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Are privacy concerns holding back research that could benefit people in rural and remote areas?

Are privacy concerns holding back research that could benefit people in rural and remote areas?

Melissa SweetSep 4, 2014

Jennifer Doggett writes: In the era of Facebook and over-sharing on social media do we need to be as vigilant about protecting individual health information as we ha

Providing localised data to guide policies, programs and services

Providing localised data to guide policies, programs and services

Melissa SweetSep 2, 2014

Jennifer Doggett writes: Which regions of Australia have the highest rate of low birth-weight babies? Are males in regional and remote areas more at risk of mental i

Some interesting predictions for our future - and what these might mean for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing

Some interesting predictions for our future - and what these might mean for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing

Melissa SweetMar 11, 2014

The new world of big health data: some questions about profits, privacy and the public interest

The new world of big health data: some questions about profits, privacy and the public interest

Melissa SweetJan 30, 2014

It’s time for an informed public debate about the many questions raised by the commodification of “big data” in health, according to Canberra Law School academics, Bruce Baer Arno

Calling for open access to Australia's oral health data sets

Melissa SweetJan 22, 20141 Comment

Opening up oral health datasets for wider access by researchers and the public could bring many benefits, say researchers from the

UK report on Tamiflu highlights failings of health authorities, regulators, industry, and clinical trials

UK report on Tamiflu highlights failings of health authorities, regulators, industry, and clinical trials

Melissa SweetJan 5, 2014

Longstanding questions about a key plank of the international response to pandemic influenza - the stockpiling and widespread use of the antiviral drug oseltamivir (Tamiflu) - have be

Profiling the journal articles and reports that packed the most useful punch in 2013

Profiling the journal articles and reports that packed the most useful punch in 2013

Melissa SweetDec 27, 2013

Articles on climate change, pharmaceutical industry manipulation of research, and Indigenous health were among those nominated by Croakey contributors as the most useful journal article

Some critical insights into how to improve Indigenous health and wellbeing: a new report

Some critical insights into how to improve Indigenous health and wellbeing: a new report

Melissa SweetOct 13, 2013

For research and programs to make a positive difference for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing, they must be based on “Indigenous ways of learning, knowing and

Are governments locking up information that could be used to improve our health?

Melissa SweetJul 28, 20131 Comment

The Menzies Foundation is to host a workshop in Melbourne that aims to promote greater unde

A surprising lack of clarity around the definition of core primary health care services

Melissa SweetMay 21, 2013

“The implementation of primary health care (PHC) may well be one of the most significant systemic and ideological health reforms of modern times. Countries with strong

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