4-6 December 2019
The Pullman | Auckland

Theme: Addressing health service inequities to improve health system performance

The purpose of the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ) is to facilitate communication across researchers, and between researchers and policymakers, to promote education and training in health services research, and ensure sustainable capacity in health services research in Australia and New Zealand.

This conference offers three days of thought-provoking discussion, information-sharing, strategising and problem solving, as well as some great networking opportunities. 

Go to the conference website for more information. You can also add your name to the conference mailing list at hsraanz2019@plevin.com.au so you don't miss out on any details.

UPDATE: A new workshop been added to the pre- and post-conference workshop programme:

Reducing waiting time for community outpatient services using the STAT Model 
This workshop will be presented on Friday, 6 December 2019 by Katherine Harding and  Professor Nicholas Taylor from Eastern Health Clinical Research Office and La Trobe University, together with Annie Lewis from  Eastern Health and Dr David Snowdon at Peninsula Health. Timely access to health services is an important aspect of appropriate and effective care and the STAT (Specific & Timely Appointments for Triage) model has been developed to re-think how referrals are managed in high demand, ambulatory services.

This will be complemented by two pre-conference workshops on Tuesday, 3 December 2019:

  • Indigenous Pre-Conference Hui (Workshop) facilitated by Dr Rachel Brown (free of charge for indigenous delegates only), and
  • Achieving impact through research: An introduction to implementation science - Professor Gill Harvey, University of Adelaide, and Professor Tim Stokes, University of Otago.



4 December 2019