Past events

Find information about past events.

26
Mar
2018

Clear as Mud! Communicating complexity in chronic disease prevention with decision makers. »

12pm 26 March 2018

Prevention of chronic disease involves difficult decisions for policy makers and different interests from stakeholders inside and out of the health system.

23
Mar
2018

Seminar: The application of Implementation science to e-mental health »

11am 23 March 2018

Seminar discussing the application of implementation science to e-mental health

19
Mar
2018

Frameworks for Assessing Integrated Care: Understanding the Building Blocks of Successful Integrated Care Programs »

19 March 2018

In 2017, Nick launched Integrated Care Solutions © to support the design and implementation of integrated care.

16
Mar
2018

The polluted brain - how air pollution affects our brain »

12pm 16 March 2018

This presentation will give an overview of the evidence on air pollution-induced cognitive decline on the brain, especially the elderly. .

09
Mar
2018

Apocalypse Where: GIS in the Service of Population Health »

12pm 9 March 2018

Mark Daniel is Professor of Epidemiology in the Health Research Institute, University of Canberra where he leads the Spatial Epidemiology Group.

08
Mar
2018

Where now for mental health supported accommodation policy and research? Implications of findings from the Quality and Effectiveness of Supported...

10am 8 March 2018

Professor Helen Killaspy's research focuses on the assessment of quality of care for people with complex mental health problems.

02
Mar
2018

Mental health and dementia: how economic evidence can make a difference »

12pm 2 March 2018

Martin Knapp is Professor of Social Policy and Director of the Personal Social Services Research Unit at the London School of Economics and Political Science

27
Nov
2017

Suicide in Critical Stages of Lifespan: Transition to Young Adulthood, and Ageing  »

12pm 27 November 2017

Debra Rickwood (PhD) is Professor of Psychology at the University of Canberra and Chief Scientific Advisor to headspace.

14
Nov
2017

Alzheimer’s Disease: Addressing a Twenty- First Century Plague »

5.30pm 14 November 2017

JCSMR Director's Health through Discovery Public Lecture Series

30
Oct
2017

Defining, measuring and improving health literacy in populations »

11am 30 October 2017

Professor Nutbeam shares his time as a Professor of Public Health at the University of Sydney, and a Senior Advisor at the Sax Institute, an independent, not for profit organisation dedicated to knowledge transfer for better public policy.

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