The Sax Forum connects the Sax Institute and its Members to help develop collaborative initiatives and share opportunities and knowledge.

Sax Forum: Knowledge Mobilisation Symposia

28 July 2022. The Sax Forum is a valuable initiative that allows the Sax Institute to share knowledge among its Members and help understand what we can do better together. On 22 June, the second in a series of Knowledge Mobilisation Symposia was held, organised by the Sax Institute with the...

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Working collaboratively in Aboriginal health research

4 July 2022. The second of two workshops on Aboriginal health research was held on 29 June 2022. The first workshop, held on 2 March 2022, focused on study design and working with Aboriginal communities. A recording of that session can be viewed here. The second workshop on 29...

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Sax Forum: knowledge mobilisation

22 June 2022. The second symposium in our series on knowledge mobilisation, being organised by the Sax Institute with the NSW Ministry of Health, was held on 22 June 2022. Professor John Lavis, Conjoint Associate Professor Sarah Thackway and Professor Jonathan Craig addressed evidence-support systems from global, state and...

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Sax Forum EMCR Workshop: Using cohort datasets for environmental health research

11 April 2022. The third in a series of Sax Forum sessions designed to give Early- and Mid-Career Researchers an understanding of the potential of cohort datasets for health research was held on 30 March 2022. The topic of the workshop was ‘Using cohort datasets for environmental health research’....

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Working collaboratively in Aboriginal health research

A Sax Forum workshop on the topic, Working collaboratively in Aboriginal health research, was held on 2 March 2022. The workshop addressed community driven research and working with Aboriginal communities. Presentations were delivered by: Christine Corby OAM, Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service Kim Morey, SAHMRI Jamie Newman, Orange Aboriginal Medical...

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Sax Forum: Knowledge Mobilisation Symposia

22 March 2022. The first in a series of Knowledge Mobilisation Symposia, being organised by the Sax Institute with the NSW Ministry of Health, was held on 22 March 2022. The Symposium focus was evaluation of policies, programs and services. A keynote address was delivered by Professor Nicholas Mays,...

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Sax Forum: using cohort data for mental health research

23 September 2021. On 20 September 2021, The Sax Institute hosted its latest Sax Forum – a workshop aimed at early-to-mid-career researchers interested in using cohort data for mental health research. This Forum featured six panellists, all of whom work closely with big data sets such as the 45...

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Sax Forum: A presentation on the MRFF

11 June 2021. The Sax Forum is a valuable new initiative that allows the Sax Institute to share knowledge among Institute Members and help understand what we can do better together. On Tuesday 8 June, in our latest Sax Forum meeting, and the first in a planned series of...

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Workshop: Accessing cohort data

25 March 2021. We held an online workshop on 25 March for Sax Forum members to hear about a range of datasets available for analysis and researchers’ access to them. The objective of the workshop was to understand the opportunities to improve access and use of cohort data by...

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What is co-production and why does it matter?

17 March 2021. The past few years have seen a growing interest across the research and policy worlds in the concept of co-production. This is a model of research in which researchers and key stakeholders collaborate, bringing different expertise to address shared problems. Key stakeholders can be patients, the...

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