RE-FRESH recently had the opportunity to have our research included in a synthesis of knowledge about prevention in the first 2000 days of life, as part of our involvement in the Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact with the Prevention Centre and nine other Centres of Research Excellence. Led by Dr Alexandra Chung from Monash University and The Centre of Research Excellence in Health in Preconception & Pregnancy, this project used a new method that combined the expertise of research, policy and communications experts to draw out policy-relevant lessons. A full report, summary, policy brief, and a podcast on the findings of the project have been produced, all of which you can access here.


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