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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians “must remain a priority group” for the nation’s COVID-19 vaccine roll-out.
Field epidemiology matters: Celebrating 30 years of Australia’s only field epidemiology training program »
The MAE celebrated 30 years of training health leaders and the inaugural World Field Epidemiology Day with a symposium.
Associate Professor Lisa Whop and Dr Kinley Wangdi have been backed in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding.
Despite being both curable and preventable, every day, nearly 28,000 people will be diagnosed with TB and 4,000 people will lose their lives to the disease.
Researchers have found "no evidence of airborne transmission of COVID-19 within public washrooms".
Dr Jane Desborough awarded a DECRA to investigate ways to make healthcare and medicines more equitable for people living with chronic illness.
Meet Jason Agostino, who specialises in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
Teaching young people how to identify healthy and respectful relationships helps mitigate experiences of family violence.
Associate Professor Lisa Whop is putting up a winning fight against cervical cancer — for all women.
It’s time to reimagine gender equality and help men “work like a woman”, Professor Lyndall Strazdins argues.
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Winter months can be associated with seasonal affective disorder otherwise known as SAD or winter depression.