The School of Population Health works with a range of stakeholders.
The School of Population Health is committed to integrating the community voice into decisions about research priorities, policy and practice.The Participation Program was established by School of Population Health in 1998 to provide community transparency and accountability for data linkage research projects.
The School of Population and Global Health is calling for Expressions Of Interest from Agencies interested in hosting a Bachelor of Science student on Population Health Practicum or a Masters of Public Health student on Public Health Practicum.
The School of Population Health is proud to have hosted the State Government Western Australian Department of Health's investment in the Chair in Public Health during the first 20 years since the position was established in 1994.
In Anonymity and Research, D'Arcy Holman explains and critically examines health data and biospecimin law in Australia relevant to health research, including the development of data linkage systems, biobanks and other initiatives in integrated health information.