New research in the latest issue of Public Health Research & Practice identifies for the first time a range of specific harms teenage consumers of alcohol experience at the hands of other drinkers.READ MORE
Three Australian researchers who have achieved real impact have been honoured in the Sax Institute’s Research Action Awards.READ MORE
Five new Evidence Checks managed by the Sax Institute are informing an online mental health initiative for schools and early learning services.READ MORE
The Sax Institute Annual Report 2018-19 provides insight into the broad array of activities and services that the Institute has delivered throughout the year.READ MORE
Our researchers have used computer modelling to forecast future states of osteoporosis and identify the best interventions for tackling this silent disease.READ MORE
The Sax Institute is working with the Victorian Government to evaluate its suicide prevention trials and uncover next steps for this crucial program.
We identified proven interventions for encouraging healthy eating and physical activity. These will inform the development of a national obesity strategy.
In this month’s edition: new evidence on the mental health of young Australians, the health impacts of climate change, and more.
The Australian Centre for Public and Population Health Research is working with Aboriginal communities to improve preventive care.
Learn more about a project that helps children with speech problems and an analysis of the renewal of Australia’s National Cervical Screening Program.