SEARCH Project Officer and Wotjobaluk woman Simone Sherriff on what makes the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH) unique.READ MORE
Photo: SEARCH Project Officer Simone Sherriff
The latest issue of Public Health Research & Practice focuses on the threat of emerging infectious diseases, which continue to cause a huge burden of preventable disease globally.READ MORE
Congratulations to our 2016 Research Action Award winners,
Kees van Gool, Angela Dawson and Kristine Macartney (not pictured).
Australia’s largest and longest-running study of urban Aboriginal children is set to continue its successful work as a platform to help close the Indigenous health gap.READ MORE
Photo: Study participant Saraya Thompkins and her mother Latoya Terry.
Diabetes, smoking and physical inactivity are key CVD risk factors for Chinese Australians according to new 45 and Up Study research.
New research based on the 45 and Up Study has revealed a link between popular heartburn drugs and an increased risk of infectious gastroenteritis.
Building a fuller picture of the social and economic burdens faced by people with cancer is key to advocating for policies and support programs.
The potential value of workplace chronic disease prevention programs is supported by research showing the high costs of illness in office workers.
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