NSW Permit No. LTPS/18/22527

This competition is closed now and the winners have been drawn and notified.

The winners are:

J Wadham, NSW

G Clapham, NSW

G Buttriss, NSW

T Nathan, NSW

D Bell, NSW

L Martens, NSW

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Team CaPPRe has conquered the kosi challenge yet again! We took on the kosi challenge to raise awareness and funds for Aussies living with rare and less common cancers. The fundraiser was part of Rare Cancers Australia's annual fundraising walk up Mt Kosciuszko. We've raise $3070 so far. If you would like to show your support, donation pages are... more

How do you rate the quality of your life? How does your quality of life compare to other people in NSW? 

We are recruiting for an annual survey to measure the quality of life of NSW residents over time. 

Prizes to be won! 

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NSW Permit No. LTPS/18/22527

  1. This competition commences at 9am on 2nd March, 2018 and closes at 11.59 pm on 1st May, 2018 (‘Promotional Period’). Taking part in this competition constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.
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CaPPRe has turned 2! Thank you to all our clients for your support and a massive thank you to everyone who has participated in our surveys. We could not have done it without you! 

Here's us celebrating over some cake!

Todd Stephenson, Secretary of the Patient Voice Initiative was selected as a finalist for the "eye for pharma" awards in the Patient Advocate category Todd & Jessica Bean (Chair of the Patient Voice Initiative) are hoping... more

CaPPRe networked with other researchers at SSI's tall ship cruise. Our own Karen Winkler even climbed the mast!

Thanks for your hospitality SSI! 

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Last month the CaPPRe team exhibited at the ARCS conference to promote community and patient preference research and choice modelling techniques to drug and medical device professionals. To find out more about patient preference research, click ... more

Great turnout in Brisbane and Melbourne workshops to discuss how the patient voice can be included in healthcare decision making in Australia. See summary below:

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