News & opinion

Searching for answers on urban Aboriginal health

SEARCH Project Officer and Wotjobaluk woman Simone Sherriff on what makes the Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH) unique.

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Photo: SEARCH Project Officer Simone Sherriff

Public Health Research & Practice

Emerging infectious diseases

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.

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Research Action Awards

Researchers making a
real-world difference

Congratulations to our 2016 Research Action Award winners,
Kees van Gool, Angela Dawson and Kristine Macartney (not pictured).

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Media release

Funding boost for urban Aboriginal child health study

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.

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Photo: Study participant Saraya Thompkins and her mother Latoya Terry.

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