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
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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
Prevention Tracker expands; the true cost of healthy eating; and five minutes with Professor Billie Giles-Corti Read the full issueREAD MORE
Evaluating physical activity interventions in the real world, and a new research project that is addressing the significant physical health issues of people with mental illness. Read the full issueREAD MORE
We report on a new project about childhood obesity, and meet PhD candidate Jan Muhunthan, who is developing research tools to help policy makers and researchers apply public health law in preventing chronic disease. Read the full issueREAD MORE
In this edition, Deputy Director Associate Professor Sonia Wutzke describes how the Centre has been gathering steam in 2015 and what we can expect of the year ahead. We also feature a quick Q&A from a range of people across the Prevention Centre about the highlights and challenges of...READ MORE
This edition of the Chronicle includes news of an exciting project based in Glenorchy, Tasmania that is aiming to map and learn from a local community’s prevention activities. We meet Senior Research Fellow Dr Devon Indig, and report on a recent conference presentation by health policy consultant Dr Sharon...READ MORE
WELCOME to this edition of The Chronicle. The focus of this edition is news about our research projects, including Professor Amanda Lee’s project developing the first nationally standardised tools and protocols to determine the relative price and affordability of healthy and unhealthy diets, and work to develop a unique policy analysis...READ MORE