MAIC invests directly in research and education projects that aim to eliminate or reduce the causes of motor vehicle crashes and, where this is not possible, ensure those injured are provided with access to appropriate care and rehabilitation to facilitate their recovery.
MAIC’s funding is directed towards a wide range of activities that focus on improving treatment and rehabilitation and encouraging better health outcomes for people injured in road traffic crashes.
Key partnerships include:
- The Recover Injury Research Centre (previously CONROD) at the University of Queensland and Griffith University. Recover focus on research to improve physical, psychological and vocational outcomes for people after injury, particularly for those injured in road traffic crashes.
- The Hopkins Centre at Griffith University and the Metro South Hospital and Health Service. The Hopkins Centre conducts interdisciplinary research that aims to improve disability and rehabilitation practices, and the services and systems that support people living with acquired brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, persistent pain and other lifelong disabilities.
- Spinal Cord Injury Research Project at Griffith University.
Over the past twenty years, MAIC has also funded pilot programs aimed at improving rehabilitation services available to Queenslanders with serious injuries. Currently, funding is directed towards the Transitional Rehabilitation Service which provides patients with access to specialist rehabilitation services to support their transition back into the community.