• HSRAANZ Best Phd Student Prize

    31/07/2014 5:45:18 PM

    Applications are invited for the 2014 Best PhD Student Prize. The prize is presented biennially at HSRAANZ Annual General Meeting.

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  • Australia’s Health 2014 report card: experts respond

    25/06/2014 10:13:40 PM

    An article from The Conversation on the key findings of The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s Australia’s Health 2014, released on 25 June.

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  • PHCRIS Research Roundup - Health Information: where do patients obtain it and why does it matter?

    24/06/2014 9:17:01 PM

    This RESEARCH ROUNDup explores recent reports about the ways in which Australians obtain health information, the quality of that information, and reviews the responsibility of GPs in responding and contributing to that information.

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  • The REFinE-PHC Consumer Survey: overview of initial results

    24/06/2014 9:11:34 PM

    REFinE-PHC has issued a Working Paper describing the initial results from a population-based consumer survey conducted using an on-line panel of Australian residents in July 2013. The survey focussed on patient perceptions of GP practice structure, payment methods and patients’ experience of using health care services.

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    16/06/2014 10:20:14 PM

    2014 update of the Commonwealth Fund’s performance report on How the Performance of the U.S. Health Care System Compares Internationally.

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  • Healthcare in Australia 2012-13: Five years of performance

    16/06/2014 10:03:34 PM

    The final COAG report on the National Healthcare Agreement shows that Australians have overall good health and enjoy a high quality healthcare system. However, areas of concern such as obesity and chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes could put strain on our healthcare system and require attention from governments.

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  • Better ways to spend the medical research future fund

    15/05/2014 11:04:43 PM

    An article from the Conversation concerning one of the "few real surprises in the budget ...the creation of medical research future fund." Despite the recommendations of the McKeon Review, 2012-13 Productivity Commission Annual Report and the the recent National Commission of Audit report what is not mentioned is any research into health system changes. "When it comes to improving the health-care system, what’s needed is research that addresses issues that are relevant to current or future policy debates."

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  • Review of Medicare Locals – Final Report

    12/05/2014 6:09:21 PM

    Professor Horvath's report into Medicare Locals recommends that the current system of 61 Medicare Locals be replaced by a smaller number of Primary Health Organisations (PHOs) performing a similar role.

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  • Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Health Economics

    17/08/2014 5:03:00 PM

    An experienced Health Economist is sought to join a team within the Dunedin School of Medicine. This role includes a half-time Confirmation Path Lecturer or Senior Lecturer position within the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine. In addition, up to a further half time role in a new service-based Health Economist position can be negotiated, which will work across the Dunedin School of Medicine.

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  • $50K per annum PhD Scholarships in Health – Data – Policy – Economics

    14/08/2014 8:05:56 PM

    Interested in completing a PhD in health data science, combining disciplinary elements of health policy, health economics, clinical epidemiology, data mining, predictive analytics, network analytics? The Capital Markets CRC’s Health Market Quality Research Program has assembled some of Australia’s leading health policy, health economics and data science researchers together with an impressive array of health industry partners to provide an excellent environment in which to complete your PhD.

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  • QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships

    11/08/2014 10:56:48 PM

    Build a research career with impact. QUT is offering up to 15 Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships (including Health Economics) for leading postdoctoral researchers at Levels B and C on a three-year, fixed-term basis.

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  • Associate Professor or Professor in eHealth, Faculty of Health Sciences

    29/07/2014 9:53:36 PM

    Candidates are sought with expertise in health technology and a thorough understanding of the health system.

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