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AusHSI Implementation Grant recipients announced

AusHSI is pleased to announce the recipients of the AusHSI Implementation Grant Round

AusHSI received 77 applications in our recent funding round for Implementation Grants.  25 applications were shortlisted for further review by the Scientific Review Committee.  6 applicants were interviewed and we are pleased to announce that we have funded 3 projects.

The funded projects are:

Chief investigator: Trudy Dwyer

Collaborating organisations: Central Queensland University, PresCare

Project: Early detection of deterioration in elderly residence (EDDIE): Implementing a hospital avoidance initiative

Chief investigator: Ann Bonner

Collaborating Organisations: Queensland University of Technology, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Metro North Hospital and Health Service

Project: Evaluating the implementation of a Kidney Supportive Care Program into a Hospital and Health Service

Chief Investigator: Maree Raymer

Collaborating Organisations: Griffith University, Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service, Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service, West Morton Hospital and Health Service

Project: Implementing economic modelling to improve service planning in specialist orthopaedic and neurosurgical outpatient services.

 

Congratulations to the recipients, we look forward to working with you.

 


 

Information about funding

AusHSI will deliver funding in these ways:

Implementation Grants

This funding scheme replaces the previous Stimulus Grant scheme. Implementation Grants of up to $150,000 are available to Queensland-based health services groups. Projects will be 12 months in duration. These grants will be to support groups to conduct health services research involving implementation and evaluation in a “real world” health service setting.  The focus should be on providing evidence for health service changes that are both effective and sustainable. 

A successful application for an Implementation grant will have these attributes:

  • A strong evidence-base for the innovation, with existing pilot data to support the impact/value and feasibility of its wider adoption
  • The innovation is supported by the leadership of the relevant health service/s
  • The team is committed to learning implementation science and building a strategy for implementation and evaluation
  • There is partnership between health professionals, academics, and decision makers

 

Postgraduate Scholarships

We will not be offering Postgraduate Scholarships in the 2015 funding round. This may be revised for 2016.

 

Partnership Grants

We will not be offering Partnership Grants in the 2015 funding round. This may be revised for 2016.

 

Funding Policies

Implementation Grant Funding Policy V1 - 23 November 2015

 

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