The Future of Trauma Data

Produced and directed by QUT’s Sorin Oancea and Joe Carter, The Future of Trauma Data is a vision for 2032. This video is the culmination of six months of intense collaboration between the Jamieson Trauma Institute data analytics team led by Professor Kirsten Vallmuur, and the QUT Creative Industries film and animation teams led by Joe Carter and Sorin Oancea. Whilst what is depicted in the video may seem futuristic due to the outstanding animations the team has produced, all of the digital solutions and uses of data are based on very real opportunities available now.

Celebrating Ten Years of AusHSI

Partnering to improve health services delivery

Over the last decade, AusHSI has been at the forefront of the fast-growing field of health services research and has had significant impact on improving the way all Australian health services deliver care, partnering to deliver over 150 innovative research projects. Hear from valued health services partners, as well as current and former AusHSI leaders, about how far AusHSI has come and what the future holds.

Adjunct Professor Alison Verhoeven, Chief Executive of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, AHHA

Title: Bringing Canberra On Your Research Journey: How To Engage Politicians And Senior Bureaucrats With Your Research

In this seminar, Adjunct Professor Alison Verhoeven takes us inside the Canberra bubble. As an expert in health advocacy, Alison provides valuable insights on the workings of government and shares advice on how health service researchers can best engage with the right people at the right time for maximum impact.

Associate Professor Emily Callander, Monash University

Title: Equity and allocation of resources in maternity and early child healthcare – what administrative data can tell us

In this seminar, Associate Professor Emily Callander demonstrates the value of combining administrative datasets for understanding complex patterns in health service use over time. A health economist and NHMRC Career Development Fellow, Emily shares initial findings on her research into the costs of accessing maternal care services in Australia.

Dr John Wakefield, PSM, Director-General, Queensland Health

Title: Implementation science provides the foundation for successful translation of evidence into practice.

In this video, Dr John Wakefield offers his unique perspective as a clinician driving reform across the health system. John describes his role in fostering an environment that brings together clinicians and researchers to solve today’s challenges affecting sustainable healthcare delivery.

Adjunct Professor Alison Mudge, Physician, Internal Medicine and Aged Care, Health and Medical Research Fellow, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Title: People and health systems are complicated.

In this video, Adjunct Prof. Alison Mudge shares her insights on the value of structured implementation processes when navigating change in complex systems and the importance of engaging consumers with health services research from the outset.

Dr Ian Graham, Professor, School of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Ottawa

Title: Implementation science is the science of knowledge translation.

In this video, Dr Ian Graham highlights the importance of bringing together diverse perspectives to bridge the gap between health services research and the needs of knowledge end-users.

Dr Rasha Al-Lamee MBBS MA PhD MRCP, Interventional Cardiology Consultant, Imperial College London

Title: Breaking bad news: Lessons learnt from ORBITA

Dr Al-Lamee visited QUT for two weeks in mid-August 2019. On Wednesday 24th August she delivered a lecture on the lessons from the findings of the ORBITA trial. Dr Al-Lamee’s visit was supported by the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation Visiting Researcher Scheme.