AusHSI PhD students attended the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre's Curiosity Camp at Lake Crackenback in NSW, which brought together emerging leaders, consumers, innovators and researchers to address real-world healthcare problems.
Held at the University of Wollongong, the 2023 Australian Statistical Conference theme was 'Statisticians in society', acknowledging the important contributions that statisticians make as technical experts and communicators in an increasingly data-dependent world.
Dr Hannah Carter has received a $637,040 NHMRC Investigator grant for the project: ‘Healthcare delivery at the end of life: economic methods to improve value for patients, carers and society’.
Over 200+ health system leaders gathered at the Value-Based Health Care Congress at QUT Gardens Point on 26-27 October to discuss the global Value-Based Health Care movement (VBHC), and what it means in the context of Australia.
Led by Diabetes Feet Australia, A/Prof. Pete Lazzarini has Co-Chaired the development of new Australian guidelines for the prevention and management of diabetes-related foot disease.
Led by A/Prof Julie Marchant, the MJA has unveiled new recommendations for treating chronic cough, including conducting a thorough investigation of a patient’s history of chronic cough and ordering chest x-rays.
QUT is celebrating the awarding of $7.7 million in ARC Discovery grants to fund 15 research projects. Researchers from AusHSI are among the recipients, with their project aimed at Addressing significant product safety knowledge gaps for older Australians receiving a grant of $533,965.
Dr Michelle Allen, AusHSI Research Fellow - Implementation Science, shares her perspective on the healthcare system and how shifting the status quo can deliver real improvements.
If you've ever questioned typical scientific practice and wondered how it could be improved, then join us at AIMOS 2023. We can guarantee you will learn a lot about the workings of science and how we can all improve it.
The AusHSI statistics team has developed two new Shiny applications to help researchers synthesise evidence for literature reviews and health economic modelling.