A diagram of how InterRAI fits into the AMI Network can be viewed here.
InterRAI is an international collaborative of scientists and clinicians that aspires to improve the quality and efficiency of care delivery in services to older and disabled persons.
InterRAI is a collaborative network of researchers in over 30 countries committed to improving health care for persons who are elderly, frail, or disabled. Their goal is to promote evidence-based clinical practice and policy decisions through the collection and interpretation of high quality data about the characteristics and outcomes of persons served across a variety of health and social services settings.
The Australian interRAI Coordinating Centre operates from the Academic Unit in Geriatric Medicine at The University of Queensland and provides information and resources in relation to interRAI instruments, for organisations using or considering their use in Australia.
AMI and InterRAI work collaboratively on a number of projects and have a view to extend those collaborations internationally from 2007-2017.