Has your research had a significant impact on health policy or services? Apply now for the 2019 Research Action Awards, but be quick, applications close Monday, 26 August 2019.READ MORE
How a partnership between the Prevention Research Collaboration and the NSW Office of Sport is reshaping the Australian sporting landscape.READ MORE
We’re collaborating with Aboriginal communities on groundbreaking new research into healthy Indigenous ageing, thanks to $1.2 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council.READ MORE
A new study based on our 45 and Up Study has found that while grass is great, it’s the leafy tree canopy that has the greatest benefits for mental health.READ MORE
The latest issue explores the successes, challenges and future directions of cancer screening in Australia.READ MORE
Read more on the findings of a review of the benefits, costs and harms of Australia’s screening programs for bowel and cervical cancers.
Learn how one of last year’s Research Action Award winners is driving change in health services for the homeless.
We’re using computer simulation to peer into the future of cardiovascular disease and forecast the best ways to prevent and treat Australia’s leading cause of...
Dr Danielle Currie has won an international award for her research into managing disease outbreaks of the waterborne parasite Cryptosporidium.
Our $1.2m grant for research into healthy Indigenous ageing, the secret to improving community mental health, and more.