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Baird Institute, The

Contact

Name: Michelle Sloane

Position: Executive Director

Email: info@bairdinstitute.org.au

Address

305/100 Carillon Ave

Newtown

Sydney 2042

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Our Mission / Objective

To improve the care and survival of patients undergoing cardiothoracic procedures through advancements in surgical technique and treatment.

Our primary focus is to encourage and fund research to improve the surgical outcomes and quality of life for patients facing heart or lung surgery. The money raised funds research that directly improves the surgical techniques associated with heart and lung surgery. Improvements can include less intrusive procedures as well as techniques that improve survival rates.

As a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee, The Baird Institute is required to meet a range of state and federal legal obligations which underpin this code of conduct. These obligations include corporations law, fundraising and charitable institutions legislation, privacy legislation, equal employment opportunity principles, occupational health and safety standards, anti discrimination legislation, intellectual property and copyright legislation and other codes of ethics.

Projects in Progress

Neutrophil integrin expression and the post-operative inflammatory response to coronary artery surgery

Inflammation, Coagulation and Off-pump Cardiac Surgery

INR/Warfarin Patient Self-Management Study

Early detection of Vascular Disease

Stop Atrial fibrillation after Revascularisation – Utilising Prevention “START-UP” (pilot)

A Retrospective Review of a single Unit’s Experience of Aortic Arch Replacement: Techniques Used for Cerebral Protection and Associated Stroke Risk * On-X Heart Valve Study

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

38 096 746 806

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

If you are an individual or company that would like to volunteer time or unique services please contact us. Bequests are also an important source of funding for the Institute, so please contact us for information about updating your Will.

General Donations

We are 100% supported by donations so please help by giving what you can. Your support will help us continue our research, improve patient outcomes, and improve the quality of care we deliver to patients. You can donate online now securely through PayPal.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

If you are an individual or company that would like to volunteer time or unique services please contact us. Bequests are also an important source of funding for the Institute, so please contact us for information about updating your Will.

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

To improve the care and survival of patients undergoing cardiothoracic procedures through advancements in surgical technique and treatment.

Our primary focus is to encourage and fund research to improve the surgical outcomes and quality of life for patients facing heart or lung surgery. The money raised funds research that directly improves the surgical techniques associated with heart and lung surgery. Improvements can include less intrusive procedures as well as techniques that improve survival rates.

As a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee, The Baird Institute is required to meet a range of state and federal legal obligations which underpin this code of conduct. These obligations include corporations law, fundraising and charitable institutions legislation, privacy legislation, equal employment opportunity principles, occupational health and safety standards, anti discrimination legislation, intellectual property and copyright legislation and other codes of ethics.

Projects in Progress

Neutrophil integrin expression and the post-operative inflammatory response to coronary artery surgery

Inflammation, Coagulation and Off-pump Cardiac Surgery

INR/Warfarin Patient Self-Management Study

Early detection of Vascular Disease

Stop Atrial fibrillation after Revascularisation – Utilising Prevention “START-UP” (pilot)

A Retrospective Review of a single Unit’s Experience of Aortic Arch Replacement: Techniques Used for Cerebral Protection and Associated Stroke Risk * On-X Heart Valve Study

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

38 096 746 806

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

If you are an individual or company that would like to volunteer time or unique services please contact us. Bequests are also an important source of funding for the Institute, so please contact us for information about updating your Will.

General Donations

We are 100% supported by donations so please help by giving what you can. Your support will help us continue our research, improve patient outcomes, and improve the quality of care we deliver to patients. You can donate online now securely through PayPal.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

If you are an individual or company that would like to volunteer time or unique services please contact us. Bequests are also an important source of funding for the Institute, so please contact us for information about updating your Will.

Our Annual Reports

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