Public Seminars: An unprecedented global infant and young child feeding transition appears to be underway. What’s driving it? What can be done about it?

Public Seminars: An unprecedented global infant and young child feeding transition appears to be underway. What’s driving it? What can be done about it?

In this public seminar, Phillip Baker and Julie Smith will discuss their latest publication on sales trend and patterns of milk-based formulas.

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Menzies centre for Health Policy Public Seminar: 18/07/2016
Podcast: Beyond stages and cycles: health policy weaving and juggling

Podcast: Beyond stages and cycles: health policy weaving and juggling

In this public seminar, we have Professor Evelyne de Leeuw from the Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation (University of New South Wales)

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Public Seminar: Beyond stages and cycles: health policy weaving and juggling

Public Seminar: Beyond stages and cycles: health policy weaving and juggling

In this seminar, Prof Evenlyne will discuss about her research into Healthy Public Policy and Health in All Policy development at local government levels across Europe and Victoria (Australia).

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Menzies Centre for Health Policy Public Seminar: 18/5/2016
Audio podcast: Universal health coverage in Australia and the 2016 Federal budget

Audio podcast: Universal health coverage in Australia and the 2016 Federal budget

Paul Dugdale is the Director of the ANU Centre for Health Stewardship and Chair of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association.

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Menzies Centre for Health Policy Public Seminar: 27/4/2016
Podcast: A win for public health – tobacco plain packaging

Podcast: A win for public health – tobacco plain packaging

In this public seminar, John Atwood and Jonathan Liberman will discuss on the Philip Morris Asia Ltd’s challenge to Australia’s tobacco plain packaging laws

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Public Seminar: Universal health coverage in Australia and the 2016 Federal budget

Public Seminar: Universal health coverage in Australia and the 2016 Federal budget

This public seminar by Assoc Prof Paul Dugdale will discuss on the implications of the 2016 Federal Budget on universial health coverage in Australia.

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Menzies Centre for Health Policy Public Seminar: 23/3/16
Audio podcast: How do health systems compare?

Audio podcast: How do health systems compare?

Judith Healy is an Adjunct Associate Professor with the School of Regulation and Global Governance in the College of Asia and Pacific at the Australian Natio

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Audio podcast by Jeff Collin
Audio podcast: Unhealthy commodity producers and health governance: Policy implications of strategic and structural links across alcohol, tobacco and ultra-processed food manufacturers

Audio podcast: Unhealthy commodity producers and health governance: Policy implications of strategic and structural links across alcohol, tobacco and ultra-processed food manufacturers

Jeff Collin is Professor of Global Health Policy at the University of Edinburgh where he established the Global Public Health Unit in the School of Social an

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Do you have a passion for evidence informed healthy public policy? Do you want to understand better how the policy process really works and the role of research in it? Do you want to get your academic work out there and help make a difference to population health in Australia and internationally? If so, get engaged with the Menzies Centre for Health Policy here at the ANU. 

Menzies Centre for Health Policy at The Australian National University conducts academically rigorous research and innovative capacity building programs that lay the foundation for more effective, equitable and efficient domestic and international health policy. 

Menzies Centre for Health Policy at ANU brings together researchers, policymakers and practitioners to encourage debate about emerging evidence-informed health policy issues, and introduce new questions that will contribute to and challenge health-related public policy discussions. Menzies Centre for Health Policy is committed to interdisciplinary research which is anchored in population health, public policy, and governance perspectives.

The Centre's research addresses three themes that include social determinants of health and health equity, systems and translation, and integrated care.

 

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