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Supporting heart health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities needs person-centred and holistic approaches to care.
Second-year Master of Philosophy (Applied Epidemiology) Scholar Ashish Shrestha embarked on a field epidemiology training placement in Queensland.
PhD candidate Dani Cribb writes about her experience attending the Communicable Diseases and Immunisation Conference.
MAE scholar Ngoc-Anh Hoang writes about her experience attending the European Scientific Conference on Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology.
Developing and refining methods to measure and value child health.
MAE student Troy Laidlow applies a One Health approach to a Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak linked to backyard poultry.
Dr Aparna Lal is based at the Research School of Population Health and says her interest in clean, safe drinking water stems from her own experiences.
Janet lives with MS and is actively contributing to research in this area.
The Department of Health Services Research and Policy is home to the Health Experience Team for the ANU’s Grand Challenge project, ‘Our Health In Our Hands’
Changes to our ozone layer over the past 40 years have affected levels of UV radiation and therefore the risk of people developing skin cancer.
Fee for service psychology no answer to mental health
The disease detective fighting epidemics