During an infectious disease emergency, APPRISE will coordinate effective research to inform Australia’s response.
Example response activities:
- develop diagnostic tests for new and emerging infections
- ensure appropriate diagnostic tests can be used in remote locations
- begin clinical trials for new treatments and vaccines
- facilitate effective sharing and analysis of research data, working closely with Australian and jurisdictional governments
- collect and store samples from people affected by an infectious disease to understand clinical severity and treatment responses (biobanking)
- clearly communicate research findings to our diverse stakeholders.
- Influenza sero-surveillance at the animal-human interface: a feasibility study in high-risk groups
- Sampling, shipping and serology: a proof of concept study of influenza immunity
- Short PeRiod IncideNce sTudy of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SPRINT-SARI): research preparedness for pandemics
- Sentinel Travellers and Research Preparedness Platform for Emerging Infectious Disease (SETREP-ID)
- ASEAN-Australia Health Security Fellowship Program
- Evaluating video-reflexive methods to improve infection prevention and use of personal protective equipment in Australian hospitals
- Human parechovirus 3 (HPeV3) recombinant strain diversity and severe disease association in Australian outbreaks
- Planning for and responding to pandemic influenza emergencies: it’s time to listen to, prioritize and privilege Aboriginal perspectives
- To follow a rule? On frontline clinicians’ understandings and embodiments of hospital-acquired infection prevention and control rules
- Parechovirus: an important emerging infection in young infants
- 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