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Research and Reports

WHAA partners with reputable institutions to conduct research studies focussed on supporting the workplace health agenda as well as sourcing other industry-relevant studies and reports from Australia and overseas.


WORKING WELL (Survey Report – Sixth Edition) – July 2014
A Global Report on Health Promotion, Workplace Wellness and Productivity Strategies

Global Wellness Report Global Wellness Report (1212 KB)


AUSTRALIA’S HEALTH 20914 – May 2014
The 14th biennial health report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australia's Health Australia's Health (5026 KB)


A PRIORITY-DRIVEN RESEARCH AGENDA FOR OBESITY PREVENTION – April 2014
National Preventative Health Research Strategy 2013-18: ANPHA (Aust Govt) and Western Australian Department of Health

Priority Research Agenda for Obesity Prevention Priority Research Agenda for Obesity Prevention (1398 KB)


FIFO/DIDO MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH REPORT – September 2013
Report has been prepared by the Sellenger Centre for Research in Law, Justice and Social Change at Edith Cowan University for Lifeline WA

FIFO DIDO Mental Health Research Report FIFO DIDO Mental Health Research Report (1070 KB)


WORKHEALTH RESEARCH SYNTHESIS REPORT – April 2013
Research program developed to guide the development of the (Victorian) WorkHealth Program

Workhealth Research Synthesis Report Workhealth Research Synthesis Report (1471 KB)


WORKPLACE SCREENING PROGRAMS FOR CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION: A RAPID REVIEW – May 2012
An Evidence Check review brokered by the Sax Institute for the NSW Ministry of Health

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WORKHEALTH PROJECT MODELLING SUMMARY REPORT – September 2012

Workhealth Project Modeling Summary Project Workhealth Project Modeling Summary Project (113 KB)


WORKHEALTH FOLLOW UP STUDY REPORT – September 2012

Workhealth Follow Up Study Report Workhealth Follow Up Study Report (145 KB)


WORKHEALTH (Victorian Govt) EVALUATION SUMMARY– August 2012

Workhealth Evaluation Summary Workhealth Evaluation Summary (227 KB)


WORKPLACE SCREENING PROGRAMS FOR CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION – May 2012
An Evidence Check review brokered by the Sax Institute for the NSW Ministry of Health

Workplace Screeninig Programs For Chronic Disease Prevention Workplace Screeninig Programs For Chronic Disease Prevention (1781 KB)


ALCOHOL, WORK AND PRODUCTIVITY – September 2011
Scientific opinion of the Science Group of the European Science and Health Forum

Alcohol, Work and Productivity Alcohol, Work and Productivity (1239KB)


SICK AT WORK – July 2011
The cost of Presenteeism to your business and the Economy – part of the Medibank research series

Sick at Work Sick at Work (Medibank) (1675KB)


IMPACT OF HEALTH CONDITIONS ON PRODUCTIVITY – March 2011
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Health Conditions that Impact of Work productivity Health Conditions that Impact of Work productivity (976KB)


WORKPLACE WELLNESS IN AUSTRALIA – July 2010
Aligning action with aims: Optimising the benefits of workplace wellness – Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Workplace Wellness in Australia Workplace Wellness in Australia (598KB)


AEGIS REPORT TO NHHRC – May 2008
Submission to the National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission Review of the Australian health system from AEGIS Consulting Australia on behalf of the HAPIA

Aegis Report to NHHRC Aegis Report to NHHRC (1037KB)


THE HEALTH OF AUSTRALIA’S WORKFORCE – November 2005
A Medibank Private study found that the healthiest Australian employees are almost three times more productive than their unhealthy colleagues

Medibank Private Medibank Private (380KB)


BEYOND BLUE – AUSTRALIAN WORKFORCE PROGRAM – 2004

Beyond Blue - Australian Workforce Program Beyond Blue - Australian Workforce Program (460KB)



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