General 1 March 2019
On 14 February, DHCRC brought together its Queensland partners to discuss health issues identified to be of particular concern in the State.
With service, technology and research representatives from Queensland Health, eHealth Queensland, Helpa Yourtown, Metro North, Metro South, QUT and University of Queensland, the discussion centred around a range of exciting areas for local DHCRC project development, including:
The new year has seen the project pipeline fire up, with projects materialising in aged care, changing health trajectories, transparency of care, rehabilitation and intelligent decision support.
Professor Tim Shaw, Director of Research and Workforce Capacity, delivered the DHCRC status update and discussed the emerging project development process, which will be circulated to DHCRC participants in the coming weeks.
We are grateful to eHealth Queensland for hosting the workshop at their Collaboration Station.
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