Develop the specialised knowledge and skills you need for practical application in your workplace through our range of focused, high-quality short courses for health professionals.
This course will introduce you to the principles of assessing the economic value of health technologies and services—an important element of the objective justification of decisions to fund (or not) services across the health care system.
March-June 2018 (midyear break)
Provides clinicians, managers, policymakers and quality managers in healthcare with proven approaches to implementing evidence into practice. The program comprises 2 x five-day intensive training workshops at the Joanna Briggs Institute and a workplace evidence implementation project.
5–9 March and 27–31 August 2018
14–18 May and 22–26 October 2018
25–29 June and 3–7 December 2018
Enables clinical leaders and leaders-to-be from all health care disciplines to develop strategies related to clinical leadership and change management in health care using real world examples.
6 March 2018
15 May 2018
26 June 2018
Prepares researchers and clinicians to develop, conduct and report comprehensive systematic reviews in order to provide the strongest possible evidence to inform decision-making or clinical guidelines in health care.
19–23 March 2018
28 May – 1 June 2018
5–9 November 2018
This introductory online course will provide you with a base knowledge of all key issues affecting the sound economic evaluation of health care programs.
2018 dates to be confirmed
The 1-day GRADE workshop is designed for systematic reviewers, guideline developers and others wanting to learn more about GRADE methodology, particularly the creation of Summary of Findings tables and Evidence Profiles.
16 March 2018
23 May 2018
17 August 2018
2 November 2018
This introductory course gives you a broad overview of the sound assessment of health technologies (e.g. medical procedures, devices, tests, pharmaceuticals and public health interventions); highly beneficial if you’re involved in policy decision-making regarding access to—or public funding of—these technologies.
2018 Semester 1
The National Short Course in Environmental Health is run in conjunction with Flinders University.
2018 dates to be advised.