NHMRC's online magazine 'Tracker' has featured Ten of the Best NHMRC research projects in 2018, which describes ten Australian health and medical research projects chosen from among the thousands of NHMRC funded medical research projects underway in Australia today.
Prof Anne Holland's research on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is featured as one of the 10 best research topics in the NHMRC Tracker publications. The article is titled 'Breathing Easy - Improving access to respiratory disease rehabilitation: benefits and costs of home based pulmonary rehabilitation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease'.
To read more about it in the NHMRC 12th Tracker publication, "Ten of the best research projects - 12th edition", go to NHMRC's online publication 'Tracker' to download the publication.
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