How our Clinical Academic Groups are tackling some of the biggest health issues in our community today.
Understanding Aboriginal perspectives and cultural knowledge was the subject of this outstanding Applied Indigenous Research Methods workshop.
We are excited to announce the recipients of the 2023 SPHERE Seed Funding Grants.
Empowering clinicians and researchers with implementation science tools to help embed evidence into practice is the aim of SPHERE's newly launched Implementation Science Collaborative.
To what extent do the NSW Government's land use planning instruments apply an equity lens to improve health outcomes and mitigate health disparities? This research by SPHERE's Healthy Urban Environments Collaboratory (HUE) aims to find out.
Leading cardiovascular disease clinicians and researchers from SPHERE, and two NSW NHMRC-accredited Research Translation Centres came together at the jointly hosted Cardiovascular Symposium.
Organised and hosted by the SPHERE Knowledge Translation (KT) Strategic Platform, this event involved experts from the Age and Ageing Clinical Academic Group and the UTS Disability Research Network, including lived experience advisors