The Chronicle newsletter

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

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Edition 15, June-July 2016

Prevention Tracker expands; the true cost of healthy eating; and five minutes with Professor Billie Giles-Corti

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Edition 14, April-May 2016

Evaluating physical activity interventions in the real world, and a new research project that is addressing the significant physical health issues of people with mental illness.

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Edition 13, February-March 2016

We report on a new project about childhood obesity, and meet PhD candidate Jan Muhunthan, who is developing research tools to help policy makers and researchers apply public health law in preventing chronic disease.

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Edition 12, December 2015-January 2016

Deputy Director Associate Professor Sonia Wutzke describes how the Centre has been gathering steam in 2015 and what we can expect of the year ahead.

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Edition 11, October-November 2015

This edition includes news of an exciting project based in Glenorchy, Tasmania that is aiming to map and learn from a local community’s prevention activities.

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Edition 10, August-September 2015

Developing standardised tools to determine the price and affordability of healthy and unhealthy diets, and connecting with the Prevention Centre’s new Knowledge Integration Manager Kim Gordon.

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Edition 9, June-July 2015

A project exploring the dynamics of complex interventions in public health and exploring what systems thinking means for leadership.

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Edition 8, April-May 2015

Professor Terry Huang's view of innovative approaches to chronic disease; and building a framework to reduce tobacco use among Aboriginal people

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