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
A new service designed to help policy and program
agencies diagnose how they use research.
Photo: Sax Institute Head of Knowledge Exchange Ms Sian Rudge and Director of CIPHER, Dr Anna Williamson
The first issue of PHRP for 2016 focuses on the nexus between primary care and population health.
In our latest INSIGHTS series video, Dr Alex Wodak talks drug law reform and its impact on health.
Sax colleagues and members make the 2015 Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list.
In this Bulletin, we look at improved patient care, new research on avoiding adverse events and more.
“Citizens’ juries” were briefed on the evidence and dilemmas associated with PSA testing.
We are looking for a Senior Communications Officer and a Communications & Events Officer.