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The measurement of physical activity is an important issue in health promotion and Public Health campaigns in Australia. This paper examines six community‐based national surveys since 1980, each estimating the prevalence of physical activity. These surveys show an apparent increase in the number...
The use of telephone based sampling and interview techniques has become more popular in epidemiological research in recent years. Previous studies of these designs have shown good response rates and reliability of information which is comparable to that obtained from the use of mail and personal...
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A telephone survey of 250 women, selected at random from the Melbourne telephone directory, was conducted to ascertain perceptions about female general practitioners (GP) by female patients. The three most important factors in choosing a new GP were recommendation, distance and ease of obtaining...
Age specific rates for Papanicolaou smears by the Victorian Cytology (Gynaecological) Service (VCGS) during 1971 to 1986 are presented. There was a dramatic increase in smear rates for women aged less than 35 years during the period studied.
Surveys were taken of five Aboriginal communities in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland, in co‐operation with community organizations and using locally‐engaged Aboriginal women as interviewers. The surveys reveal a patchwork of family planning methods in use. A...
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