Adjunct Professor
Nicholas Graves

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Faculty of Health,
School of Public Health & Social Work


Personal details

Positions

Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Health,
School of Public Health & Social Work

Keywords

Chronic Diseases, Decision Making, Economic Evaluation, Health Behaviour, Health Services Research, Healthcare Acquired Infection, Hiv/Aids

Discipline

Public Health and Health Services

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of London)

Professional memberships and associations

Member of the panel of providers of Health Economic Services project with Commonwealth of Australia Department of Health and Ageing. Member of the Executive Committee of the Health Services Research Associated of Australia & New Zealand. 2012 – ongoing. Johnson & Johnson Global Infection Prevention Advisory Board. 2011 – ongoing. First meeting Orange County, March 16th 2013. NHMRC Grant Review Panel Member. 2004 – ongoing for project grants scheme. PBAC  Visiting member of Economic Sub Committee for Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee 2011 MSAC Member of Protocol Advisory Services Committee for Medical Servicers Advisory Committee 2011 Healthcare Associated Infection Advisory Committee. Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. 2012 - ongoing Member of Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre. Developing Health Economics Projects from 2011. Section Editor for BMC Health Services Research 2008-2011 Member of Editorial Board for Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, Healthcare Infections, Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare and Clinical Audit Member of Panel of Providers of Health Economics Services for Australian Government: Department of Health and Ageing. Member of College of Experts for National Institutes for Health Research, England & Wales. Member of Expert Advisory Panel of Applied Research (EAPAR) for Office of Health and Medical Research (OHMR), Queensland Health.

Teaching

Teaching highlights Guest Lectures on three postgraduate courses at QUT Postgraduate Supervision

Prof. Graves has also developed "Cost Effective Short Course" A beginners guide to cost-effectiveness analysis.

Publications

QUT ePrints

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Awards

Research projects