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Sax Institute

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Launching a global movement for societal wellbeing

The Geneva Charter for Well-being, sets out the main principles of a wellbeing society and calls on health promotion to play a key role in promoting and supporting the wellbeing movement. This editorial explores the Charter's opportunities for public health at local and global levels...
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Establishing an enduring co-production platform in Aboriginal health

This article looks how the Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health (CRIAH), led by a partnership between the Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council (AH&MRC), Sax Institute and six Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) in NSW, has successfully co-produced evidence to guide policy...
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Co-creation, co-design, co-production for public health: a perspective on definition and distinctions

The terms ‘co-creation’, ‘co-design’ and ‘co-production’ have been used interchangeably to describe the development of initiatives involving multiple stakeholders. While commonalities exist across these concepts, they have essential distinctions for public health, particularly related to the role of stakeholders and the extent and timing of...
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Applying collective impact in Aboriginal health services and research: three case studies tell an important story

In this article, the authors argue that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health is an important public policy priority that requires new and different approaches to service delivery and research.
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Co-producing research with people impacted by dementia and service providers: issues and challenges

This article presents some of the issues and challenges faced by researchers in achieving shared power when utilising co-production methodology in academic settings.