Associate Professor
Reece Hinchcliff

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Faculty of Health,
School of Public Health & Social Work

Personal details


Associate Professor, Health Services Research
Faculty of Health,
School of Public Health & Social Work
Kelvin Grove Q Block Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects


Quality and safety, Patient safety, Quality improvement, Health systems, Health services research, Accreditation, Regulation, Indonesia, Clinical variation, Knowledge translation


Public Health and Health Services

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


  • PhD(Medicine) (University of Sydney)
  • BA(Hons1)(Social Anthropology) (University of Sydney)

Professional memberships and associations

Editorial Board Member, BMC Health Services Research


Course coordination

  • PU84/PQ84 Master of Health Management
  • PU63/PQ63 Graduate Diploma in Health Management
  • PQ31 Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management
  • HL38 Graduate Certificate in Health Science

Unit coordination

  • PUN/Q/Z640: Health Systems
  • PUN/Q210: Contemporary Health Management


QUT ePrints

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Current supervisions

  • The professional and personal impact of the Australian and New Zealand comprehensive gynaecological surgery training program on specialists in training and third party stakeholders
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Julie Hepworth, Professor Steven McPhail
  • Examination of options to support care for the elderly in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Ms Paula Bowman
  • Contribution of Private Healthcare to Universal Health Coverage: an Investigation of Private over Public Health Service Utilisation in Vietnam
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Adjunct Professor Michael Dunne, Associate Professor Amina Tariq
  • Optimising the distribution of Allied Health professionals in Rural and Remote Queensland
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Cynthia Cliff, Dr Christina Malatzky
  • Do the differing models of private investment (i.e. corporatisation) in the private health field influence clinician engagement and is there a link to outcomes in patient care?
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Emeritus Professor Gerard Fitzgerald