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About the HSRAANZ

Founded in 2001, the Health Services Research Association of Australia & New Zealand (HSRAANZ) supports and promotes the conduct and dissemination of applied research to improve the delivery and organisation of health services in Australia and New Zealand. With a wide range of individual and corporate members from universities, research centres, government departments, independent government agencies, and consumer groups the Association bridges the gap between research and policy, as well as reflecting consumer issues. We also have two special interest groups, focussing on Emerging Researchers and Indigenous Health Services Research, both of which have a prominent role at our main conference. [read more]
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Our latest interview is with Nadine Hillock, a PhD candidated atUniversity of Adelaide.  Nadine's research is investigating alternative regulatory and funding models for antimicrobial drugs in Australia.

Nadine worked in a number of clinical roles as a pharmacist, before moving to positions in State Government (SA Health), including managing the SA Medicines Evaluation Panel (SAMEP) where she won an SA Health award for ‘Excellence in non-clinical services’ for our work evaluating the cost-effectiveness of non-PBS high cost medicines used in public hospitals.

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    • 04 APR 18

    Victoria University of Wellington launches Faculty of Health.

    Victoria University of Wellington has officially launched its newest faculty, the Faculty of Health.

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    • 04 APR 18

    Nuffield Trust Report – Managing the hospital and social care interface: interventions targeting older adults

    This report from the Nuffield Trust explores the actions and strategies that providers and commissioners have put in place to improve the interface between secondary and social care, with a focus on what hospitals can do.

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    • 28 MAR 18

    View the recording of our latest webinar

    The recording of our latest webinar is now available to view.

    Professor Trish Greenhalgh  – “Why do so many technology projects in healthcare fail? A new framework for studying the non-adoption, abandonment & failure of scale up, spread & sustainability (NASSS) of heath & care technologies.

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    • 27 MAR 18

    HSRAANZ Webinar – Introduction to Health Services Research, 17 April

    This one-hour webinar, presented by the Executive Committee of the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand is aimed at people who have heard of health services research, but don’t have a clear view of what it is and how it relates to policy and practice.

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    • 27 MAR 18

    The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) and Health Systems Improvement and Sustainability 

    The HSRAANZ is continuing to engage with the NHMRC Advanced Health Research and Translation Centres (AHRTCs) to ensure it has a role in promoting and supporting the conduct of high quality health services research through the MRFF.    The nine Advanced Translation centres have established an Australian Health Research Alliance (AHRA), which has been tasked by the MRFF to develop national frameworks for systems change.  Association representatives met last week with Chris Levi  from the Alliance to discuss this work and how HSRAANZ members can get involved.

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    • 27 MAR 18

    HSRAANZ Webinar Library

    Dd you know that you can view recordings of all past HSRAANZ webinars.  

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    • 15 MAR 18

    Refugee health – collaborating for better outcomes

    Papers in this current issue of Public Health Research & Practice include research on the experiences of asylum seeker patients living in the community; a perspective that describes the urgent need for more integrated health services for refugees; and an interview with Professor Peter Shergold, the Coordinator General for Refugee Resettlement in NSW, who identifies priorities for the successful settlement of refugees in Australia.

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    • 06 MAR 18

    Consultation on New Zealand Health Priorities

    The HRC is seeking input, via a short survey, on its proposed process for setting national priorities for health research investment in New Zealand. The survey is available until Monday 19 March.

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