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Systems science – the new way of thinking?

Michelle HughesAug 20, 2015

In this fourth instalment on the CEIPS (Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science) seminar series Rebecca Zosel delves into the world of systems science and public he

Alcohol and pregnancy: mixed messages undermining abstinence advice.

Alcohol and pregnancy: mixed messages undermining abstinence advice.

Michelle HughesAug 18, 20151 Comment

Can a citizen's jury transform obesity policy?

Michelle HughesAug 17, 20151 Comment

A recent announcement that VicHealth will run a citizen's jury to look at solutions to obesity was not met with support from

Scores that count: On the role of outcomes reporting in improving healthcare

Michelle HughesJul 30, 20151 Comment

The idea of open and transparent outcome reporting has been around for a while now. Suggested drivers for such reporting have included service improvement and enhancing patient choi

Evaluating public health interventions: an urban regeneration case study

Evaluating public health interventions: an urban regeneration case study

Michelle HughesJul 10, 20152 Comments

How do we evaluate complex health interventions? It is not a new question, as our understanding of the complex nature of health and its determinants has grown, so too has the searc

Grindr – The app that has become part of the sexual health solution

Grindr – The app that has become part of the sexual health solution

Michelle HughesJul 9, 2015

Many thanks to Melissa Stoneham and the Public Health Advocacy Institute of Western Australia (PHAIWA) for the latest instalme

Federal health budget review: "There is a failure to realise that health is central to the well-being and wealth of individuals and nations"

Michelle HughesJul 8, 2015

Many thanks to Dr Lesley Russell for this insightful analysis of the federal health budget. Dr Russell writes: Every year since 2007 I have done a detailed analy

The tyranny of being an existing service provider: a view from inside the NDIS

Michelle HughesJul 7, 2015

Many thanks to The Power to Persuade for allowing us to cross post this piece by Jeff Thompson. Jeff Thompson is community d

The power of data on the nitty-gritty of public health practice

Michelle HughesJun 13, 2015

Rebecca Zosel writes: The second of the CEIPS (Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science

Organisations unite to fight Budget cuts to vital health services

Organisations unite to fight Budget cuts to vital health services

Michelle HughesJun 12, 2015