For the first time, AHES is running a group mentoring program for PhD student members. The program aims to provide an opportunity for students to explore career pathways after their PhD, with a focus on in academia, government and industry. The program will start in late April 2021 and continue for 6 months. Group meetings [...]
Deakin Health Economics (DHE) has published the second edition of their bi-annual 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.
Deakin Health Economics has launched a new newsletter and website. The newsletter will have information about the latest research and activities the DHE research team is involved in please visit the website. The first edition of the DHE bi-annual newsletter is available to browse here.
The Geneva Associations is pleased to announce a special April 2022 issue of 'The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice' on 'Emerging Health Risks and Insurance'. We encourage you to submit contributions related to the following areas: • Role of insurance in managing pandemic risks • Insurance and the promise of [...]
Health economist Prof John de New from the University of Melbourne is leading a group of health and financial wellbeing researchers to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health, financial wellbeing, subjective wellbeing, and loneliness. Everybody is encouraged to take part in this short 10-minute survey which collects anonymous information from respondents on their experience during the [...]
AHES is excited to announce we will be awarding two prizes this year for the first time. The first new prize will be the inaugural AHES Deeble Scotton Prize for Policy Impact. This prize aims to honour the major impacts on health policy in Australia of John Deeble and Dick Scotton. This Prize will be awarded to [...]
Have you recently helped a loved one decide on an aged care home? Macquarie University’s Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) is seeking people to undertake an online survey, to find out about their experiences and factors they considered when paying for accommodation in an aged care home. To be eligible, you need to be [...]
Researchers at Deakin University are investigating the use of quality assessment checklists for economic evaluations and are hoping members of AHES would consider participating. To participate in this research you must be a health economist, they are looking for a broad range of experience levels. There are two stages to this study, they only ask [...]
The deadline for abstract submission for the 11th Meeting of the International Academy of Health Preference Research in Auckland has been extended until the 25th September 2019. Chaired by Richard De Abreu Lourenço and Elisabeth Huynh, the 11th Meeting will be held at the Clifton Auckland as a forum to present and discuss innovative developments [...]
Launch of New Website: Western Australian Translation and Collaboration in Health Economics (WATCHE)
The RETProgram in collaboration with the Health Economics Enabling Platform of the WAHTN is proud to launch a new resource for the WA community through the launch of a website for the Western Australian Translation and Collaboration in Health Economics (WATCHE) network. WATCHE'S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE A PLATFORM TO SUPPORT CAPACITY BUILDING IN HEALTH [...]