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The aim is assess predictive performance of cardiovascular risk prediction models, contextual effects, and hotspots of cardiovascular risks in Ethiopia.
This PhD research privileges Aboriginal positions of the importance of culture for the wellbeing outcomes, and explores the relationships between them.
Ensuring that Indigenous peoples lead the planning, governance, implementation and management of their health information is critical.
This thesis aims to first estimate age-and disease-specific deaths attributable to ambient PM2.5 in 31 provinces of China.
My research aimed to build evidence and identify mechanisms to optimise the epidemiology workforce during crises.
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Models can shed light on transmission, but modelling emerging diseases and diseases at low prevalence has unique challenges.
This thesis aims to explore how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples understand and experience safety.
This thesis aims to examine the extent to which digital tools implemented for COVID-19 vaccination programs improved information systems for immunisation.
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