Professor Penny Hawe
Professor Hawe has recently returned to Australia after being the Markin Chair in Health and Society at the University of Calgary, Canada, and founding director of the Population Health Intervention Research Centre.
Her main interest is the theory, methods, ethics and economics of complex system-level interventions in population health.
Professor Hawe is Professor of Public Health at the Menzies Centre for Health Policy at the University of Sydney and a member of the Prevention Centre’s Leadership Executive.
- Resources and funding models for successful implementation and scale-up of preventive programs
- Policy and program implementation and the role of context in explaining prevention effectiveness
- Methods for evaluating transformative systems change
- Communicating prevention – approaches to prevention framing and story telling
- Theory and methods of interventions in complex systems
- Development of a cost-benefit analysis framework integrating inter-sectoral benefits of prevention
- Improving the economic analysis of prevention
- 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
- Four projects take the Prevention Centre into its new phase
- Engaging citizens in monitoring workplace support for breastfeeding
- Internships to break new ground in communicating prevention
- Social network tool provides insights into communities
- Chief Investigators honoured for outstanding prevention paper
- Engaging the bystanders of public health
- Public health accolade goes to two Prevention Centre investigators
- When theory follows practice: learning from complex interventions
- Prevention Centre research shines at Menzies conference