Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
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Edited By: Professor John Lowe (Managing Editor), Professor Rod McClure, Professor Alistair Woodward, Dr Priscilla Robinson, Dr Sandra Campbell and Dr Anna Ziersch
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Gavin Mooney and Del Weston
The deaths of Gavin Mooney and Del Weston on 20 December 2012 have shocked the public health world around the globe. In these two contributions, Di McIntyre and Alex Wodak reflect on their lives and achievements.
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On behalf of ANZJPH Gavin Mooney recently commissioned this series of short articles from researchers who share his concerns regarding health equity.
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The cost of quad bike fatalities. Quad bike fatalities have a significant economic impact on Australian society. “The economic cost associated with quad bike fatalities is an estimated $2.3 million for each accident.” Read More.
Falling over at home a concern for older people. Older people who fall over at home and require ambulance assistance are at higher risk of future falls and associated injuries. Read More.
Rising energy prices cost us ambulances. This study establishes an association between changes in energy prices and changes in ambulance system resources, performance and safety. Read More.
Students regret sex. Many secondary school students regret having sex after drinking too much alcohol. Read More.
Australia driving global immunisation. Australia’s significant contributions to the science of vaccines and immunisation programs are not widely recognised. Read More.
Do-it-yourself safety test could save lives. A do-it-yourself test using common household items could assist parents and caregivers in determining the adequate firmness of infant mattresses. Read More.
Give kids room to move. More grassed play area available in schools means more physical activity in children. Read More.
Active TB and Latent TB – should immigrants be screened for both? Testing of immigrants could reduce TB in Australia, but raises ethical questions. Read More.