AUSTRALIAN PARTNERSHIP FOR PREPAREDNESS RESEARCH ON INFECTIOUS DISEASE EMERGENCIES (APPRISE)
Grant number: 1116530 | Funding period: 2016 - 2022
We have assembled national experts in clinical, laboratory and public health research to ensure Australia is equipped for a coordinated, effective and evidence based response to infectious diseases. This multidisciplinary team will create and share new knowledge to detect, prevent and manage emerging infection threats. We will train a robust cross-sectoral work force and develop sustainable research capacity integrated within the health system to ensure national and regional health security.
Related publications (5)
Attributable Length of Stay, Mortality Risk, and Costs of Bacterial Health Care-Associated Infections in Australia: A Retrospective Case-cohort Study
XJ Lee, AJ Stewardson, LJ Worth, N Graves, TM Wozniak
BACKGROUND: Unbiased estimates of the health and economic impacts of health care-associated infections (HAIs) are scarce and focus..
Coronavirus Disease Model to Inform Transmission -Reducing Measures and Health System Preparedness, Australia
Robert Moss, James Wood, Damien Brown, Freya M Shearer, Andrew J Black, Kathryn Glass, Allen C Cheng, James M McCaw, Jodie McVernon
The ability of health systems to cope with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases is of major concern. In preparation, we used clini..
An Emerging Human Parechovirus Type 5 Causing Sepsis-Like Illness in Infants in Australia
Anthony Chamings, Kwee Chin Liew, Emily Reid, Eugene Athan, Amy Raditsis, Peter Vuillermin, Yano Yoga, Leon Caly, Julian Druce, Soren Alexandersen
Human parechovirus (HPeV), particularly type 3 (HPeV3), is an important cause of sepsis-/meningitis-like illness in young infants...