In an editorial for a special issue of the BMJ, Sax Institute CEO Professor Sally Redman discusses co-production, focused on issues in low- and middle-income countries.READ MORE
Resistance to addressing systemic racism in our health system is thwarting progress towards improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, say Indigenous leaders in a paper published in Public Health Research & Practice.READ MORE
We provide training for policymakers, practitioners and researchers to build skills and knowledge that will enable the best use of research to support decision making.READ MORE
Epidemiologist and Senior Advisor at the Institute, Professor Emily Banks, was honoured in this year’s Australia Day Awards with her appointment as a Member of the Order of Australia.READ MORE
According to new research based on the SEARCH study, for Aboriginal teens, strong social connections and good mental health could be the key to staying smoke-free.READ MORE
Helping immigrants settle into well-integrated neighbourhoods may decrease mental health issues.
Research reveals the devastating impact of smoking on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mortality rates.
We’ve launched the Sax Forum to help engage more deeply with our Members and understand what we can do better together.
Increasingly frequent extreme weather events are throwing up some unexpected health challenges.
We’re inviting 60,000 NSW residents to participate in our new 45 and Up Study COVID Insights surveys.