New research based on our 45 and Up Study finds that Australian women have an average out-of-pocket expense of $345 a year related to their asthma.READ MORE
A world-leading biosecurity expert says Australia should persist with all feasible COVID-19 prevention measures for as long as possible in our latest issue of Public Health Research & Practice.READ MORE
This Evidence Check provides pointers on speeding social recovery after one of the worst bushfire seasons in the country’s history.READ MORE
We’ve relocated to new Sydney offices, and to kick off the move we’re celebrating with a striking new logo.
New research based on our 45 and Up Study data finds links between certain food groups, memory loss and long-term health.
A new paper in Public Health Research & Practice by Dr Anne-Marie Eades examines vicarious trauma while conducting research.
Unwarranted clinical variation can compromise health outcomes — this Sax Institute Evidence Check addresses what can be done to combat it.
Two new Sax Institute Evidence Checks have found encouraging results for improving post-suicide services and support.
The Sax Institute is involved in a groundbreaking initiative to research the genetic factors involved in healthy ageing.