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SURE is Australia’s leading health research platform and has recently undergone a range of new upgrades.
New research published in Public Health Research & Practice is the first of its kind, gauging the effects of bushfire smoke that often go unreported.
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Dr Kerrin Bleicher, Director of the Sax Institute’s Research Assets Division, explains what the Study can offer the research community.
A new Sax Institute Rapid Evidence Scan has found that patients with heart disease are among those who could benefit most from an online care model.