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Dr Kim Dalziel
A/Prof Dalziel is a Team Leader within the Health Services Group at Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI). She is also Head of the Health Economics Group at the University of Melbourne and collaborates with the Royal Children's Hospital, The Women's Hospital and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
Kim leads a program of research in child health economics and has specialist expertise in economic evaluation and modelling, health-related quality of life measurement, child health policy, vulnerability/equity and use of health services and economic evaluation alongside clinical trials.
She has authored peer reviewed publications in international journals, including the top ranking journals New England Journal of Medicine, Health Economics, PharmacoEconomics, Medical Decision Making, and Health Technology Assessment. She has also contributed to a book on Economic evaluation in Child Health; published by Oxford University Press.
Her previous appointments include with the Health Economics and Social Policy Group at the University of South Australia, Centre for Health Economics, Monash University, and Peninsula Technology Assessment Group at the University of Exeter in the UK.
Kim has active research collaborations with The University of Michigan and Oxford University and she supervises Masters of Public Health, clinical advanced trainee research projects and PhD students.
- Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Health Economics Group, Centre for Health Policy, University of Melbourne
- Dame Kate Campbell Fellowship in Research Excellence, The University of Melbourne, 2020-24
- Harkness Fellowship in Health Care Practice and Policy, The Commonwealth Fund, 2017/18