Menzies Centre for Health Policy
The Menzies Centre for Health Policy is a university research centre conducting health policy research, analysis, advice and education. It was established in 2006 by a grant from the Menzies Foundation. The MCHP is uniquely placed as it operates from nodes at two of Australia’s premier universities. One node is part of the School of Public Health at the University of Sydney – MCHP (Sydney); the other node is part of the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University – MCHP (ANU). The two nodes work collaboratively on shared research grants and operate under a common Board of Directors.
The work of the MCHP focuses on improving public health outcomes through policy innovation and practical implementation. With a program of community engagement, MCHP encourages informed debate about how Australians can influence health policy to ensure that it is consistent with their values and priorities; policies that are able to deliver safe, high quality health care that is sustainable in the long term. The MCHP has a particular interest in the policy conundrums posed by the growing challenge of chronic illness. Its research has demonstrated a strong commitment to patient-centred outcomes.
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Published 2022This report aims to provide an overview of the evidence on the current landscape and the possible future opportunities for the utility of genomic precision medicine in preventative health. It considers the intersection of ...Report, Research
Published 2021-12-02Professor Andrew Wilson and Dr Carmen Huckel Schneider provide an introduction to Health Policy studies at the University of Sydney.Presentation
Zinc for the prevention or treatment of acute viral respiratory tract infections in adults: a rapid systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials Published 2021OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the benefits and risks of zinc formulations compared with controls for prevention or treatment of acute viral respiratory tract infections (RTIs) in adults. METHOD: Seventeen English and Chinese ...Article
Published 2021During the workshop, we will first provide tips on how to shoot videos effectively using a readily available device such as your mobile phone and your computer. Then we will provide steps on how to edit a video using Adobe ...Presentation
Published 2021A workshop aimed at building skills in systems thinking and knowledge mobilisation practices to effectively establish a knowledge pathway for their own research. Traditionally, efforts by researchers to inform policy and ...Presentation