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Non-Communicable Diseases and Implementation Science

Dedicated to improving prevention, quality of life and healthcare for people with chronic conditions.

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Professor Brian Oldenburg

Professor of Public Health and Implementation Science

Phone:+61 419 025 692

Latest Achievements

Fellow, National Heart Foundation of Australia (2018)

Distinguished International Affiliate, Division 38 (Health Psychology), American Psychological Association, APA (2018)

Distinguished Scientist Award, International Society for Behavioral Medicine (2014)

Invited membership, UK Faculty of Public Health (2010)

Awarded Lifetime Fellow Membership of US Society for Behavioral Medicine, SBM (2006)

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Professor Brian Oldenburg Professor of Public Health and Implementation Science


About the Non-Communicable Diseases and Implementation Science laboratory

The Non-Communicable Diseases and Implementation Science laboratory aims to make a meaningful difference to the lives of people living with chronic conditions.

We aim to increase the research capacity and expertise in the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases at the national and international level. Our work involves generating high quality evidence to inform policy and practice. We develop effective evidence-based solutions that improve health outcomes of people with non-communicable diseases.

We are an international team, leading and collaborating on a variety of multidisciplinary research, evaluation, quality improvement, and science implementation projects. Our work involves a community of professionals in non-communicable disease prevention and control, researchers, healthcare practitioners, policymakers, and members of the public.

Our cutting edge advantage is we work collaboratively across disciplines, countries, settings, seniority levels to implement interventions, programs and policy changes that improve health in Australia and beyond.

We are passionate about effective, cost-effective and equitable health improvement at the population level. We strive to implement evidence-based health solutions across contexts and settings. We are open to collaborate with other teams and stakeholders that share our vision and mission.

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With the rising number of Australians affected by diabetes, heart disease and stroke, the need for research is more critical than ever.

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