The Population Health Exchange (PHXchange) provides resources for fostering partnership and knowledge co-production among researchers and diverse stakeholders in order to achieve better health outcomes through evidence-informed policy and practice change.
We connect population health to social, environmental, political and economic drivers to provide better understanding of, and inform implementation of effective action on, entrenched and emerging health problems in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, and globally. We respond to critical community health needs by building effective partnerships with governments and business, as well as the professional sector and non-governmental organisations.
We build capacity and the next generation of leaders in:
- Implementation frameworks and theory
- Implementation methods
- Managing large data sets and other evidence to produce a comprehensive evidence base
- Real-world experiments and trials
- Modelling and forecasting
- Engaging and partnering with stakeholders, including through stakeholder embedding and exchange
- Interdisciplinary theory and methods
Our mission is encapsulated in the figure above.
We are building a resources repository, which will become available on this website as sections are developed.
We have an active partnership with the Integration and Implementation Insights blog. You can see blog posts contributed by PHXchange members.
PHXchange resources are developed using the multidisciplinary strengths of members across the Australian National University’s Research School of Population Health.