Tuesday, March 19, 2019

From the Manager – researchers had an intense start to the year with research projects coming from overseas, and Australian and country authorities business partners. All have contested the investigators with regards to should maintenance be advocated with assessing strength of the body of proof, and are focused on service delivery queries? Handling the tasks needed to keep projects going on the deadline, is a testament to the integrity dedication, team work, business, vision and hard work of the core researchers that is iCAHE. As constantly Jan Kooymans supplies effective, forward thinking, problem solving support for all members that are iCAHE.

Liz Lynch has taken a postdoc position in affiliation with the Center for Brain Recovery and Research Excellence Stroke Rehabilitation. Maura McInerney and judith Hocking commenced work on business endeavors as RAs. This newsletter includes the health economist, Asterie Twizeyemariya. One output of the project was that SAGE researchers are working to compose evidence educated health care pathways that cross sectors. This work should place AH in healthcare in a position to make an impact with evidence educated disability and rehabilitation management practices. Many thanks to Steve Milanese for directing iCAHE affairs and endeavors in Karens absence. Journal club continue to Be a focus of iCAHE proof implementation and training activities, please check that the iCAHE web site Journal clubs section or contact Michelle Guerin or Olivia Hill in iCAHEjournalclub@unisa.edu.au for details.

Kate Kennedy has fine tuned that the iCAHE web site, please visit it to see what’s new in iCAHE products. Each iCAHE Research Area Team has started the year strongly together with great success both for staff and student levels. See the iCAHE Research Area Team pages for details on these activities. Of note is that the exponential increase in study results In that the Medical Radiations RAT since Eva Bezak has taken up that the professorial post in the area. Congratulations to Eva and your researchers! – A major initiative in iCAHE the year is the concentrate on low value care. With financial assistance From that the Sansom Institute, Ashley Fulton is leading a team that is examining that the literature to determine descriptors of low value and high value care, for that the vehicle of low back pain. After the evaluation processes are determined for the condition, we plan to place that the allied health and related management of other common conditions under that the microscope. Watch this space! – Partner Update – Transforming Allied Health the Allied and Scientific Health Office and iCAHE Partnership – inside The Transforming Health space, there have been several important developments since my Feb update.