Supporting people in hospitals across South Australia through vital health and medical research and improved patient care.
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Supports research into the detection, management & treatment of breast cancer.
Funding research into prostate cancer prevention, detection & treatment.
Improving heart health through advances in knowledge & research to beat heart disease.
Our aim is to reduce & eliminate the high incidence of chronic kidney disease and diabetes.
Supports health and wellbeing research & programs for veterans, emergency service personnel and their families.
Driving collaboration, innovation & research to develop best-practice arts, design & health programs.
Supporting world-class stroke research to improve prevention, diagnosis & acute treatment to cure stroke.
Biome Bank is Australia’s first public stool bank, established to treat debilitating bowel conditions and foster research into gut health.
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The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) is proud to be Platinum Partner of the Australian & New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting 2019, held in Adelaide from 13-15 May.
This important meeting brings together hundreds of delegates to discuss innovation in the care of older adults and those in end of life care. It also features updates in cardiovascular and neurological diseases in older patients.
THRF CEO Paul Flynn said geriatric medicine was a really important area of healthcare for THRF.
“We are proud to fund numerous projects in frailty, healthy ageing, palliative care and conditions affecting older adults,” Paul said.
“With one in seven Australians aged over 65, it is important for us to support researchers and clinicians to advance treatments and improve care for the physical, social and mental health of older Australians.”