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Quality Use of Medicines and Pharmacy Research Centre (QUMPRC) led by Prof Libby Roughead.
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Rohan Elliott Jun 19
Veterans MATES program helped increase rates btwn 2004 and 2012, yet there were still < 3 older people per 1000 per month receiving an HMR. Alternative models to ensure high-risk older people can access a collaborative are needed.
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Niall Byrne Jun 12
Pitching your science to industry or government? Make sure you keep it engaging like from practicing her pitch at this morning
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UniSA Newsroom Jun 12
Good luck to young researchers & for tonight’s competition at from 6pm! Come along and hear SA’s leading early career scientists share their discoveries
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Dr Genevieve Steiner Jun 4
Conflicting clinical medication guidelines for different NCDs makes it difficult for ppl w/ & their physicians to Mx medications
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QUMPRC May 31
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Renly May 30
Elated to be the 2018 SA Fresh Scientist! Representing together with at
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QUMPRC May 30
Success of the Veterans’ MATES program underpinned by behavioural theories
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QUMPRC May 14
“It is all too easy to put certain symptoms down to ageing, without considering what else might be going on for a person,” Prof Roughead says.
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QUMPRC May 3
Professor Libby Roughead to lead the new $2.8million ReMInDAR trial. Congratulations Libby and team GregHuntMP “We’re looking to take it nationally if this is, as we believe, successful’
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QUMPRC Apr 26
on key research achievements of 2017 Congratulations again Professor Libby Roughead and Huah Shin Ng
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QUMPRC Apr 21
Professor Libby Roughead partners in the new $200 million Digital Health CRC (Cooperative Research Centre) initiative.
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Renly Apr 19
Beyond thrilled to be selected as the Grant Coordinator of Looking forward to serve and learn
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Tuan Nguyen Apr 18
If you're interested in the use of potentially inappropriate medicines in people with dementia in Vietnam, check this out:
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Tuan Nguyen Apr 18
Australian pharmacists' basic knowledge about delirium and prevention strategies is good but there is scope for improvement in their knowledge regarding risk factors and symptoms of delirium. See more details here:
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DigitalHealth Apr 12
The new will invest over $200 million to develop & test digital health solutions that work for real patients in real hospitals & health services, while equipping Australians to better manage their own health and wellness
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QUMPRC Mar 5
Looking for a Research Associate/Research Fellow: Biostatistics and Epidemiology (level ARAS/BRF) to work with our team
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QUMPRC Mar 5
Looking for a Research Associate/Research Fellow: Biostatistics and Epidemiology (level ARAS/BRF) to work with our team
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UniSA Newsroom Feb 15
Great news for and - announces more than $1 million for research to eliminate superbugs in aged care facilities a project led by DrRietieVenter
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QUMPRC Jan 18
Are you working with linked health claims data that includes pharmaceuticals? Register now for Working with PBS data training Feb 2018
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Renly Jan 14
More efforts needed to standardise outcome measures used in trials. We recommend using ICIQ-UI-SF
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