The following lists all Prevention Centre research projects, current and completed, in chronological order from newest to oldest.
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This project is testing whether engaging young parents aged 15 to 24 could be a way to deliver injury prevention messages while addressing many of the underlying risk factors for hospitalisation and chronic disease.Read More
This PhD project will tailor the Healthy Diets ASAP methods to a low socioeconomic population. It will generate evidence to inform public health policy actions to improve food security, nutrition and diet-related health in this population.Read More
Following the first phase of our research into strengthening the role of PHNs in prevention, this project aims to identify what prevention activities are feasible in primary health care.Read More
This project will build on the national system dynamics model (developed in phase 1) to show how the model can be updated as new data becomes available, making it a long-term decision support asset for best buys in chronic disease prevention and burden reduction.Read More
Despite an increase in research on the built environment and health, much of it is never translated into policy. This project will use evidence-based indicators, large-scale individual-level activity models and an economic evaluation framework to build a ‘virtual laboratory’ to identify and test prevention strategies.Read More