We conduct and support evaluations of large-scale and high priority NSW Health initiatives, ensuring methods are fit-for-purpose and results are effectively disseminated and translated into practice.
We lead and support the conduct of applied Aboriginal health research and evaluation in NSW, with a focus on identifying evidence-based approaches and implementing what works for Aboriginal people.
Our approach is informed by best practice principles, as outlined in established guidelines:
We build research and evaluation capability for NSW Health staff by developing and disseminating research and evaluation guides, online presentations, face-to-face training and online learning modules.
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We enable population health research and research capabilities through funding of infrastructure and partnership grants, and supporting the maintenance of assets enabling ongoing data collection and linkage.
We provide specialist workplace-based training in population health and biostatistics through a suite of postgraduate training programs.
We support the generation and harnessing of population health research and innovation in NSW Health with the aim of keeping people healthy. This is achieved through identifying quality, high priority research and facilitating its effective use.