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Gonorrhoea in women: sexual behaviour and practices

Is changing partner-seeking and sexual behaviour contributing to increasing incidence of gonorrhoea in heterosexual men and women? Research is being planned to conduct anonymous in-depth interviews with women recently diagnosed with gonorrhoea. Seeking expressions of...

Help shape sport and recreation in Queensland

The Queensland Government recognises the importance of supporting Queenslanders, young and old, to play more and participate regularly in local sporting and active recreation. That’s why they want to hear what you’ve got to say about the future of sport and active...

Have your say – Healthy Food Partnership Reformation Program

The Australian Government is acting to reduce the unhealthy levels of salt, sugar and saturated fat in the diets of many Australians through the proposed Healthy Food Partnership Reformation Program. “The Reformulation Program is designed to help change food products...

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...

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