Two Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) researchers have been named as one of 39 AMP Tomorrow Makers from across Australia for 2021.
With hip fracture posing a major risk of death in people over 50, a new study aims to establish evidence for improved discharge planning for elderly patients following hip surgery
Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) has welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement that it is investing $125 million across three projects to improve the health of Australians in rural, remote and regional areas through access to innovative clinical trials.
Asthma treatment – it’s not one-size-fits-all
With at least one asthma-related death each day in Australia, a team of researchers has been awarded $2.5 million dollars from NHMRC to investigate personalised approaches to asthma treatment.
My research interest lies in examining the dense and intricate relationships, systems, politics and processes required to mobilise knowledge and translate evidence-based interventions into health and social care practice.
BorneHMRI was established after Dean and Sarah Mumm’s devastating personal experience. They have given birth to 6 children, 4 of whom were lost due to preterm birth. Dean and Sarah are passionate about ending preterm birth so that no parent goes through their experience.
Too many women go into labour prematurely