Public hospital service research activities cluster
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Set Specification|
|Registration status:||Health, Standard 17/10/2018|
Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Standard 27/11/2017
|DSS type:||Data Element Cluster|
The Public hospital service research activities cluster describes information relating to the research infrastructure, capability and activity within a public hospital service.
Research refers to the activities undertaken in a public health service where the primary objective is the advancement of knowledge that ultimately aims to improve consumer and patient health outcomes and/or health system performance. The activity must be undertaken in a structured and ethical way, be formally approved by a research governance or ethics body, and have potential for application outside of the health service in which the activity is undertaken.
For activity based funding purposes, the definition of research relates to the public health service’s contribution to maintain research capability, excluding the costs of research activities that are funded from a source other than the state or territory or provided in kind.
Collection and usage attributes
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The Public hospital service research activities cluster comprises three data elements that provide information on the number of full-time equivalent research directorate staff, number of peer reviewed articles published and number of approved research projects.
Source and reference attributes
Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
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Supersedes Public hospital service research activities cluster Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Superseded 27/11/2017
|Implementation in Data Set Specifications:|
All attributes +
Hospital teaching, training and research activities NBEDS 2018-19 Health, Superseded 17/10/2018
Hospital teaching, training and research activities NBEDS 2019-20 Health, Superseded 18/12/2019
Hospital teaching, training and research activities NBEDS 2020–21 Health, Standard 18/12/2019