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The ACPPHR focuses on applied population, individual and health system research to improve the public health and wellbeing of Australia's populations particularly its communities who are most in need.
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Liz Sullivan

Professor Liz Sullivan

We know that many of today’s local and global public health challenges still arise from existing health inequities affecting society’s most vulnerable populations.
Research study
Pregnant woman having blood pressure checked

Diabetes in pregnancy

Reem Zeki investigates maternal and infant outcomes for women with diabetes during pregnancy who gave birth in NSW by onset of labour and method of birth.
Associate Professor Dawson presents findings of ARC funded study on the use of focus groups at AIATSIS National Indigenous Research Conference
UTS has achieved its best results in a decade in the annual National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants, securing over $2.8 million in competitive funding.
Indigenous women journeying though pregnancy with the added complication of rheumatic heart disease have the best outcomes with collaborative and culturally appropriate care.
While very few women experience a massive haemorrhage after giving birth, it's a serious and life threatening occurrence that requires rapid response and blood transfusion.
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