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Working Towards Equity in Health in South Australia

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Health Translation SA and SAHMRI’s Aboriginal Health Equity Theme invite you to attend the forum on

Equity in Health: The role of equity-informative economic evaluations to support decision making.

With Professor Richard Cookson, Centre for Health Economics, University of York.

There are two sessions involved in this event. Please register for Session 1 only OR Session 1 & 2

Session 1:

Public Seminar and Panel Discussion

8:45am -11:15 am

(morning tea provided)

Session 2:

Workshop: Exploring the potential for equity-informative evaluations in SA

Featuring presentations by local researchers across a broad range of health and well-being related domains. Rather than presenting polished results, the workshop is an opportunity for exploring ideas, identifying potential for change and discussing how equity-informative evaluations can be applied.

11:15 am - 3:00 pm

(lunch provided)

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Richard Cookson is a professor at the Centre for Health Economics, University of York.

He has helped to pioneer:

  • “equity-informative” methods of health policy analysis including methods of distributional cost-effectiveness analysis;
  • methods of health equity monitoring for healthcare quality assurance; and
  • methods for investigating public concern for reducing health inequality.

Richard has co-chaired various international working groups on equity, and his UK public service includes working in the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit and serving on NICE advisory committees and the NHS Advisory Committee for Resource Allocation.

To find out more about Professor Richard Cookson visit: https://www.york.ac.uk/che/staff/research/richard-cookson/

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