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Capacity building and social marketing promotes healthy lifestyle behaviour in an Australian Aboriginal community.

We explored the effectiveness of a project targeting an Australian Aboriginal community.

Zika prevention: lessons from the Australian front line.

Australian researchers oppose funding from the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World.

Regional and Facility Differences in Interventions for Mastitis by Australian Physiotherapists.

Little information has been documented regarding interventions for mastitis by Australian physiotherapists. It is currently not known if physiotherapy interventions vary across Australian regions and types of healthcare facilities.

Dietary Supplement Use in Australian Army Personnel.

Military personnel are reported to use more dietary supplements (DS) than the general population. However, a comprehensive investigation of DS use in Australian Army personnel has not been conducted. This study investigated the prevalence and types of DS used by Australian Army personnel and examined the underpinning reasons and demographic factors influencing this use.

E-cigarette product preferences among Australian young adult e-cigarette users.

To assess preferences for e-cigarettes containing nicotine and flavourings among Australian young adult e-cigarette users.

Knowledge and awareness of HIV self-testing among Australian gay and bisexual men: a comparison of never, sub-optimal and optimal testers willingness to use.

This paper explores the willingness to use and pay for HIV Self-testing (HIVST) among Australian gay and bisexual men (GBM). Bivariate and univariate multinominal logistic regression of data from an online survey was performed. Thirty-one (13%) had never HIV tested and 41.9% (88) were testing sub-optimally by Australian guidelines. Half (58.4%, 136) had never heard of HIVST, however, 56.2% (131) reported willingness to use HIVST, with sub-optimal (OR=2.13; p 

Predicting 7-year mortality for use with evidence-based guidelines for Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) testing: findings from a large prospective study of 123 697 Australian men.

To develop and validate a prediction model for short-term mortality in Australian men aged ≥45years, using age and self-reported health variables, for use when implementing the Australian Clinical Practice Guidelines for Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Testing and Early Management of Test-Detected Prostate Cancer. Implementation of one of the Guideline recommendations requires an estimate of 7-year mortality.

Tofacitinib, an Oral Janus Kinase Inhibitor: Pooled Efficacy and Safety Analyses in an Australian Rheumatoid Arthritis Population.

In Australia, there is an unmet need for improved treatments for rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Tofacitinib is an oral Janus kinase inhibitor for the treatment of RA. To provide an overview of key study outcomes for tofacitinib in Australian patients, we analyzed the efficacy and safety of tofacitinib in the Australian subpopulation of global RA phase III and long-term extension (LTE) studies.

How much free sugar do Australians consume? Findings from a national survey.

To identify the characteristics of Australian adults exceeding the World Health Organization's free sugar (FS) intake recommendations of

Australian midwives' intentions to leave the profession and the reasons why.

There is growing body of evidence that suggests many midwives are unhappy and as a result are making decisions to leave the profession.

A case for not adjusting birth weight customized standards for ethnicity: Observations from a unique Australian cohort.

Low birth weight is more common in infants of Indigenous (Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander) than of Caucasian Australian mothers. Controversy exists on whether fetal growth is normally different in different populations.

Reducing stress and burnout in the public-sector work environment: a mindfulness meditation pilot study.

Identifying ways to manage the psychological and emotional costs of workplace stress is essential. Mindfulness meditation is reported to support mental wellbeing, however findings are limited in Australian business settings. Accordingly, this study explored the efficacy of a mindfulness meditation program tailored for an Australian public sector workplace.

Promoting physical activity in rural Australian adults using an online intervention.

Rural Australian adults are consistently identified as insufficiently active, likely due to challenges implementing community-based physical activity programs in rural settings. On-line strategies to promote physical activity may be particularly effective in rural settings where isolation and scarcity of qualified support are potential barriers. The Rural Environments and Community Health (REACH) study evaluated the effectiveness of an online-delivered walking intervention among South Australian rural adult...

Evaluating awareness of Cultural Safety in the Australian midwifery workforce: A snapshot.

There are no validated tools to measure midwives' awareness of Cultural Safety.

Improving health information to address low health literacy for patients with multimorbidity.

A letter to the editor in response to the recently published article by Hill and Sofra (AHR, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 134-9) on improving health information.

BVDV in Australian alpacas: natural infection and clinical profiles following co-mingling with a persistently infected heifer.

Although predominantly a disease of cattle, bovine viral diarrhoea virus (BVDV) is known to infect other ruminant and camelid species such as sheep and alpacas. The aims of this study were to determine if BVDV-naive alpacas would become acutely infected and seroconvert to the predominant Australian strain of BVDV following co-mingling with a BVDV-1c persistently infected (PI) heifer and to determine what, if any, clinical signs, haematological responses and selected biochemical changes occur with acute BVDV...

A patient-centred care and engagement program in intensive care reduces adverse events and improves patient and care partner satisfaction.

Australian students' perspective on interventional radiology education: A prospective cross-institutional study.

As interventional radiology (IR) adopts an increasingly pivotal role within therapeutic medicine, it is essential that medical students gain exposure to IR so as future doctors, they can fulfil the growing demand for interventional radiologists (IRs) and make appropriate referrals to IRs. Nonetheless, several international studies have reported no or little representation of IR in medical schools. Our study aims to assess the current awareness, exposure, knowledge and attitudes about IR among Australian med...

Incidence and severity of head injury hospitalisations in Australian children over a ten-year period.

Child head injuries can cause life-long disability and are a major cause of mortality globally. The incidence and impact of child head injuries in Australia is unknown. This study aims to quantify the incidence, characteristics and treatment cost, and to identify factors associated with the severity of hospitalisations of head injuries in Australian children.

Exploring the use of resources to support gender equality in Australian workplaces.

Numerous resources exist to support workplaces to undertake gender equality work, however, it is often unclear which existing resources are being utilised by Australian workplaces. One group that can provide insight into the use of existing resources is the professionals who have undertaken gender equality work in their organisation.

A survey of patients' perceptions about, and their experiences of, root canal treatment.

Root canal treatment (RCT) is widely perceived to be a painful procedure. There is a lack of data regarding patients' perceptions of RCT within the Australian population. The aims of this pilot study were to investigate the perception of adult Australian patients within the Perth Metropolitan area and to identify how this changes following treatment. Effects of demographic factors on anxiety and pain experience were also explored. Sixty-nine patients were surveyed, of which 28 (41%) completed both pre- and ...

Australian musculoskeletal physiotherapist's perceptions, attitudes and opinions towards pre-manipulative screening of the cervical spine prior to manual therapy: Report from the focus groups.

The Australian Physiotherapy Association 2006 VBI Guidelines are used by many of the member organisations of IFOMPT. These Guidelines are due for revision incorporating recent research findings, international guides, and member's recommendations.

Analysis of social media use among Australian and New Zealand otolaryngologists.

Social media's rapid worldwide growth has permeated surgical practice. To date, no study has evaluated social media use amongst Australian and New Zealand otolaryngologists.

Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Health Literacy in Dentistry scale (HeLD) in the Australian population.

To determine the psychometric properties of both the long- and short-form versions of the Health Literacy in Dentistry (HeLD) instrument in a large sample of the Australian adult population.

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