We aim to develop a robust framework for reviewing policy and informing policy-makers responsible for devising solutions to the far-reaching effects of diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease and their related conditions.
Our research crosses a range of disciplines. We draw on research from our many project nodes at the Charles Perkins Centre, the members of which work across an array of disciplines, including law, ethics, political theory, economics and sociology.
Our vision is for a normative framework to justify policy, which will ultimately improve non-communicable disease management at a national level. We encourage our project nodes to work towards research output that will support and contribute to our theme’s goals.