Clinical trial to prevent and treat chronic wet cough in children
A clinical trial led by AusHSI's Prof Anne Chang AM to investigate the treatable traits of chronic wet cough in children that could lead to prevention of chronic lung disease has received $2.6 million from the Medical Research Future Fund Clinical Trials Activity grant.
Dr Zephanie Tyack selected as 2023 American Burns Association award recipient
Dr Zephanie Tyack has been selected as the 2023 Everett Idris Evans Memorial Lecture Award recipient by the American Burn Association (ABA) in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field.
NHMRC Partnership Project – NAVICARE, tackles access to mental health care for people in regional and remote areas
Three Bowen Basin communities are the focus of NAVICARE, a co-designed project to improve and expand access to mental health services in regional and remote areas under a $780,000 NHMRC Partnership Project.
MTPConnect announces Round 2 funding to accelerate transformative Australian diabetes and cardiovascular disease innovations
MTPConnect announces $6.7 million funding for nine diabetes and cardiovascular disease research projects through the Targeted Translation Research Accelerator (TTRA) program.
Nurse-led trial preventing hypothermia during surgery
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.
New tool tackles time and distance factors in emergency brain injury care
A new tool developed by researchers at AusHSI and JTI enables emergency care providers and planners to identify time and distance complexities when transporting traumatic brain injury patients from remote areas to specialised neurosurgical care and rehabilitation services.
Sumudu Hewage awarded QCVRN Scholarship
AusHSI PhD Scholar Sumudu Hewage has been awarded a prestigious Queensland Cardiovascular Research Network (QCVRN) scholarship.
Targeting e-Scooter offenders could reverse hospital trends
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.
Single test could rule out heart attack in Indigenous Australians
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.
Professors Anne Chang AM and Adrian Barnett join Principal Committees of the NHMRC
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.
Celebrating 10 Years of Partnering to Improve Health Services Delivery
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.
Redesigning decision making in NSW hospitals
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).