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Prof Evelyne de Leeuw


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CHETRE’s mission is to achieve better and fairer health for families and communities in south western Sydney, and throughout Australia and internationally, through conducting research that:
• enhances understanding of the needs of vulnerable families and communities;
• develops and trials interventions to improve health and address health inequities; and
• develops and trials ways to widely and sustainably implement effective interventions and innovations to improve health and health equity in whole populations.
CHETRE’s objectives are to:
• develop effective interventions for vulnerable families, communities and populations to address health inequities.
• develop effective tools to support decision making and planning for health equity.
• work with communities, organisations and health and human service systems to implement effective interventions and decision-making tools.
build research culture and capacity within primary and community health services and organisations to enhance participation in research.


A1 - Book

  • de Leeuw EJ, Palmer N, Spanswick L 2015, City fact sheets: WHO European Healthy Cities Network, World Health Organization, Copenhagen, ISBN 9789289050975
  • Leahy, M; Löfgren, H; Leeuw, ED Introduction-consumer groups and the democratization of health policy, ISBN 9781848447844
  • Löfgren, H; Leeuw, ED; Leahy, M Democratizing Health: Consumer Groups in the Policy Process, ISBN 9781848447844
  • Mathers, BM; Degenhardt, LJ; Mattick, RP; Wodak, AD; Howard, J; Ali, H Consensus statement of the Reference Group to the United Nations on HIV and Injecting Drug Use 2010, The Secretariat of the Reference Group to the United Nations on HIV and Injecting Drug Use. National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • de Leeuw, E Foreword, ISBN 9781624179709

B1 - Book Chapter

C1 - Journal Article