Professor Andrew Wilson
Professor Wilson is Director of the Australian Prevention Partnership Centre and Co-Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Policy at the University of Sydney.
His research and teaching interests include all aspects of health policy, but especially in the area of chronic disease. In addition to his academic career, he has been Deputy Director General, Policy, Planning and Resourcing, Queensland Health, and Chief Health Officer, and Deputy Director General, Public Health, NSW Health.
He chairs the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee for the Australian Government Department of Health.
- Strategies and models for preventing or reducing the risk of the development of chronic pain in primary care
- A comprehensive approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tobacco control
- A system for the prevention of lifestyle-related chronic disease
- Prevention Tracker proof-of-concept pilot: Learning from local data to activate systems for the prevention of chronic disease
- Prevention Tracker: Describing, guiding and monitoring system change efforts in local communities
- Mapping the role of health services in prevention
- Community managed organisations: a potential role in addressing the chronic disease burden among people with mental illness
- The role of public health law in preventing chronic disease
- Mapping national action to prevent chronic disease
- Addressing chronic disease risk factors in people with mental illness
- Developing codes of practice as a means of activating new non-communicable disease (NCD)-prevention provisions embedded within the South Australian Public Health Act 2011