Associate Professor Luke Wolfenden, Career Development Fellow at the University of Newcastle, Program Manager at Hunter New England Population Health and HMRI-affiliated researcher, has received a funding grant from nib to deliver their ‘Fast Facts’ project - arming health officials more quickly and effectively with up-to-date evidence to better inform the public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study, published in the journal JACC: CardioOncology, notes that heart disease has become a leading cause of long-term preventable death in cancer survivors.
The Greater Charitable Foundation has committed almost $180,000 to shift an HMRI stroke fatigue clinical trial to a telehealth model.
Join us on Thursday July 9 from 6pm for another great HMRI virtual event where we gain an insight into the importance of eliminating the gap in Indigenous health and the work that’s being done here in the Hunter to benefit communities nationwide.
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Newcastle Artist Brett McMahon is renowned for his large scale paintings in somber hues of charcoal, silver and grey. They’re powerful and beautiful. So when his 2019 HMRI Art Series work, inspired by HMRI awardee for Research Excellence Professor Frances Kay-Lambkin was unveiled, there were gasps of surprise and delight.
A recent study published in Pharmacy has revealed that while pharmacists were often the first point of contact for patients with initial symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), many of these health professional lack confidence about managing patients with the condition.
HMRI respiratory researcher Kurtis Budden has received the TSANZ Ann Woolcock New Investigator Award for his work in respiratory disease.
Returning from a family holiday in England to face two weeks of solitary quarantine inside a small hotel room was a daunting prospect indeed for HMRI physical activity researcher and advocate Matthew ‘Tepi’ McLaughlin.