Past events

12.30–1.30pm 20 June 2013
Dr. Mark Boyd is an infectious diseases physician working at The Kirby Institute for infection and immunity in society at the University of New South Wales and Holdsworth House...
8.30am–4.30pm 20 June 2013
Geared toward health policymakers, practitioners and researchers, the day will focus on the growing prevalence of performance measures in healthcare and explore their benefits and...
5.30pm 19 June 2013
The ACT Branch of the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) invites you to join them for the Canberra Centerary Year Sax Oration...
12.30–1.30pm 30 May 2013
In last several decades, our planet has experienced increasingly variable and severe weather, many aspects of which do substantial harm to human wellbeing. Most notably, extreme...
12.30–1.30pm 30 May 2013
Ever complained about health policymakers ignoring the evidence? Then you need to hear about the work of the Deeble Institute for Health Policy Research. The Deeble Institute...
12.30–1.30pm 23 May 2013
Chronic illness is a thief of time and biography. You notice this when you’re sitting in the waiting room for the forty-sixth minute; when you rush to the beeping oxygen...
12.30–1.30pm 16 May 2013
I’ve got this great story, but how do I get I tell the public? The Communications & Public Engagement team (CPE, formerly Marketing & Communications) is a one-stop...
12.30–1.30pm 9 May 2013
Nutrition labelling is one tool which is being considered in Thailand to reduce nutrition related health problems and also for consumer protection. Although Thailand is widely...
9am–4pm 9 May 2013
A spotlight on the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement In theory, trade liberalization can be good for health. However, the ability of governments worldwide to introduce and...
12.30–2pm 6 May 2013
The Health Equity Masterclass program aims to inspire and engage early career researchers by inviting leading experts and thinkers from a broad range of fields to share their...
6.30–8pm 26 April 2013
Second public lecture of the ‘Cities, health and well-being’ event series co-hosted by LSE Cities and LSE Health. Cities are critical sites for enquiry and action in...
12.30–1.30pm 18 April 2013
The demand for primary health care services has increased due to changing demographics reflective of an ageing population and increasing chronic disease. In response to this,...
12.30–1.30pm 11 April 2013
Climate and climate change have direct and indirect impacts on spatio-temporal transmission patterns of vector-borne diseases, such as dengue fever. For the last few decades...
3.30–4.30pm 5 April 2013
Trends in population sleep and implications for public health. The decline of sleep is viewed by the community and experts as widespread and inevitable in our time-poor,...
12.30–1.30pm 4 April 2013
Cost of illness (COI) analysis is an established field of health economics research. However, there are as yet no best practice guidelines for conducting such analyses, and there...
12.30–2pm 27 March 2013
The Health Equity Masterclass program aims to inspire and engage early career researchers by inviting leading experts and thinkers from a broad range of fields to share their...
12.30–1.30pm 21 March 2013
As projected by climate change science, the world is warming, and the current (modest) average 0.8oC warming has already witnessed a flurry of new global heat records. The...
12.30–1.30pm 14 March 2013
Reflections on a 23 year university-government partnership to strengthen surveillance and control. The MAE was conceived in 1989 when the Commonwealth created two new structures...
12.30–1.30pm 7 March 2013
This seminar is based on a program of work undertaken with Clare Blackburn and Janet Read at the University of Warwick, UK, and with Lyndall Strazdins at NCEPH. We have explored...
12.30–1.30pm 28 February 2013
Despite increasing calls for the integration of health and environmental goals into food policy, debate continues as to how to achieve this. Some challenges for policy integration...

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