We have an extensive record of producing health technology
assessments for our
clients. Recent examples of systematic reviews, rapid reviews,
horizon scanning and peer-reviewed publications are provided below.
In addition, we also publish fit-for-purpose research and reports
for patient's information.
Horizon scanning reports
Vega CV, Gostlow HC, Marlow N, Babidge W, Maddern G.
Characteristics of participants who withdraw from surgical
simulation-based educational research. BMJ Simulation and
Technology Enhanced Learning. 2018; [Epub ahead of print]. DOI: 10.1136.
Vreugdenburg TD, Forel D, Marlow N, Maddern GJ, Quinn J, Lander
R, Tobin S. Morbidity and mortality meetings: gold, silver or
bronze? ANZ Journal of Surgery. 2018; [Epub
ahead of print]. PMID: 29430809.
Scarfe, A, Duncan, J, Ma, N,
Cameron, A, Rankin, D, Karatassas, A, Fletcher, D, Watters, D,
Maddern, G. Day case hernia repair: weak evidence or practice gap?
ANZ Journal of Surgery. 2018; [Epub ahead of
print]. PMID: 29573102.
Forel, D, Vandepeer, M, Duncan, J, Tivey, DR, Tobin,
SA. Leaving surgical training: some of the reasons are in
surgery. ANZ Journal of Surgery.
2018; [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 29411485.
Atukorale, YN, Lambert, RS, Cameron, AL, Maddern, GJ. Stem cell treatments within surgical
specialities: what is the evidence? ANZ Journal of
Surgery. 2018; 88(1-2):11-12. PMID: 29392912.
Vreugdenburg, TD, Cameron, AL, Wild, C. Prostate artery
embolisation: poor design and reporting impact the value of current
systematic reviews. European Urology. 2018;
73(4):642-643. PMID: 29273408.
Saing, S, Haywood, P, Duncan, JK, Ma, N, Cameron, AL, Goodall, S.
Cost-effective imaging for resectability of liver lesions in
colorectal cancer: an economic decision model. ANZ Journal of
Surgery. 2017 [Epub ahead of print].
Gostlow, H, Vega, CV, Marlow, N, Babidge, W, Maddern, G. Do
Surgeons React?: A retrospective analysis of surgeons' response to
harassment of a colleague during simulated operating theatre
scenarios. Annals of Surgery. 2017 [Epub
ahead of print]. PMID: 28742690
pathways following hip and knee arthroplasty
RACS and Medibank Private Limited, January 2018.