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’.
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.
The AusHSI Research Team had a strong presence at the 12th Health Services Research Conference. Delegates explored themes of resilience, innovation and value, and the role of HSR in embedding these principles into our health systems.
Brett Droder, Genevieve Westacott and Jesani Catchpoole have rare research-centric positions as Health Information Managers at JTI, using their health information knowledge and diverse expertise to work with trauma data.
Trauma PhD Student Perspectives: How linking health data collections can enhance our understanding of injury outcomes
AusHSI-JTI PhD students Jacelle Warren, Adam Rolley and Sam Borg are researching how to better use commonly collected health data to enhance the outcomes of injury.
The Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit (QISU) has developed an automated means of classifying injury data via machine learning to assist human coders in their manual coding and validation activities.
JTI are well known for our work in injuries related to consumer products like e-scooters, but what you may not know is that our team have been working the broad product safety space for over 10 years!
The AusHSI-JTI partnership harnesses the expertise of one of Australia’s leading health services research centres with Australia’s newest clinical-academic trauma institute to improve trauma service delivery.