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
Associate Professor Jennifer DeVoe told a recent HARC symposium that networks of PCMHs can provide valuable data.
Professor Melissa Wake describes how data from a major study of child health could help lessen the future burden of non-communicable disease.
We invite you to join us for this HARC forum exploring how accreditation could be used as a lever for change in Australia.
This role will contribute to the Australian Prevention Partnership Centre’s ‘Prevention Tracker’ initiative.
Two scholars will soon join us to build health systems knowledge via a global leaders program.
Professor Carinci would like to see performance of public health systems accessed via mobile phones.