Australian Medical Research and Innovation - Five Year Strategy

June 2016

HSRAANZ Submission

Celebrating6

Celebrating the Achievements of Health Services Research in Australia and New Zealand 2001-2011

This publication represents the tangible celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand. Bringing together a set of papers looking back over the past 10 years in terms of both research and policy seems a fitting means of commemoration for an Association whose purpose is to facilitate communication across researchers, and between researchers and policymakers, to promote education and training in health services research, and to ensure sustainable capacity in health services research in Australia and New Zealand.

Full Report

NHMRC Public Consultation - Principles of Peer Review

February 2013

Full Report

Submission to the Strategic Review of Health and Medical Research - Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand.

October 2012

Full Report

 

Submission to the Strategic Review of Health and Medical Research - Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand.

March 2012

Full Report

 

Facilitating Access to Routine Data for Research Benefiting Australian People

 ASSA

 

Full Report

National health reform needs strategic investment in health services research

Jane P Hall and Rosalie C Viney

Med J Aust 2008; 188 (1): 33-35.
 
Abstract
  • With new funding for the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to provide an evidence base for policy and practice reform, it is timely to revisit Australia’s recent experiences with health services research and policy development.

  • We provide a broad review of the contribution of Australian health services research to the development of health policy over the past 20 years.

  • We conclude that three preconditions are necessary to influence policy:

    • political will;

    • sustained funding to encourage methodological rigour and build decisionmakers’ confidence; and

    • the development of sufficient capacity and skills.

https://www.mja.com.au/journal/2008/188/1/national-health-reform-needs-strategic-investment-health-services-research

Assessing the capacity of the health services research community in Australia and New Zealand

  • Jane Pirkis1Email author,
  • Sharon Goldfeld2, 3,
  • Stuart Peacock4,
  • Sarity Dodson1, 5,
  • Marion Haas6,
  • Jackie Cumming7, 8,
  • Jane Hall6 and
  • Amohia Boulton9
Australia and New Zealand Health Policy20052:4  DOI: 10.1186/1743-8462-2-4

Link

The conclusions of a web-based survey was administered to members of the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ) and delegates of the HSRAANZ's Third Health Services Research and Policy Conference.