Since its founding ten years ago AusHSI has embodied QUT’s Real World principles, notably the value of partnership to effect change in Australian health services. AusHSI’s research has partnered on numerous projects with practical benefits for clinicians, hospitals, aged care, and health consumers.
Since its founding, AusHSI has built the capacity of health service organisations to evolve and improve by leading significant education initiatives informed by latest research.
Today marks the ten-year anniversary of the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI). It is time to celebrate the difference their research has made in Australia.
Researchers from the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) have worked with partners to establish a new $1.5million multidisciplinary research project through the Digital Health CRC (DHCRC).
AusHSI Research Fellow, Dr Nicole White, is one of seven QUT researchers to be awarded Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowships in a round of research funding focused on COVID-19.
By Victoria McCreanor, AusHSI and Capital Markets CRC PhD Candidate, and AusHSI Research Associate. "This summer I was fortunate enough to be selected to undertake a six-week summer research project with the Deeble Institute."
On 23rd August 2017 AusHSI is launching the white paper Taking Healthcare Home: Overview of findings and recommendations. The paper outlines the key success factors that determine and impede the quality use of healthcare in the home services.
Robin Blythe discusses hospital decision-makers and clinical ambiguity related to his recent research published on F1000Research. In this blog he covers the cost savings and health benefits of implementing a care bundle for sepsis patients.
By Roman Kislov, Research Fellow, Health Services Research Centre, Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester and Nick Graves, Academic Director, Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI).
By Danette Langbecker, NHMRC Research Fellow, Centre for Online Health, The University of Queensland. "Last week I had the pleasure of attending AusHSI’s three day Knowledge Translation workshop."