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Understanding cancer patients’ journey of care. In an Australian first, the linking of primary care and hospital data has been made possible through Data Connect, a major collaboration between the VCCC Alliance, the University of Melbourne, hospitals and BioGrid Australia.
The National Antibiotic Allergy Network (NAAN) provides a framework for collaborative health services research in antibiotic allergy and part of this action is the formation of a database for inpatient antibiotic allergy testing, known as the National Inpatient Penicillin Allergy Database.
Prevention is the key to controlling fungal infections in clinical settings. The Invasive Fungal Infections Surveillance Project aims to arm clinicians with the data they need to recognise the signs of a potential problem.
The Australian Rare Cancer (ARC) Portal is an online referral service that aims to improve outcomes and access to research for Australians diagnosed with a rare cancer.
The APPRISE Centre for Research Excellence recognised that an infectious diseases biobank was needed to inform emergency responses. When COVID-19 increased the urgency of this requirement, BioGrid helped solve governance & data issues enabling APPRISE CRE to leverage 6 existing COVID biobanks nationally.
The TRACC Clinical Registry is a web based application designed for the collection and management of information relating to the diagnosis, treatment and outcomes of patients with advanced colorectal cancer.
ePAD is being used to determine the patterns of care for Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer (CRPC) patients and to evaluate the impact of age, cardiovascular co-morbidity and performance status on treatment recommendations.
CART-Wheel.org was developed in consultation with the Principal Investigator, Professor Clare Scott, to address some of the barriers facing effective research into rare cancers with a vision of attracting international participation to amass high numbers of real cases of rare tumour types.
The PURPLE translational registry for pancreatic cancer patients has been driving world leading research since 2016. This multi-site, multi-disciplinary translational pancreatic cancer registry is the first of its kind and aims to increase data sharing and collaboration across cancer centres and research laboratories to relocate novel research findings from “bench-to-bedside”.
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