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Submission to MRFF

Posted by Haitham Tuffaha on 14 June 2016

The Centre for Applied Health Economics has made a submission to the development of the strategy and priorities of the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF). The $20 billion MRFF was announced in the 2014-2015 Australian Government's budget to support medical research and innovation in Australia. The submission suggested an objective, transparent and practical approach for assessing the value for money of research programs to ensure that research funding is efficient, sustainable, and equitable.

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Assessing the Value of Research

Posted by Haitham Tuffaha on 2 June 2016

Haitham Tuffaha's research on assessing the value of research has been featured in 'Sax Institute Member Profile'.

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Representation at ISPOR Conference Singapore

Posted by Josh Byrnes on 2 June 2016

ISPOR is recognized globally as the leading educational and scientific organization for outcomes research and its use in health care decisions. The Asia-Pacific Conference in Singapore in Sept 2016 will provide a forum for delegates to share their new research, attend a workshop on innovative experiences in outcomes research or debate views on controversial topics in an issue panel session. Congratulations to CAHE's Paul Scuffham for his acceptance on two "issues panels" and to Cindy Mervin, Josh Byrnes, Kim Nguyen, Sanj Kularatna, for acceptance of their abstracts. We encourage people to register and look forward to meeting delegates.

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The CEDRiC Project

Posted by Kim-Huong Nguyen on 19 May 2016

This project is conducted by The University of the Sunshine Coast. Kim's role as health economist is to conduct cost and cost effectiveness analyses. The project aims to strengthen the capacity of the aged care sector to deliver high quality aged care, to improve care for older adults in the Emergency Department and improve interaction between the Residential Aged Care Facility and both primary and secondary healthcare sectors.

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