Associate Professor Peter Bragge specialises in translating research evidence into practice and policy to address challenges faced in health and sustainable development. This involves identifying, appraising and cataloguing research evidence; exploring the practice context through consultation with practitioners and policymakers and consulting on intervention design and implementation.
As Director of Health Programs for BehaviourWorks Australia, Peter manages partnerships with a number of government and other agencies. Peter also leads Monash Sustainable Development Institute’s collaboration with McMaster University in Canada to build Social Systems Evidence – the world’s largest evidence resource for the Sustainable Development Goals.
Peter has published over 80 peer-reviewed journal articles and a book titled From Roadside to Recovery: The Story of the Victorian State Trauma System. He has also written over 100 reports for government and industry including a review of community mental health initiatives for the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System; a review of health system responses to climate change for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and a review of the co-benefits of sustainable building for the Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN).