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April 2019

Global Experts Meet on STD-AIDS and Infectious Diseases

April 8 @ 9:00 am - April 9 @ 5:00 pm
Wellington, New Zealand --Choose One-- 6021 New Zealand + Google Map

Conference series invites all the participants across the globe to attend the Global Experts Meeting on STD-AIDS Congress 2019 at Wellington, New Zealand with the special focus on the theme Advancing Innovative Treatments and Therapeutics in Preventing. It will provide an excellent opportunity to meet Researchers, Scientists, Scholars, Experts, Directors, Professors, Associate Professors etc. We believe we have chosen a venue that guarantees a successful scientific Conference.

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The impact of a billing system on healthcare utilization: the case of the Thai Civil Servant Medical Benefit Scheme

April 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
University of Technlology, CB05D.02.20 NSW 2007 Australia + Google Map

This paper examines how outpatient care utilization is affected by a new billing process of the Thai Civil Servant Medical Benefit Scheme. 

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Are we there yet? Scenarios for the New Zealand Health sector

April 17 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
GBLT2, Lecture Theatre 2, Old Govt Building, Pipitea Campus, Old Govt Building, Pipitea Campus
Wellington, New Zealand
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In 1997, a group of health sector leaders developed five scenarios for the New Zealand health sector in 2020. This seminar looks back at the extent to which the signals in these scenarios have come to pass, and whether they have been useful for decision-makers.

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May 2019

Emergency & Trauma Masterclass Series

May 6 @ 8:00 am - May 9 @ 5:00 pm

Alfred Emergency Education is pleased to announce the details of our annual program of continuing medical education events at the beautiful Monash University campus in Prato, just 40 minutes from Florence, Italy. This year we will again offer three stand-alone courses for critical care clinicians looking for development opportunities in management, research and trauma decision-making. The courses are offered in collaboration with Monash University and are designed for a diverse international audience.

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CHERE Seminar – The implications of measuring patient-reported outcomes of elective surgery on policy – A case study from Canada.

May 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
University of Technology Sydney CB05D.02.20

This seminar will be presented by Dr Jason M. Sutherland, Professor in the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research (CHSPR) in the UBC Faculty of Medicine, School of Population and Public Health, and a Scholar of the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. Professor Sutherland has extensive experience in methods, evaluation and health policy.

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The Independent Hospital Pricing Authority’s (IHPA) Activity Based Funding Conference 13-15 May 2019

May 13 @ 8:00 am - May 15 @ 5:00 pm
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Focusing on ‘Activity Based Funding: Cost, value and outcomes’, ABF19 will facilitate discussion among industry leaders, policy makers and healthcare staff from around Australia, and around the world.

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He Tapu Te Whare Tangata (the sacred house of humankind): Research to inform cervical cancer prevention in Aotearoa

May 14 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
GBLT2, Lecture Theatre 2, Old Govt Building, Pipitea Campus, Old Govt Building, Pipitea Campus
Wellington, New Zealand
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  Anna Adcock, Kendall Stevenson, Jane MacDonald Tuesday 14 May, 12.30 – 1.30 pm GBLT2, Lecture Theatre 2, Old Govt Building, Pipitea Campus   Māori women face inequitable and unacceptably high rates of cervical cancer morbidity and mortality. To eliminate disparities, screening must be acceptable and feasible for Māori. HPV testing is new life-saving technology. It is more effective both in detecting pre-cancer changes on the cervix, and in preventing cervical cancer than cytology.  It will in the future replace

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New technologies in health and care: the research and evaluation challenge

May 15
Manchester United Kingdom + Google Map

The rapid pace of new health technologies present opportunities and challenges for health services research. HSRUK's Spring seminar will bring together organisations working on innovations with researchers and policymakers interested in evaluation: with the aim to develop better partnerships and real improvements in patient care.

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CHERE Semnar – Health in virtual reality: Using experimental economics to understand health behaviours – 28 May 2019

May 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
UTS, Building 5D, Level 2, Room 2.20,, 1-59 Quay Street, Haymarket
Sydney , NSW
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June 2019

HSRC Seminar – Strengthening prevention in communities through a systems-change approach:  Lessons from the evaluation of Healthy Families NZ

June 12 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
GBLT3, Lecture Theatre 3,, , Old Govt Building Pipitea Campus, Victoria University,
GBLT3, Lecture Theatre 3, Old Govt Building Pipitea Campus, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
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Dr Anna Matheson, Victoria University of Wellington & Mat Walton, Institute of Environmental Science and Research - Healthy Families NZ is a government funded systems-change focused intervention to prevent chronic diseases being carried out in 10 varied communities.  The initiative aims to strengthen and connect up health promoting environments across the community that enable people to make good food choices, be physically active, smoke-free and free from alcohol-related harm.  The key investment areas are a dedicated systems-thinking and acting health promotion workforce; activating leaders who can influence transformational change; and building on existing prevention activities underway in the community.  This presentation will discuss the findings from the first three years of the evaluation of the Healthy Families NZ.  Including how the initiative design has explicitly taken into account the context of complexity within which it is being implemented.  As well as, how a strong focus within the initiative has developed on action that can accelerate sharing information and practices within communities, and between communities and policy and decision-makers, in an adaptive, responsive and deliberate way.

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