March 2008. Topics include how to successfully publish your research, prescribing errors, new research opportunities, and a new Productivity Commission report on government services. Download HARC e-Bulletin Issue 4 (PDF 185 KB)READ MORE
The Sax Institute produces a range of publications, including: published research in peer-reviewed journals; Evidence Check Reviews, evidence summaries designed to answer specific policy questions; and a peer-reviewed public health journal Public Health Research & Practice.
December 2007. Topics include stroke care, hospital care costs for older people, a new NSW Health report on nurses and patient safety, and improving alertness and performance in emergency departments. Download HARC e-Bulletin Issue 3 (PDF 157 KB)READ MORE
September 2007. Topics include falls prevention, hand hygiene, the June 2007 The State of Our Public Hospitals report and the new National Health and Medical Research Council code on responsible research practices. Download HARC e-Bulletin Issue 2 (PDF 87 KB)READ MORE
June 2007. Topics include a summary of the first HARC Forum, information about HARC-brokered research projects, the NSW State Health Plan and the second Intergenerational Report. Download HARC e-Bulletin Issue 1 (PDF 88 KB)READ MORE
In 2009-2010 Sax Institute programs made notable contributions to health policy. Our Evidence Check reviews informed a wide range of policy programs. We conducted 18 rapid research reviews, looking at issues such as the role of interactive media in reducing adolescent obesity. SEARCH began providing important new information for...READ MORE
The Sax Institute achieved some major milestones during 2008-2009. More than 260,000 men and women across NSW aged 45 and over generously agreed to share their health information through participation in the 45 and Up Study. The Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH) was established...READ MORE
The 2007-2008 year saw the value of the Sax Institute’s work to policy makers and researchers affirmed. Our programs were also expanded. The 45 and Up Study became the largest cohort study in the Southern Hemisphere, enrolling 125,000 participants by the end of the year. Strong Foundations, Strong Futures,...READ MORE