Mitchell Institute for Education and Health Policy
Increasing research evidence translation and utilisation to improve population health outcomes
Responding to calls for increased evidence-informed public health and increased impacts from research, the aims of this policy evidence brief are to present the main barriers to research evidence translation and utilisation in public health, and explore strategies that can address these barriers.
Being equally well: implementation action plan
The Being Equally Well project aims to create a strong, evidence and consensus-based suite of recommendations for improvements to health services and systems that will enable consistent and more effective physical health care for those who live with serious mental illness.
Mitchell Institute election 2022 education policy brief: early childhood education and care
This position paper outlines a number of policy initiatives the Mitchell Institute would like to see the next Australian government take action on.
Deserts and oases: how accessible is childcare in Australia?
The evidence is overwhelming on the impact of good quality early learning in fuelling children’s development and giving them a great start in life. This research reveals where in Australia the demand for space in early childhood education and care (ECEC) outpaces local capacity to...
Children, young people, and health in Brimbank
This report summarises the change over time, from 2006, of a subset of key health and education indicators included in the Brimbank Atlases of Health Education (Editions 1 and 2). It examines change for Brimbank as a whole, within Brimbank where data are available, and...