AusHSI offers training courses in cost-effectiveness analysis & statistics.

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AusHSI 2014 Best Paper Prize

AusHSI is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Best Health Services Research paper prize:

Dr Glenis Crane, University of Adelaide

Haitham Tuffaha, Griffith University

Click here for details on the winning papers

Information about funding

AusHSI will deliver funding in these ways:

Stimulus Grants

These grants are for 12 month projects that cost up to $80,000. There are two criteria for funding: partnership between a Queensland-based health services professional and a full-time researcher; and, the outcomes will improve health services.

Postgraduate Scholarships

These scholarships are for $10,000 per year, and are available for those students currently enrolled in a recognised PhD, Doctor of Health, or Masters by Research course at an Australian University that will improve health services.

Partnership Grants

These grants are a commitment from AusHSI to contribute as a partner to an appropriate NHMRC, ARC or other partnership type application in a subsequent round. AusHSI will be a formal partner to your grant, and if it is awarded we will supply both cash and in-kind support for your health services research project. (Note: Partnership grants will not be offered in the 2014 Funding Round.)


Funding Policy

AusHSI's funding policies are available for download here.