The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre (TAPPC) - Systems approaches to the prevention of lifestyle related chronic disease

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The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre (TAPPC) is a national initiative (2013 – 2017) that is identifying new ways of understanding what works and what doesn’t to prevent lifestyle-related chronic health problems in Australia.

The Centre is one of two National Health and Medical Research Council Partnership Centres announced in 2013 to improve the availability and quality of research evidence to health decision makers. The TAPPC team includes 31 investigators from five states and territories and more than 20 universities and government, non-government and private sector agencies.

Sharon Friel

Professor Sharon Friel

Sharon joined RegNet as Professor of Health Equity in May 2014 and became Director in July 2014. She also serves as the Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Policy at the Australian National...

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