• MARCH 3, 2016
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    Your local train station can predict health and death

    An article from The Conversation on studies into the association between life expectancy and postcodes, neighbourhood locations or train stations and how such studies paint a powerful picture of health inequalities across neighbourhoods and cities. They also concisely communicate the importance of social determinants of health. More simply, they tell us that health starts where we live, work, learn and play.

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    • JULY 28, 2019
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    Writing for Policy Makers Short Course: Getting your Research into Policy and Practice

    PRLIMINARY PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE! This two-day course presented by the Deeble Institute for Health policy Research, the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) and the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ) is designed to assist academic and clinical researchers make their research more accessible and useful to policymakers. Combining theory with a strong practical focus, you will receive training on the fundamentals of writing for policymakers and communicating in the mainstream media. Practical sessions will include translating a piece of your own research into a policy backgrounder and a media release. Opportunities will be given to develop and present your own work. Places are limited to 25 so register early!

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    • APRIL 26, 2017
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    World Report on Health Policy and Systems Research – Tracing the evolution of HPSR over 20 years:1996-2016

    The report describes the evolution of the field of health policy and systems research (HPSR) and provides figures on the number of publications produced, funding trends and institutional capacity in Low Income Countries (LMICs) to conduct HPSR. It provides insight into how the multidisciplinary and systems approach used in HPSR can help countries advance the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) agenda. In the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) era, where tackling inequity is centre stage, the report provides practical and insightful recommendations on how to reorient health research so that it may respond more effectively to public health challenges on a national and global level.

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    • SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
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    World Report on Health Policy and Systems Research

    The report describes the evolution of the field of health policy and systems research and provides figures on the number of publications produced, funding trends and institutional capacity in LMICs to conduct HPSR. It provides insight into how the multidisciplinary and systems approach used in HPSR can help countries advance the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) agenda.

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