ANZMUSC has received 23 applications for the 4 seeding grants valued up to $10,000 each. Details of the grant recipients and projects are given below:
- Associate Prof Christine Lin (School of Public Health, The University of Sydney) for the study – “Understanding barriers and facilitators to opioid deprescribing in primary care for the development of patient deprescribing resources”.
- Prof Cathie Sherrington (School of Public Health, The University of Sydney) for the study – “Safe mobility to prevent falls in acute hospitals: adaptation of the successful Safe Recovery rehabilitation unit”.
- Associate Prof Mark Hancock (Department of Health Professions, Macquarie University) for the study – “Feasibility of testing the effectiveness of a theory-informed implementation intervention to reduce imaging for low back pain: a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial”
- Dr Milena Simic (Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney) for the study – “Reducing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug use in people with knee osteoarthritis: A repeated measures study for risk minimization”