Evidence reviews


Evidence reviews are conducted as a starting point for most Prevention Centre projects to inform our program of work, including further research and evaluation, as well as to inform knowledge exchange processes and policy dialogues.

Evidence reviews are conducted as a starting point for most Prevention Centre projects to inform our program of work, including further research and evaluation, as well as to inform knowledge exchange processes and policy dialogues.

 

26 April 2016: A rapid review of evidence, The effects of urban form on health: costs and benefits

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29 March 2016: A rapid review of evidence, Beyond overweight and obesity: HEAL targets for overweight and obesity and the six HEAL objectives

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19 November 2015:  A rapid review of evidence, eLearning for health professionals
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28 July 2015: A rapid review of evidence,Prevention of type 2 diabetes and the implementation of large-scale prevention programs
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5 April 2016: What works for reducing the incidence of dementia in Australia’s ageing population?
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7 August 2015: eLearning for continuing health professional development
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15 July 2015: What large-scale lifestyle interventions work to prevent type 2 diabetes?