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Australian Government response to the recommendations of the Senate Community Affairs References Committee report: The social and economic impact of rural wind farms
There are extra physical, psychological and social risks involved for those with a mental illness who want to quit smoking. Find out how you, as a health professional, can help them succeed.
This fact sheet lists ways that you can support someone with a mental illness to quit smoking.
This guide is for health professionals working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who want to quit smoking. It has information on medicines that can help quit smoking, including nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
This market research report focuses on messages printed on the side of tobacco products.
This market research report helped determine which plain packaging options for tobacco products would be the most effective.
This market research report looked at the effectiveness of plain packaging designs for non-cigarette tobacco products.
This report is about research done on graphic health warnings on tobacco products other than cigarettes.
This market research report focuses on messages printed on the front and back of tobacco products.
This market research report focuses on which tobacco product health warnings needed updating to be more effective.
The plan provides an agreed framework and mechanisms for the effective national coordination, response and recovery arrangements for mass casualty incidents of national consequence that result from trauma.
These arrangements describe how we respond to national health emergencies. It covers how the various Australian health sector authorities work together to respond to these situations. They are part of the Australian Government’s National Security Framework.
A handbook to assist aged care providers in making decisions about the prevention and control of gastroenteritis (gastro). It forms part of the Gastro-Info – Gastroenteritis Kit for Aged Care.
A set of handouts and posters for aged care providers to prevent and manage gastroenteritis (gastro).
This is the print-ready version of the AUSDRISK tool, which you can use to estimate your risk of getting type 2 diabetes in the next 5 years.