Here you will find a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice.

UWA School of Population and Global Health: a grassroots research strategy to help address domestic violence

Professor Colleen Fisher

Showcasing our members: 20 June 2017. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. School of Population Health at the University of Western Australia A strategy of involving the community in research...

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Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research: Research models the way ahead for radiotherapy services

Professor Michael Barton OAM

Showcasing our members: 24 May 2017. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research Broad engagement, transparency and collaboration have been key to the successful development...

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University of Newcastle: Women’s health study a policy goldmine

Showcasing our members:  13 February 2017. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Priority Research Centre for Generational Health and Ageing, University of Newcastle The Federal Government’s National Women’s Health Policy, its Physical...

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Collaborative approach delivers research with influence

Showcasing our members: 20 October 2016. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Menzies School of Health Research Collaborating with governments not only in Australia, but in at least 20 neighbouring...

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Putting opioid access on the global policy agenda

Showcasing our members:  11 October 2016. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW Australia An influential paper revealing that 5.5 million people worldwide have little or no access to...

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University of Newcastle: Building evidence on alcohol-related violence

Showcasing our members:  22 July 2016. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Newcastle Professor Kypros Kypri believes his research linking alcohol restrictions with a dramatic...

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Griffith University: Assessing the value of research

Showcasing our members: 1 June 2016. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University At what point should the research stop, and new healthcare interventions be adopted?...

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UNSW: using evaluation to drive change

Showcasing our members: 29 February 2016. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity The integration of health services for the many NSW patients with chronic disease is...

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Cancer Council: Ahead of the curve on cancer screening

Showcasing our members: 18 November 2015. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Cancer Council NSW Australia will become the first country in the world to transition to truly integrated HPV-based vaccination...

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The University of Sydney: Using linked data to address rising rates of postpartum haemorrhage

Showcasing our members: 2 November 2015. This is part of a series of articles showcasing the Sax Institute members’ diverse range of research with implications for future health policy and practice. Clinical and Population Perinatal Health Research, Kolling Institute of Medical Research, The University of Sydney  A concerning upward...

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