Webinar Library

24 July 2020– National and International Models of Integrated Care for Child Health: what have we learnt?

HSRAANZ Webinar 18 June 2020 – Evaluation of the appropriateness and quality use of pathology in Australian general practice. Prof Andrew Georgiou, AIHI.

Telehealth in the post-COVID era. Len Gray, Director of UQ Centre for Health Services Research and Prof of Geriatric Medicine

HSRAANZ Webinar Series - Real World Cost Effectiveness of Mandatory Folic Acid Fortification of Bread Making Flour in Australia, Presented by Sopany Saing (CHERE) 7 May 2020

HSRAANZ Webinar Series – Decision making about polypharmacy: the attitudes and experiences of older adults and their companions - Kristie Weir, Sydney School of Public Health, The University of Sydney, 31 March 2020

Reducing preterm birth for First Nations babies through implementation of a Birthing on Country service. Prof Sue Kildea and Kristie Watego-Ivory – 23 March 2020

How to successfully navigate peer review with your work and esteem intact. A/Prof Nick Hopwood, 5 March 2020

What is Health Services Research? Keynote speakers from the 10th Health Services Research Association discuss what HSR means to them.

How does the cost of medicines to patients influence the use of guidelines-based medicines for asthma in Australia? Tracey Laba, A/Professor, CHERE, UTS 15 August 2019 at 11:00am Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra

The crisis in health and medical statistics - Prof Adrian Barnett, 1 August 2019

The long road to pharmacy reform in Australia - Dr Stephen P King, Productivity Commission, 2 July 2019

The Local Level Evaluation of Healthcare in Australia - presented by Prof Andrew Searles and Ms Penny Reeves - 27 May 2019

Alternative Career Paths for Health Services Researchers

Two staticical examples for evaluating natural policy experiments in public h ealth - Heather Brown, Snr Lecturer in Health Economics, Newcastle University, UK

Cost-effectiveness analysis of germ-line BRCA testing in women with breast cancer and cascade testing in family members of mutation carriers - Dr Haitham Tuffaha 21 March 2019

Developing and applying measures of low-value care in NSW public hospitals Presented by Tim Badgery-Parker, Menzies Centre for Health Policy - 5 March 2019

HSRAANZ Webinar – Lessons for engagement from the MABEL Survey - Prof Anthony Scott - 29 Feb 2019

Assessing and managing rehabilitation needs of people with stroke in Australia - Dr Elizabeth Lynch - 31 january 2019

HSRAANZ Webinar – Productivity losses due to premature mortality from cancer in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) - Dr Alsion Pearce 13 December 2018

HSRAANZ Webinar - Designing Evidence-Informed and Cost-Effective Primary Health Services 17 October 2018

HSRAANZ Webinar – Primary Care Stepping Up (2): a strory of the early adopters. Presented by Dr Lesley Middleton and Phoebe Dunn 15 October 2018

HSRAANZ Webinar - Balancing a Health Services Research Career with Family Life. Presented by Professor Julie Ratcliffe on 11 October2018

HSRAANZ Webinar – Primary Care Stepping Up: learning and outcomes from the New Zealand Health Care Home Programme - Helen Parker, Director, Pinnacle Ventures and Health Care Home Strategic Lead - 17 September 2018

Improving the Delivery of Value-Based Personalized Cancer Care Services: Linking HTA and Health Services Research. Maarten J. IJzerman, VCCC Professor and Head of Cancer Health Services Research in the School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne - 5 September 2018

Health Care Regulation: Time for a Fundamental Reset? Steven Lewis, President, Access Consulting Ltd.

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. Trish Greenhalgh Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences and Fellow of Green Templeton College at the University of Oxford.

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.

An introduction to the GRADE approach in systematic reviews and guideline development - A/Prof Zachary Munn

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.

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