On March 3, 2014, the RECOVER trial, a randomized controlled trial on rehabilitation through caregiver-delivered nurse-organized service programs for disabled stroke patients in rural China, was officially launched.
This issue highlights the 2013 Annual Governing Council Meeting of the The China International Center for Chronic Disease Prevention, one of the most important milestones in the history of the center, and also features the research findings of the studies conducted by the center in 2013.
Tracey Chantler is a Research Fellow in Health Services and Systems Research at the George Centre for Healthcare Innovation. She supports the social science research components of projects which form part of the Essential Health Care programme.
Dr Rahimi recognised for hard work and dedication in seven years of service at the University in Clinical Trial Service Unit and in his current role as Deputy Director of The George Institute for Global Health and James Martin Fellow in Healthcare Innovation.
A team of leading Australian researchers has been recognised for its unique research program targeting Australia’s leading causes of death and disability -– heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease.