Ms Anne Magnus
|Position:||Senior Research Fellow |
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Health|
|Department:||School of Health & Soc. Dev.|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 925 17135 +61 3 925 17135|
- Australian and New Zealand Coeliac Research Fund 2003-2008
- Australian Health Economics Society 2009-
- International Health Economics Association 2009-
Subjects and units currently teaching
Transition to Clinical Practice: Health Economics components
Health Economics 1- IKE students
Population health status
Conferences and seminars
- Priority Setting conference Melbourne 2014. A decade of additions to the cost-effectiveness literature in cancer control.
- Australian Society for Psychological Research, Melbourne 2013. Cost-effectiveness of new recommendations for the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder.
- 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.
Awards and prizes
- 2011 Deakin University Population Health Strategic Research Centre Award for Enterprise and Innovation
- 2011 Deakin University Vice Chancellor’s Award for Research Excellence - ACE Prevention
- 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
Member, Bariatric Surgery Working Party 2008
Annes research interests lie in the economic evaluation of various health interventions which have ranged in recent years over
- treatments for the mental health conditions of depression and schizophrenia,
- childhood obesity prevention and
- cardiovascular disease prevention.
Anne has developed models that quantify the production gains likely to be associated with preventive health interventions leading to reductions in the prevalence of important modifiable health risk factors. These models have been widely applied and published.
2014 VISTA ARC Linkage grant #LP140100680 Investigators Dr R. Bentley, Dr HBadland, Prof B Giles-Corti, Dr J Scheurer, Dr A. Carver, Ms A. Magnus, Mr J. Stewart, Ms R. Nelson, Mr G Michaux , Melbourne University, VicHealth, Dept of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure,Roads Corporation $225,000