HSRAANZ Podcast

HSRAANZ Interview Series - Prof Harriet Hiscock on Health Services Research during COVID-19

April 29, 2020 Sarah Green Season 1 Episode 1
HSRAANZ Podcast
HSRAANZ Interview Series - Prof Harriet Hiscock on Health Services Research during COVID-19
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HSRAANZ Podcast
HSRAANZ Interview Series - Prof Harriet Hiscock on Health Services Research during COVID-19
Apr 29, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
Sarah Green

HSRAANZ President Professor Rachael Morton interviews Prof Harriet Hiscock.   Professor Hiscock is a consultant paediatrician and National Health and Medical Research Council Practitioner Fellow. She is Associate Director, Research at the Centre for Community Child Health, Director of the Royal Children's Hospital Health Services Research Unit and Group Leader, Health Services, Murdoch Children's Research Institute. Her research focuses on developing, testing and implementing novel approaches to: (i) keep children out of hospital; (ii) reduce low value (wasteful) care; and (iii) integrate health, social and education services to improve health and wellbeing for children, including those living with family adversity. She has published over 180 peer reviewed papers and been awarded continuous NHMRC funding since 2002 including a current CRE in Childhood Adversity and Mental Health, as CIA. She is assisted by a team of around 20 multi-disciplinary students and researchers. 

Show Notes

HSRAANZ President Professor Rachael Morton interviews Prof Harriet Hiscock.   Professor Hiscock is a consultant paediatrician and National Health and Medical Research Council Practitioner Fellow. She is Associate Director, Research at the Centre for Community Child Health, Director of the Royal Children's Hospital Health Services Research Unit and Group Leader, Health Services, Murdoch Children's Research Institute. Her research focuses on developing, testing and implementing novel approaches to: (i) keep children out of hospital; (ii) reduce low value (wasteful) care; and (iii) integrate health, social and education services to improve health and wellbeing for children, including those living with family adversity. She has published over 180 peer reviewed papers and been awarded continuous NHMRC funding since 2002 including a current CRE in Childhood Adversity and Mental Health, as CIA. She is assisted by a team of around 20 multi-disciplinary students and researchers.