APPRISE provides ethical leadership in research and emergency preparedness and response such as:
- developing pre-established ethics approvals for urgent research
- researching ethical barriers to policy changes.
- Adaptation of the First Few Hundred protocol for infectious disease events for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations
- Community perspectives on distributing an initially limited supply of vaccines in the event of an influenza pandemic
- Sampling, shipping and serology: a proof of concept study of influenza immunity
- Specimen collection protocols to accompany FF100 enhanced data collection studies
- Hospital infection control: old problem – evolving challenges
- One Health and zoonotic uncertainty in Singapore and Australia: Examining different regimes of precaution in outbreak decision-making
- Why research ethics should add retrospective review
- Ethics of public health surveillance: new guidelines
- Communicable disease surveillance ethics in the age of big data and new technology
- Public preferences for One Health approaches to emerging infectious diseases: A discrete choice experiment
- Stakeholder Consultation Report – Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies: NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence
- Is Australia prepared for the next pandemic?
- Developing research priorities for Australia’s response to infectious disease emergencies