We have 37 projects, as well as a number of projects that our Standing Capacities are supporting. Most of these projects are described below, and a diagram of our projects and activities and their links to our objectives is here (PDF, 152KB).
This project is developing a national database of indicators for the liveability domains of walkability, transport, public open space, food environment, alcohol environment, housing affordability and employment.Read More
This national population survey is quantifying community attitudes and values towards government intervention for the prevention of lifestyle-related chronic diseases.Read More
This project seeks to better understand the factors behind the serious issue of food insecurity in Aboriginal communities, and to identify potential solutions in two non-remote communities that are participating in the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health.Read More
This project aims to enhance whole-of-government decision making on prevention interventions through developing a framework to determine value for money of prevention activities across sectors.Read More
This project is seeking to improve the implementation of evidence-based interventions addressing chronic disease risk factors by identifying effective scaling-up strategies in community settings such as childcare services, schools, workplaces and sports venues.Read More
Prevention Tracker is working with a number of communities across diverse areas and populations of Australia to help us to better understand local communities’ prevention systems and then guide and monitor communities’ work to prevent chronic disease.Read More
This project is exploring some electronic methods for collecting data about health prevention policy and program distribution - to examine and quantify the extent to which resources and organisational capacity contribute to implementing policies and achieving targets.Read More