11 June 2019: Research released today by The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre shows an unexpected leap in public support for government action on chronic disease.
4 December 2018: The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre today released its outcomes report 2013–2018, detailing the progress the Prevention Centre has made in forging innovative new research–policy partnerships to help reduce the toll of chronic disease.Read More
9 July 2018: The Prevention Centre has been awarded $7.7 million by the National Health and Medical Research Council to continue its work on the prevention of lifestyle-related chronic disease.Read More
9 May 2017: Australia’s efforts to prevent chronic disease have received a significant boost tonight with the Federal Government’s Budget announcement of a $10 million investment in The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre based at the Sax Institute.Read More
5 April 2017: Overweight and obese children in every part of Australia should have access to weight management services under a unified, national approach to managing the growing epidemic of childhood obesity, according to new research presented today at the World Congress on Public Health in Melbourne.Read More
20 February 2017: A landmark Prevention Centre study involving more than 100 nutrition and policy experts from 53 organisations across the country has identified critical action areas for Australian governments to tackle the rise of obesity through unhealthy diets.Read More
4 November 2015: Living close to a bottle shop, pub or club, has a greater impact on health for those in disadvantaged areas compared to people in well-off areas, a new study has found.Read More