The July issue of Public Health Research & Practice looks at the innovative use of cohort data to address emerging public health issues and inform health services planning and policy.READ MORE
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
Professor Don Nutbeam recently travelled to NUI Galway in Ireland to address a major conference about building a richer evidence base to inform public health policy.READ MORE
Photo: Quadrangle Building, NUI Galway
The Sax Institute’s submission to the Federal Government’s Medical Research Future Fund urges it to prioritise research that can shape the future of health services in Australia.READ MORE
Research from the University of Newcastle’s Professor Kypros Kypri shows alcohol restrictions have reduced night-time assaults in Newcastle.
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New research demonstrates how data from the 45 and Up Study could support the work of Local Health Districts and Primary Health Networks.
Hospital emergency departments could be strategically recruited into efforts to reduce smoking, according to new research.
Sax Institute researchers shared insights into the ways in which research and evidence can be translated into policy at a recent conference.
New findings from the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH) have been published in the MJA.