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AHES Research Prize – Nominations extended to 30 April 2019

By |2019-04-04T23:53:51+00:00April 4th, 2019|

The nominations for the AHES prize have been extended to Tuesday 30th April 2019. Please visit our online form to make your nominations. AHES Prize Every two years AHES awards a prize to promote excellence in research by Australasian health economists. Members are encouraged to nominate papers that meet the eligibility criteria which are: published [...]

AHES Research Prize – Nominations close this week

By |2019-03-24T23:51:19+00:00March 24th, 2019|

This is a reminder that nominations for the AHES prize close this Saturday 30th March. Every two years AHES awards a prize to promote excellence in research by Australasian health economists. Members are encouraged to nominate papers that meet the eligibility criteria which are: published in a journal in 2017 or 2018, and with at [...]

Nominations for the AHES Best Research Paper Prize

By |2019-04-04T23:15:16+00:00March 10th, 2019|

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 [...]

Melbourne School of Population and Global Health Short Courses 2018

By |2018-06-30T00:28:26+00:00June 30th, 2018|

Melbourne School of Population and Global Health is running a number of short courses in the second half of 2018 on topics such as: Introduction to Data Linkage for Research Advanced Epidemiology Introduction to Cost Effectiveness Analysis Evaluating public health interventions using economic and epidemiologic methods Practical Methods for Health Economic Evaluation For more information [...]

INSPIRE Magazine Issue 10 – Call for content – The Frontiers Edition

By |2018-06-30T00:27:59+00:00June 30th, 2018|

Research Australia's online magazine INSPIRE, is written by the sector for the sector; providing you and your teams with a vibrant informative and convenient resource about cutting edge Australian research and discovery into disease areas that impact our lives. Sharing your challenges and successes with your colleagues across the whole health and medical research sector serves as an inspiration for future [...]

CHERE Seminar: Cohort effects on the need for health care

By |2018-06-30T00:25:44+00:00June 30th, 2018|

DESCRIPTION CHERE is delighted to welcome Professor Stephen Birch to present a seminar on a new approach to estimate future health care requirements. All are welcome, and afternoon tea will be provided. Please email reception@chere.uts.edu.au with any dietary requirements. To register for the Seminar please visit this webpage. Abstract: Sustainability of publicly-funded health care systems concerns governments [...]

Economic Growth and Inequality in Health and Wellbeing

By |2018-06-10T06:45:57+00:00June 10th, 2018|

MELBOURNE INSTITUTE PUBLIC ECONOMICS FORUM Wednesday 13th Jun 2018 11:30 am - 1:45 pm Hyatt Canberra 120 Commonwealth Ave Yarralumla ACT 2600 The health and wellbeing of individuals play a key role in economic growth and productivity, yet inequalities in health and wellbeing persist. This forum will explore the relationship between economic growth and health [...]

AHES Conference 2018 Expressions of Interest – Health Economics and Planetary Health Session

By |2018-06-10T06:45:20+00:00June 10th, 2018|

Abstracts are invited for a session linking health economics and planetary health and the environment. A broad range of submissions will be welcomed; topics might include areas as diverse as the interface between health economics and environmental economics and/or ecological economics, the economics of environmentally sustainable health systems, economic aspects of the health impacts of [...]

UQ Centre for Health Services Research Seminar “The economics of dementia- Using the economics perspective to reflect on current and future issues in dementia”

By |2018-06-10T06:44:44+00:00June 10th, 2018|

As part of the UQ – Exeter collaboration, the Centre for Health Services Research would like to invite you to a half day seminar on the economics of dementia followed by a panel discussion with International Guest Speaker - Professor Colin Green, University of Exeter, Professor Stephen Birch, Professor Julie Ratcliffe, Kim-Huong Nguyen and Associate [...]

UNSW Business School Seminar: Healthcare Markets: For-profit vs. Nonprofit Hospital Competition

By |2018-06-10T06:44:15+00:00June 10th, 2018|

Seminar: Healthcare Markets: For-profit vs. Nonprofit Hospital Competition Professor Steven Shugan is visiting UNSW Business School in May as part of our Distinguished Scholar scheme. All are welcome to attend the seminar and lunch, details below. Date: Tuesday, 15th May Time: 11 – 12.30pm Venue: Central Lecture Block 1 Join us for a catered lunch [...]

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