• Highlights of 2018–2019:

    • The value of the 45 and Up Study continues to grow, with a research project based on the Study and focusing on the prevention and management of dementia receiving national grant funding support.
    • A surge in demand for our Secure Unified Research Environment (SURE), with nearly one-third more users by 30 June 2019 compared to a year earlier.
    • Public Health Research & Practice has continued to extend its reach, with a growth in website traffic and expanding international readership.
    • Our Decision Analytics team delivered a significantly expanded program of work, and our systems modelling and simulation tools are being used to inform strategic planning, advocacy and alliance building at national, state and regional levels.
    • The Evaluate team had its busiest year yet, managing 23 projects and working with a wide range of organisations across most jurisdictions.
    • The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre further developed a collegial, cross-jurisdictional prevention research community that has changed how its members think and work.
    • The Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH) has included a particular focus on mental health, and a range of evidence-based improvements in mental health services for Aboriginal young people have been introduced in the South West Sydney area as a result.
    The cover image of the Sax Institute Annual Report 2019. The cover is an image of a woman lifting a young girl into the air while they are both laughing.
  • 2019 Signed Financial Statements

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