HPI Researchers aim to improve health and community services and to assist community members to lead healthy and productive lives - Professor Wendy Moyle, Director HPI
The Research Centre for Clinical and Community Practice Innovation (RCCCPI) was established in 2003 to find solutions to critical healthcare challenges and undertake cutting edge research that results in better health and community care and improved quality of life. The Centre's name was changed in 2013 to the Centre for Health Practice Innovation (HPI).
HPI aims to transform health and community services through the development of collaborative, innovative and sustainable models of care and frameworks for practice among service providers and individuals, families and communities.
Randomisation and Registration Service
The Clinical Trial Randomisation and Registration Service was established in 2011 to provide expertise and infrastructure to support clinical trials by Griffith staff, students and collaborators including the Gold Coast University Hospital. The Service is hosted by the Centre for Health Practice Innovation. For more information please email email@example.com
MembershipInterdisciplinary capacity-encompasses disciplines of;
- Nursing and Midwifery
Local, national and international visiting scholars, adjunct members and external industry experts enhance our research and provide strategic advice.
Areas of ResearchTo generate innovations in specific areas, the Research Centre supports the following major research units:
If you are interested in contributing, there are many opportunities to get involved with HPI:
- Become an industry partner
- Become a collaborative research partner
- Make a donation or sponsor a specific research project
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