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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HSRAANZ Blog
    • 26 JUL 16

    The changing role of community pharmacists

    Professor Jackie Cumming from Victoria University of Wellington has received a $1.2 million project grant from the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC) to explore the effects of changes to community pharmacy services in New Zealand, particularly the emphasis on extending the role of pharmacists.

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    • 14 JUL 16

    Public consultation on the Structural Review of NHMRC’s Grant Program

    The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is inviting comment on the Structural Review of NHMRC’s Grant Program. The HSRAANZ will be preparing a response to the consultation questions and views and comments to inform the response are welcomed and should be sent to sarah.green@chere.uts.edu.au.

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    • 12 JUL 16

    HSRAANZ Webinar Series – Strategies to implement evidence: audit and feedback 27 July at 12pm (GMT+10:00)

    Evidence-based healthcare relies on the use of the best available evidence in healthcare. This often requires a change in the way care is delivered, and change can be difficult. This presentation by Associate Professor Zachary Munn from the Joanna Briggs Institute will describe methods for evidence implementation, with a focus on audit and feedback as a mechanism to change and improve practice.

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  • Journal Article of the Month

    journalsGeneral Practitioners' prescribing of lipid-lowering medications for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, 2001-2014.

    Amal N Trivedi, Allan J Pollack, Helena C Britt, Graeme C Miller, Christopher Harrison and Margaret A Kelaher

    Med J Aust 2015; 203 (10): 407.  doi:10.5694/mja15.00693

     

     

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