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HIV associated cytomegalovirus retinitis in Melbourne, Australia

C L Cherry
2000 Sexually Transmitted Infections  
In-house data 19805.EDITOR,-We report the results of a 12 year review of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) associated cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis in Melbourne, Australia.  ...  London: BMJ Books, 1999. ISBN 0-7279-1373-5.  ... 
doi:10.1136/sti.76.3.221-a pmid:10961210 pmcid:PMC1744162 fatcat:jlkzant2tjc5bg5oxdyiwv4rpu

3rd Australian Lung Cancer Conference (ALCC), Melbourne, Australia, 6–9 October 2010

2011 Journal of Thoracic Oncology  
Centre, Malvern, Victoria/AUSTRALIA; 5 Melbourne Health, Parkville, Victoria/AUSTRALIA; 6 Austin Health, Melbourne, Victoria/ AUSTRALIA Aim: A management survey of lung cancer in Victoria in 2003 was  ...  Sharkie, Quit Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria/AUSTRALIA The past ten years in Australia have seen significant declines in smoking rates across adult males and females, as well as youth.  ...  Results: Out of 40 suspected cases, 32 (80%) were diagnosed as lung cancer. Amongst these 32 cases, 18 (56.25%) were male and remaining 14 (43.75) were female.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.jto.0000394634.73009.dc fatcat:xathd5fjczashdw6fp7m5n44je

Geo-spatial analysis of individual-level needle and syringe coverage in Melbourne, Australia

Daniel O'Keefe, Anna Wilkinson, Campbell Aitken, Paul Dietze, Kimberly A. Page
2018 PLoS ONE  
Our findings suggest that the number and distribution of NSPs in Melbourne, Australia caters adequately for the population of PWID.  ...  Using data from 219 PWID in an ongoing cohort study in Melbourne, Australia, we measured the straight-line distance from participants' residence to their nearest primary or secondary fixed-site NSP.  ...  , Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209280 pmid:30550588 pmcid:PMC6294429 fatcat:pjaquzrtv5cvdh3h7ouzmnz3r4

Leveraging VGI Integrated with 3D Spatial Technology to Support Urban Intensification in Melbourne, Australia

Soheil Sabri, Abbas Rajabifard, Serene Ho, Sam Amirebrahimi, Ian Bishop
2016 Urban Planning  
High density residential development in metropolitan Melbourne, where contradictory imperatives of neighbourhood character and urban intensification play important roles, remains an uncertain practice.  ...  In Australia, urban intensification has become a planning priority, particularly in metropolitan Melbourne which is the country's fastest growing city and projected to be its largest by 2030 (Victoria  ...  We further propose that this integrated approach be implemented in a new generation of geographic analysis tool: Virtual Geographic Environments (VGEs) (Lin et al., 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.17645/up.v1i2.623 fatcat:evqf5ulun5bpfeueqnkhjfes3q

The effects of summer temperature, age and socioeconomic circumstance on Acute Myocardial Infarction admissions in Melbourne, Australia

Margaret E Loughnan, Neville Nicholls, Nigel J Tapper
2010 International Journal of Health Geographics  
However literature describing the effects of heat on morbidity is less plentiful, as is research describing events in the southern hemisphere and Australia in particular.  ...  Conclusions: This study has demonstrated that both age and socioeconomic inequality contribute to AMI admissions to hospital in Melbourne during hot weather.  ...  Climate change models for Australia suggest that southeastern Australia is likely to experience a 0.2-1.4°C increase in temperature by 2050 and heat-waves will become more frequent [32] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/1476-072x-9-41 pmid:20701763 pmcid:PMC2924270 fatcat:5th57rljabbohostgmewychqme

Resuming the 'Skilled Worker' Identity: The Filipinas' Strategies in Labour Market Participation in Melbourne, Australia

Cirila Limpangog
2016 Kritika Kultura  
Through the lens of culture intersecting with gender, race and class, this monograph looks at the reconfiguration of skilled worker identity of 20 Philippines-born women who have immigrated to Australia  ...  To pursue these aims, I interviewed 20 Filipina immigrants between 2006 and 2007 in Melbourne, Australia. I recruited them through personal invites during Filipino associations' meetings.  ...  She was 36 when she gave birth in 1999. In 2001, she re-applied at her former hospital. She was appointed part-time senior medical officer, which suited her.  ... 
doi:10.13185//kk2016.02628 fatcat:uiicbpa7dvaz3hlc5hs2zxw654

"You feel like you're part of something bigger": exploring motivations for community garden participation in Melbourne, Australia

Jonathan Kingsley, Emily Foenander, Aisling Bailey
2019 BMC Public Health  
This study contributes exploratory insights on community garden motivations and sustained involvement across multiple urban sites in Melbourne (Australia).  ...  Methods: This paper presents findings from semi-structured interviews with 23 participants from 6 community gardens across Melbourne.  ...  The following study is the first peer-reviewed article exploring various community garden sites (n = 6) in Melbourne, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-019-7108-3 fatcat:votgukvhvzhtpmemwgy4mkhnui

Abstracts for the 34th HGSA Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne, Australia November 16-18, 2010

2010 Twin Research and Human Genetics  
Australia 2 University of Newcastle, Australia Paediatrics, University of Melbourne, Australia 2 Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia 3 Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia 4  ...  , Melbourne, Australia 2 Monash University, Australia 3 Clinical Andrology, Prince Henry's Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia 4 Andrology Australia, Melbourne, Australia 5 The University  ...  Rogers 3 NSW Newborn Screening Programme, The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Australia 2 Department of Molecular Genetics, The Childrens Hospital at Westmead, Australia 3 The GOLD Service, Hunter Genetics  ... 
doi:10.1375/twin.13.6.620 fatcat:waz3wo2snrgdjigvmen5y2qtaq

Heads in the sand: public health and ecological risks of lead-based bullets for wildlife shooting in Australia

Jordan O. Hampton, Mark Laidlaw, Eric Buenz, Jon M. Arnemo
2018 Wildlife research (East Melbourne)  
Professional pest management Professional shooting is widely used as a pest-management tool for reducing the abundance of several feral or hyperabundant wildlife species in Australia.  ...  ; Kurosawa 2000; Krone et al. 2006; Helander et al. 2009; Ishii et al. 2017 Canada, USA Bald eagle (H. leucocephalus) Liver Pb concentrations Wayland and Bollinger 1999; Wayland et al. 1999; Bedrosian  ... 
doi:10.1071/wr17180 fatcat:ihextpxaajgprg2mqkbuq4fvzu

Predator-baiting experiments for the conservation of rock-wallabies in Western Australia: a 25-year review with recent advances

J. E. Kinnear, C. J. Krebs, C. Pentland, P. Orell, C. Holme, R. Karvinen
2010 Wildlife research (East Melbourne)  
Predation is widely believed to be the main threatening process for many native vertebrates in Australia.  ...  We continue to support the conclusion that red foxes can reduce or exterminate rock-wallaby populations in Western Australia.  ...  Introduction For more than 60 years, rock-wallaby (RW) populations in many parts of Australia have been in decline; on 2 May 1973, in Western Australia (WA), Petrogale lateralis lateralis (RW) was declared  ... 
doi:10.1071/wr09046 fatcat:7acs6db2t5cmvaguw3r7775qnm

Screening for potential effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in peri-urban creeks and rivers in Melbourne, Australia using mosquitofish and recombinant receptor–reporter gene assays

Kavitha Chinathamby, Mayumi Allinson, Fujio Shiraishi, Andreas L. Lopata, Dayanthi Nugegoda, Vincent Pettigrove, Graeme Allinson
2012 Environmental science and pollution research international  
region, Australia.  ...  Department of Primary Industries, Queenscliff, Australia. 65pp.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11356-012-1188-2 pmid:23010964 fatcat:h77aicjzajb7vek4pjay7npwpa

Improving mental health in pregnancy for refugee women: protocol for the implementation and evaluation of a screening program in Melbourne, Australia. (Preprint)

Jacqueline Anne Boyle, Suzanne Willey, Rebecca Blackmore, Christine East, Jacquie McBride, Kylie Gray, Glenn Melvin, Rebecca Fradkin, Natahl Ball, Nicole Highet, Melanie Gibson-Helm
2019 JMIR Research Protocols  
She had attended two antenatal clinic visits and had not had mental health and/or domestic violence screening tools administered.  ...  Data were entered into the NMMDC via an electronic data collection system (electronic National Maternal Death Reporting tool or e-NMDR).  ...  Maternal deaths in Australia 2012-2014 49 gestational diabetes: A form of diabetes that is first diagnosed during pregnancy (gestation).  ... 
doi:10.2196/13271 pmid:31429411 pmcid:PMC6718087 fatcat:5bpv63ug5fgwvellwfdqnyofae

"My father told me 'Child, there is no son in this house, so you should wear these boy clothes'": perspectives on gender norms, roles, and bacha posh among Afghan migrant women in Melbourne, Australia

Nilab Hamidi, Cathy Vaughan, Meghan A. Bohren
2021 Journal of Migration and Health  
Utilising a social constructivist approach, qualitative data was collected from Afghan migrant women in Melbourne, Australia, using semi-structured in-depth interviews (n=10) and a group discussion (n=  ...  Funding This project was supported by the Gender and Women's Health Unit, Centre for Health Equity, School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne.  ...  Materials and methods This study was conducted in greater Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, where the largest population of Afghan migrants reside [22] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jmh.2021.100064 pmid:34746901 pmcid:PMC8551224 fatcat:3mandcmbjjd4bbaf4ckqp2aazm

Decommissioning Research Needs for Offshore Oil and Gas Infrastructure in Australia

Jess Melbourne-Thomas, Keith R. Hayes, Alistair J. Hobday, L. Richard Little, Joanna Strzelecki, Damian P. Thomson, Ingrid van Putten, Sharon E. Hook
2021 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Accordingly, the outcomes of the decision support tools used in other regions to identify preferred decommissioning options may not be equally applicable in Australia.  ...  Over the next 50 years, the liability for this decommissioning in Australia is expected to exceed US$45 billion.  ...  Edited by: Allyson O’Brien, The University of Melbourne, Australia Reviewed by: Erin L.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2021.711151 fatcat:jlhvz6sehzh6tpu6dvzutndjgu

Infrared Astronomy: In the Heat of the Night The 1999 Ellery Lecture

John W. V. Storey
2000 Publications Astronomical Society of Australia  
This paper, which is a brief summary of the 1999 Ellery Lecture, outlines the importance of the infrared, traces some of the key Australian developments in the field, and looks ahead to the challenges  ...  Ellery was Director of Melbourne Observatory for much of the second half of the 19th century, and one of the outstanding workers in Australian astronomy in that era.  ...  The year 1999 is therefore a particularly appropriate one in which to review the current state of infrared astronomy.  ... 
doi:10.1071/as00039 fatcat:5yqclnt3enbmhkbij4vqw3yvdu
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