We use diverse quantitative and qualitative social research methods.
All our research is informed by a social model of health, with a specific focus on understanding and addressing gender-based risks and the social, economic, cultural and political contexts of people’s lives.
Our areas of research include
- psychosocial aspects of ageing
- reproductive health
- pregnancy and childbearing
- early childhood health and development
- chronic illness
Our research informs government policy, health services, and practice guidelines.