Have you led research that has led to real and valuable changes in health policy or services? These Awards are designed to recognise your work and help bring it to a wider audience!READ MORE
The Sax Institute’s systems model of the burden of osteoporosis in Australia forecasts approximately 2 million fragility fractures will occur over the next 10 years in people over the age of 50 years. Read how the model was used to uncover better strategies to address the problem.READ MORE
Four future health care leaders are heading overseas on a diverse range of projects, thanks to the latest round of HARC (Health Alliance for Research Collaboration) scholarships.READ MORE
Power, spheres of influence and how Indigenous people can drive change within Western institutions — Simone Sherriff, Project Officer and PhD student with the Sax Institute’s SEARCH Program, on her trip to England with the Melbourne Poche Leadership Fellows Program.READ MORE
This workshop will help busy policy and program professionals understand how to critically appraise research when designing their policy and programs.READ MORE
The latest issue explores a variety of ways that we can respond to the global issue of childhood overweight and obesity.
Associate Professor Lisa Wood says winning the 2018 Research Action Award has helped cement the strong translation and policy focus of her research.
This Evidence Check identifies strategies that foster the use of research evidence in population health policy and program delivery.
This workshop will help busy policy and program professionals understand how to critically appraise research when designing their policy and programs.
How Indigenous people can drive change in our institutions, disturbing new research on smoking and heart disease, and more.