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Should you need a licence to smoke?

- Professor Simon Chapman AO
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Should you need a licence to smoke?
Should you need a licence to smoke?

Professor Simon Chapman AO from the Sydney School of Public Health discusses his radical new proposal to reduce the number of people smoking in Australia.

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Digital junk - is social media making us obese?
Digital junk - is social media making us obese?

World-first research by the University of Sydney reveals that junk food brands are engaging with young Facebook users to promote unhealthy foods which can contribute to obesity and lifestyle diseases.

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Cross cultural learning
Cross cultural learning

Dr Giselle Manalo talks about the challenges in delivering programs to communities.

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Immunisation & communication
Immunisation and communication

Neil, talks about his journey and taking on the Professional Practice Units.

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Informed choices
Informed choices

Professor Glenn Salkeld describes the development of an app designed to help patients make informed decisions.

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Looking for greater gains
Looking for greater gains

Dr Michael Douglas talks about finding gaps between the health services provided and the community's needs.

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Services re-design
Services re-design

Dr Giselle Manalo talks about the challenges in delivering programs to communities.

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Caring for the Carers
Caring for the Carers

Professor Stephen Leeder asks who cares for the carers?

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Looking for greater gains
Looking for greater gains

Dr Michael Douglas talks about finding gaps between the health services provided and the community's needs.

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Services re-design
Services re-design

Professor Barclay talks about the completion of a recent study and the re-design of health services to the most needy.

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Caring for the Carers
Caring for the Carers

Professor Stephen Leeder asks who cares for the carers?

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Cost-effectiveness
Cost-effectiveness

Dr Passey talks about the process from study to pilot program and beyond.

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e-Mental Health
e-Mental Health

Associate Professor James Bennett-Levy talks about the use of mobile device apps for mental health services.

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Improving the evidence
Improving the evidence

Professor Jonathan Craig talks about his research into screening for cancer in people with chronic kidney disease.

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The right time
The right time

Myat talks about her research into mobile delivered health programs and her aspirations for Public Health in her country.

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Change the system
Change the system

Renal Nurse and researcher Liz Rix talks about the support and engagement she's had from the Aboriginal community throughout her PhD research.

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Intelligent minds
Intelligent minds

Gemma talks about her pathway from a Master's in Public Health into a PhD in Epidemiology.

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What is Public Health?
What is Public Health?

Researchers, Students and Academics give their view on the question 'What is Public Health?'

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A systematic appproach
A systematic appproach

Dr Mu Li tells how her field experience and research informs the MIPH classes for her students.

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The same journey
The same journey

Geoffrey Angeles talks about his journey from his community to education and back.

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