How did a fresh graduate become an independent project manager responsible for a whole team? LI Shenshen talks about how she has matured in her six years with the The George Institute and devoting herself to her academic research career.
Today Minister for Health Tanya Plibersek has announced National Health Medical Research Council funding for ground-breaking health and medical research across Australia, of which the George Institute received over $18 million.
SaltSwitch, a new feature of the popular healthy shopping app, FoodSwitch, launches today to empower Aussie shoppers to select the lowest salt options and improve their chances of living a longer life.
Health researchers from The George Institute for Global Health and the University of Alberta compare soccer to healthcare to see which scores more when it comes to introducing interventions, in a paper published today in the Christmas edition of the British Medical Journal. The verdict – there's a lot to be learned from a soccer game.
In the rural areas of Andhra Pradesh on the southeastern coastline of India, a group of women may hold the key to changing the way healthcare services are delivered, to reducing the cost of healthcare and preventing death and disease.
A toddler fighting to get out of their car seat while their parent is rushing to get to work or the shops is a familiar scene to most parents. A few safety checks when buckling up can easily be missed. A simple community-based education program can turn buckling up into something kids want to do.
Dr Julie Redfern of The George Institute for Global Health has been awarded a 2012 Research Development Project grant by the Cardiovascular Research Network (CVRN) for her research around people who have survived a heart attack and other serious acute coronary syndrome events.
Cardiovascular disease is the biggest killer of men and women in Australia, claiming the life of one Australian every 11 minutes and costing the health system $12 billion annually.
Researchers from The George Institute, the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales are a step closer to answering this important question after finishing recruitment for the Paracetamol for Acute Low Back Pain (PACE) study.