The Chronicle newsletter

The Chronicle is a bi-monthly newsletter about the Prevention Centre’s people and projects. It features resources and events related to systems thinking and the prevention of chronic disease.

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Edition 26 | April - May 2018

Shedding light on Aboriginal food and diet, Liveability in the news and workshops in Systems Thinking and Simulation Modelling.

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Edition 25 | February - March 2018

News of our first MRFF project, a Findings Brief on scaling up in community settings, and a new tool to help you measure the success of working in partnership.

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Edition 24 | December-January 2018

Our last edition for the year acknowledges our important contribution to prevention research so far and our exciting plans for 2018.

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Edition 23, October-November 2017

News about how our researchers are exploring social networks in communities; the new liveability report; and our virtual community of systems practitioners.

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Edition 22, August-September 2017

Chief investigators and researchers discuss four years of collective nutrition research projects at the Prevention Centre; science communications training with a difference; and the liveability study expands.

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Edition 21, June-July 2017

News about our new project on the compelling case for preventing chronic disease and key findings from the liveability project.

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Edition 20, April-May 2017

This special issue focuses on the World Congress on Public Health in early April, including the Prevention Centre's World Leadership Dialogue and panel discussion on partnership research.

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Edition 19, February-March 2017

Our first edition for 2017 features a new format and a look at the use of big data in health, previewing a visit from health data expert Professor Nate Osgood.

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