| Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Institute of Academic Surgery
Research within surgery covers a broad range of areas and involves many processes and support structures to be implemented successfully.
The IAS aim to strengthen the capacity of surgical departments to undertake research and is working on a number of key interventions including:
There are three types of research that can be undertaken in surgery. They are:
For more information about these types of research see here.
Please feel free to contact the IAS, for further advice regarding undertaking research in surgery.
Other Associated Research Institutes:
Various research programs rely on patients to be part of research studies. By participating in research, this helps healthcare staff improve their clinical knowledge and better their practice to provide the best care for you and future patients. We highly value and are grateful for our patients' participation and ongoing contribution to surgical research.
Depending on your surgery, you might be asked if you are interested in being part of a research study. All studies are voluntary and we ensure that patients identities are privacy protected.
If you have any questions about our research including involvement in a study, ethics or your rights as a participant you can contact us directly at email@example.com
The Sydney Local Health District (SLHD) also have information here about being a consumer, your rights and how you can assist us with providing the best care possible.