Funding

Our funding

The institute has a number of avenues of funding which contributes to our research efforts. Team members are also involved in a number of projects in non-funded grants as chief investigators.

Current Grants

Investigator Leadership Grant: Prof Paul Glasziou: Neglected Problems in Health Care: $2,701,595.00 (1/1/2020-31/12/2024)

Centres of Research Excellence

  1. Centre of Research Excellence in Minimising Antibiotic Resistance in the Community (CRE-MARC): $2,499,728.50 (27/11/2018 - 31/10/24)
  2. CREDiH: Centre for Research Excellence in Digital Health: $2,498,649 (5/2/2018 - 31/10/22)
  3. Centre of Research Excellence on Women and Non-communicable Diseases (CRE WaND): prevention, detection, and management: $2,495,848 (1/5/2019 - 30/4/2024)
  4. Australia & New Zealand Musculoskeletal Clinical Trials Network; $2,497,653 (1/7/2017 - 30/6/2022)
  5. Testing, Translation and Uptake of Evidence in General Practice: A systems approach to rapid translation; $2,411,049 (1/6/2016 - 31/5/2022)
  6. Creating sustainable healthcare: ensuring new diagnostics avoid harms, improve outcomes, and direct resources wisely; $2,497,658 (1/5/2016 - 30/4/2021)

Program Grant

  1. Using healthcare wisely: Reducing inappropriate use of tests and treatments; $9,578,895 (1/1/2017 - 31/12/2021)

Project Grants

  1. Reducing non-beneficial treatment at end-of-life: $504,187 (1/4/2018 - 30/9/2022)
  2. Reducing antibiotic use in primary care: A randomised trial to evaluate the effectiveness of decision aids about antibiotic use for acute respiratory infections; $325,500 (1/6/2017 - 31/5/2021)
  3. M-PreM study: Reproductive factors, from menarche to pre-menopause, and the risk of cardiometabolic and respiratory conditions before menopause; $1,366 831 (1/1/2017 - 31/12/2020)
  4. Cochrane Acute Respiratory Infections Editorial Group; $368,086 (1/7/2017 - 30/6/2020)
  5. Monitoring changes in CT scanning usage to minimise cancer risk: $604,664 (22/8/2018 - 31/12/2020)

  6. Physical activity coaching for adults with physical disabilities: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial: $1,371,184 (10/7/2018 - 31/12/2021)

Other

  1. Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability; $5,250,000 (1/7/2017 - 31/12/2022)

  2. Effectiveness of Imaging Pathways for Cardiovascular Disease Epidemics of the Elderly, $328,650 (27/9/2018 - 30/11/2020)

Professor Paul Glasziou

NHMRC Australia Fellowship: Increasing value, reducing waste from incomplete or unusable reports of medical research: (1/7/2015—31/12/2019)

Professor Tammy Hoffmann

NHMRC Research Fellowship: Using shared decision making to improve the appropriateness of healthcare for individuals and the system (1/1/2019—31/3/2025)

Associate Professor Claudia Dobler

NHMRC Research Fellowship: An integrated approach to improving patient-centred care in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (1/3/2019—31/12/2020)

Assistant Professor Ray Moynihan

NHMRC Early Career Fellowship: Preventing Overdiagnosis: A research programme to investigate and respond to the health impacts of expanding disease definitions and lowering diagnostic thresholds (1/3/2017—31/12/2020)

  1. Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service: Gold Coast Hospital Conjoint Program in Evidence Based Practice; $1,000,000 (1/7/2015—31/12/2020)

Commonwealth Government Innovation Connections Grant

Dr Gina Cleo: Habit change interventions for long-term weight management

2019 HSM Early Career Researcher Seed Grant

Dr Paulina Stehlik: Pharmacist referral to general practice: unexplored territory in reducing antibiotic resistance 

Previous grants

Centres of Research Excellence

  1. Centre for Research Excellence in E-health; $2,499,870 (1/1/2012 - 31/12/2017)
  2. Centre for Research Excellence in Minimising Antibiotic Resistance for Acute Respiratory Infections; $2,454,998 (total); $2,377,280 (Bond) (1/11/2012 - 31/10/2018)
  3. Centre for Research Excellence in Reducing Healthcare Associated Infection: $2,495,705 (1/01/2012 - 31/12/2016)

Project Grants

  1. Can a brief early intervention prevent depression and help people live with aphasia a year after stroke? $1,270,185 (1/01/2014 - 31/12/2018)

  2. Multimedia patient education for prevention of in-hospital falls $401,214 (2007-2011)

Program Grant

  1. STEP: Screening and Test Evaluation Program: improving the evaluation and use of tests for screening, diagnosis and monitoring in healthcare $8,915,000 (1/1/2011 - 30/06/2016)

Partnership Project

  1. Implementing guidelines to routinely prevent chronic disease in general practice; $744,489 (2010 - 2013)
  2. Evidence innovation: transforming the efficiency of systematic review; $928,416.50 (2016 - 2018)

Other

  1. Cochrane Acute Respiratory Infections Editorial Group: $478,125 (1/7/2013 - 31/3/2019)
  2. Cochrane Acute Respiratory Review Group: $300,000 (1/7/2009 - 30/6/2013)
  3. Standalone internet anxiety treatment for stuttering: A randomised trial $516,338.80 (16/6/2016 - 30/6/2019)
  1. National Hearth Foundation of Australia: Guide to the management of hypertension update $156,363 (14/10/2013 - 31/12/2014)
  2. Department of Health: Antimicrobial stewardship and infection prevention and control practices $102,140 (1/7/2015 - 30/6/2016)
  3. National Health Service: Monitoring long term conditions in primary care: $3,837,585 (1/1/2014 - 31/12/2018)
  4. Australian Rotary Health: TOTS: Tuning in to Toddlers: A randomised controlled trial of a program for parents of toddlers $198,056 (11/2/2015 - 31/12/2018)

Professor Paul Glasziou

NHMRC Australia Fellowship: (1/7/2010 - 31/12/2015)

Professor Tammy Hoffmann

NHMRC Career Development Fellowship: Secondary stroke prevention: strategies to narrow the gap between evidence and practice (2011-2014)