Professor Nicholas Graves

Academic Director
Centre of Research Excellence in Reducing Healthcare Associated Infections, Queensland University of Technology / Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation

Professor Nicholas Graves is a Health Economist. His applied research brings economics to the study of healthcare services, with the aim of showing how health services can be improved at low cost or even improved with cost savings. Professor Graves is the academic director of the CRE-RHAI, and is a Chief Investigator on the grant that provides funding for the CRE-RHAI. In addition to his work in the cost-effectiveness in healthcare associated infections, Professor Graves has a wide profile of health services research, and is the academic director of the AusHSI, the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation.

Projects

The cost-effectiveness of influenza vaccination for health care workers in Queensland Health

Using evidence to reduce the risk of Surgical Site Infection following primary total hip replacement in the UK