AHES is excited to announce the winners at the 42nd Annual AHES Conference:
AHES Best paper:
Prof Lisa Cameron:
“Sanitation, financial incentives and health spill overs: A cluster randomised trial” published in the Journal of Health Economics.
Best presentations at the AHES conference:
Dr Long Le, Deakin Health Economics, Deakin University, "Quality appraisal checklist for economic evaluations: what are health economists thinking about?"
Ms Elena Keller, UNSW, "Does fertility treatment provide good value for money? A cost-benefit analysis"
Dr Rachel Knott, Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, "The impacts of drought on mental health care usage in Australia"
Best paper presented at AHED:
Ms Aarushi Dhingra, The University of Queensland, "Measuring Inequity in Less Utilised Health Services"
Congratulations to all awardees!