A global initiative in improving the quality and safety of allied health care
Our mission is to contribute to better health and wellbeing for all through evidence-based allied health care
iCAHE works locally, nationally and globally to create new knowledge and translate evidence into safe, quality health care. We partner with researchers, clinicians, educators, policy makers, government, industry, professional and consumer groups and the broader community.
iCAHE provides a wide range of tools, services and resources to support health practitioners, service managers, policy makers, consumer representatives and researchers translate evidence into policy and practice.
See the iCAHE 2014 Activity Report
See the iCAHE 2015 Activity Report
What do you know about health and your health records and
what do you need to know?
This survey is exploring how Australians find out about health issues, what sources of information they rely on to support their own healthy behaviours and how that impacts on the way they understand and feel about systems of shared health data.
The survey takes up to X15 minutes to complete.
Take the survey online
If you require a paper copy – e.mail the centre at iCAHE@unisa.edu.au and we will forward a copy
Professional Certificate in Health Consumer Engagement
iCAHE is pleased to announce that from a valued collaboration between the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence, University of South Australia, and Health Consumers Alliance SA, a Professional Certificate in Health Consumer Engagement has been developed. It provides a rare opportunity to learn about health consumer engagement, and making research relevant to consumer evidence consumption and implementation, articulates with the University of South Australia Masters of Health degree (IMHX).
For more information regarding course content, fees, and application forms, please click here. Applications for Course 1 close on Monday, January 30th 2017.
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