The latest issue of Public Health Research & Practice, published by the Sax Institute, focuses on alcohol consumption and its impact on public health.READ MORE
To make a difference, the right evidence needs to get to the right person at the right time, Dr Diane Watson told the recent 45 and Up Study meeting.READ MORE
Photo: Dr Diane Watson gives her keynote address
Hundreds of urban Aboriginal children have benefited from an innovative partnership program established to tackle speech and hearing difficulties.
The project by the Australian Prevention Partnership Centre is addressing chronic disease risk factors by making cities more liveable.
The long-term success of childhood obesity interventions is being threatened because of a lack of integration into routine care.
Collaboration is key to much of the successful work undertaken by Sax Member Menzies School of Health Research, says Director Professor Alan Cass.
Australian-first study will help lay groundwork for evidence-informed policies and programs to improve mental health care for Aboriginal children.
A Sax Institute rapid review has revealed high-quality evidence showing density of liquor outlets and alcohol trading hours are associated with violence.