Dr Carmen Huckel Schneider

Senior Lecturer, Health Policy
Menzies Centre for Health Policy
Sydney School of Public Health

Member of the Charles Perkins Centre

Telephone 02 9036 7147

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Biographical details

Carmen Huckel Schneider is Deputy Director at the Menzies Centre for Health Policy, and Director of the Master of Health Policy. She is co-lead of the Health Governance and Financing, and Applied Policy Analysis Groups at the Menzies Centre for Health Policy. Dr Huckel Schneider holds positions as Senior Lecturer in Health Policy at the School of Public Health and Adviser, Knowledge Exchange, at the Sax Institute.

Carmen’s completed her PhD at the University of Tuebingen researching the legitimacy and stakeholder receptivity of global health organisations. Her current research interests include governance in global health, health systems and financing and decision-making in health policy. Carmen methodological interests are the use of applied systems analysis and institional analysis. Dr Huckel Schneider is unit coordinator for s ‘Evidence into Policy and Practice’. 'Health Systems and Financing', 'Making Decisions in Public Health' and ‘Global Health Policy’ for the Sydney School of Public Health. She has published on topics of legitimacy, effectiveness and theoretical aspects of global health governance as well as health systems and knowledge translation. Carmen led the development of a program for improved evaluations of public health programs and has researched barriers and facilitators for good evaluation practice.

Research interests

Global Health Governance

Ethics and philosophy of health policy

Systems approaches for heatlh policy analysis

Current research students

Project title Research student
International comparison of risk communication using regulatory drug safety advisories: policy and perceptions. Alice BHASALE
Bridging Theory and Practice of Health System Governance in Fragile States Elliot BRENNAN
How marginalised young people navigate the Australian healthcare system Fiona ROBARDS
Leadership for successful implementation and sustainability of Chronic Disease Programs Selvanaayagam SHANMUGANATHAN

International links

Switzerland

(Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva) Project: 'Beyond Health Security'. This project, developed with scholars at the Institute of Global Health (UniGen)and the Ecole des hautes études en santé publique, Rennes, France. The project explores the chaging languages of 'security' in global health, particularly the shift from broader social approaches to national security. Funding: University of Sydney- University of Geneva Joint International Program Development Fund

Selected grants

2016

  • Evaluation of HealthPathways Sydney Program; Huckel Schneider C; Sydney Local Health District/Research Agreement.

Selected publications & creative works

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Book Chapters

  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2009). Global Public Health and Innovation in Governance: The Emergence of Public-Private Partnerships. In Sandra J. MacLean, Sherri A. Brown, Pieter Fourie (Eds.), Health for Some: The Political Economy of Global Health Governance, (pp. 105-117). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Bartsch, S., Huckel Schneider, C., Kohlmorgen, L. (2009). Governance Norms in Global Health: Key Concepts. In Kent Buse, Wolfgang Hein, Nick Drager (Eds.), Making Sense of Global Health Governance : A Policy Perspective, (pp. 99-121). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2009). The World Health Organisation. In Dacid P. Forsyth (Eds.), The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Human Rights, (pp. 388-394). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Rittberger, V., Huckel Schneider, C., Rieth, L., Zimmer, M. (2008). Inclusive Global Institutions for a Global Political Economy. In Volker Rittberger and Martin Nettesheim (Eds.), Authority in the Global Political Economy, (pp. 13-54). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Rittberger, V., Nettesheim, M., Huckel Schneider, C., Thorsten, G. (2008). Introduction: Changing Patterns of Authority. In Volker Rittberger and Martin Nettesheim (Eds.), Authority in the Global Political Economy, (pp. 1-9). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journals

  • Schneuer, F., Adams, S., Bentley, J., Holland, A., Huckel Schneider, C., White, L., Nassar, N. (2018). A population-based comparison of the post-operative outcomes of open and laparoscopic appendicectomy in children. Medical Journal of Australia, 209(2), 80-85. [More Information]
  • Blyth, F., Huckel Schneider, C. (2018). Global burden of pain and global pain policy-creating a purposeful body of evidence. Pain, 159(9), S43-S48. [More Information]
  • Blyth, F., Briggs, A., Huckel Schneider, C., Hoy, D., March, L. (2018). The Global Burden of Musculoskeletal Pain-Where to From Here? American Journal of Public Health, 109(1), 35-40. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Blyth, F. (2017). Challenges of integrating evidence into health policy and planning: Linking multiple disciplinary approaches. Public Health Research and Practice, 27(2), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Gillespie, J., Thow, A. (2017). Generating Sustained Political Priiority for Non-communicable Diseases: Towards a Suitable Governance Model. Global Policy, 8(3), 364-368. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Gillespie, J., Wilson, A. (2017). Implementing system-wide risk stratification approaches: A review of critical success and failure factors. Health Services Management Research, 30(2), 72-84. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Milat, A., Moore, G. (2016). Barriers and facilitators to evaluation of health policies and programs: Policymaker and researcher perspectives. Evaluation and Program Planning, 58, 208-215. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Negin, J. (2016). The for-profit sector in humanitarian response: integrating ethical considerations in public policy decision making. Medicine, Conflict and Survival, 32(3), 184-202. [More Information]
  • Quinn, E., Huckel-Schneider, C., Campbell, D., Seale, H., Milat, A. (2014). How can knowledge exchange portals assist in knowledge management for evidence-informed decision making in public health? BMC Public Health, 14(1), 1-8. [More Information]
  • McNab, J., Huckel Schneider, C., Leeder, S. (2014). Non-communicable diseases and implications for medical practice in Australia: a framework for analysis. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(1), S29-S32. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Brennan, S., Carter, S., O'Connor, D., Huckel Schneider, C., Turner, T., Gallego, G. (2014). Protocol for the process evaluation of a complex intervention designed to increase the use of research in health policy and program organisations (the SPIRIT study). Implementation Science, 9(1), 1-12. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Campbell, D., Milat, A., Haynes, A., Quinn, E. (2014). What are the key organisational capabilities that facilitate research use in public health policy? Public Health Research and Practice, 25(1), 1-7. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2008). Global Public Health and International Relations: Pressing Issues - Evolving Governance. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 62(1), 94-106. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2011). A consultative and evidence-informed design for an Aboriginal injury prevention grants scheme. 41st Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia, Brisbane: Public Health Association of Australia.
  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2011). Overcoming Barriers to Evaluation in Policy. 41st Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia, Brisbane: Public Health Association of Australia.
  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2009). Public-private actors in Global Health. 2009 Humanitarian Action Summit, Cambridge: Harvard University.
  • Huckel-Schneider, C. (2009). The legitimacy of public-private decision-making in global health Global Governance and Global health. University of Warwick International Challenge Series Workshop 2009, London: The University of Warwick.

Report

  • Gillespie, J., McNab, J., Huckel Schneider, C. (2017). HealthOne New South Wales: Review of operational models.

Research Reports

  • Gillespie, J., Huckel Schneider, C., Wilson, A., Elshaug, A. (2015). Evidence Check: Implementing system-wide risk stratification approaches, July 2015, (pp. 6 - 54). Sydney, Australia: The Sax Institute.

2018

  • Schneuer, F., Adams, S., Bentley, J., Holland, A., Huckel Schneider, C., White, L., Nassar, N. (2018). A population-based comparison of the post-operative outcomes of open and laparoscopic appendicectomy in children. Medical Journal of Australia, 209(2), 80-85. [More Information]
  • Blyth, F., Huckel Schneider, C. (2018). Global burden of pain and global pain policy-creating a purposeful body of evidence. Pain, 159(9), S43-S48. [More Information]
  • Blyth, F., Briggs, A., Huckel Schneider, C., Hoy, D., March, L. (2018). The Global Burden of Musculoskeletal Pain-Where to From Here? American Journal of Public Health, 109(1), 35-40. [More Information]

2017

  • Huckel Schneider, C., Blyth, F. (2017). Challenges of integrating evidence into health policy and planning: Linking multiple disciplinary approaches. Public Health Research and Practice, 27(2), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Gillespie, J., Thow, A. (2017). Generating Sustained Political Priiority for Non-communicable Diseases: Towards a Suitable Governance Model. Global Policy, 8(3), 364-368. [More Information]
  • Gillespie, J., McNab, J., Huckel Schneider, C. (2017). HealthOne New South Wales: Review of operational models.
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Gillespie, J., Wilson, A. (2017). Implementing system-wide risk stratification approaches: A review of critical success and failure factors. Health Services Management Research, 30(2), 72-84. [More Information]

2016

  • Huckel Schneider, C., Milat, A., Moore, G. (2016). Barriers and facilitators to evaluation of health policies and programs: Policymaker and researcher perspectives. Evaluation and Program Planning, 58, 208-215. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Negin, J. (2016). The for-profit sector in humanitarian response: integrating ethical considerations in public policy decision making. Medicine, Conflict and Survival, 32(3), 184-202. [More Information]

2015

  • Gillespie, J., Huckel Schneider, C., Wilson, A., Elshaug, A. (2015). Evidence Check: Implementing system-wide risk stratification approaches, July 2015, (pp. 6 - 54). Sydney, Australia: The Sax Institute.

2014

  • Quinn, E., Huckel-Schneider, C., Campbell, D., Seale, H., Milat, A. (2014). How can knowledge exchange portals assist in knowledge management for evidence-informed decision making in public health? BMC Public Health, 14(1), 1-8. [More Information]
  • McNab, J., Huckel Schneider, C., Leeder, S. (2014). Non-communicable diseases and implications for medical practice in Australia: a framework for analysis. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(1), S29-S32. [More Information]
  • Haynes, A., Brennan, S., Carter, S., O'Connor, D., Huckel Schneider, C., Turner, T., Gallego, G. (2014). Protocol for the process evaluation of a complex intervention designed to increase the use of research in health policy and program organisations (the SPIRIT study). Implementation Science, 9(1), 1-12. [More Information]
  • Huckel Schneider, C., Campbell, D., Milat, A., Haynes, A., Quinn, E. (2014). What are the key organisational capabilities that facilitate research use in public health policy? Public Health Research and Practice, 25(1), 1-7. [More Information]

2011

  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2011). A consultative and evidence-informed design for an Aboriginal injury prevention grants scheme. 41st Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia, Brisbane: Public Health Association of Australia.
  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2011). Overcoming Barriers to Evaluation in Policy. 41st Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia, Brisbane: Public Health Association of Australia.

2009

  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2009). Global Public Health and Innovation in Governance: The Emergence of Public-Private Partnerships. In Sandra J. MacLean, Sherri A. Brown, Pieter Fourie (Eds.), Health for Some: The Political Economy of Global Health Governance, (pp. 105-117). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Bartsch, S., Huckel Schneider, C., Kohlmorgen, L. (2009). Governance Norms in Global Health: Key Concepts. In Kent Buse, Wolfgang Hein, Nick Drager (Eds.), Making Sense of Global Health Governance : A Policy Perspective, (pp. 99-121). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2009). Public-private actors in Global Health. 2009 Humanitarian Action Summit, Cambridge: Harvard University.
  • Huckel-Schneider, C. (2009). The legitimacy of public-private decision-making in global health Global Governance and Global health. University of Warwick International Challenge Series Workshop 2009, London: The University of Warwick.
  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2009). The World Health Organisation. In Dacid P. Forsyth (Eds.), The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Human Rights, (pp. 388-394). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2008

  • Huckel Schneider, C. (2008). Global Public Health and International Relations: Pressing Issues - Evolving Governance. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 62(1), 94-106. [More Information]
  • Rittberger, V., Huckel Schneider, C., Rieth, L., Zimmer, M. (2008). Inclusive Global Institutions for a Global Political Economy. In Volker Rittberger and Martin Nettesheim (Eds.), Authority in the Global Political Economy, (pp. 13-54). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Rittberger, V., Nettesheim, M., Huckel Schneider, C., Thorsten, G. (2008). Introduction: Changing Patterns of Authority. In Volker Rittberger and Martin Nettesheim (Eds.), Authority in the Global Political Economy, (pp. 1-9). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

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