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
Read about research presented at the 45 and Up Study Collaborators’ Meeting, held in early September.READ MORE
Photo: Study Scientific Director Professor Emily Banks addresses the meeting.
Learn about how the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH), is helping create a long-term platform for closing the gap.READ MORE
Photo: Nevaeh, 5, and mum Kirra Briggs, Awabakal Newcastle Aboriginal Cooperative Ltd
Two young Canadian scholars are embarking on their careers with first-hand international experience in research translation.
Professor Jane Turner told a recent HARC Forum in Sydney that Australia had led the way in recognising the need for psychosocial care in oncology.
We are commissioning a review of the evidence about homelessness, and a review of models of care for young people with substance misuse.
The 45 and Up Study is a “truly valuable tool” to help address health priorities in NSW and nationally, according to NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner.
A national review of longitudinal data architecture will recommend that existing national longitudinal data assets be maintained and supported.
A new collaboration will see Dr Steve Makkar test a tool, designed at the Sax Institute, to assess the use of research in US policy making.