Our current program of research studies are addressing important clinical problems, including in vaccines and serious childhood infections, cystic fibrosis, hepatitis C and allergic disorders. Our research involves comparative effectiveness trials, evaluating the effectiveness of current health policy and designing Bayesian Network models to assist the development of models of care and policy. To read more about our projects, please click the boxes below.
BEAT CF is an adaptive clinical trial investigating the optimal management of cystic fibrosis (CF) lung infections. The trial will aim to optimise antibiotic treatment, as well as other treatments routinely offered to patients during an exacerbation including steroid and mucolytic prescription, and chest physiotherapy.
AusVaxSafety is a national project commissioned by the Commonwealth Government to implement real time safety monitoring for routine vaccines. The project monitors the frequency of vaccine reactions reported by parents via text message.
AuTOMATIC is an adaptive clinical trial to determine whether SMS reminders improve the timeliness of routine vaccination, and if so what is the optimal content and timing of such messages.
Adaptive Health Intelligence
We are a not-for-profit research team specialising in pragmatic and adaptive clinical trials. Our projects focus on reducing the burden of infectious diseases by improving how routinely used medications are used in clinical practice.
We are located at:
Telethon Kids Institute
Northern Entrance, Perth Children's Hospital
15 Hospital Ave, Nedlands 6009