Our Founder Reflects on our 2018 Activities and What’s Next

2018 activities

It’s that time of year when we all start to reflect on our 2018 activities, and plan for the year ahead. Research4Me is no different. If I had to sum up 2018, its been another year of listening and learning from all corners of our community, from the patients,...

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Research Case Study: Partnering with Health Consumers In Analysis of Research To Improve Hospital Test Result Management – Part 3: Ben – A participant in the workshop

Ben AIHI research data analysis Workshop Part 3 2

In Part 1, Dr Mary Dahm (a researcher), and Part 2, Maureen (a patient advocate), talked about their experiences of a research data analysis workshop run by Mary to get health consumer input into the analysis of her research project data. In this final Part 3, another health consumer participant,...

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Research Case Study: Partnering with Health Consumers In Analysis of Research To Improve Hospital Test Result Management – Part 2: Maureen – A participant in the workshop

Maureen AIHI workshop

We recently shared in Part 1 of this story insights from Dr Mary Dahm about a workshop she held to gather health consumer input in her research analysis. We thought it would be valuable to also hear from a couple of the consumers that attended about their experience at the workshop...

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MRFF Priorities 2018-2020: Time to have your say

MRFF Priorities

For those that haven’t heard, the Australian government is building a $20billion Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF). Per the website, this additional investment in health and medical research outside of the funding given to the National Health and Medical Research Council is “about giving Australians in need hope —...

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5 clinical trial myths exploded using the example of the James Lind scurvy trial

5 clinical trial myths exploded using the example of the James Lind scurvy trial

May 20 is International Clinical Trials Day. It celebrates the first recognised controlled clinical trial of modern times, where James Lind investigated potential cures of scurvy, and discovered the role of citrus fruits in curing it. It’s a useful trial to celebrate, not just because it was the first...

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