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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

  • Xiong, X, Dalziel, K, Huang, L, Mulhern, B, Carvalho, N. PIH33 How Do Different Health Conditions IMPACT Dimensions of Pediatric Preference-Based Health-Related Quality of Life Measures?. Value in Health 24: s104 2021
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  • Eva, G, Gold, J, Makins, A, Bright, S, Dean, K, Tunnacliffe, E-A, Fatima, P, Yesmin, A, Muganyizi, P, Kimario, GF, et al. Economic Evaluation of Provision of Postpartum Intrauterine Device Services in Bangladesh and Tanzania.. Glob Health Sci Pract 9(1) : 107 -122 2021
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  • Saxon, L, Dalziel, K, Story, D. Survey of hospital Chief Executive Officer research and translation priorities.. Aust Health Rev 45(2) : 263 -264 2021
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  • Anderson, V, Rausa, VC, Anderson, N, Parkin, G, Clarke, C, Davies, K, McKinlay, A, Crichton, A, Davis, GA, Dalziel, K, et al. Protocol for a randomised clinical trial of multimodal postconcussion symptom treatment and recovery: the Concussion Essentials study.. BMJ Open 11(2) : e041458 2021
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  • Tew, M, Dalziel, K, Thursky, K, Krahn, M, Abrahamyan, L, Morris, AM, Clarke, P. Excess cost of care associated with sepsis in cancer patients: Results from a population-based case-control matched cohort.. PLoS One 16(8) : e0255107 2021
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