New research based on data from the 45 and Up Study reveals that women hospitalised with a suspected heart attack get poorer treatment compared to men.READ MORE
A study by a Sax Institute member, the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University, reveals important benefits and mild side effects.READ MORE
A decision support tool developed by the Sax Institute shows how changes in the number of psychiatric beds might impact on suicide rates.READ MORE
Following a new evidence review organised by the Sax Institute, The Heart Foundation has recommended a limit on red meat intake.READ MORE
Taking the guesswork out of suicide prevention policy, gender discrepancies for heart disease and more in this edition of Evidence Matters.
A new paper published by Simone Sherriff, Project Officer with our SEARCH Program, identifies what makes SEARCH partnerships successful.
A partnership between the Prevention Research Collaboration and the NSW Office of Sport is reshaping the Australian sporting landscape.
When it comes to designing better healthcare, how do we encourage innovation in a notoriously complex system?
We examine the evidence for smoking quitlines —phone-based services providing behavioural support for people seeking to stop smoking.