Established in 1975, the Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) aims to improve population mental health by leading research that has meaningful influence on policy, practice, society and individuals.
The Centre of Epidemiology for Policy and Practice (CEPP) aims to improve health and health services through excellence in population health research, implementation and education.
The Department of Applied Epidemiology (DAE) aims to strengthen health systems response to established and emergent public health threats of national and international concern through high quality research, teaching, and policy guidance.
The Department of Health Economics Wellbeing and Society (DHEWS) aims to promote equitable access to health care and improve the health and wellbeing of all Australians through excellence in research, implementation and education.
The Health Data Analytics Team (HDAT) is an ANU College of Health and Medicine entity that aims to strengthen and reform health systems through application of state-of-the-art quantitative research methods and data analysis to inform policy-maker decision making.
The Centre conducts meaningful and transformative health research shaped by the priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Established in 2022, the Australian National University's National Centre for Health Workforce Studies (NCHWS) is embarking on a national research, education and data leadership program to support government policy makers, industry, professions, regulators and the education/training sector to address workforce priorities for health and care sectors.