Optimising the cost-benefits of multidisciplinary, heart disease prevention and management programs

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Brief description As we become older and risk factors such as obesity become more common, our biggest contributor to death and disability, cardiovascular disease (including heart disease), will continue to exert an enormous burden on our health care system and society. We will extend our ground-breaking research on multidisciplinary teams to create new and innovative health care programs to optimise the prevention and management of new heart disease and chronic forms of heart disease.

Funded AUD 4,875,819.97
Short titleOptimising heart disease prevention and management
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1431/12/18

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