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AusHSI 2014 Best Paper Prize

AusHSI is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Best Health Services Research paper prize:

Dr Glenis Crane, University of Adelaide

Haitham Tuffaha, Griffith University

Click here for details on the winning papers

Information about funding

AusHSI will deliver funding in these ways:

Implementation Grants

The next phase for AusHSI is to support implementation of research outcomes to improve health services and routine practice across Queensland.
We will start this process by replacing our Stimulus Grant scheme with Implementation Grants of up to $150,000 to Queensland-based health services groups.

A successful Implementation project will have these attributes:
• An evidence-based innovation, with data to support its wider adoption
• The innovation addresses one of our  priority areas (these will be released closer to the round opening)
• The team is committed to learning implementation science and building a strategy
• It involves a partnership between health professionals, academics, and decision makers

Postgraduate Scholarships

These scholarships are for $10,000 per year, and are available for those students currently enrolled in a recognised PhD, Doctor of Health, or Masters by Research course at an Australian University that will improve health services.

Partnership Grants

These grants are a commitment from AusHSI to contribute as a partner to an appropriate NHMRC, ARC, DSITI or other partnership type application in a subsequent round. AusHSI will be a formal partner to your grant, and if it is awarded we will supply both cash and in-kind support for your health services research project. (Note: Partnership grants will not be offered in the 2015 round.)


Funding Policies

AusHSI's funding policies will be available closer to the opening of the 2015 grant round.


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