Health engagement

Engagement within the health services sector is often core to the public and non-profit sector’s programs. Social problems such as drinking, smoking, obesity, food waste, electricity over-use, violence and water over-use are typically addressed by the public and non-profit sector by policy-makers, communicators and social marketers.

The outcome of our research is the creation of an evidence-base for policy and strategy in for business, government and non-profit organisations as well as innovative ideas that are cutting edge.

For a more comprehensive review of the work we conduct around health engagement, visit the Service Thinking for Social Problems website.