynihan

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Since 2012, AusHSI has funded 53 research projects from Queensland based health professionals and academics, including 28 Stimulus Grants, 3 Implementation Grants and 22 PhD scholarships. We've awarded over $2,200,000 in funding to innovative health services researchers. 

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