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Everyday health survey – sugar sweetened beverages

Heart Foundation, in partnership with Cancer Council Queensland, have developed the Everyday Health Survey: sugar-sweetened beverages, to give Queenslanders a voice and engage them in conversations about health issues that affect all members of the community. The...

Share your views on dementia prevention

Are you a GP or practice nurse? University of Melbourne researchers want to hear from you! Dementia is a trillion dollar disease with no cure, and it is now the second leading cause of death in Australia. Policies and clinical guidelines indicate a role for primary...

Input required on hepatitis C treatment in general practice

Research is currently being undertaken into the barriers and enablers of hepatitis C treatment in general practice. Participation involves being interviewed and nominating up to 10 patients with hepatitis C infection, (some treated and some not) for an interview. If...

National Advance Care Directive prevalence study 2018

Are older Australians receiving the medical care that they want, and how well does their care align with their personal values and preferences? To help answer this question, Advance Care Planning Australia (ACPA) is leading ground-breaking research about Advance Care...

Mental illness and the workplace – higher research study

Are you currently in the workforce and living with a mental illness? Would you like to contribute to a study of psychological wellbeing in the workplace? The research is being conducted by Chantelle Ritchie,  a Higher Research Degree candidate from the Faculty of...

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