The Sax Institute brings researchers, policy makers and those who deliver health services to the same table to exchange knowledge and ideas.
Dialogue on important health issues can help these groups provide innovative answers to the questions facing our health system.
The Institute draws on the best national and international expertise to ensure we host relevant, high-level exchange events. Examples include:
- Are health promotion interventions cost-effective? Professor Theo Voss, University of Queensland school of population health and Professor Rob Carter, Deakin University school of health and social development.
- The UK’s National Health Service experience of workforce reform. Professor Bob Elliott, Director of the Health Economics Research Unit, University of Aberdeen.
- Integrating research into health policy. Professor Penny Hawe, University of Calgary.