The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research aims to identify critical gaps within community and healthcare services, with an explicit goal to improve health outcomes (and a focus on vulnerable groups) via innovative individual, community and health service-focused programs.

The Nursing Research Institute undertakes multidisciplinary clinical and health services research that is focused on improving patient outcomes and health systems with a particular emphasis on implementation science research, that is the study of how to implement evidence based care. This research spans systematic reviews, trials, surveys, mixed-methods and qualitative research which a focus on:

  • Acute & Chronic Care
  • Stroke Care
  • Pressure Injury Prevention
  • Models of care

The Institute for Health and Ageing (IHA) is a multidisciplinary, Melbourne-based research institute focussing on both the positive and problematic aspects of ageing.

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Submissions from 1999

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Activation of AMPK reduces the co-transporter activity of NKCC1, David Fraser, Trevor Mori, Ian Puddey, Lawrie Beilin, Valerie Burke, Alan Morton, and Kim Stanton

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The association of behavioural adjustment to temperament, parenting and family characteristics among 5-year-old children, Gill Paterson and Ann Sanson

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Aging and prospective memory: Differences between naturalistic and laboratory tasks, Peter Gregory Rendell and Donald M. Thomson

Submissions from 1998

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Effects of a short-term circuit weight training program on glycaemic control in NIDDM, David Dunstan, Ian Puddey, Lawrie Beilin, Valerie Burke, Alan Morton, and K. Stanton

Effects of a short-term circuit weight training program on glycaemic control in NIDDM, David Wayne Dunstan, Ian B. Puddey, Lawrie J. Beilin, Valerie Burke, Alan R. Morton, and K. G. Stanton

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection, zona drilling and zona removal of the human oocyte and embryo, Y. Okuma, Orly Lacham-Kaplan, and Alan Trounson

Submissions from 1997

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The independent and combined effects of aerobic exercise and dietary fish intake on serum lipids and glycemic control in NIDDM, David Dunstan, Trevor Mori, Ian Puddey, Lawrie Beilin, Valerie Burke, Alan Morton, and Kim Stanton

The independent and combined effects of aerobic exercise and dietary fish intake on serum lipids and glycemic control in NIDDM, David Wayne Dunstan, Trevor A. Mori, Ian B. Puddey, Lawrie J. Beilin, Valerie Burke, Alan R. Morton, and Kim G. Stanton

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Therapeutic effects of providing MMPI-2 test feedback to clients at a university counseling service: A collaborative approach, Martyn L. Newman and Phillip Greenway

Submissions from 1993

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Effect of attitudes, subjective norms and perceived control on nurses' intention to assess patients pain, Robyn Nash, Helen Edwards, and Monica Lydia Nebauer

Submissions from 1990

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Myosin light chain kinases, Bruce E. Kemp and James T. Stull