The Sax Institute improves health and wellbeing by driving the use of research in policies, programs and services.READ MORE
Photo: Mr Saul Moss, 45 and Up Study participant
Information from more than a quarter of a million people in our
45 and Up Study on healthy ageing is being used to design better
health policies and programs.
Photo: Professor Emily Banks, Scientific Director of the 45 and Up Study
Our Knowledge Exchange program helps health decision makers find
and use research evidence, work with researchers, and evaluate
Photo: Cancer Institute staff, lead by CEO Professor David Currow
Our recent forum on public health
messages in the media is one of many
tailored events we hold for the research
and policy communities.
Photo: Dr Norman Swan, Professor
Simon Chapman and Ms Amy Corderoy
The Sax Institute is commissioning a rapid review of the evidence on maternal, pregnancy and neonatal outcomes following IVF pregnancies.
The Sax Institute is commissioning a rapid review of the evidence on sustainability strategies for leadership development programs.
The first large-scale Australian evidence on smoking and mortality shows up to 1.8 million smokers will die from their habit if they continue to smoke.
The Sax Institute is commissioning a rapid review of the evidence on best practice around caring for carers.
The Institute has launched an open access journal publishing high-quality peer reviewed research meaningful to those working in public health.
The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to to implement and lead the Centre’s Indigenous Tobacco Control initiative.