Menzies Centre for Health Policy
The Menzies Centre for Health Policy is a collaborative centre between The Australian National University and The University of Sydney. It aims to provide a better understanding of the Australian health system. The centre encourages informed debate about how Australians can influence health policy to ensure that it is consistent with their values and priorities and is able to deliver safe, high-quality health care that is sustainable in the long term.
The centre holds regular talks that our faculty higher-degree-research students may find interesting and relevant. Some of the topics of past talks have been:
- Where is mental health in the health-reform agenda?
- Resilience and health
- Local hospital networks and the health-reform agenda.
Upcoming talks are listed on the centre's website.