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Sally Redman

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Organisational capacity and its relationship to research use in six Australian health policy agencies

This research article aims to measure the extent to which a range of tools and systems to support research use were available within six Australian agencies with a role in health policy, and examine whether this was related to the extent of engagement with, and...
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A new model of collaborative research: experiences from one of Australia’s NHMRC Partnership Centres for Better Health

There is often a disconnection between the creation of evidence and its use in policy and practice. Cross-sectoral, multidisciplinary partnership research, founded on shared governance and coproduction, is considered to be one of the most effective means of overcoming this research–policy–practice disconnect. Similar to a...
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The Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH): a long-term platform for closing the gap

The full potential for research to improve Aboriginal health has not yet been realised. This paper describes an established long-term action partnership between Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs), the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of New South Wales (AH&MRC), researchers and the Sax...
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A guide to scaling up population health interventions

This guide was informed by a systematic review of scaling up models and methods, and a two-round Delphi process with a sample of senior policy makers, practitioners and researchers actively involved in scaling up processes. Its purpose is to help policy makers, practitioners, researchers and...
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Health research policy: a case study of policy change in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research

The need for research to better address health disparities in Indigenous people has been widely recognised. This paper examines past policies and outlines issues for Indigenous health policy in the future.