Participants attending the recent Breakfast Conversation at Flinders in the City came with more than a hunger for coffee and bagels. They were looking to talk about better ways for consumer perspectives to inform research directions. Feedback suggests these expectations were rewarded… moreRead more →
Development of a health research strategy is a key recommendation of the just completed review of the New Zealand Health Research Council (HRC).
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce and Health Minister Jonathan Coleman say a new health research strategy will be developed to focus and align the economic and health goals of the health research sector. “A health research strategy is needed to focus and align the twin economic and health goals of New Zealand’s health researchRead more →
HCF Catalyst is offering up to $150,000 investment Applications close 27th Nov 2015. More InformationRead more →
Members of the HSRAANZ are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting which will be held at 5.00pm on Tuesday 8 December 2015 at the Health Services and Policy Research Conference in Room 106, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. A notice, agenda, 2014 AGM minutes and Special Resolution for a change to the constitution have been sent toRead more →
HSRAANZ member Phillip Haywood has won the inaugural Implementation Science Community of Practice TCRC session prize at the 2015 Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference
His presentation – “Do we need a new system to price oncology pharmaceuticals?” – is available on the Cancer Institute NSW’s website at www.cancerinstitute.org.au/events/i/2015-innovations-in-cancer-treatment-and-care-conference. Philip is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation. http://www.uts.edu.au/staff/phillip.haywwodRead more →
Congratulations to Sallie Pearson who has recently taken up a role at the newly established Centre for Big Data Research in Health (CBDRH) at the UNSW Medicine, University of New South Wales.
The UNSW CBDRH, established (led) by Professor Louisa Jorm, is a world-first research centre that aims to tackle health issues that can be informed through research using large-scale electronic data. The Centre has broad expertise that spans multiple health domains and long-standing expertise in thematic areas corresponding to its four research units: Health Services and OutcomesRead more →
Congratulations to leading mental health researchers from Orygen recognised with international Outstanding Achievement awards
Congratulations to leading researchers at Professor Patrick McGorry AO, Professor Michael Berk and Associate Professor C. Barnaby Nelson from Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health (one of the HSRAANZ’s corporate members) who were formally recognised for their outstanding work in the field of mental health research, by a prestigious USA-based funding organisation,Read more →
The New Zealnd Ministry of Health has annonced plans for consultation on a draft update of the Health Strategy and a Roadmap of Actions from next Tuesday, 27 October 2015 The Ministry will consult on the draft update of the Health Strategy for six weeks from 27 October to 4 December 2015. The draft update ofRead more →
Alison Pearce who has just been awarded a UTS Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowship talks about her experience undertaking her post-doc at the National Registry in Ireland.
I was excited, but nervous when I decided to do a post-doc overseas. Having been in Ireland for two years now, I’m so glad I took the plunge. As I approached the end of my PhD at CHERE I started looking for post-docs in cancer health economics and decided to look in Sydney and overseas.Read more →
Congratulations to Dr Alison Pearce, who has been awarded a prestigious UTS Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.
Congratulations to Dr Alison Pearce, who has been awarded a prestigious UTS Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. Alison will return to the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) at UTS in May 2016 to conduct research on ‘The true costs of cancer – health economics to optimise healthcare funding decisions.’ Her work will lookRead more →