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Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health

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Edited By: Professor John Lowe (Editor-in-Chief), Adjunct Assoc. Professor Priscilla Robinson, Dr Bridget Kool, Dr Melissa Stoneham, Dr Hassan Vally and Assoc. Professor Luke Wolfenden

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 101/176 (Public Environmental & Occupational Health)

Online ISSN: 1753-6405

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Debates in Public Health and Health Economics
The NSW health outcomes initiative and economic analysis
Mooney, G., Jan, S. and Seymour, J

Efficiency in health care: just health gains?
Mooney, G.

Priority setting in health care: unburdening from the burden of disease
Gavin Mooney, Les Irwig, Stephen Leeder

Priority setting in health care: burden of disease cannot be jettisoned
Bradshaw, D. and Schneider, M.

The use of conjoint analysis to elicit community preferences in public health research: a case study of hospital services in South Australia
Jan, S., Mooney, G., Ryan, M., Bruggemann, K. and Alexander, K

The emperor's quality clothes: for goodness' sake, let's take the strain off the word quality!.
Mooney, G

The need to build community autonomy in public health
Mooney, G

Public health should not be a popularity contest: A reply to Gavin Mooney
Chapman, S

Community autonomy remains crucial to public health, despite measurement difficulties: A response to Simon Chapman.
Mooney, G

Whither health economics?
Mooney, G. and McIntyre, D

Health education and a co-ordinated response system to support vulnerable people during heat waves
Stuart, K., Mahmood, M. A., Clark, L., Pace, R. and Mooney, G

Aboriginal Health
Resource allocation and Aboriginal health
Mooney, G.

Funding Aboriginal health care: the case for a new initiative
Mooney, G

Has access to hospital improved for Aborigines in the Northern Territory?
McDermott, R. A., Plant, A. J. and Mooney, G.

Australian public health: some history lessons from South Africa.
Mooney, G.

Closing the 17 year gap means opening not just the Treasury coffers but our hearts
Mooney, G

Values, Ethics and Equity
Values, Ethics and Equity . The values of public health: hopefully not a final word
Mooney, G

Public health, political morality and compassion
Mooney, G

Inequity in Australian health care: how do we progress from here?
Mooney, G.

How can public health deal with the problems set by neo-liberalism? A response to ‘The scope, mission and method of contemporary public health’
Mooney, G

The scope, mission and method of contemporary public health
Leeder, S

10 years on from 9/11.
Mooney, G.

Why are we failing on health equity and how can we do better in future?
Mooney, G.