31 July 2019. Are you a policy maker or program manager who needs to use research findings in your work? If so, the Sax Institute’s upcoming training course could be for you. In this 3.5 hour workshop, participants will gain: A greater understanding of different types of evidence from...READ MORE
The Sax Institute provides training for policymakers, practitioners and researchers to build skills and knowledge that will enable the best use of research to support decision making.
Our training will provide you with tools and knowledge you need, whether you are a policymaker or practitioner seeking to build confidence in understanding how research and evaluation can be used effectively to shape your work or a researcher aiming to have your work used in the development and implementation of policies and programs.
One of our main aims at the Sax Institute is to build ways for researchers, policymakers and practitioners to ensure policy and practice are based on the best available evidence.
We provide training to develop skills on using research and evaluation in policy and practice and for working collaboratively.
Our training program is:
- Delivered face to face or online
- Interactive, practical, using real examples where possible
- Focused on applicability to policy, practice or research contexts
- Limited to small groups
- Structured as short courses, from half day to three days
- Led by highly experienced and respected presenters from research, policy and practice
Upcoming training events:
13 August 2019. Join us for an “Introduction to Economic Evaluation in Health”, conducted by experienced health economists from the Sydney Health Economics Collaboration (comprising the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, University of Sydney, UNSW, The George Institute). The course will cover: An introduction to economic concepts and the health...READ MORE
16 October 2019. This whole-day workshop, led by internationally renowned expert in public health evaluation Professor Adrian Bauman, will help participants understand how to select the most appropriate approach when seeking to evaluate programs and policies. The focus will be on large-scale public-sector programs and the new methods used...READ MORE
5-7 November 2019 Research conducted with policy partners can have a greater chance of impacting on policies, programs and services. But how do early career researchers build these partnerships? How do they manage and sustain them? And how do they get their research findings known and used? Our new...READ MORE