APPRISE researchers launch into 2019 with high-impact publications

March 12, 2019

APPRISE researchers and collaborators have launched into the new year with publications covering a range of topics important to improving Australia’s response to future infectious diseases emergencies.

Topics covered included global health security, assessing pandemic severity, the impact of influenza and the management of viral spread from animals to humans (One Health).

The research papers appeared in high-impact journals PLoS ONE, BMJ Global Health, The Lancet Global Health and the Medical Journal of Australia.

A book on an innovative method using video recording of behaviour in healthcare organisations to support training for professionals includes as co-authors: APPRISE early-career researcher Dr Mary Wyer and APPRISE collaborator Dr Su-Yin Hor.

Research papers


  • Rick Iedema, Katherine Carroll, Aileen Collier, Su-Yin Hor, Jessica Mesman, Mary Wyer (2019). Video-reflexive ethnography in health research and healthcare improvement. Boca Raton: CRC Press. DOI: 10.1201/9781351248013

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