Celebrating 20 years
Brain imaging abnormalities and outcome after acute ischaemic stroke: the ENCHANTED trial
Building back better after COVID-19: The research agenda
The wider benefits of SGLT2 inhibitors
Delivering a healthier urban food environment
The George Institute, through its WHO Collaborating Centre on Injury Prevention and Trauma Care status, works with partners around the world, conducts research to tackle the drowning epidemic. Through work that seeks to better understand the extent of the burden and social issues around injury prevention, as well as assessing how best to implement better safety interventions, the team help inform, influence, and advance global and national policy and public awareness.
#Injuryprevention Sessions is our new series to discuss an action-focused approach towards local solutions to address the global problem of injury.
A new study on diet and leading causes of death finds that those on a low carbohydrate, low fat and high protein diet had a lower risk of early death, but a lower risk of cardiovascular disease only in men.