Evidence Brief

‘Without the right vision, attitudes and research base, eHealth initiatives in hospitals can end up being extraordinarily expensive mistakes’

The wide-ranging, emergent, and uncertain nature of eHealth impacts implies that policy-makers and...

This Evidence Brief outlines and discusses the Western NSW PHN arrangements and how they are supporting and building a stronger platform for the delivery of Aboriginal primary healthcare services in this region.

Author/Editor: Deeble Institute - Associate Professor Gideon Caplan and Dr Anne-marie Boxall

This paper briefly outlines the evidence on the safety, quality and costs of Hospital in the Home services. A list of resources...

Author/Editor: Deeble Institute - Dr Patricia Fenner, Dr Bruce Rumbold, Dr Jean Rumbold and Dr Priscilla Robinson        

This paper briefly outlines evidence of the effectiveness of arts and health strategies across the whole...

Author/Editor: Deeble Institute - Dr Meredith McIntyre and Dr Anne-marie Boxall

Debates about different models of maternity care have been long-running in Australia. Disputes over evidence on the safety and quality of...

Author/Editor: Deeble Institute - Dr Anne Marie Thow

This paper considers the evidence regarding economic incentives in the form of targeted taxes and subsidies on food and beverages.


Author/Editor: Deeble Institute - Prof Sandra Jones and Dr Ross Gordon

Australia does not currently require warning labels on alcohol products, putting Australia out of step with many other countries.

Authors: Deeble Institute - Ms Alana M Shepherd, Ms Sandra L Matheson, Prof Vaughan J Carr, Dr Anne-marie Boxall and Mr Krister H Partel

The Australian and New Zealand clinical practice guidelines recommend intensive case management for...