Waterpipe (shisha) smoking is increasing internationally. This evaluation project was co-designed with Arabic-speaking young people, community groups, and health care workers, to increase awareness of the harms of waterpipe smoking among young people from Arabic-speaking backgrounds through community engagement, events, and social media. This report...
Creating a society where everyone has an opportunity to live a healthy life requires action across government. This report contains case studies of economic development strategies which look beyond narrow financial outcomes as measures of success, and instead aim to enhance human welfare.
This strategy document creates a framework to consider the different modes of transport available to the Whitehorse community and provides direction to facilitate travel options and networks that are sustainable, convenient, accessible and safe.
Preventive health is a key pillar of Australia’s long-term national health plan. This consultation paper sets out what the 10-year National Preventive Health Strategy will aim to achieve and conceptually how this might be done.
This paper describes traditionally effective approaches for anti-smoking mass media advertising and explores challenges and future directions for campaign planning. The changing characteristics of the current smoking population and media landscape are examined.
This strategy builds on the National Male Health Policy 2010, and outlines Australia’s national approach to improving health outcomes for all men and boys, particularly those at greatest risk of poor health.
This report exploring public attitudes towards healthy eating finds that the food market in the UK is not working for consumers, with too many in the UK facing significant barriers to eating healthy diets.
Masculinities and health: a framework for challenging masculine gender stereotypes in health promotion
The Masculinities and Health Framework is a planning tool to support people and organisations promoting health and wellbeing, particularly when working with men and boys.
This report summarises the results from a computer-assisted investigation of how the Australian news media write about diabetes. The research focussed on reporting in 12 national and metropolitan Australian newspapers over five years (2013-2017).
This summary is a plain language publication that provides key information about tobacco use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.