The Menzies Centre for Health Policy is a collaborative centre between The Australian National University and The University of Sydney. Founded in 2006, from the Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Foundation, the Centre’s vision is that Australians and neighbouring regions will be protected by public policies and systems that are consistent with their values and priorities and able to preserve health and deliver safe, high quality health care that is sustainable in the long term.
The Menzies Centre for Health Policy ANU moved to RegNet in 2014 when Prof Sharon Friel, the Director of the Menzies Centre, moved to RegNet. The Centre brings together researchers, policymakers and practitioners to encourage debate about emerging evidence-informed health policy issues, and introduce new questions that will contribute to and challenge health-related public policy discussions. The Menzies Centre for Health Policy is committed to interdisciplinary research which is anchored in population health, public policy, and governance perspectives.
The Centre’s research themes include:the social determinants of health and health equitysystems and translationintegrated carethe intersection between climate change, environment and health
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