Our research groups focus on specialist areas of population health. Read more about their research projects and members.

Child, Youth and Family Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Unit »

This unit focuses on the prevention of anxiety, depression and suicide and the promotion of help-seeking in children, youth and families.

Chronic Disease Epidemiology »

Our group conducts innovative large-scale research on chronic disease, variation in health and healthcare and disadvantaged populations.

Environment, Climate and Health »

Our research examines how environmental exposures affect health and disease.

Health Economics »

The health economics group aims to enhance the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of health services in Australia and in a global context.

Health Experience and Health Services Research »

Collaborating with health care consumers, clinicians and policy makers to conduct research responsive to their needs and preferences.

Infectious disease epidemiology and modelling »

This theme applies multidisciplinary approaches to emerging issues in communicable diseases.

Integration and Implementation sciences »

Integration and Implementation Sciences (i2S) improves research impact on complex societal and environmental problems.

Lived Experience Research Unit »

This unit focuses on promoting greater consumer involvement in research content and practice by serving as a bridge between consumers and researchers.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Across the Life Course »

The Mental Health and Wellbeing group investigates bio-psycho-social causes and consequences linked to mental health and wellbeing across the lifecourse.

Methods Hub »

The Methods Hub is a meeting place for sharing methods and expertise in data analysis, across all research themes of NCEPH.

Society, Culture & Health »

Using social science theory and methods to understand the social and cultural determinants of health and how society produces the lived experience of health.

Translational e-Mental Health Unit »

This unit focuses on the importance and quality of health information on the Internet and disseminating information on mental health.

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