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COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the landscape of health, and we are embarking on a bold new chapter too.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have had their knowledge on how to thrive ignored. Sarah Bourke is using data sovereignty to change that.
Field epidemiologist Amy Parry is pushing to change international emergency responses and make local leadership a priority.
Spending time in and around Canberra’s lakes and rivers is the perfect way to enjoy a hot summer afternoon. Learn how to check water quality before you swim.
Those who were home-schooling also experienced greater disruption to their work and social lives.
Researchers warn that pre-paid power arrangements are putting priority populations at risk.
A major epidemiological study examined the potential health impacts of PFAS in three Australian communities.
Maps that make a difference: Spatial epidemiologist Dr Kinley Wangdi honoured with prestigious VC award »
Dr Wangdi uses maps to discover hidden health patterns and identify trends in disease.
The ACT Government has funded a pilot Safe Haven at the Belconnen Community Health Centre to work in tandem with local health services.
Professor Philip Batterham is the 2021 Winner of the Tony Ayers Prize for Excellence in Research and Translational Medicine.
Australians will be better protected against the health impacts of climate change, thanks to a new national research network led by The ANU.
Important lessons that "should be considered for COVID-19 vaccine roll-outs over coming years".