This special extra issue of Public Health Research & Practice examines the theme of knowledge translation to support public health policy and practice.READ MORE
Getting the research question right at the start is key to producing a rapid review that can successfully answer a policy question.READ MORE
Australia is leading the way internationally in making the best use of health policy research, says the World Health Organization’s Dr Abdul Ghaffar.READ MORE
Photo: Dr Abdul Ghaffar.
This interview in the Sax Institute journal Public Health Research & Practice gives insights on how researchers can engage with government.
This study looked at 74 rapid reviews commissioned by health policy agencies through the Sax Institute’s Evidence Check program.
Dismissing people’s worries as baseless is one of the least effective ways of communicating public health risks; instead building trust is key.
A new Evidence Check examined evidence of the effectiveness of using public libraries as settings for health promotion and health education programs.
Learn more about the University of Newcastle’s Priority Research Centre for Generational Health and Ageing, led by Professor Julie Byles.