Identifying an Appropriate Research Question

Online

Identifying an Appropriate Research Question 9AM EDT/ 8AM CDT/ 2PM BST/ 9PM HKT/ 11PM AEST This webinar explores how to identify an appropriate research question. Choosing a research question can depend on topic, location, intended audience (universities, government, funders, industry), and whether the research question is for a PhD, or for a grant. Our three [...]

AHES Speed Mentoring Workshop

Online

The AHES Mentoring Committee is holding the annual AHES Speed Mentoring Workshop for students, Early Career Researchers/Academics (ECR/ECAs) and Mid-Career Researchers (MCRs) working in health economics in Australia through an online forum. This workshop will include the following sessions: Dr Chris Schilling on "Career pathways outside of academia: Building a health economics career in industry [...]

Introduction to Health Economic Evaluation

Macquarie University, City campus

Are you a #policymaker, #researcher, or work in #health and want to know more about health economic evaluation? The Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) will be running an in-person short introductory course on Health Economic Evaluation on September 9th . The course will introduce attendees to key concepts used in the economic evaluation of health [...]

Changes in the assessment of medicines at NICE (England) and relevance to Australia

Online

Registration:      https://macquarie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TCKwFtWTSTSjrY4wc0QMOA      Date:                   Wednesday, 14 September, 2022 Time:                  5pm to 7pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) / 8am to 10am British Summer Time (BST)   The Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) will run a webinar on 14th September 2022 on the recent changes in the assessment of medicines at the National Institute for [...]

11th Annual Australian Health Economics Doctoral Workshop

The University of Queensland, Brisbane

The Australian Health Economics Society (AHES) is pleased to announce that the Australian Health Economics Doctoral (AHED) Workshop will be once again held in conjunction with the AHES Conference in Brisbane. The aim of the workshop is to gather PhD students in health economics for an exchange of knowledge with some of the most senior [...]

43rd Annual AHES Conference

Brisbane, Queensland

The Australian Health Economics Society (AHES) looks forward to welcoming you to the 43rd Annual AHES conference on the 20th and 21st of September 2022, to be held at the Brisbane Marriott Hotel.   Abstract Submissions Abstracts are invited for: Oral presentations Organised sessions (90 minutes per session, consisting of 3 to 4 papers with [...]

ANZ-Melbourne Institute Health Sector Report Launch

Online

About this event How have private medical practices been impacted by the recent pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing competition and costs within the sector? How is the financial health of the sector? What are the trends and implications of these on costs, quality and access to care? At this event, prominent researchers [...]

Improving quality and choice in aged care

University of Melbourne 198 Berkeley Street, Carlton, Victoria

The Australian government spent approximately $21.5 billion on aged care in 2019-20. Despite spending more each year, the quality of aged care hasn't improved in Australia. The 2021 Final Report of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety found that previous aged care reforms failed to meet the needs of older citizens. Our [...]

ANZ-Melbourne Institute Health Sector Report launch

Online

ANZ-Melbourne Institute Health Sector Report Launch Trends in the structure and financial health of private medical practices in Australia Wednesday 12 October 2022, 12:00–1:00 PM (AEDT), online event   Register now   How have private medical practices been impacted by the recent pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing competition and costs within the [...]

Workshop on Disadvantage and Health

Monash University Caufield Campus Monash University Caufield Campus, Building H Level 8 Pavilion, 900 Dandenong Road, Caufield East, Victoria

About this event Keynote presentations: Dr Sarah Hinde (Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care) Using evidence and an equity lens in mental health policy to improve outcomes for Australians.   Professor Martin Knapp (London School of Economics) and Associate Professor Gloria Wong (University of Hong Kong) Adulthood consequences of mental illness in the [...]

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