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Early Career Research Grant

Dr Sally Havers – Herston Infectious Diseases Institute, QLD Health – $12,000

“Investigating hospital acquired infection surveillance activities-perspectives of infection control practitioners in Queensland public hospitals”

Dr Matt Mason – University of the Sunshine Coast – $11,584

“An Investigation of Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Professionals’ experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Global Perspective”

Seed Research Grant

Dr Nahid Choudhury – Swinburne University of Technology- $15,000

“Improving Decontamination Practices for needleless connectors: A Bench to Bedside Approach to enhance patient safety”


Early Career Research Grant

  • $11,930.00 Dr Gemma L Saravanos, University of Sydney and the Children’s Hospital at Westmead
    “Paediatric RSV-HAI Surveillance Pilot ”

Seed Grant

  • $6,844.20 Dr Amanda Corley, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Griffith University
    “Vascular haemodialysis catheters in the intensive care: a survey of bedside maintenance practices to address high infection rates and catheter failure”

Early Career Research Grant

  • Dr Gillian Ray-Barruel
    “I-DECIDED: a clinical decision making tool for improving peripheral intravenous catheter assessment and safe removal in hospitals.”
    A link to the project can be found here:

Early Career Research Grant

  • $12,000 Ms Julie Flynn, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
    “Evaluating effective decontamination methods for needleless connectors: A pilot randomised control study”

Seed Grant

  • $7,625, Ms Oyebola Fasugba,  School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (Signadou Campus), Faculty of Health Sciences, Australian Catholic University
    “A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effectiveness of antiseptics for meatal cleaning for the prevention of urinary tract infections associated with indwelling urinary catheters”

Seed Grant

  • $10,145, Dr Peta-Anne Zimmerman, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Griffith University
    “No time for losers: producing infection control champions in the healthcare setting”