Coming together as the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health

(Renaming of the Research School of Population Health)

Our purpose: To improve and protect population health and health equity for all through partnerships, research, education and implementation.

Man checking watch

Men work out on time borrowed from women »

Men appear to "borrow" free time from their female partners to keep up their exercise but women don't get the same time in return, according to new research.
Mother breastfeeding

New tool to calculate the value of breastfeeding »

A simple new tool developed by researchers at ANU will tally the volume and monetary value of breastmilk produced in Australia and around the globe.
Professor Hillary Bambrick, ANU

Welcoming Professor Hilary Bambrick as Director of the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health »

We are pleased to welcome Professor Hilary Bambrick as our new Director.

Mental health support via telehealth is here to stay – and that can be a good thing »

Examining the use of telehealth by mental health professionals during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thesis Proposal Review: Supporting survivors’ safety and recovery following sex trafficking: a mixed-methods exploration of victim support services...

This thesis aims to improve understanding of the goals and outcomes of comprehensive support services for survivors of sex trafficking in Northeast India.

PhD Exit Seminar: Implementation of the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative in Australia and Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding in Indonesia: a...

I am using mixed methods to examine the barriers and facilitators to implementing the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative in Australia.

Acknowledgement of Country

The ANU Research School of Population Health is privileged to live on the traditional lands of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples. This country, home to our campus, is something to honour and we thank, respect and acknowledge the custodianship of Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples and their ancestors past, present and emerging.