Investigating the ability of biomarkers to reduce uncertainty and misdiagnosis by people with dementia
The MiND Study is investigating the ability of biomarkers such as neurofilament light chain (NfL, a marker of neuronal injury), to reduce the years of uncertainty and misdiagnosis faced by many people with neurodegenerative disorders (especially younger-onset dementia)
A nurse led program to improve wound care outcomes in regional/rural Queensland Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and the PHN would be grateful if health professionals would consider completing the survey.
Input sought from general practitioners, registrars, practice managers, receptionists and practice nurses about the impact of COVID-19 and what that might be for rural general practices. Go into a draw for 20 x $100 egift vouchers.
Rural Medical Education Australia are seeking GPs, Registrars, Nurses, Receptionists, Practice Managers and Medical Students to participate in a survey about COVID-19 and future implications for general practices.
Researchers from the University of Sydney are seeking GPs to participate in a study about breast density (approved by The University of Sydney Human Ethics Research Committee)
The IMPRovE (Implementing work-related Mental health guidelines in general PRacticeE) trial is an NHMRC Partnership Trial, being run by Monash University and the University of Sydney.
Emerging Minds, along with its delivery partners, are conducting a national workforce survey for family, parent and child mental health and want to hear from professionals in health, social and community services who work with adults who might be parents, families and children.