Australian Health Services Research Institute

The Australian Health Services Research Institute (AHSRI) is a major research facility at the University of Wollongong, established in May 2011. AHSRI brings together eight research centres, and is part of the Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong (Faculty of Business).

AHSRI aims to improve the management and provision of health and community services in Australia by achieving greater equity in resource distribution, fairer access to services, better continuity within and across the health and community care sectors, and the use of evidence to assist management decision-making.

In addition to producing robust academic output, the products of the Institute include practical and expert advice to a variety of government and non-government agencies and interest groups.

AHSRI is comprised of the following research centres:



AHSRI also offers an active Education Program


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Improved care for the dying is good news for all

PhD scholarship - Inclusion of people with disability in Australian workplaces

AHSRI's report for the Aged Care Royal Commission


Recently Released AHSRI Publications

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FINAL REPORTS NOW AVAILABLE - Resource Utilisation and Classification Study

Choices at end of life — recent media coverage and lecture


AHSRI 2018 Annual Report Cover 

Experts unite behind evidence supporting immunisation

AHSRI Education Program

AHSRI Staff Intranet