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Research reveals gaps in policy to protect Australians from genetic discrimination in life insurance
Research reveals gaps in policy to protect Australians from genetic discrimination in life insurance
Media release: 13 December 2022 Researchers have called for the Australian Government to take action to protect consumers ...
The 45 and Up Study: how Australia’s largest longitudinal study is reshaping our understanding of healthy ageing
The 45 and Up Study: how Australia’s largest longitudinal study is reshaping our understanding of healthy ageing
Media release: 13 December 2022 Australia's largest ongoing study of healthy ageing has reached an important mileston...
Fears over wave of breast cancer unfounded
Fears over wave of breast cancer unfounded
Fears that temporarily suspending breast cancer screening services during the pandemic would create a wave of advanced tum...
Protection for genetic tests results urged
Protection for genetic tests results urged
Insurance companies have been using the results of people's genetic tests to deny them cover, or raise the cost of th...
Study provides reassurance around the impact of COVID-related breast screening delays
Study provides reassurance around the impact of COVID-related breast screening delays
Media release: 8 December 2022 The suspension of breast screening services in 2020 to limit the risk of COVID-19 transmiss...
PHRP Awards recognise outstanding public health research that matters for policy and practice
PHRP Awards recognise outstanding public health research that matters for policy and practice
Media release: 17 November 2022 A paper calling for a renewed focus on skin cancer prevention in Australia and another on ...
Australia must tackle youth obesity crisis
Australia must tackle youth obesity crisis
Screen-slave adolescents are a forgotten demographic when it comes to obesity, with better prevention strategies sorely ne...
The stigma of overweight compromises general health
The stigma of overweight compromises general health
Health practitioners are often still operating under the assumption that obesity is an individual's responsibility, e...
New report: Teens ‘forgotten’ in fight against obesity
New report: Teens ‘forgotten’ in fight against obesity
Disjointed, piecemeal and underfunded - that is how new research describes our approach towards teenagers when it comes to...
Teens forgotten in obesity prevention, as virtual world poses increasing risk
Teens forgotten in obesity prevention, as virtual world poses increasing risk
Media release: 12 October 2022 Obesity prevention strategies that target adolescence – a crucial period for developing hea...
An ethical framework for co-production of research
An ethical framework for co-production of research
Introduction by Croakey: In a webinar today hosted by the Consumers Health Forum, Minister for Health, Mark Butler, stress...
More than a slogan: the opportunities and challenges of co-production in public health research
More than a slogan: the opportunities and challenges of co-production in public health research
Media release: 15 June 2022 Co-production – a collaborative model of research that involves stakeholders at each stage of ...
‘It’s cowboy country’: consumers at risk from cosmetic radiation
‘It’s cowboy country’: consumers at risk from cosmetic radiation
The popularity of cosmetic radiation procedures has boomed in recent years, leaving consumers at risk of being injured by ...
The potential benefits, as well as harms, from the COVID-19 disruption to cancer screening and other healthcare services
The potential benefits, as well as harms, from the COVID-19 disruption to cancer screening and other healthcare services
Introduction by Croakey: After more than two years of living with COVID-19, research is now revealing that some chang...
Experts warn of injury risks due to cosmetic radiation procedures
Experts warn of injury risks due to cosmetic radiation procedures
Media release: 31 March 2022 The use of radiation for common cosmetic procedures such as hair removal and skin rejuvenatio...
Two in three Australians will develop common skin cancers as incidence rises, new research shows
Two in three Australians will develop common skin cancers as incidence rises, new research shows
Media release: 10 March 2022 More than two thirds of Australians will be treated for the most common skin cancers in their...
Summer alert: experts urge investment in skin cancer prevention to save lives and dollars
Summer alert: experts urge investment in skin cancer prevention to save lives and dollars
Media release: 22 December 2021 Investing in skin cancer prevention programs could not only save lives but also significan...
2021 PHRP Award winners revealed
2021 PHRP Award winners revealed
Two research teams have been honoured for their outstanding work in health literacy and communicating COVID-19 health info...
PHRP Awards recognise exceptional public health research with real impact
PHRP Awards recognise exceptional public health research with real impact
Media release: 16 December 2021 Two COVID-themed papers – one on the gaps in Australia’s health literacy during the early ...
Aussie researchers call for better hearing checks in disadvantaged children
Aussie researchers call for better hearing checks in disadvantaged children
Ear health experts have called for better hearing checks in Australian children, following their report which revealed tha...
Hearing loss in ‘one in 10’ at-risk kids
Hearing loss in ‘one in 10’ at-risk kids
One in 10 disadvantaged Australian children may suffer from hearing loss and almost one in three a dysfunctional middle ea...
Hearing healthcare not fit for purpose
Hearing healthcare not fit for purpose
Papers published in the Public Health Research & Practice journal, co-sponsored by Soundfair, demonstrate that hearing...
Alcohol causes cancer, yet only half of people in NSW know about it
Alcohol causes cancer, yet only half of people in NSW know about it
New research from Cancer Council NSW has found that just over half of NSW residents (55%) know about the link between...
PHRP Awards: childhood obesity prevention is hard – but here’s one program that has worked
PHRP Awards: childhood obesity prevention is hard – but here’s one program that has worked
Around a quarter of NSW children are either obese or overweight, according to NSW Health – a shocking statistic which is l...
Booming mosquito populations and biblical bat deaths: what to expect for Australia’s increasingly hot summers
Booming mosquito populations and biblical bat deaths: what to expect for Australia’s increasingly hot summers
We should prepare for booming mosquito populations and biblical bat deaths in Australia’s increasingly hot summers: Public...
COVID-19: new research reveals impacts to healthcare services
COVID-19: new research reveals impacts to healthcare services
New research reveals the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in big reductions in other healthcare activity across NSW, which could...
Indigenous leaders call for an end to racism in the health system
Indigenous leaders call for an end to racism in the health system
Media Release: 10 March 2021 Deep-seated resistance to addressing institutional and systemic racism in our health system i...
Institutional racism silencing Indigenous knowledge in health care
Institutional racism silencing Indigenous knowledge in health care
A new report from the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health has found institutional racism leads to a silencing of Indigenous...
Call for targeted ear screening as research shows 1 in 10 disadvantaged children have hearing loss
Call for targeted ear screening as research shows 1 in 10 disadvantaged children have hearing loss
Media release: 2 December 2021 Ear health experts are calling for targeted screening programs in children during their cri...