AHES is excited to announce the winners at the 44th Annual AHES Conference in Adelaide, South Australia: AHES Best Paper: Prof. David W. Johnston: "Who is resilient in a time of crisis? The importance of financial and non-financial resources" published in Health Economics. The best paper presented at AHED: Mr Huan Wang, The University of [...]
Every two years, AHES awards a prize to promote excellence in research by Australasian health economists. The inaugural prize was awarded in 2009, and the past winners of the best research paper prize can be viewed on the website. All eligible papers that are published in Health Economics and the Journal of Health Economics in [...]
The Department of Health and Aged Care is seeking nominations of individuals with expertise in health economics and/or health technology assessment (HTA) who may be suitable to serve on HTA committees supported by the Technology Assessment Access Division, within the Department. This includes the principal Medical Services Advisory Committee and its sub-committees, as well as [...]
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AHES is excited to announce the winners at the 43rd Annual AHES Conference: Policy Impact Prize: Prof Dennis Petrie, Centre for Health Economics, Monash University. AHES Rising Star Award: A/Prof. Bonny Parkinson, Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy Dr. Nathan Kettlewell, Senior Research Fellow, University of Technology Sydney AHES Rising Star Award (runners-up): Dr. [...]
Deakin Health Economics (DHE) has released it's 2022 Newsletter, which is available to browse here. The newsletter will have information about the latest research and activities the DHE research team is involved in.
The July Issue of the Health Economics Unit Newsletter 2022 is now available online . In this newsletter, the Unit highlights some of their recent achievements and the exciting programme of work they have planned forward.
Torrens University Australia, Australia’s fastest-growing university has partnered with Modern Money Lab, an Adelaide-based social enterprise, to launch a unique suite of global economics courses designed to create a new generation of economists who will focus on economics through the lens of sustainability. In September 2022, Torrens University Australia will commence offering the suite of [...]
The AHES Exec has approved the establishment of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and is inviting you to submit a proposal. The aim of SIGs is to connect members of AHES who have a similar research interest, allowing exchange of knowledge, facilitating cooperation on grants, joint conference submissions, submissions to parliamentary inquiries, and meetups (for example an [...]
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