A rapid expansion in online liquor delivery services is making it easier for minors to obtain alcohol, say the authors of a study published in Public Health Research & Practice.READ MORE
Data from the surveys are being made available to researchers and policy makers, and have been used by governments to support decision making.READ MORE
How does divorce and widowhood affect health? This new paper crunches data from our 45 and Up Study – one of the world’s largest longitudinal studies on healthy ageing – to find out.READ MORE
On 20 September 2021, The Sax Institute hosted its latest Sax Forum – a workshop aimed at early-to-mid-career researchers interested in using cohort data for mental health research.READ MORE
A leading epidemiologist warns against any expectations of an immediate return to normal life once vaccination targets of 70% and 80% are met.
Research finds that some of Australia’s largest alcohol companies are allowing children to access their marketing on popular social media.
Dr Gai Moore discusses her tips on knowledge synthesis for policy and practice.
The Sax Institute and its partners have been awarded a grant to provide evidence about the effectiveness of innovative Aboriginal-led health programs.
A new genomics project which will deliver improved cancer risk prediction, screening and early detection.