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The aims of the project are to develop the methods that will be used to monitor and track the production and translation of clinical evidence to detect the risk of harm associated with evidence translation failures.
This project is a collaboration between UNSW, Sydney University and the University of London.
Feedback destabilizing control of electro-osmotic flow for reducing fouling and enhancing productivity of membrane systems
Fouling reduces throughput and productivity of membrane systems and as such increases operating costs and reduces profitability of water treatment industries. This work aims to reduce fouling by reducing the amount of solute at a membrane surface by de...
Use of information and communication technologies to support effective work practice innovation in the health sector: a multi-site study.
Health systems face considerable challenges in meeting increasing demands for highly sophisticated services with limited resources and a shortage of health professionals. The introduction of information technology (IT) is a key strategy to meet these c...