AusHSI is excited to release the final summary of key research projects from our long running Centre of Research Excellence grant.
The Centre of Research Excellence in Reducing Healthcare Associated Infections (CRE-RHAI) ran from 2012-2017, funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC; Grant 1030103).
Led by AusHSI’s Professor Nicholas Graves, the CRE-RHAI aimed to research the control and prevention of healthcare infections from an economic and health services perspective. The work of the CRE-RHAI can be broadly defined into three key research themes – health economics, health policy, and health system research. By bringing together researchers with interest across these themes, and applying their expertise to the study of healthcare infections, we were able to generate powerful and useful information to inform the development of health policy and practice. A plain language summary of our key research projects can be downloaded here