• 05 FEB 18

    12 Week Online Course in Health Economic Evaluation & Decision Making

    The School of Public Health, University of Adelaide is offering a 12 week online course in Health Economic Evaluation & Decision Making, during the March-June 2018 (midyear break).

    An introduction to the principles of assessing health technologies’ and services’ economic value—an important element of the justification of funding decisions throughout the health care system.

    Health economic evaluation provides a critical basis for assessing the value of health technologies and services. It is increasingly used to inform funding decisions for not only new health technologies but broader services across the entire health care system.
    It is also an expected component of most health-related research grant applications, making greater knowledge and experience of health economic evaluation vitally important for researchers.

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    • 11 JAN 18

    New resource – HealthCentral.nz – health sector news, information, opinion and discussion

    HealthCentral.nz harnesses the collective depth and breadth of New Zealand Media and Entertainment’s (NZME) health content from market-leading and award-winning websites and publications, such as NZHerald.co.nz, Newstalkzb.co.nz, Nursing Review, INsite and NZME’s regional daily newspapers.

    In addition, HealthCentral.nz provides unique opinion pieces from some of New Zealand’s most high-profile thought leaders, including health researchers and commentators, policy makers, union leaders, and peak body organisations.

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    • 12 DEC 17

    A Wrap from our President

    An end of year wrap from HSRAANZ President, Jonathon Karnon on our recent and planned activities. Don’t forget to join/renew your HSRAANZ membership for what should be an exciting year ahead for health services research.

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    • 11 DEC 17

    View our latest webinar

    “What role does performance information play in securing improvement in healthcare? A conceptual framework for levers of change.” Presented by Dr Dr Jean-Frédéric Levesque and Dr Kim Sutherland.

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Member Profile

Our latest member interview is with Hamish Robertson, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Services Management, Faculty of Health, UTS.  Hamish's research interests are health and medical geography in the fields of health, ageing and disability.

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