News

News • 23 Nov 2018

Understanding Meaningful Employment for Young People with Intellectual Disabilities

Associate Professor Brendan Boyle and Conjoint Professor Rebecca Mitchell from the UON Health Services Research and Innovation Centre in collaboration with Prof Bronwyn Hemsley, Head of Speech Pathology at University of Technology Sydney and Challenge Community Services (CCS) have successfully won a grant to fund a project designed to increase the competence of young people with intellectual disability in the ‘Gig Economy’ as a facilitator for meaningful employment.

News • 9 May 2017

Organisation Change in Health Seminar

Professor Simon Bishop presents on his research into organisational change in healthcare

News • 6 Mar 2017

Health Services Research and Innovation Centre - Summer Newsletter

This edition of the Health Services Research and Innovation Group's newsletter has been published in Summer 2016/2017.

Autumn 2016 newsletter

News • 23 May 2016

Health Services Research and Innovation Group - Autumn Newsletter

The first edition of the Health Services Research and Innovation Group's newsletter has been published in Autumn 2016.

Health Services Research and Innovation Group Launch

News • 2 Mar 2016

Health Services Research and Innovation Group Launch

February saw the launch of the Faculty of Business and Law Health Services Research and Innovation Group.

Symposium on managing healthcare and leading healthcare professionals

News • 7 Jan 2016

Symposium on Managing Healthcare and Leading Healthcare Professionals

The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies in the UK (SAMS) has awarded GBP5000 to hold a symposium on Managing Healthcare and Leading Healthcare Professionals.

Australian Fellowship in Health Services Research and Policy

News • 2 Oct 2015

Fellowship in Health Services Research and Policy

Australian Fellowship in Health Services Research and Policy

The power of feeling bad

Featured story • 7 Nov 2014

The Power of Feeling Bad (NY Times)

Associate Professor Rebecca Mitchell's research into how a negative mood can sometimes lead to better work has been featured in the NYTimes.

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