The Health Promotion Demonstration Research Grants Scheme was established in 2000 to support Local Health Districts to conduct priority-driven and rigorously-designed health promotion intervention research rarely funded through other grant schemes.
 
The aims of the Scheme were to:
  • contribute to the knowledge base for health promotion;
  • build an evidence-base to support policy development in priority areas such as tobacco control, the promotion of healthy weight, and the prevention of falls in older people.  
The Scheme was designed to:
  • encourage health promotion research across the health sector;
  • develop partnerships for health promotion research between Local Health Districts and Universities;
  • develop partnerships for health promotion research among stakeholders and agencies outside the health sector: for example, local government, the education sector, and non-government organisations.
 
 
For further information contact:
 
The Director
Evidence and Evaluation Unit
Centre for Epidemiology and Evidence
NSW Ministry of Health
Ph: (02) 9391 9292
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Page Updated: Wednesday 15 August 2018