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Book: Discrete Event Simulation for Health Technology Assessment

Following on from chairing an international modelling good research practices taskforce, Professor Jon Karnon and colleagues have published a textbook to inform the use of discrete event simulation for health technology assessment. “Discrete Event Simulation for Health Technology Assessment” by J. Jaime Caro, Jörgen Möller, Jonathan Karnon, James Stahl and Jack Ishak. Published by Chapman […]

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Incontinence takes mental toll on younger women

New research from the University of Adelaide shows middle-aged women are more likely to suffer depression from a common medical problem that they find too embarrassing to talk about: urinary incontinence. However, help is available for women if they seek medical advice, researchers say. In a study of the experiences of women with urinary incontinence, […]

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Free Public Lecture – Genetics and Epigenetics: Understanding Their Relevance for Population Health

In April, two distinguished international speakers, George Davey Smith and Caroline Relton, will be presenting at the University of Adelaide on Genetics and Epigenetics.  Given the growing implications of these areas for Public Health, this lecture has been included as part of the SPH Research Conversations Program.  Professor John Lynch has said that both these […]

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