Research Impact: Valuing health for better decision making - CAHE among he world's leading research organisations.
CAHE delivers essential research, informing the allocation of $2.33 billion in federal government expenditure between 2011 and 2016. Read more here https://app.secure.griffith.edu.au/news/2019/04/01/research-impact-valuing-health-for-better-decision-making/
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As a reflection of the strength of CAHE's contribution, our research and its impact have been recognised in the 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) evaluation. CAHE's research was ranked at world standard (ERA 3) in the field of Applied Economics (1402), reflecting the volume of high quality research undertaken by the team. Details released 25/3/19.
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Congratulations to Centre for Applied Health Economics staff members, Professor Paul Scuffham and Professor Shu-Kay Ng, who are also part of the Cancer Survivorship Collaborative Research Group, for their recent Vice Chancellor's Research Excellence Award in the "Research Group or Team" category. The annual Vice Chancellor's Research Excellence Awards celebrate the University's research achievements and acknowledges the achievements of outstanding individual researchers and research groups.
Cancer Survivorship Collaborative team members include Professor Suzanne Chambers, Professor Tamara Ownsworth, Associate Professor Stefano Occhipinti, Professor Paul Scuffham, Professor Shu-Kay (Angus) Ng and Professor David Shum, Menzies Health Institute Queensland.
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This recently published article on coaching patients has been made into a YouTube video by The American Journal of Medicine.
This article, "Coaching Patients Saves Lives and Money" written by Josh Byrnes, Thomas Elliott, Margarite Vale, Michael Jelinek and Paul Scuffham, shows the benefits of the COACH Program which is the only disease management program to show that coaching focused on closing the treatment gap has significantly reduced mortality.
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