We provide free tools that answer basic questions, as well as more sophisticated tools developed through consulting projects and collaborations
In an effort to improve public health literacy, SHINE develops and maintains free interactive tools to illuminate the nuances of important public health issues. This involves application of diverse micro- and macro-simulation modelling techniques to explore trade-offs involved with complex public health decision-making, in a way that is accessible and easy to understand by all - not just the public health academics and experts. Explore these tools below, or contact us if you have an idea for a new tool that addresses a salient or poorly understood public health issue.
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For evaluations beyond those that can be retrieved from the above tools or where the user prefers us to generate the findings, SHINE undertakes bespoke quantification of intervention impacts and other services. Explore these resources below, and contact us to arrange a consultation for bespoke analysis.
SHINE Free-To-User Tools
Australia-New Zealand Health Intervention League Table (ANZ-HILT)
A data visualization tool that allows you to compare the health gains, net health costs and cost-effectiveness of 100s of evaluations already conducted and published by researchers, using highly similar ACE and PMSLT approaches – meaning comparisons are valid.
Health Intervention Impact Calculator (HIIC)
A tool that allows you to input disease incidence, morbidity and case fatality rate changes that ‘your intervention’ will likely generate. Future iterations of HIIC will link to ANZ-HILT, and allow you to specify interventions in terms of risk factor changes.
COVID-19 Pandemic Trade-offs
A collation of reports and interactive tools, for COIVD-19 policy response options we have modelled over the course of the pandemic.