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 a proof-of-concept pilot study developed methods for identifying and measuring local prevention systems. We plan to use local knowledge to build a comprehensive picture of an effective prevention system. In short, we hope we can learn locally to act nationally.Read More
Professor Penny Hawe is leading a program of work that is gaining insights into the dynamics of complex interventions in public health.Read More
The project is producing the evidence needed to create public policies that enable healthy and equitable eating, with a focus on the food and social systems.Read More
This project developed an approach to the economic analysis of prevention programs that is potentially broader than conventional forms of economic evaluation but simple enough to be used routinely.Read More
This project developed a system dynamics model of alcohol use to simulate the effectiveness of a variety of approaches to reducing alcohol-related harm. The model addressed binge drinking and high overall (or average) consumption.Read More
The project will look at current programs and assess best practice and opportunities for improvement. It will provide policy makers with a framework for a systematic approach to reducing tobacco use among Aboriginal people.Read More