Prevention Centre in the media
The Prevention Centre wants to engage with the broader community about the prevention of lifestyle-related chronic disease. This section includes media coverage of our work and events.
7 November 2016: The Prevention centre’s dynamic simulation model provides insights into the policies and combinations of policies that will have the greatest effect on reducing alcohol-related harms in NSW.Read More
15 May 2016: Professor Amanda Lee busts the myth that healthy food costs more than junk food.Read More
10 March 2016: The science of public health and why it counts: Professor Penny Hawe writes in The Conversation.Read More
19 November 2015: Professor Penny Hawe challenges the Australian public to engage as citizens in debate and discussion about events around us.Read More
15 March 2015: What if Melbourne's traffic congestion was eased by making the city more walkable? A Prevention Centre project is developing a new measure of liveability: the Transport Walkability Index.Read More