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Laura Ford is in her final year of her PhD at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health.
Aboriginal Rangers play a crucial role in the care of country.
The Department of Health Services Research and Policy would like like to Welcome Julie Smith to RSPH.
Risk thresholds for alcohol consumption: combined analysis of individual-participant data for 599 912 current drinkers in 83 prospective studies.
Exploring the Potential of Justice Reinvestment in Cowra - Community Report
Congratulations to Dr Cathy Day and Dr Erin Walsh for receiving CAPHIA Early Career Teaching Award »
Dr Cathy Day and Dr Erin Walsh were awarded the Early Career Excellence and Innovation in Public Health Teaching Award by the Council of Academic Public Health...
Large scale epidemiological evidence can provide reliable answers to 'real world' questions.
Prof Emily Banks was awarded a Women with Heart award by the ACT Heart Foundation for her work in cardiovascular disease research, particularly focussing on...
An international study led by ANU has bolstered the global campaign for a sugar tax, finding thousands of cases of type 2 diabetes could be prevented every...
A recent study published in Digital Health reported the results from a randomised controlled trial (RCT) conducted at the CMHR.
Congratulations to Professor Emily Banks on receiving Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Supervision for 2017 »
Emily received this award for the supportive and innovative team- and systems-based approach to supervision that she has developed.
The Dementia Collaborative Research Centre - Early Diagnosis & Prevention has released three infographics which are designed to help people maintain or...