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Role Co-Group Leader /Honorary Fellow Manager

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Professor Kim Dalziel is a health economist specialised in child health. As Co-Group Leader in Health Services and Economics at MCRI she supports clinical and health services research with health economic input. Her research works to support equitable access to evidence-based and cost effective care for children.
Professor Kim Dalziel is a health economist specialised in child health. As Co-Group Leader in Health Services and Economics at MCRI she supports clinical and health services research with health economic input. Her research works to support equitable...
Professor Kim Dalziel is a health economist specialised in child health. As Co-Group Leader in Health Services and Economics at MCRI she supports clinical and health services research with health economic input. Her research works to support equitable access to evidence-based and cost effective care for children.

Top Publications

  • Tew, M, Dalziel, K, Dowsey, M, Choong, PF, Clarke, P. Exploring the Impact of Quality of Life on Survival: A Case Study in Total Knee Replacement Surgery.. Med Decis Making 40(3) : 302 -313 2020
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  • Kaufman, J, Knight, AJ, Bryant, PA, Babl, FE, Dalziel, K. Liquid gold: the cost-effectiveness of urine sample collection methods for young precontinent children.. Arch Dis Child 105(3) : 253 -259 2020
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  • Fradgley, EA, Karnon, J, Roach, D, Harding, K, Wilkinson-Meyers, L, Chojenta, C, Campbell, M, Harris, ML, Cumming, J, Dalziel, K, et al. Taking the pulse of the health services research community: a cross-sectional survey of research impact, barriers and support.. Aust Health Rev 44(1) : 160 -167 2020
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  • Furler, J, O'Neal, D, Speight, J, Blackberry, I, Manski-Nankervis, J-A, Thuraisingam, S, de La Rue, K, Ginnivan, L, Doyle, R, Holmes-Truscott, E, et al. Use of professional-mode flash glucose monitoring, at 3-month intervals, in adults with type 2 diabetes in general practice (GP-OSMOTIC): a pragmatic, open-label, 12-month, randomised controlled trial.. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol 8(1) : 17 -26 2020
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  • Huang, L, Freed, GL, Dalziel, K. Children With Special Health Care Needs: How Special Are Their Health Care Needs?. Acad Pediatr 20(8) : 1109 -1115 2020
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