The Methods and Implementation Support for Clinical and Health (MISCH) research Hub seeks to facilitate and collaborate to ensure researchers have access to the core research methods of Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology, Health Economics, Health Informatics (REDCap), Clinical Trials and Co-Design and Implementation Effectiveness. These areas are necessary for good research design and governance in order to generate research findings that lead to improved health care and informed health service reform.
Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology
Biostatistics underpins the sound application of statistical methods in clinical research.
Economic evaluation is widely used to assess many new health care interventions and technologies.
Health Informatics (REDCap)
Health Informatics ensures the optimal use of information, including REDCap database support to capture health and clinical data.
Health-related interventions that seek to evaluate tests and treatments comprise Clinical Trial research. Mutually beneficial relationships and resources allow the University and partners to work together, sharing resources and knowledge.
Co-Design and Implementation Effectiveness
Incorporating both implementation and co-design capabilities to explore factors and conditions that impact on effectiveness, uptake and sustainability, and outcomes in clinical trials