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Jeffrey Braithwaite Seminar "Health Reform Success Stories from 60 Countries"

April 12, 2018, 15:30 - 17:30
Venue: CIGS Meeting Room3

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(Mr. Braithwaite, Mr. Matsuyama from the left)

Seminar outline
Title: "Health Reform Success Stories from 60 Countries"
Speaker: Jeffrey Braithwaite, Professor of Health Systems Research, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University, Australia, and International Senior Fellow, CIGS
Moderator: Yukihiro Matsuyama, Research Director, CIGS


Presentation by Yukihiro MatsuyamaPDF:526KB
Presentation by Jeffrey Braithwaite
"A Summary of the Information Gained from the 60 Countries Book"PDF:2.64MB
"Health Reform in Australia"PDF:3.03MB

Abstract of the Speech
In August 2017, Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite published "Health Systems Improvement Across the Globe: Success Stories from 60 Countries" (CRC Press) with the cooperation of health policy researchers and policy makers in 60 countries around the world. At this seminar, Professor Braithwaite explains the latest circumstances of health reform in the world, and lectures on utilization of AI and big data in the medical field in Australia, Personal Health Record project undertaken by the Australian government, hospital compensation system, etc.

Speaker's profile
Jeffrey Braithwaite
Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite is a leading health services and systems researcher with an international reputation for his work investigating and contributing to systems improvement. He has particular expertise in the culture and structure of acute settings, leadership, management and change in health sector organisations, quality and safety in healthcare, accreditation and surveying processes in international context and the restructuring of health services. Professor Braithwaite is well known for bringing management and leadership concepts and evidence into the clinical arena and he has published extensively (more than 630 refereed contributions, and 800 total publications) about organisational, social and team approaches to care which has raised the importance of these in Australia and internationally. He has presented at or chaired international and national conferences, workshops, symposia and meetings on more than 890 occasions, including over 80 keynote addresses. He is the recipient of 31 awards, including the prestigious Health Services Research Award by Research Australia in 2015 and multiple Editor's Choice awards for papers published in International Journal for Quality in Health Care.