A Sax Institute Evidence Review is a fast and accurate summary of the latest health evidence, presented in an easy-to-read format.

Our Knowledge Exchange team creates Evidence Reviews to support a range of decisions in health and social services, policy and programs.

This Evidence Review Library houses a selection of reviews conducted for policy agencies over the past two years.

To commission a review call + 61 2 9188 9500 or email the Knowledge Exchange team.

Preventing diabetes in CALD communities

Preventing type 2 diabetes in culturally and linguistically diverse communities in NSW

January 2007. Colagiuri R, Thomas M, Buckley A. This Evidence Check review draws on demographic and epidemiological data to identify culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The review explores peoples’ views about diabetes and diabetes risks, and identifies the most effective...

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Strategies and settings for improving physical activity and nutrition

Strategies and settings for improving physical activity and nutrition

October 2006. Various authors. This Evidence Check report comprises eight brief ‘headline’ reviews. The reviews summarise the best available evidence for a range of chronic disease prevention strategies, with a focus on diet and physical activity interventions to prevent type 2 diabetes onset. The reviews consider different settings, the...

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