Advocacy and Thought Leadership

The George Institute is focused on effective advocacy and thought leadership to improve health, aligned to our research goals.

We are engaging with key stakeholders, sharing insights and fostering discussions to stimulate debate, guide critical health policy decisions and facilitate evidence-based change.

By working with some of the world’s leading health voices we are amplifying our work in non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and injury and improving systems for prevention and treatment.

Our activities

Women with coronary heart disease are less likely to achieve treatment targets than men, finds a study published by the journal Heart today. The authors, including Dr Sanne Peters, from The George…
September 2017 -
Global efforts to improve the health of women and girls have, in the past few decades, largely focused on reducing unacceptably high levels of maternal mortality and morbidity. In large part because…
October 2016 -
The George Institute for Global Health has joined a global call to include gender in research impact assessment. Professor Robyn Norton, Principal Director of The George Institute, joined more than…
July 2016 -
The George Institute’s food policy team work in Australia and overseas to reduce death and disease caused by diets high in salt, harmful fats, added sugars and excess energy.  The team does…
March 2013 -
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