A harm minimization strategy for problem gamblers

January 2019
Should problem gamblers be offered a Pigouvian subsidy?

Centre for Research Excellence in Recovery Following Road Traffic Injury

January 2015
National Health and Medical Research Council
People who sustain injuries in road traffic accidents often experience ongoing physical and mental health problems.

Chronic Kidney Disease Centre for Research Excellence (CKD.CRE)

August 2016December 2019
National Health and Medical Research Council
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is expected to be an escalating source of health expenditure unless changes are made to the management of the condition.

Closing the Gap in Discharge Against Medical Advice (DAMA)

December 2016
The rate at which Indigenous Australians discharge against medical advice (DAMA) nationally is almost eight times that of the rate at which non-Indigenous Australians DAMA.

Cost-effectiveness of treatment in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus - the GeDIForce Model

April 2017April 2018
In collaboration with Professor David McIntyre, Professor Gannon aims to examine the fundamental questions relating to this model to test if the assumptions are valid in the context of the Australian health care system.

Deep brain stimulation (DBS) and the pharmaceutical management of Parkinson's disease (PD)

June 2018
Centre for the Business and Economics of Health
The treatment of PD with levodopa remains the mainstay of disease management. Severe PD can also be treated with DBS.

Economic decisions of older adults

January 2013December 2019
We, individually and as a society, are ageing. But what does that do to how we make economic decisions.

Empirical tests for ex post moral hazard

April 2017
Centre for the Business and Economics of Health
Empirical tests for ex post moral hazard in a market for automobile insurance.

Estimating the total cost of moral hazard

September 2017
Centre for the Business and Economics of Health
Two types of moral hazard exist: ex ante and ex post.

Evaluating the implementation of Kidney Supportive Care Program

February 2016February 2017
Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation
A multidisciplinary model of care aims to provide superior symptoms management, improved decision making and better satisfaction with care for patients with End Stage Kidney Disease and their families.

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