The Discipline has an active research program, with members of the discipline currently contributing to the Health Behaviour Priority Research Centre, other research collaborations within the University of Newcastle, as well as external partnerships with others who share interests in health and health behaviour.
The following lists broad areas of research to which the Discipline of Health Behaviour Sciences contributes. For further information on research opportunities in the HBS Research Group please contact any of the academics listed under our staff.
- Cancer: survivorship, health providers behaviour prevention
- Cardiovascular health
- Indigenous health
- Tobacco and alcohol reduction
- Large community interventions to promote health
- Evidence into practice