In 2009, Baker IDI launched a thought leadership program called "The Perspectives Series" which is aimed at providing an opportunity to engage academics, scientists, clinicians, policy makers and community leaders in discussions about public health issues. The series incorporates a range of forums each year, along with the production of a publication entitled Perspectives.
Perspectives Volume 7 - Innovation and Translation
25 June 2013
Australia has a proven ability to produce world-class research however, leading experts say our capacity to transform medical discoveries into products or services is far less impressive. Read more in this edition of Perspectives.
Perspectives Volume 6 - Ageing
13 June 2012
In this edition of Perspectives we examine the policy and planning challenges faced by the health sector as Australia’s population ages.
Perspectives Volume 5 - Obesity and Chronic Disease
14 November 2011
In this edition, we examine the statistics, trends and predictions as well as treatment and prevention options relating to obesity and chronic disease.
Perspectives Volume 4 - Food and Health
30 March 2011
In this edition of Baker IDI Perspectives we examine the link between food and health and the roles and responsibilities of government, healthcare agencies and individuals in regards to what we eat
Perspectives Volume 3- e-health
22 July 2010
In this edition of Perspectives, we examine the implementation of e-health and its’ potential impact on the Australian health sector following the recent introduction of individual healthcare identifiers for every Australian.
Perspectives Volume 2 - National Preventative Health Strategy
7 December 2009
The National Preventative Health strategy highlights the need for urgent, comprehensive and sustained action to address the rising incidence of preventable disease amongst Australians.
Perspectives Volume 1 - Obesity
20 May 2009
This edition of the Baker IDI perspectives includes the topics; "We are getting fatter as a nation", "It is indisputable we need to eat less and exercise more" and "McDonald's the internationally powerful and phenomenally successful fast-food chain".