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Helen Dickinson

Helen Dickinson

Associate Professor, Public Governance, University of Melbourne

Helen Dickinson was educated at the Universities of Manchester and Birmingham in the UK.

Helen joined the University of Melbourne in 2013 as Associate Professor in Public Governance. She has published widely on topics such as governance, leadership, organisational behaviour and rationing in journals such as Public Administration, Public Management Review, Social Science and Medicine and Evidence and Policy.

Helen has also authored, co-authored or edited twelve books on topics such as governance, leadership and the reform of health care.

Since 2010 Helen has co-edited the Journal of Health Organization and Management and since 2012 has co-edited the Journal of Integrated Care. She is also an Associate Editor of BMC Health Services Research and the International Journal of Integrated Care.

Replacing pharmacists with robots isn't the answer to better productivity

Oct 25, 2017 07:47 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

Reforming pharmacy services and the role of pharmacists is one of the recommendations made in a five-year review of the nations productivity, released yesterday. The Productivity Commissions report, Shifting the Dial,...

Confused about the Medicare rebate freeze? Here's what you need to know

May 20, 2016 10:05 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

The Australian Labor Party announced yesterday that it will lift the Medicare rebate freeze if elected to office in the July federal election. We know health issues feature strongly in election debates, but what does this...

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Economy

FxWirePro: Keep a watch over Dollar’s reserve status

As the trade battle between the United States and rest of the world, especially the European Union and China intensify, along with dispute between the EU and the U.S. over Iran nuclear agreement, and a reduction in foreign...

Cryptocurrency Brief: Bitcoin plummets to new 2018 low, market loses over 80 pct of total value in circulation, Indian govt plans to draft crypto regulations – Tuesday, November 20

BTC/USD: Bitcoin prices once again plunged to fresh 2018 low during late European session Tuesday, as the crypto bloodshed continues amid a panic sell-off among investors. A report from FxStreet confirmed that the digital...

U.S. under Trump Series: Don’t bet too much on a looming U.S. recession

Many reports in the media continue to suggest that a recession is looming in the United States. Todays article in Reuters...

U.S. Treasuries mixed in muted trading ahead of 10-year auction

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German bunds jump after October PPI meets estimates; eyes on Q3 GDP, November manufacturing PMI

The German bunds jumped during afternoon session Tuesday after the countrys producer price index (PPI) for the month of October rose, albeit meeting market expectations. Investors will now keep a close eye on the countrys...

Politics

Threats remain to US voting system – and voters' perceptions of reality

As the 2018 midterms proceed, there are still significant risks to the integrity of the voting system and information warfare continues to try to influence the American publics choices when they cast their ballots. On...

Let's not focus on graduate incomes when assessing the worth of education

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What image will define the 2018 election?

Every election has its iconic images. Or does it? There are standout images from previous campaigns. Barack Obamas Hope poster, with all its homages and parodies, is a classic example. George W. Bushs Mission...

US mid-term results: seven key issues and what they mean for the country's uncertain future

America has voted, the results are in, but the countrys future remains uncertain for now. Tuesdays Congressional mid-term elections were billed rightly as among the most important in US history. Decades of widening...

Democrats take House at US midterm elections, but Republicans keep Senate; Labor well ahead in Victoria

US midterm elections were held today. All 435 House seats and 35 of the 100 Senators were up for election. Democrats were defending 26 Senators, including some states that Trump won by big margins in 2016, and Republicans...

Science

Novel approach brings African scientists closer to a malaria vaccine

Malaria is still a major problem in Africa. There are over 200 million clinical cases each year and approximately half a million deaths. There are different ways in which malaria can be controlled. Preventive measures...

Dramatic galaxy collision filled the Milky Way with stars, astronomers discover

Imagine trying to map out your home town using only information you could gather from your window. Even with a pair of binoculars youd find it a difficult task. Mapping out our own galaxy, the Milky Way, is a similarly...

How thoughtful, content-rich tutorials can help science students learn

Learning is not a spectator sport. Students need to make what they learn a part of their everyday lives. Tutorials are an excellent way to achieve this at university level. When theyre properly designed, tutorials can be...

Curious Kids: If a star explodes, will it destroy Earth?

This is an article from Curious Kids, a series for children. The Conversation is asking kids to send in questions theyd like an expert to answer. All questions are welcome: find out how to enter at the bottom. You might...

Explainer: what any country can and can't do in Antarctica, in the name of science

Antarctica is owned by no one, but there are plenty of countries interested in this frozen island continent at the bottom of the Earth. While there are some regulations on who can do what there, scientific research has...

Technology

‘Fortnite’ Latest News & Update: Humiliates ‘God of War’ & ‘Red Dead Redemption’ in Video Game Awards

Fortnite might be the most popular video game in the world right now but no one can be faulted for saying that it is not Game of the Year material. However, it would appear that the judges over at the Golden Joystick...

Radeon RX 590 Latest News & Update: ‘Resident Evil 2’ & ‘DMC 5’ Included in Bundle

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Nvidia Latest News & Update: Cryptocurrency Failure Leads to Stock Nosedive, Lost The Gamble or Bad Luck?

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iOS Jailbreak Latest News & Update: iOS 12.1 Successfully Bypassed by Tencent KeenLab Researcher

A Tencent Keenlab researcher recently confirmed on Twitter that his jailbreak method successfully bypassed the latest iOS 12.1 that is running devices of XS MAX, Apple, and iPhone. Named Liang Chen, the researcher said...

'Fallout 76' Latest News & Update: Titanic Failure as Expected, Burning Reviews Paint Apocalyptic Reception

Fallout 76 was doomed from the start and it would seem that everyone could see this except for Bethesda. The game was as confusing to itself as it was to fans and this was the least of its problems. The result is the...
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