To celebrate this milestone, we asked our staff, students, past directors, research collaborators and other supporters of our work to share their reflections about the Centre.
In line with university and sector recommendations, CSRH has suspended all face-to-face fieldwork and encouraged staff and students to observe physical distancing and work from home. A number of projects we conduct have been suspended or delayed, while we adjust others to operate remotely and assess the impact of COVID-19 on participants.
The Centre for Social Research in Health (CSRH) undertakes and promotes exemplary social and behavioural science research in health that informs and strengthens knowledge, policy and practice.
Are leaders in their fields, with a strong reputation in the academic community, lending authority to our work and influence to public debate. They work together with a wide range of national and international research, community and health partners.
CSRH has a wide range of projects both present and past relating to the field of social health.
Addressing the over-representation of parental offenders in child sexual abuse is vital to primary prevention and survivor support.
Aluminium is hugely useful, but energy-intensive to produce. What if we didn’t have to smelt any more?
UNSW Sydney continues to see a year-on-year increase in the number of researchers named as providing global leadership.
New Fellows elected in recognition of their excellence in the social sciences.
Prisons seem an unlikely source of outstanding university students, but it is. What’s more, those who have done such study are much less likely to re-offend when they get out.
Fears that TikTok is “serving up” drug content to impressionable users have prompted calls for all drug content to be censored on the platform. But that would remove useful health advice too.
UNSW Sydney’s Kensington campus is built on the land of the Aboriginal people. We pay our respects to the Bedegal people of the Eora nation who are the Custodians of this land.
We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the First Australians, whose lands, winds and waters we all now share, and pay respect to their unique values, and their continuing and enduring cultures which deepen and enrich the life of our nation and communities.