Quality Use of Medicines: Ensuring Australians use medicine wisely
QUMMap News
  • New! You can now search the QUMmap by the researchers and project officers associated with each project. You can do this in the search field here on the Home Page or you can search for specific people using the Advanced Search facility.
  • The QUM Resources page has been updated. It now has links to 37 sites with QUM information!
  • The QUMmap has 52 new registered users in 2011, and over 350 new projects have been added in 2010/2011.
Mapping Quality Medicine Use Initiatives

The aim of QUMMAP is to provide a comprehensive map of current major quality use of medicines (QUM) initiatives in Australia. The QUMmap provides information on existing resources, expertise and complementary work for people working in the QUM area.

Use the menu to browse the project database or to search for specific types of project.

Contributions are sought from any investigator involved in activities that aim to improve the way people use medicines, or improve the management of conditions that require medications. Projects or activities eligible for inclusion in the database are those that have, or include as a major component, a focus on improving or supporting the quality of medication use in Australia.

Contact QUMMAP for more information.

QUMMAP was developed with funding from the

Department of Health and Aging

Enter a project keyword to search the projects database.
Contribute to QUMMAP

Registered users login to add a project. New users create an account first.
The QUMMAP site is administered by the following people:
Professor Susan Tett
Assoc Prof Greg Monteith
Professor Carl Kirkpatrick
Assoc Prof Elizabeth Roughead
Page last modified 20th October 2011