The NSW Public Health Bulletin has entered a new phase in its evolution - one that builds on its proud history and positions it strongly for the future.

The Bulletin is now known as Public Health Research & Practice and is managed by the Sax Institute. It continues as a peer-reviewed publication but is now published online only.

The purpose of Public Health Research & Practice is to support knowledge-driven policies and the provision of best practice public/population health services and programs in NSW and across Australia. It has a sharpened focus on original, policy-relevant research and articles on implementing and evaluating innovative NSW policies, services and programs.

Public Health Research & Practice is guided by an expert Editorial Board chaired by Professor Sally Redman and including Professor Bruce Armstrong, Professor Adrian Bauman, Professor Sandra Eades, Professor Mark Harris, Dr Bette Liu, Dr Jeremy McAnulty, Dr Jo Mitchell, Associate Professor Lucie Rychetnik, Professor Wayne Smith, Associate Professor Sarah Thackway, Mr Bob Wells, Professor John Wiggers and Professor Andrew Wilson.

Papers describing cutting edge research and programs can be submitted to the Editor, Anne Messenger:

The first issue of Public Health Research & Practice is due to be released in the second half of 2014. To subscribe to the e-alert service see:

The NSW Public Health Bulletin archive can be found on this site, along with subject and author indexes for the 24 years the journal was published under this title by the NSW Ministry of Health.

Page Updated: Wednesday 17 September 2014