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Newsletter • 5th edition
The impact of economic conditions on mental health
Presentations by visiting scholars
From our pioneering work on measuring quality of life to shaping public healthcare policy, we've been at the forefront of health economics for more than two decades.
An unrelenting commitment to innovative, rigorous research that improves our community's health.
Did you know we're home to one of the largest concentrations of senior health economists in Australia?
Health-related multi-attribute utility quality of life instruments for use in economic evaluation and broader health studies.
From savings in the health budget to improving healthcare for cancer patients, our research is making a lasting impact.
We have developed an impressive portfolio of achievements in health economics research. Our work has both a national and international focus.
The work we do is enriched through our extensive industry and community partnerships around the world.