The Hon. Ken Wyatt opened the 2017 SEARCH Forum to highlight new insights from SEARCH – the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health.READ MORE
“The Research Action Awards are a fantastic way to showcase research and, importantly, recognise the efforts that researchers make for their work to have a meaningful impact on people’s lives.”
– 2016 winner Associate Professor Kees van Gool.
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
Health researchers have a responsibility to self-promote their work and should embrace Twitter to help disseminate their findings.READ MORE
Implementation Science is having a real-world impact on health policies, programs and systems and it’s time to highlight its importance.
Clinicians treating women with breast cancer should see every consultation as an opportunity to review their management of the disease.
Applications are open to early career researchers whose research has made a significant impact on health policy, programs or service delivery.
Researchers have shown how a groundbreaking modelling tool can predict the likely impact of suicide prevention interventions.
A new linked data project using SURE is providing the first comprehensive information on how childhood vaccination programs are performing.