• Dr Arthur Hsueh

Ya-Seng (Arthur) Hsueh is a Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Health Policy (CHP), University of Melbourne. Dr Hsueh has extensive experience in both teaching and research in health economics. He is the coordinator of the teaching and supervising research project of Health Economics and Economic Evaluation within the Master of Public Health at the University of Melbourne since 2007. His research is focusing on cost-effectiveness analysis on various public health interventions on topical health issues, for example, cost-effectiveness of community pharmacists’ involvement in enhancing compliance and health outcome of cardio vascular disease patients; and cost-effectiveness of Australia and New Zealand nationwide randomised controlled trial of early physical activities on health outcomes for spinal cord injured patients.