Have you ever wanted to learn more about health services research? What is it? Why is it important? What methods are used? Where and when is it conducted? What relevance does it have to policy and practice?
Maybe you are already looking at research questions related to health care cost, quality and service delivery but not identifying it as health services research?
This one-hour webinar, presented by the Executive Committee of the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand is aimed at people who have heard of health services research, but don't have a clear view of what it is and how it relates to policy and practice.
HSR in practice – Katherine Harding, Allied Health Clinical Research Office at Eastern Health (supported by Tilley Pain & Laura Wilkinson-Meyers)
HSR in hospital policy – Jon Karnon, Health economist, University of Adelaide
HSR in primary care policy – Jackie Cumming, Director of the Health Services Research Centre, Victoria University Wellington
HSR in commissioning in primary care – Suzanne Robinson, discipline leader for Health, Policy and Management, Curtin University