• Health Economics
  • Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention
  • Mental Health
  • Health Economics
Research Disciplines
Socio-Economic Objectives
  • 2022 - College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences Dean's Awards, Teaching Excellence - Students' View
  • 2022 - JCU Sessional Teaching Award
  • 2021 - Australian Health Economics Society
  • 2021 - International Health Economics Association
  • 2020 - Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine

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ResearchOnline@JCU stores 14+ research outputs authored by Mr Christopher Rouen from 2018 onwards.

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Australian National University - Institute of Advanced Studies - Contract Research

Communication in Nursing Handovers at St Vincent?s Hospital Sydney: A before and after evaluation of potential economic impact

Indicative Funding
The aim of this study is to examine the impact of Communication in Nursing Handover translational research on treatment costs and frequency of hospital acquired complications in four wards at St Vincent?s Hospital, Sydney.
Christopher Rouen in collaboration with Diana Slade (College of Healthcare Sciences and Australian National University)
Health Economics; Health Systems; Nursing

Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation - Research Grant

The extent, cause and direct healthcare costs of non-fatal deliberate self-harm in Far North Queensland

Indicative Funding
$5,000 over 1 year
This project aims to perform a retrospective epidemiological analysis of hospital-treated self-harm episodes to determine the incidence, prevalence, characteristics and healthcare costs of self-harm in Far North Queensland.
Christopher Rouen, Caryn West, Daniel Lindsay and Natalie Conley (College of Healthcare Sciences, College of Public Health and Medical & Vet Sciences)
Deliberate self-harm; Mental Health

Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation - Research Grant

Primary healthcare injury surveillance in remote Indigenous communities

Indicative Funding
$24,960 over 1 year
A clinical file audit will determine the nature, cause and extent of alcohol-related injuries in three remote Indigenous communities of Cape York. The project will inform community alcohol management decision-making surrounding future approaches to reduce injury and improve community safety.
Caryn West, Daniel Lindsay, Christopher Rouen and Andrea Grimes (College of Healthcare Sciences, College of Public Health and Medical & Vet Sciences)
Injuries; Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander; Primary Health Care; Alcohol

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