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Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back. Episodic Volunteering for Non-Profits

Posted by Angus Ng on 11 August 2015
Angus Ng and Paul Scuffham from CAHE will work with Prof Suzanne Chambers (Lead) and Dr Melissa Hyde, also from Griffith University, on this recently awarded ARC linkage grant.
The interdisciplinary project aims to use mixed methods and multiple perspectives to provide an evidence base and recommendations for non-profit sector policy and practice given the threatened decrease in long-term, continuous volunteering and increase in episodic volunteering.
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The Townsville Diabetes Telehealth Trial

Posted by Paul Scuffham on 4 August 2015

Paul Scuffham and his team just completed work on a trial to assess if remote access to clinicians using telehealth technologies over broadband lead to improved diabetic control in a way that benefits patients, carers and clinicians, and improves the overall health system. The Townsville Broadband-Enabled Diabetes Telehealth Trial and Trial Extension was funded by the Australian Government as represented by the Department of Communications.

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Consumer input in healthcare decision-making

Posted by Paul Scuffham on 3 August 2015

As part of an ARC Linkage Grant, Paul Scuffham and his team are conducting a study on the use of Citizen's Juries (CJ) to engage consumers in healthcare decision-making. In a first, they are using DCE surveys to quantify changes in consumer preferences after participation on a CJ.

Read About the Emergency Care CJ

Read About the Obesity Surgery CJ

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Taxing Junk Foods

Posted by Tracy Comans on 16 June 2015

A recent article in The Daily Telegraph highlights the endeavors of healthcare professionals and researchers to convince the Australian government of the benefit of taxing junk foods.

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