A new collaboration between Queensland Health, University of Qld and HIMSS will help understand the current technology used in various health care settings in the state, so they can build a data-driven roadmap for digital transformation.
Project tests digital tools to address weight control, by encouraging people to work towards an ideal ‘Future Me’ avatar, and ditching the “fourth meal” calories from snacking (exacerbated by ‘café culture.’)
Libby Roughead found that Iran has engaged digital tools to great advantage, delivering top class primary health care to rural and remote regions and real-time health monitoring across the population to inform care.
A new project underway between DHCRC, Macquarie University, Outcome Health, Eastern Melbourne, Gippsland and South Eastern Melbourne PHNs & the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (Quality Assurance Programs) will build a real-time reporting system showing where and how COVID-19 is impacting Australia’s health system, based on de-identified data from 500 general practices across NSW and Victoria.
Under a new partnership between the Digital Health CRC, Queensland Health and The University of Queensland, researchers will be embedded in Queensland Health and its partner organisations to work on a set of priority sub-projects requiring specialised clinical knowledge via a co-ordinated set of PhD and post-doc scholarships over 5 years.
When Dr Anna Janssen took on an Industry Fellowship with DHCRC, Lorica and the University of Sydney to understand doctors' interactions with eHealth data, she knew she'd be using her skills as a mixed-methods researcher, but wasn't sure what else to expect. She...