What does the evidence show about the specialist dementia care units that are most effective in managing symptoms of dementia?
How can you moderate dietary fat intake to protect against cardiovascular disease? This review examined the evidence for the association between dietary fat consumption and cardiovascular disease (CVD).
What does the evidence show about when inpatient care is the most effective and appropriate form of care for children and adolescents with moderate to severe mental disorders?
What does the evidence show about the efficacy, safety and cost-effectiveness of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for patients with major depression and/or schizophrenia?
This paper warns that overdiagnosis in cancer screening programs can harm healthy people and undermine screening program goals.
This review was conducted to identify the most effective interventions to reduce the risk of alcohol and other drug (AOD) related harm among at-risk Aboriginal youth.
This paper explores the challenges that arise through the multidisciplinary nature of evidence-informed policy making.
This Sax Institute Evidence Check review examined evidence of the effectiveness of using public libraries as settings for health promotion and health education programs.
Although very few such programs have been evaluated and reported in the literature, there is evidence that it is feasible...
This Sax Institute Evidence Check review examines models of managing nicotine dependence in health facilities under a smoke-free healthcare policy directive.
The research evidence suggests that smoking cessation can be increased via a number of interventions including: smoking status assessment; provision of advice/counselling; nicotine...
This Evidence Check rapid review examined consumer enablement, defined as the specific components that combine to make a consumer engaged.
The review explores this construct in the chronic disease population in relation to its determinants; the tools and instruments demonstrated to be valid, reliable...