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Helen Dickinson

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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.

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Journal article

02 Oct 2017

The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has the potential to substantially transform care for Australians with disabilities. One of the key components of this system is individual funding – where the person with disability is allocated an amount of resource that they...

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24 May 2017

A Melbourne Social Equity Insititute research team recently embarked on a project to explore the degree to which the NDIS is achieving its aims and objectives from the perspective of people with disability using these services.

Introduced in 2013, the National Disability Insurance Scheme...

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20 May 2016

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 proposal actually mean for most of us?

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Research report

13 Nov 2014

This research diagnoses the challenges relating to the future of the public service workforce, and identifies some of the potential solutions to these challenges.


Much has been written about public services in recent years, but the one constant within...

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Discussion paper

12 Jun 2014

The University of Melbourne in partnership with the Brotherhood of St Laurence is developing a research program that aims to critically examine ‘ prime ’ or ‘ lead ’ provider models of public service delivery. This discussion paper forms part of the initial exploration and provides an overview...

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