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Anne Magnus is a senior health economist within the Health Economics Unit. She has qualifications in Economics, Education and Epidemiology. She is currently employed on an ARC grant evaluating Interagency collaborations supporting resilient students, families and schools in disadvantaged communities. Anne is also working on a number of tenders involving the economic evaluation of heart disease prevention and community strengthening interventions.
Transition to Clinical Practice: Health Economics components
Anne’s research interests lie in the economic evaluation of various health interventions which have ranged over treatments for mental health conditions of depression and schizophrenia, childhood obesity and cardiovascular disease prevention.
She has developed models which quantify the production gains likely to be associated with preventive health interventions and reductions in the prevalence of important risk factors.
- 2010 VicHealth Special Award for contribution to illness prevention knowledge: ACE Prevention
- 2010 Deakin University School of Health and Social
- Development Excellence in Research Award: ACE Prevention
- 2010 Deakin University Strategic Research Centre
- Population Health Research Award: ACE Prevention
- Australian and New Zealand Coeliac Research Fund 2003-2008
- Australian Health Economics Society 2009-
- International Health Economics Association 2009-
Member, Bariatric Surgery Working Party 2008
ATINER Conference Athens 2010 cost-effective strategies for cardiovascular disease prevention in Australia
Heart Foundation Conference – Brisbane 2009.Cost-effective strategies for cardiovascular disease prevention in Australia
International Congress on Obesity, Sydney 2006. The cost-effectiveness of reduced TV advertising to children
World Federation of Mental Health, Melbourne 2003. Cost effectiveness of pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in the treatment of schizophrenia