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Improving food environments and tackling obesity: A realist systematic review of the policy success of regulatory interventions targeting population nutrition

Conceptualization: Jana Sisnowski, Jackie M. Street, Tracy Merlin. Data curation: Jana Sisnowski. Formal analysis: Jana Sisnowski, Jackie M. Street. Funding acquisition: Jackie M. Street. Methodology: Jana ... Sisnowski, Tracy Merlin. Project administration: Jackie M. Street. Resources: Jackie M. Street. Supervision: Jackie M. Street, Tracy Merlin. Validation: Jackie M. Street, Tracy Merlin. Writing ± original

Understanding the school community’s response to school closures during the H1N1 2009 influenza pandemic

Background During the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic, Australian public health officials closed schools as a strategy to mitigate the spread of the infection. This article examines school communities’ understanding of, and participation in, school closures and the beliefs and values which underpinned school responses to the closures. Methods We interviewed four school principals, 25 ...

Disinvestment policy and the public funding of assisted reproductive technologies: outcomes of deliberative engagements with three key stakeholder groups

Background Measures to improve the quality and sustainability of healthcare practice and provision have become a policy concern. In addition, the involvement of stakeholders in health policy decision-making has been advocated, as complex questions arise around the structure of funding arrangements in a context of limited resources. Using a case study of assisted reproductive ...

The ASTUTE Health study protocol: Deliberative stakeholder engagements to inform implementation approaches to healthcare disinvestment

Investigators Janet E. Hiller, Adam G. Elshaug, Annette J. Braunack-Mayer, John R. Moss, Heather A. Buchan and Janet Wale; Associate Investigators Jonathan D. Karnon, Jackie M. Street, Tracy L. Merlin, Robert

Including the public in pandemic planning: a deliberative approach

Background Against a background of pandemic threat posed by SARS and avian H5N1 influenza, this study used deliberative forums to elucidate informed community perspectives on aspects of pandemic planning. Methods Two deliberative forums were carried out with members of the South Australian community. The forums were supported by a qualitative study with adults and youths, ...