News of our first MRFF project, a Findings Brief on scaling up in community settings, and a new tool to help you measure the success of working in partnership. Read the full issueREAD MORE
The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre is a national initiative that is identifying new ways to understand what works and what doesn’t to prevent lifestyle-related chronic health problems in Australia.
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The last edition for the year acknowledges the Centre’s important contribution to prevention research so far and exciting plans for 2018. Read the full issueREAD MORE
News about how Prevention Centre researchers are exploring social networks in communities; the new liveability report; and the virtual community of systems practitioners. Read the full issueREAD MORE
Chief investigators and researchers discuss four years of collective nutrition research projects at the Prevention Centre; science communications training with a difference; and the liveability study expands. Read the full issueREAD MORE
News about the Prevention Centre’s new project on the compelling case for preventing chronic disease and key findings from the liveability project. Read the full issueREAD MORE
At the World Congress on Public Health, key policy makers and academics shared what they have learnt from the Australian Prevention partnership. Read the full issueREAD MORE
Returning to Australia this month, Professor Osgood discusses ways to optimise the use of big data to inform better decision-making in health. Read the full issueREAD MORE
As we near the end of another year, we take a look at what we’ve achieved – and what we’re hoping for in the New Year. Read the full issueREAD MORE
This issue contains news about our project looking at the implementation of childhood obesity programs, our new project on food security in Aboriginal communities, and how our liveability project is bearing fruit. Read the full issueREAD MORE
Researchers, policy makers and service providers have participated in the first of three workshops to inform the NSW Premier’s Priority for reducing childhood overweight and obesity Read moreREAD MORE