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Objectives: To explore the interaction of computed tomography (CT) use, dose and radiation risk of Australian Medicare‐funded CT scanning and the impact on cancer incidence and mortality. Methods: This retrospective cohort study used records of Medicare subsidised CT scans in Australia (2006/07...
Objective: This article describes the pilot testing of a community survey to ascertain the experiences and needs of people who were bereaved 6–24 months before the survey. The pilot study aimed to assess the feasibility and acceptability of the survey and test the theoretical public health model...
Objective: To investigate dental therapists’ perceptions of the problem of child maltreatment and their roles in child protection, their experience/recollections of past training, and how frequently they suspect (and report) abuse or neglect. Methods: Ethical approval was obtained and a postal...
Background: Phenacetin is an analgesic that causes renal diseases and cancers of the upper‐urinary tract (UUT). It was banned in most countries from the late 1960s. This study aimed to evaluate, for the first time, the long‐term population impact of the phenacetin ban on UUT cancer rates....
Objective: Examining the association between socioeconomic disadvantage and heat‐related emergency department (ED) visits during heatwave periods in Brisbane, 2000–2008. Methods: Data from 10 public EDs were analysed using a generalised additive model for disease categories, age groups and...
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