The Sax Institute’s Research Action Awards honour individuals whose research has made a significant impact on health policy, programs or service delivery.READ MORE
Our 45 and Up Study is a unique resource for exploring a broad range of mental health issues in older people during these difficult times.READ MORE
The NSW Health Hyperemesis Gravidarum Research Grants Program is offering up to $1.2 million for research into severe nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.READ MORE
Research based on data from the 45 and Up Study shows that having a vasectomy or being obese are both linked to an increased risk of advanced prostate cancer.
Co-production cannot simply be a slogan and must be backed by resources and capacity development, experts argue in Public Health Research & Practice.
Research using data from the 45 and Up Study revealed that fatigue is closely tied to a lower quality of life, as well as a person’s chance of another stroke.
Men have a 43% greater risk of dying from lung cancer than women, with cancer treatment being the most influential factor in this difference.
We’re partnering with Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety.