Practical Creation & Management of Discrete Choice Experiments for Health Valuation Studies - Ben White, Partner SurveyEngine GmbH (Germany)

Excellent Scientific Writing - Associate Professor Liz Tynan PhD, James Cook University Graduate Research School,

An Introduction to Health Services Research - 17 April 2018

Why do so many technology projects in healthcare fail? A new framework for studying the non-adoption, abandonment and failure of scale-up, spread and sustainability (NASSS) of health and care technologies.

What role does performance information play in securing improvement in healthcare?A conceptual framework for levers of change.

Futile treatment and why doctors provide it to patients at the end of life? some empirical findings.

Conclusions versus Decisions in Quantitative Research

Weekend allied health services in rehabilitation

The Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice

Bleeding hearts, profiteers or both? Understanding doctors' fees in an unregulated market.

Needs must: Changing the focus of workforce planning models

Understanding the potential of telehealth for people in remote locations

Developing primary care that is fit for the future: cross-country comparisons

Choosing Wisely – where we came from, where we are going and why we need you.

Strategies to implement evidence: audit and feedback

Commissioning health care in Australia – reflecting on Primary Health Networks.

Obesity and General Practice

Improving health systems - the role of design thinking and operations research

Priority setting and resource allocation in health care: lessons learned and future steps

What Keeps You Strong? Contributing to a Research Program Aimed at Supporting the Wellbeing of Older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Academic-health service partnerships as a translational strategy: panacea or placebo?

Policy Based barriers and enablers to high quality health care provision in aged care settings

Why hospital standardised mortality ratios should be avoided

Social media for health services research: what works and what doesn’t? TWITTER.

Social media for health services research: what works and what doesn’t? TWITTER.