Submit Paper to AHED Register for AHED After a successful three years, the Australian Health Economics Doctoral (AHED) Workshop will be once again held in conjunction with the AHES Conference. The Workshop will be at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle on Wednesday 28th September after the AHES Conference on Monday and Tuesday (26th-27th September). Workshop organisers are: Anthony Niu and Claryn Kung (Monash University). The aim of the workshop is to gather health economics PhD students in Australia for an exchange of knowledge with some of the most senior leaders in the field of health economics. SIX research papers of no more than 8000 words in length on any topic in health economics will be competitively selected for inclusion in the program. The first author of each paper must be a PhD student and the student must present work from their PhD. The workshop will follow a presentation and discussion format, where each selected student will present their paper in detail (20 minutes), followed by a commentary led by a prominent researcher in health economics (10 minutes) and general audience discussion (15 minutes). The AHED Workshop Prize for Best Presenter will also be awarded to one of the students for excellence in their oral presentation. The AHED workshop is intended for PhD students only, honours and masters students can attend the workshop but if you would like to present your work you should submit to the AHES main conference instead. Abstract and full paper (max 8000 words, in pdf format) must be submitted via the online AHED abstract submission form by 1 July 2016. For students that would also like to present at AHES main conference, you will need to make a separate submission via the AHES abstract submission page. Please note, for the AHES main conference, you are encouraged to submit a paper from a different project. Papers accepted for presentation at the AHED workshop will only be considered for the AHES main conference after other eligible papers. AHES also offers Student Travel Scholarships to help students attend the conference and the AHED workshop (see eligibility). Please visit the AHED submissions page for more details and to submit your abstract and full paper. All submissions will be reviewed by the Scientific Review Committee, and notifications will be sent to the presenting student no later than 31 July 2016. To Register for the Workshop please go here. There is no registration fee for students participating in the workshop, but students (or the student’s institution) will be responsible for the AHED group dinner (27th September), travel and accommodation costs, and if you choose to attend the AHES Conference, the conference registration and conference dinner fees.