QUT has received a $1,145,483 grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to trial new care strategies that reduce postoperative risks to patients from loss of body heat during surgery.
A police campaign targeting e-Scooter offenders being launched this week could help set new trends in both hospital emergency department presentations and e-mobility uptake, according to the Jamieson Trauma Institute's e-Scooter Project team.
AusHSI researchers have identified a way of more quickly determining the risk of a heart attack for Indigenous patients, which could fast-track their treatment and ease hospital overcrowding.
Two leading Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) academics, Professor Anne Chang AM and Professor Adrian Barnett, announced as members of the new Principal Committees of the NHMRC.
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.
Professor Anne Chang AM is a leading clinician researcher with international recognition in cough, bronchiectasis and evidence-based medicine related to paediatric respiratory medicine
Dr Susanna Cramb, an epidemiologist and biostatistician, and leads a team of researchers called HERO: Health Equity Research with Outcomes that uses statistics to identify and understand health inequities so they can be addressed.