Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of
health service delivery

Given Australia’s ageing population and the growing incidence of chronic illness and frailty, investment in research to improve health outcomes for patients is imperative. UQ’s Centre for Health Services Research (CHSR) was established to meet the challenge.

The CHSR combines the capabilities and interests of three foundational centres – the Australasian Kidney Trials Network, the Centre for Online Health and the Centre for Research in Geriatric Medicine. By providing a powerful platform for health service research, and pairing consumer insight with outstanding clinical research, the CHSR strives to improve the effectiveness of health service delivery.

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Since 1999, the COH has been recognised internationally for its role in research, service delivery and education and training in the fields of telemedicine, telehealth and e-Healthcare. The COH's multidisciplinary team of clinicians, academic researchers, educators, technicians, engineers and administrators brings together a broad mix of skills.
Established in 2002, the Centre for Research in Geriatric Medicine has developed a reputation for innovation in the application of novel systems of care, information technology and telemedicine to advance access to, and quality of, specialist aged care services.
The Australasian Kidney Trial Network: a division of the Centre for Kidney Disease Research
Our researchers are working at the forefront of global trends in research to trial new clinical treatments and to understand the cellular and molecular basis of renal disease.

General enquiries

Email: uqchsr@uq.edu.au
Phone: +61 7 3176 5530