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Lesley King

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Journal article

28 Jan 2016

The ‘how to’ of scaling up public health interventions for maximum reach and outcomes is receiving greater attention; however, there remains a paucity of practical tools to guide those actively involved in scaling up processes in high-income countries.

To fill this gap, the New...

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31 May 2012

This review examined the effectiveness of workplace screening programs for chronic disease prevention based on evidence retrieved from the main databases of biomedical and health economic literature published to March 2012, supplemented with relevant reports.

The review found: 1. Strong evidence of effectiveness of...

Journal article

4 May 2009

This survey sought to describe how government health departments in Australia use specialist health economic advice to inform policy and planning and the mechanisms through which they access this advice.

Government anticipates that health economic analysis will contribute to evidence-based policy development. Early examples...

Journal article

24 Oct 2007

There is increasing worldwide recognition of the need for government policies to address the recent increases in the incidence and prevalence of childhood obesity. The complexity and inter-relatedness of the determinants of obesity pose a genuine policy challenge, both scientifically and politically. This study examines...

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