Current & Recent Projects 

  • A randomised controlled trial of deprescribing to optimise medical therapy for frail older people (Opti-Med study)
  • A randomised controlled trial of a novel web-based multimodal training program for children and adolescents with Cerebral Palsy (MiTii)
  • A workplace-based exercise intervention to prevent and reduce the economic and personal burden of non-specific neck pain in the office personnel
  • An economic analysis of a Speech Pathology telehealth service for head and Neck Cancer patient support
  • Are Physiotherapy led screening clinics cost effective in improving orthopaedic outpatient services?
  • What is the effect of an antenatal midwife-led psycho-education intervention in reducing childbirth related fear in women reporting a high level of fear? (BELIEF)
  • Clinical assessment of a predictive pharmacokinetic program for individualised vancomycin dosing in paediatrics
  • Consumer perspective on chronic illness and treatment burden
  • Consumer preferences for the delivery of a novel teledermoscopy intervention for screening individuals at an increased risk of melanoma
  • Economic analysis of the social costs of skin cancer in NSW and the cost effectiveness of mass media skin cancer campaigns
  • Economic assessment of treatment in advanced ovarian cancer
  • Economic modelling of healthcare services for prostate cancer
  • Economic studies regarding sun and health - skin cancers and Vitamin D deficiency
  • Engaging the public in healthcare decision making: Quantifying preferences for healthcare through Citizens' Juries
  • Evaluation of the North Queensland Community Rehabilitation Service
  • External Evaluations of Submissions to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC)
  • Impact of population-based disease management services on cost and hospitalisation for privately insured Australians with selected chronic conditions
  • Improving access to psychological services for people with cancer: a randomised control trial of an interactive web-based intervention
  • Improving outcomes in high-risk cancer populations: evaluation of a structured intervention for head and neck cancer survivors: a randomised trial
  • Integration of risk evaluation in Cardiovascular Disease management programs
  • Investigating the causes of stillbirths: a prospective cohort study examining the use and effectiveness of a comprehensive investigation protocol
  • Measuring time and risk preferences
  • NBN diabetes project
  • Nursing interventions for hospitalised patients
  • Optimising heart disease prevention and management
  • Panel provider of services to the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC)
  • Patients' preference for participation in patient safety activities
  • Preferences for delivery of a community rehabilitation service: Qualitative interview and development of a Discrete Choice Experiment
  • Preventing bone and muscle injury during Army recruit training
  • Promoting activity for frail aged in post-acute hospital settings: a randomised controlled trial of Accelerometry
  • Promoting postpartum wellbeing and confidence: development and evaluation of screening and intervention for both parents using Internet and text messages
  • Reducing Inequality in Heart Disease
  • Services for the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme Medicines Review Panel
  • Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI)
  • The cost-effectiveness and consumer acceptability of taxation strategies to reduce rates of overweight and obesity amongst children in Australia
  • The financial implications for treatment of prostate cancer
  • The Management to Optimise Diabetes and mEtabolic syndrome Risk reduction via Nurse-led intervention (MODERN) Study
  • The role of health and social consciousness in predicting health care preferences of the public and decision-makers
  • The Work Outcomes Research Cost-Benefit Project
  • Tissue Doppler Evaluation of Diastolic Dysfunction in Emergency Department Acute Coronary Syndromes (The TEDDy-ED pilot study)
  • TLC Diabetes Telephone-Linked Care system in Diabetes Management
  • Which Heart failure Intervention is most Cost effective in reducing hospital care (WHICH? 2 Trial): A multicentre, randomised trial of standard versus intensified management of metropolitan and regional-dwelling patients with heart failure
  • Validation of a Discrete Choice Experiment to measure and compare client and carer preferences for delivery of a community rehabilitation service
  • Value of information analysis in health care interventions
  • Working After Cancer Study (WACS)
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