On World Sepsis Day 2016, researchers from The George Institute for Global Health called for sepsis to be put at the top of the health agenda around the world, where it kills up to 5.3 million people each year. READ MORE
The largest global sleep study ever undertaken has found that the leading therapy for obstructive sleep apnea does not reduce recurrent strokes and heart attacks in people with cardiovascular disease, but does significantly improve their quality of life and mood. READ MORE
A program to enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to obtain their drivers licence can help reduce incarceration and injury rates and improve the health of communities, a new report has found. READ MORE
This was said by Melinda Gates in announcing the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation would commit US$80 million to help reduce the gaps in data on women and girls, writes The George Institute's Professor Robyn Norton in the Huffington Post. READ MORE
To mark World Heart Day on 29 September, The George Institute China held an event in the lobby of its building to spread heart health awareness and promote cardiovascular disease prevention. READ MORE
George Clinical is now on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook! Follow us to keep up to date with industry news and the positive impact our scientific leaders make in the global clinical trials environment. George Clinical will also be exhibiting at OCT South Korea from 30 November to 1 December 2016.
One of the research focuses of The George Institute’s Professor Cathie Sherrington is how to encourage and motivate people with disabilities to take part in sport. She also has a personal reason for this work: her daughter Tamsin Colley was Australia’s youngest 2016 Paralympian. READ MORE
Publications in 2016
to date, up from 270 in August
The mission of The George Institute for Global Health is to improve the health of millions of people worldwide.