Impact reports

The Prevention Centre is one of three NHMRC Partnership Centres designed to bring together academic researchers, health system practitioners and policy makers to co-create knowledge. This model of research is aimed at ensuring our research findings are timely and relevant to affect policy action. Our impact is therefore not only measured by traditional academic outputs, such as peer-reviewed papers, but also by the use of our findings and tools to inform and influence policy. The reports and publications below highlight outcomes and impact from the Prevention Centre’s research program.

Outcomes report 2013-2018

Our outcomes report captures the outcomes and impact from the work we completed during our first five years of funding.

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Mid-term progress report

This report summarises the achievements and challenges of the first two years of the Centre.

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The Prevention Centre's published research is listed in this section.

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Findings briefs

As our research projects wind up, we capture and summarise their key findings and outcomes in these findings briefs.

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