Research

Family Planning NSW has a strong history of achievement in research, evaluation and research translation. The Family Planning NSW Research Centre (previously known as the Sydney Centre for Reproductive Health Research) was established in 1990, to bring an Australian perspective to the study of reproductive and sexual health. The Research Centre facilitates the monitoring and evaluation of Family Planning NSW’s own programs and services in Australia and the Pacific region. We lead and collaborate with universities and other clinical and research organisations and institutions on clinical and population health research studies and have extensive experience of leading our own research projects across all of our clinics. With skills in quantitative and qualitative research, biostatistics, epidemiology, data management and data linkage, we play a key role in gathering, analysing and disseminating reproductive and sexual health information for use by governments, organisations, health practitioners and the community.

For more information on our work please click on the following links:

Translating research into practice: Family Planning NSW Research Plan 2014-2018

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