Photo gallery and a recording of our recent public lecture on measuring research impact with Professor Trish Greenhalgh and Professor Anne Kelso is now available.READ MORE
This issue highlights the need for better continuity of care to deal with the complex health needs of refugees and asylum seekers.READ MORE
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The Conference provides an opportunity to hear from experts in knowledge mobilisation and to share experience in this emerging field.
A new research project funded by the MRFF is working to improve Aboriginal food security in both urban and remote communities.
The Queensland Government has enlisted the Sax Institute to help reach its target of cutting the state’s smoking rate to just 8% by 2026.
SURE de-identifies personal data, and enables research that might not otherwise have been possible.
This course for researchers, policymakers and health service/program planning teams provides insights into the multiple ways these datasets can be used.