Public health research
Public health decision makers need access to research about efficient methods for surveillance and public health data collection and reporting. APPRISE researchers work with healthcare professionals, communities and governments to enhance public health networks and capacity.
- Adaptation of the First Few Hundred protocol for infectious disease events for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations
- ASEAN-Australia Health Security Fellowship Program
- Influenza sero-surveillance at the animal-human interface: a feasibility study in high-risk groups
- Privileging Aboriginal voices in infectious disease emergencies
- Short PeRiod IncideNce sTudy of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SPRINT-SARI): research preparedness for pandemics
- Specimen collection protocols to accompany FF100 enhanced data collection studies
- Optimal timing of influenza vaccine during pregnancy: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
- Letter to the Editor in response to the article by Borg et al
- Planning for and responding to pandemic influenza emergencies: it’s time to listen to, prioritize and privilege Aboriginal perspectives
- Parechovirus: an important emerging infection in young infants
- Plenary presentation: Pandemics cross borders: How to tackle them from a global perspective
- Stakeholder Consultation Report – Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies: NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence
- Is Australia prepared for the next pandemic?
- Developing research priorities for Australia’s response to infectious disease emergencies