Transforming health systems with e-health records and productivity tools to improve decision support, reporting, operational efficiency and resource management.
Gaining new insights from biomedical information with support tools and software for clinical decision making.
The delivery of healthcare in the digital age will be very different from today. Digital technology will enable safer, higher quality health services leading to better outcomes for patients and efficiencies for health care providers. Science and research underpinned by community engagement and industry collaboration will be integral moving forward.
We develop strategic partnerships to undertake research in e-health, big data analysis, decision support, software development, mobile technologies, digital healthcare services, clinical needs, medical and laboratory workflows and more.
Our strength lies in world class science, technological innovation and strong industry partnerships. AEHRC welcomes interest and investment from businesses and entrepreneurs interested in developing new products and services to improve healthcare.
While AEHRC is a partnership between CSIRO and the Queensland Government, we also work closely on health ICT research with many other Government agencies. With ongoing research activities in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, the Centre has a strong national reach.
AEHRC research takes a collaborative approach with strong clinical and consumer engagement during projects. Our multi-disciplinary team is dedicated to serving the needs of patients, clinicians and health agencies. We work closely with government health departments, hospitals and health services in metropolitan, rural and regional areas.
AEHRC is proud of its research reputation and maintains close relationships with universities and centres of excellence. Our team has alumni from leading institutions and we provide opportunities and mentoring for students.
Artificial Intelligence-based bone fracture detection and classification
Applications are invited from appropriately qualified candidates for a Jamieson Trauma Institute (JTI) funded PhD scholarship in the Science & Engineering Faculty at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia. Read more.