In this post for The Mandarin, Sax Institute’s Professor Don Nutbeam writes about the importance of dialogue and collaboration between policymakers and researchers.READ MORE
Photo: Professor Don Nutbeam
The Sax Institute improves health and wellbeing
by driving the use of research in policies, programs and services.
Photo: Mrs Julie Plant, 45 and Up Study participant
Our Analysis for Policy program is working with the Central Coast
Local Health District to support its efforts in integrating care
Photo: Dr Peter Lewis, Director of the Central Coast Public Health Unit
We report on a seminar with Canadian health data science expert Professor Nate Osgood, announce our upcoming 45 and Up Study meeting, and more.
Researchers are invited to share their expertise by joining RADAR — our Researcher Accessible Database for the Allocation of Reviews.
The Sax Institute is helping researchers, policy makers and health program leaders tap into two of the country’s biggest health datasets.
Save the date for this year’s meeting to be held Tuesday 6 September at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. Abstract submissions close 17 June.
Professor Lesley Barclay writes that the way we accredit healthcare may be in need of reform, but it has improved the quality of patient care in Australia.
Findings from a Sax Institute Evidence Check have been published in the Australian Journal of Primary Health.