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    What can we learn from the British experience?

    Watch this presentation from UK public health leader and former NICE Director Professor Mike Kelly, who spoke in Sydney recently about the potential for nudge theory to drive behavioural change in public health. Nudge is only one part of the solution to addressing the epidemic of obesity and lifestyle-related chronic disease, he says.

Recent Multimedia

  • Next steps towards faster progress

    This recording from The Health Foundation’s 2017 Annual conference features a session on Next steps towards faster progress with Paul Bate, Director of NHS Services, babylon Healthcare, Ruth Glassborow, Director of Safety and Improvement, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, Dr Claire Lemer, Consultant in general paediatrics, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and was Chaired by Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive, The Health Foundation.

  • Moving to improvement at scale

    This recording from The Health Foundation’s 2017 Annual conference features a session on Moving to improvement at scale featuring Dr Peter Margolis (Director of Research) and James M Anderson (Co-director) from the Center for Health Systems Excellence at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, with Professor Mary Dixon-Woods, RAND Professor of Health Services Research at Cambridge University. The session was Chaired by Will Warburton, Director of Improvement, The Health Foundation.

  • Learning health care systems at a macro level – concepts and ingredients

    This video from the Health Foundation’s 2017 Annual conference features a welcome and introduction – Dr Jennifer Dixon, Chief Executive, The Health Foundation as well as a session titled Learning health care systems at a macro level – concepts and ingredients.

  • Lessons learned from supporting evidence-informed health systems

    This webinar featured a discussion with Fadi El-Jardali (Director of the Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center) and Kaelan Moat (Scientific Lead, Health Systems Evidence and Learning, McMaster Health Forum).

  • ‘Analysis for Policy’ helps organisations tackle tough questions

    How do you provide seamless care for older patients with complex needs like dementia? How can you help people with chronic illness avoid hospitalisation? These are among the tough questions that organisations are tackling with the support of the Sax Institute’s Analysis for Policy program.

  • Using big data to avoid medical mistakes of the past

    Professor Emily Banks, Scientific Director of the Sax Institute’s 45 and Up Study and Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at ANU, argues that robust health systems should allow us to evaluate data quickly, identify what works and doesn’t work, and take action to minimise the capacity to cause harm.

    This presentation was given at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, held in Davos-Klosters in Switzerland in January 2017.

  • NSW Meningococcal W Response Program explained

    In this video, Associate Professor Kristine Macartney explains the NSW Government’s response to the emergence of meningococcal W as a significant cause of invasive meningococcal disease in 2016.

  • Lessons learned from implementing a rapid synthesis program

    This webinar, hosted by McMaster Health Forum, featured presentations from the Sax Institute’s Gai Moore and Jo-An Atkinson on their experiences with implementing a rapid synthesis program to support evidence-informed health systems.

  • What is shaping adolescent health today?

    This video, hosted by the American Public Health Association, explores the latest on the changing policy, economic and environmental issues shaping adolescent health as highlighted in The Lancet report, “Our future: a Lancet commission on adolescent health and wellbeing.”

  • Tackling wasteful health spending

    This video from the King’s Fund in London is presented by Mark Pearson, who discusses findings from the latest OECD report, Tackling wasteful spending on health.