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VicHealth's Healthy Sporting Environments Demonstration Project was an Australian-first trial that saw sporting clubs in the Barwon Region make changes to become healthier placed.
The Generating Equality and Respect Program is a world first, site-based, saturation approach to preventing violence against women before it occurs delivered in partnership with Monash City Council, MonashLink and VicHealth.
Six of Victoria's finest actors, comedians and musicians have been honoured at the Victorian Indigenous Performing Arts (VIPA) awards.
The media plays a key role in the way people understand social issues such as violence against women.
On his recent trip to Australia VicHealth interviewed 8-80 cities Executive Director Gil Peñalosa about ways we can use public spaces to encourage people to be more active.
There's a point during drinks where your evening could go either way.
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR), funded by VicHealth has developed an online interactive map of Victorian liquor licences.
The results of a two-year study conducted by the University of Melbourne and VicHealth reveal the final years of primary school are critical for developing children's confidence and independence to travel without their parents.
Active Club Grants recognise the important role local clubs/organisations play in increasing physical activity and helping communities stay connected.
The University of Melbourne's 2013 Festival of Ideas explored the science of healthy living in this challenging 21st century.
Ichiro Kawachi, M.D., Ph.D., is Professor of Social Epidemiology, and Chair of the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Exposure to workplace stressors is widespread and is related to a substantial fraction of common chronic diseases.
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