National Health and Medical Research Council funding to improve the experience for thousands who require peripheral intravenous catheters.
Griffith University research projects have received more than $6 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council
Griffith University researchers have secured $7.8 million in the latest funding allocation from the National Health and Medical Research Council.
A Griffith Health Institute (GHI) study into the use of IV drips in hospital wards has the potential to save the Australian economy millions each year. The new research published in The Lancet suggests that the millions of intravenous catheters used each year can be safely changed only when clinically necessary, overturning 40 years of accepted practice involving […]