• 05 MAR 20
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    Data mining to combat chronic kidney disease

    In partnership with the WA Country Health Service, the WA Department of Health, the WA Primary Health Alliance, and the Digital Health CRC, Curtin Professor Suzanne Robinson is leading new research to better identify and manage Chronic Kydney Disease using health data analytics. The research uses data linkage and machine learning to mine existing health records, and will provide new insights into the risk factors associated with CKD, identifying the gaps in the system that are contributing to the rising burden of disease.

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    • 05 MAR 20
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    Curtin study finds personal data fears stop people using mobile health apps

    New Curtin University research has found a lack of understanding about the security of their personal data is a major barrier to many Australians using mobile health apps, which could have serious patient care ramifications as healthcare systems undergo a digital transformation.

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    • 05 MAR 20
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    Consultation: draft National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health Standards

    The Australian Government Department of Health (the Department) has contracted the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (the Commission) to develop National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health (NSQDMH) Standards. The draft NSQDMH Standards are now available on the Commission’s website for public consultation.

    To support the consultation process, the Commission is holding a series of webinars and public forums in March-April 2020 in all capital cities and three regional locations.

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    • 05 MAR 20
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    Collaborative research: A guide supporting the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research

    Universities Australia, the NHRMC and ARC have joined forces to launch a new guide to research collaborations to support the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research. The guide includes information on good practices for creating and managing agreements for research across institutions.

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    • 05 MAR 20
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    The South Australian Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2020 – 2025

    The Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2020 – 2025 informs the work, priorities and direction for the public health system for the next five years. This new direction emphasises the importance of keeping people healthy and refocuses our energy on prevention, promotion and early intervention initiatives, as well as expanding our service capacity in community settings to support people to avoid unnecessary interactions with the hospital sector.

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