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PPB Technology Pty Ltd (licensee of CSIRO-developed technology platform)

Institution:

Specialties:

Emergency medicine

ICU

Infectious Diseases

Positions:

Clinicians who see an opportunity to improve clinical practice with more timely/"better" diagnostics

Biomedical researchers with validated biomarkers looking for a suitable diagnostic platform

Collaborators to guide our development of novel biosensors and lead future clinical trials

Project description:

We have developed several families of biosensors that can measure the levels of target analytes, generally in the micromolar to picomolar range, with high selectivity. The tests are fast and easy to perform and can be done with serum, urine and other biological fluids. We have fifteen peer-reviewed . . .

Developing effective weight loss strategies for shift workers

Monash University

Institution:

Specialties:

Dietetics

Endocrinology

Other (specify below)

Positions:

Recruitment

Co-investigators

Project description:

Shift workers are a population that are at an increased risk of being overweight/obese and developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) and type-2 diabetes compared with their day working counterparts. However, the experience of a typical shift-worker is not conducive to weight loss. Shift-workers tend t . . .

Patient led gait analysis

WeKo

Institution:

Specialties:

Orthopaedic surgery

Health Technology

Neurology

Positions:

Clinicians

Project description:

We've created a minimum viable solution to detect abnormal gait patterns. We're now looking to run an implementation pilot of the software and to capture clinical input into the design.
Currently the solution:
(i) allows clinicians to send a link to patients who they'd like to receive a walking vide . . .

CIPHUR: Chlorhexidine vs Iodine Prep in Hand sURgery

ACTPRAS & RSTN

Institution:

Specialties:

Plastic surgery

Orthopaedic surgery

Surgery

Positions:

Data collector

Project description:

QUESTION: Which antiseptic skin prep is ideal for patients undergoing upper extremity surgery?

WHAT YOU DO:
We are running a prospective audit of skin antiseptics in upper limb surgery.
You audit just 20 cases (trauma or elective) to gain co-authorship on the publication(s).
REGISTER YOUR INTEREST: . . .

CANVAS

ACTPRAS

Institution:

Specialties:

Plastic surgery

Surgery

General surgery

Positions:

data collector

principal investigator

Project description:

Background
Sutures are commonly used to close skin after excision of skin lesions. Currently, there are no guidelines or conclusive trials to determine if absorbable or non-absorbable sutures should be used.

Absorbable sutures may offer a better patient experience, avoid removal costs and exposure . . .

Point of Care Diagnostics for Iron Deficiency

CSIRO

Institution:

Specialties:

Haematology

Pathology

Positions:

Clinicians

Pathologist

Haematologist

Project description:

Iron WoMan is an iron deficiency point of care diagnostic test kit developed at CSIRO. Unlike traditional method that requires blood samples and a pathology laboratory, it detects ferritin in saliva. The detection limit is 30ng/mL. The test is a low-cost and low hassle at-home testing solution that . . .

Impact of Mental Health for People with a Physical Disability from Simple Forms of Employment that is Given to Them

Chemism Pty. Ltd.

Institution:

Specialties:

Mental Health

Statistics

Other (specify below)

Positions:

Data Collector

Statistician

Project description:

People with disability are more susceptible to depression, especially people with a physical disability. This depression is cause by societal factors such as social isolation, lack of employment options, income instability and discrimination. This discrimination is evident when companies give the si . . .

MUVi - Mobile UV Innovation

Digital Health

Institution:

Specialties:

Sterilisation

Surgery

Infectious Diseases

Positions:

Clinical trial designer

Data Collector - (Sampling, Testing)

Doctors - GP's ready for Collaboration

Project description:

Problem: There are 200,000 HAIs in Australia every year. This makes Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI’s) the most common complication affecting patients in Australian hospitals. It kills more people every year than breast cancer and road accidents combined. It costs the Australian healthcare system . . .

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