Adolescent health and wellbeing in Africa: What do we know and what next? Reflections from a Kenyan perspective

Adolescent health and wellbeing in Africa: What do we know and what next? Reflections from a Kenyan perspective

Public Lecture Presented by School of Demography, ANU College of Arts & and Social Sciences and National Centre for Epidemiology & Population...

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Understanding and preventing cardiovascular disease in Australia

Understanding and preventing cardiovascular disease in Australia

Few families in Australia are untouched by cardiovascular disease. It is a leading cause of death and disability; in Australia, someone has a heart attack or...

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Tony McMichael Seminar room name ceremony

Tony McMichael Seminar room name ceremony

We had the naming of the Tony McMichael seminar room last week followed by drinks and light refreshments. Tony McMichael endowment will be providing an...

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Professor Gabriele Bammer has been invited to attend a meeting of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs in New York in early May, based on her...

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 We could have saved more lives: Canberra doctor Kamalini Lokuge on fighting Ebola

We could have saved more lives: Canberra doctor Kamalini Lokuge on fighting Ebola

        When a nine-year-old boy who had just buried his family arrived at an Ebola treatment centre, a Canberra doctor was...

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A Nigerian demographer reflects on Jack Caldwell’s legacy

A Nigerian demographer reflects on Jack Caldwell’s legacy

Prof Orubuloye’s testimony about Jack Caldwell’s legacy echoes other colleagues’ experience of being taken into Jack and his wife’s...

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