AusHSI provides a range of practical short courses. We also offer in-house programs, which can be drawn from our existing offering or designed to meet your organisation’s specific requirements.
To date, we have trained over 500 healthcare professionals in cost effectiveness methods and other related disciplines.
By sharing our expertise, we strengthen our commitment to building capacity in health services to implement and sustain innovations.
Our short courses are designed for healthcare professionals with different backgrounds and levels of experience, as well as policy makers and academics.
In this three-day course, you will develop applied skills in cost-effectiveness analysis. Day one is a beginner’s guide to cost-effectiveness analysis and is offered as a stand-alone course. Days two and three cover building and evaluating cost-effectiveness models.
A one-day statistics refresher course for people who have had some practical experience with statistics. The course focuses on simple study designs and some common mistakes, with a range of practical exercises throughout the day.
Implementation and translation
Implementing evidence into practice is a three-day, highly interactive and outcome focused workshop. Led by an internationally renowned team of knowledge translation researchers, facilitators and practicing clinicians this participatory course covers the essential skills and knowledge needed to facilitate the implementation of evidence and innovation into everyday practice.
Value-based healthcare and economics for leadership
This workshop will allow you to formalise select economic theories relevant to the allocation of scarce healthcare resources. A range of considerations other than efficiency will be discussed, with opportunity to debate the merits of not being efficient but meeting other constraints or concerns such as fairness.