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Can the UK provide the blueprint for an active Australia?

7 June 2017

Dr Justin Varney shares his experience in creating effective physical activity policies and other best practices in the UK.

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Can the UK provide the blueprint for an active Australia?

7 June 2017

Ms Kay Thomson shares her experiences in creating effective physical activity policies and other best practices in the UK.

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Panel discussion on researchers and decision-makers partnering to prevent chronic disease

27 April 2017

A panel discussion at the World Congress on Public Health provided insights into the value of partnership research in increasing the use of research evidence in policy.

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A what if tool to better understand complex health problems

10 April 2017

Dynamic simulation modelling tools provide policy makers with a unique 'what if' tool to test the likely impact of a range of possible solutions before implementing them in the real world.

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Practical strategies to mobilise knowledge in complex systems

28 March 2017

Visiting Canadian experts Professor Diane Finegood and Dr Bev Holmes co-presented a webinar on practical strategies to mobilise knowledge in complex systems.

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A framework for systems change in communities

30 June 2016

Professor Pennie Foster-Fishman, a systems change expert and co-creator of the ABLe Change Framework, presented a practical webinar on how to help communities achieve transformational systems change to address significant social issues.

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The practice of systems change: tips from a change agent

29 June 2016

Tips and insights from systems change expert and co-creator of the ABLe Change Framework, Professor Pennie Foster-Fishman.

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Healthier law: Closing the gap in evidence around public health law

18 May 2016

Professor Scott Burris from Temple University in the US, discusses the need for empirical, policy-relevant research in order to produce greater and more equitable gains in public health through legal avenues.

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Integrating big data and simulation models to support health decision making

4 May 2016

International data and system science expert Professor Nate Osgood describes how big data and dynamic simulation modelling is providing policy makers with unprecedented opportunities to address complex problems in public health.

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Physical activity for public health

17 March 2016

Dr David Ogilvie, from Cambridge University, explores the opportunities and challenges in attempting rigorous evaluation of environmental approaches to promoting physical activity.

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Five minutes with ... Professor Mike Kelly

4 June 2015

Professor Mike Kelly, of the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge, talks about the role of nudge theory in driving change at both the individual and systems level to prevent chronic disease.

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Nudge and public health: The British experience

19 May 2015

UK public health leader Professor Mike Kelly says behaviour change alone is not enough to stem the epidemic of obesity and lifestyle-related chronic disease.

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Five minutes with ... Professor Nate Osgood

28 April 2015

Canadian systems modeller Nate Osgood explains the role that system science modelling can play in unpicking complex problems in public health.

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A program perspective on systems thinking

27 April 2015

Professor Penny Hawe presents opportunities for how systems thinking can be used to strengthen and embed programs.

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Coalitions of the willing: Lessons on obesity prevention from New York City

27 April 2015

ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Paul Kelly compares obesity prevention initiatives in Canberra and New York

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Approaches to implementation

27 April 2015

Professor John Wiggers discusses approaches to implementation: effectiveness, intensity and cost-effectiveness.

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Prevention and private health insurance

27 April 2015

HCF Medical Director Dr Andrew Cottrill explains HCF's involvement in chronic disease prevention, including its health and well-being program, My Health Guardian.

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Translating systems thinking into public health innovations

27 April 2015

Professor Terry Huang, an international leader in systems thinking and the prevention of chronic disease, explains how systems science can inform the design and implementation of public health interventions.

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Five minutes with ... Allan Best

24 February 2015

Canadian public health leader Professor Allan Best talks about working with partners to achieve change in the complex environment of preventing chronic disease.

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Partnering for change

23 February 2015

Professor Allan Best speaks about how to work in partnership to tackle the complexity of preventing chronic disease.

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How city design affects our health

23 October 2014

Professor Billie Giles-Corti talks about a research project that is developing ways to measure the key factors that make our cities liveable and healthy.

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Food, governance and equity

23 October 2014

Professor Sharon Friel explains the international and local context driving her research project into developing a healthy and equitable food system for Australia.

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Evaluating the transformative change of prevention

23 October 2014

Professor Stephen Jan talks about his research project that is finding ways to evaluate the transformative change of prevention projects.

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The food industry: Friend or foe?

23 October 2014

Building trust with the food industry can help to reduce the complexity of addressing obesity and chronic disease prevention, argues Professor Diane Finegood.

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What is The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre?

12 December 2014

Director Professor Andrew Wilson explains how the Prevention Centre aims to bridge the knowledge gap in preventing chronic disease.

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A new evidence base for tackling complex problems

22 October 2014

Canadian public health leader Professor Diane Finegood speaks about the need for a new evidence base to tackle complex problems.

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