Conferences and Events
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Various Dates

  • Centre for Health Economics - Seminar Series

    Research staff at the Centre for Health Economics, together with visiting and invited researchers, report on methodological issues and results of current research in the health sector. Visitors are welcome, and discussion and debate is encouraged.

    Seminars are generally held once a month, on the first Wednesday of the month, usually between 1.00pm and 2.00pm at the Centre for Health Economics, RB Scotton Room, 2nd Floor, Room 278, Building 75 (The Strip), Clayton Campus.

  • Health Sciences Events - University of Otago, New Zealand

  • The Health Economics Group at the University of Melbourne - Short Courses 2015


    1. Introduction to Cost Effectiveness Analysis in Health. A one-day course that provides policy makers, clinicians, researchers and managers with an understanding of the key concepts, terminology and processes used in economic evaluation of health programs.
    Dates offered: 27th February, 20th April, 7th August and 13th November. Further details and registration links can be found here.

    2. Practical Methods for Health Economic Evaluation. A three-day course aimed at those who are engaging in cost effectiveness analysis, or for those who need a more detailed understanding of the methods used in economic evaluation within their current roles.
    Dates offered: 21st -23rd April. Further details and registration links can be found here.

    3. Designing Economic evaluation alongside trials. A one-day course designed for researchers undertaking clinical studies (including investigators and trial managers) who would like to include an economic evaluation alongside their studies.
    Dates offered: 4th May. Further details and registration links can be found here.

    4. Incorporating Health Economics into Grant Proposals. A half-day course that provides researchers with an overview of the role of health economics in grant proposals, and practical assistance with the health economics paragraphs in grant writing.
    Dates offered: 16th November 2015. Further details and registration links can be found here.

July 2015

  • 3rd Queensland Translating Research Into Practice Symposium

    Friday 17th July 2015, 8:30am to 4:30pm at the Translational Research Institute (TRI) Auditorium, 37 Kent Street, Woolloongabba Qld .

    The Annual QLD TRIP symposium is designed to enhance understanding and collaboration across Queensland in implementation science ensuring that the knowledge we have from the best available research translates effectively into everyday clinical practice and improved health outcomes. The program will feature TRIP experts and novice researchers including 3 minute Thesis presentations from clinician researchers as part of the Mater iResearch course.
    The key themes for the 2015 symposium are:
    • Big data: how have data collections been harnessed to translate research into practice?
    • Big healthcare: how have clinical outcomes been impacted by implementing evidence?
    • Big quality: how has research contributed to increased quality and safety in our health systems?

    Keynote Speakers
    Professor Bill Runciman – University of Adelaide

    Dr David Hansen – Australian e-Health Research Centre

    For more Information contact the Mater Research Development Team:

    TRIP Symposium Flyer

August 2015

  • Resilient Health Care: the move from Safety-I to Safety-II

    Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific Hotel, 55 North Steyne, Manly, Sydney.

    10 August

    This is a one day conference not to be missed and will bring together leading experts in the area of patient safety for an exciting, cutting edge presentation and exploration of the new possibilities of resilient health care and the move from safety-I to safety-II perspectives.

September 2015

  • APAC Forum

    SKY City Convention Centre, Auckland
    23rd - 25th September 2015

    The APAC Forum is Asia-Pacific's premier healthcare conference. The APAC Forum has fast become synonymous with the ideals of quality, innovation and high performance that it incites. It’s more than just another conference. It’s an opportunity to hear the latest thinking from the very best, network widely, and gain direction, inspiration and advice in a high energy, supportive environment.