Has your research had real-world impact? You may be eligible to enter our Research Action Awards, which celebrate research that has made a significant impact on health policy, programs or service delivery. Applications close Friday, 22 September.READ MORE
Photo: 2016 Research Action Award winner Associate Professor Kristine Macartney
Registrations are now open for this year’s Annual Forum, where you can join the discussion about what’s next for Australia’s largest cohort study and what possibilities it offers to help us grapple with future health challenges.READ MORE
Federal Minister for Indigenous Health the Hon Ken Wyatt says the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH) should be celebrated as a “jewel in the crown” in Aboriginal health research.READ MORE
In the latest issue of Public Health Research & Practice journal, researchers say a ‘one size fits all’ approach to cancer screening is inappropriate.READ MORE
We are seeking expressions of interest from researchers to conduct an evidence review on survey instruments for monitoring self-esteem in children.
A new research project using data from the 45 and Up Study aims to improve understanding of the genetics of bipolar disorder.
Read how an innovative program in health technology assessment is filling local evidence gaps to ensure health dollars are well spent.
Researchers are using the Secure Unified Research Environment to shed light on factors that put older patients at risk of moving into residential aged care.
Applications are open to early career researchers whose research has made a significant impact on health policy, programs or service delivery.