Health

Advocating for change: lessons from the alcohol policy and advocacy field

Alcohol is a legal product but causes considerable harm in our community. Despite this, alcohol is increasingly being sold and marketed as an ordinary product in Australia.

Safe surgey in Australian Hospitals: Implementation of the Correct Patient, Correct Site, Correct Procedure Protocol

Author/s (editor/s):

Healy, Judith

Publication year:

2008

Publication type:

Government and community sector reports

Find this publication at:
http://regnet.anu.edu.au/research/publications/3099/no-12b-safe-surgery-australi...

Cite the publication as

Healy, Judith (2008) Safe surgey in Australian Hospitals: Implementation of the Correct Patient, Correct Site, Correct Procedure Protocol. Report to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.

Trade Policy and Public Health

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Author/s (editor/s):

Sharon Friel
Libby Hattersley
Ruth Townsend

Publication year:

2015

Publication type:

Journal article

Find this publication at:
Annual Review of Public Health website

Trade policy influences health equity outcomes through the distribution of power, money, and resources between and within countries writes RegNet Director Sharon Friel together with ANU colleagues Libby Hattersley and Ruth Townsend, in their new article ‘Trade Policy and Public Health’ published this month in the The Annual Review of Public Health.

Cite the publication as

Friel, S, L Hattersley and R Townsend (2015) ‘Trade Policy and Public Health’ Annual Review of Public Health, vol. 36: 325-344.

An integrated approach to identifying and characterising resilient urban food systems to promote population health in a changing climate

Author/s (editor/s):

Sarah, W. James
Sharon Friel

Publication year:

2015

Publication type:

Journal article

In their recently published article looking at the the climate resilience, equity and healthfulness of urban food systems, Sarah James and Sharon Friel have found that industrial food production can be more environmentally sustainable than alternative systems.

Read the entire article online.

Cite the publication as

James, Sarah W. and Sharon Friel, (2015) ‘An integrated approach to identifying and characterising resilient urban food systems to promote population health in a changing climate’, Public Health Nutrition, 1-11.

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