In the latest issue of Public Health Research & Practice journal, researchers say a ‘one size fits all’ approach to cancer screening is inappropriate.READ MORE
While communication is no doubt important, the route from evidence to policy and practice is rarely this linear.READ MORE
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Health researchers have a responsibility to self-promote their work and should embrace Twitter to help disseminate their findings.READ MORE
New research from The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre shows regulatory systems are open to being shaped by industry interestsREAD MORE
Doctors should use every consult to support women to continue with endocrine therapy, a new study suggests.
In this issue, we talk about the impact of the Study and how it can be linked with other data to give us insights into many chronic diseases.
Researchers have shown how a groundbreaking modelling tool can predict the likely impact of suicide prevention interventions.
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