Public health evaluation
Patient expectations: searching websites on how to apply to access medical records
Health in the climate emergency: a global perspective
Understanding for whom, how and why Sydney Local Health District’s integrated response was effective in addressing COVID-19: a critical realist qualitative study
Australia has been comparatively effective in preventing the transmission of COVID-19. The Sydney Local Health District [SLHD] used a “whole of health” integrated approach to respond to the pandemic. The aim of this study was to understand for whom, how and why this response worked...
Capability for practice: rethinking nursing education to promote self-care and resilience
Recent prompts to consider a rethink of resilience in nursing practice and education serve as a timely cue to reflect more broadly on the nursing curricula developed for pre-registration nursing education. Specifically, in light of an increasingly challenging health care landscape, there is an opportunity...
Improving mask use to reduce COVID-19 transmission
Public Health Unit notifications of hepatitis C and their follow-up in South Western Sydney, Australia
Associations of the initial COVID-19 lockdown on self-reported happiness and worry about developing loneliness: a cross-sectional analysis of rural, regional, and urban Australian communities
Australia adopted hard lockdown measures to eliminate community transmission of COVID-19. Lockdown imposes periods of social isolation that contributes to increased levels of stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, and worry. We examined whether lockdowns have similar psychosocial associations across rural and urban areas and whether associations...