Australian Bronchiectasis Registry
The Australian Bronchiectasis Registry is a non-commercial research project that has been initiated by a group of Australian Respiratory Specialist doctors together with Lung Foundation Australia.
The main aims of this registry are to identify and collect health information from patients with non-Cystic Fibrosis (non-CF) Bronchiectasis for doctors to research the causes and to improve treatments. Ultimately, we want to discover a cure or vaccination for this debilitating disease which affects both children and adults.
Australian Bronchiectasis Registry (ABR) Project Manager, Dan Jackson
|Adding New Patients to Registry|
Patients seen at the participating healthcare centres are screened and invited to participate by the Principal Investigator and his or her colleagues. A broader roll-out of registrations from a mix of metropolitan, rural and remote healthcare centres in Australia is planned to commence in 2018.
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