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Release date: 
21/11/2014

As mobile technology has been getting advanced nowadays, smartphones not only improve the efficiency of communications, but also boost the efficiency of health management especially for those living in resource-limited areas.

Xuejun YIN is a research assistant at The George Institute China. She’s been with the institute for over 2 years. For the next 3 years, she has a clear plan--“work hard to become a senior researcher.”

Release date: 
16/11/2014

People with kidney failure undergoing dialysis will see little difference to their overall quality of life if they undergo extra hours of dialysis, a new study has found.

Release date: 
16/11/2014

The first physical signs patients are developing kidney disease can be reversed if patients cut their salt intake, new research has found.

Carrie Deane can’t remember anything from the night she was struck by an oncoming car, but the injuries she sustained would take well over five years to heal.

Emma is a Senior Research Fellow at The George Institute and a conjoint Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Medicine at The University of Sydney. Emma is an epidemiologist with over 10 years’ experience in health related research.

Release date: 
10/11/2014

George Institute for Global Health is implementing a family-led home-based stroke rehabilitation programme that has potential to reduce the cost of stroke rehabilitation in India 

Release date: 
10/11/2014

Wireless networks now reach over 80 per cent of India’s population and therefore SMART Health India has the potential to revolutionise the delivery of essential healthcare to those who previously had little or no access.

Mohammad Alim is a research fellow at the George Institute for Global Health in India and is based in Hyderabad.

 

Release date: 
10/11/2014

— New Initiative Designed to Support the Development of Community Healthcare and Contribute to Mobile Health Innovation in China —

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