Alfred joins European Commission in  largest Comparative Effectiveness project in Traumatic Brain Injury patients
In 2013 Professors Jamie Cooper and Russell Gruen joined by invitation, a collaboration of 60 European hospitals in 20 countries, named CENTER-TBI. Funded by the European Commission and lead from Cambridge University and Belgium, this group will conduct the largest Comparative Effectiveness project in Traumatic Brain Injury patients ever. Using sophisticated statistics, large differences in patient outcomes between the many sites will be exploited to determine the most effective therapies and management systems in current practice. In October 2013 the NHMRC funded a linked NHMRC-European Union grant to these investigators at Monash University to support the Alfred’s active participation in CENTER, to support European hospitals participating in an Australian randomised trial in TBI, and for a global knowledge translation hub at the Alfred/NTRI.

Alfred joins European Commission in  largest Comparative Effectiveness project in Traumatic Brain Injury patients

In 2013 Professors Jamie Cooper and Russell Gruen joined by invitation, a collaboration of 60 European hospitals in 20 countries, named CENTER-TBI. Funded by the European Commission and lead from Cambridge University and Belgium, this group will conduct the largest Comparative Effectiveness project in Traumatic Brain Injury patients ever. Using sophisticated statistics, large differences in patient outcomes between the many sites will be exploited to determine the most effective therapies and management systems in current practice. In October 2013 the NHMRC funded a linked NHMRC-European Union grant to these investigators at Monash University to support the Alfred’s active participation in CENTER, to support European hospitals participating in an Australian randomised trial in TBI, and for a global knowledge translation hub at the Alfred/NTRI.

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