Staff, postgraduate students and adjunct researchers at the Institute for Health Research publish work on a wide variety of subjects in peer-reviewed journals. A full list of publications is available here but some recent examples with links to additional information about the studies are shown below:
Gips E, Spilsbury K1, Boecker C, Ng R, Arendts G. Do frailty and comorbidity indices improve risk prediction of 28-day ED reattendance? Reanalysis of an ED discharge nomogram for older people.
Khong LAM3, Buckley A, Johnson W, Cavalheri V. Lower limb chronic edema management program: Perspectives of disengaged patients on challenges, enablers and barriers to program attendance and adherence.
Orefice R, Quinlivan JA3. Small interface changes have dramatic impacts: how mandatory fields in electronic medical records increased pertussis vaccination rates in Australian obstetric patients.
Heydon E, Wibrow B, Jacques A1, Sonawane R, Anstey M. The needs of patients with post-intensive care syndrome: A prospective, observational study.
Jan AL2, Aldridge ES, Rogers IR, Visser EJ, Bulsara MK1, Hince DA1. Patient attitudes towards analgesia and their openness to non-pharmacological methods such as acupuncture in the emergency department.
Updated December 2019