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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

  • Chen, C, Bailey, C, Baikie, G, Dalziel, K, Hua, X. Parents of children with disability: Mental health outcomes and utilization of mental health services.. Disabil Health J 16(4) : 101506 2023
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  • Jones, R, O'Loughlin, R, Xiong, X, Bahrampour, M, McGregor, K, Yip, S, Devlin, N, Hiscock, H, Mulhern, B, Dalziel, K, et al. Collecting Paediatric Health-Related Quality of Life Data: Assessing the Feasibility and Acceptability of the Australian Paediatric Multi-Instrument Comparison (P-MIC) Study.. Children (Basel) 10(10) : 2023
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  • Mordaunt, DA, Dalziel, K, Goranitis, I, Stark, Z. Uptake of funded genomic testing for syndromic and non-syndromic intellectual disability in Australia.. Eur J Hum Genet 31(9) : 977 -979 2023
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  • Hocking, JS, Watson, C, Chondros, P, Sawyer, SM, Ride, J, Temple-Smith, M, Boyle, D, Skinner, R, Patton, GC, Lim, MSC, et al. Will a fee-for-service payment for a young people's health assessment in general practice increase the detection of health risk behaviours and health conditions? Protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial (RAd Health Trial).. BMJ Open 13(8) : e074154 2023
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  • O'Loughlin, R, Hiscock, H, Devlin, N, Dalziel, K. Distinct developmental trajectories of health-related quality of life for boys and girls throughout childhood and adolescence; a national level longitudinal study.. Health Qual Life Outcomes 21(1) : 82 2023
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