Thought Leadership Activities

Our thought leadership activities work hand in hand with our advocacy efforts. Activities are designed to build impact, amplifying our research insights, challenging the status quo and fostering the kind of debates and discussions that lead to better treatments, better care and healthier societies.

We work with thought leaders from around the world including external Distinguished Fellows alongside George Institute researchers and our Emerging Thought Leaders, to drive conversations forward. Tools include podcasts, data visualisations, impact modelling, infographics, as well as blogs, commentaries, policy briefs and reports, videos and other activities.

We also regularly convene events such as regional webinars, GeorgeTalks and policy roundtables, collaborating with key stakeholders globally and locally. 

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Our activities

Global efforts to improve the health of women and girls have, in the past few decades, largely focused on reducing unacceptably high levels of maternal mortality and morbidity. In large part because…
October 2016 -
Video
The George Institute for Global Health has joined a global call to include gender in research impact assessment. Professor Robyn Norton, Principal Director of The George Institute, joined more than…
July 2016 -
News
The George Institute for Global Health India works closely with the University of Oxford to develop joint research projects that aim to improve bilateral exchange of knowledge and build capacity in…
May 2016 -
Priority Area
Mental health is one of the biggest causes of disability and carries enormous economic burden in India. It is estimated that 1 in every 5 Indians is suffering from some form of mental disorder.…
May 2016 -
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India’s large population relies on the primary health care system to provide every-day health services. A key resource of the primary health care system are the non-physician healthcare workers. They…
May 2016 -
Priority Area
The George Institute’s food policy team work in Australia and overseas to reduce death and disease caused by diets high in salt, harmful fats, added sugars and excess energy.  The team does…
March 2013 -
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