The Health Economics Unit has a range of Australian and international engagements.
These exist across the health sector and include other academic and research institutions, hospitals and healthcare delivery providers, industry, media, and government ministries and departments.
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Our research is often quoted in the media and has been used in parliamentary debates.
Several members of the Health Economics Unit have links with health economists and clinical researchers at Oxford University, and are collaborating on a wide range of projects including diabetes, osteoarthritis, and child health.
St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
The Health Economics Unit works with the Professor Peter Choong and his team at the Department of Surgery, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, to improve the cost-effectiveness of orthopaedic surgery.
Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne
The Health Economics Unit works with the clinicians and researchers from the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) on a broad range of healthcare themes.
The Health Economics Unit works closely with Professor UIf Gerdtham and his health economics team at Lund University in Sweden.
The University of Auckland
A NHMRC funded collaboration between The University of Melbourne and The University of Auckland is looking at cardiovascular disease and the impact of medication in a real world cohort.
Melbourne Clinical and Translational Science (MCATS)
The Health Economics Unit serves as the Health Economics arm of the Melbourne Clinical and Translational Science (MCATS) platform for researchers wanting support on their research.