Congratulations to our 2016 Research Action Award winners,
Kees van Gool, Angela Dawson and
Kristine Macartney (not pictured).
Australia’s largest and longest-running study of urban Aboriginal children is set to continue its successful work as a platform to help close the Indigenous health gap.
Photo: Study participant Saraya Thompkins and her mother Latoya Terry.
From an innovative suicide prevention tool to nudge theory in public health − these were among the Sax Institute news stories that captured widespread attention this year.READ MORE
On ensuring evidence from research is useful, social media and healthcare, the patient-centred medical home model and more.
This review examined evidence for the effectiveness of peer-led interventions for reducing alcohol and other drug related harms in at risk youth.
Policy and program evaluation is messy and complex, but must be embedded across government, argues Professor Don Nutbeam.
Growing evidence is emerging of the real-world impact of research using the 45 and Up Study, with findings influencing tobacco legislation and more.
Catch up on the past fortnight’s public health and policy news with our column for health website Croakey.
Health research bodies have welcomed the announcement of the strategy and priorities for the Government’s Medical Research Future Fund.