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Reproductive coercion research – seeking GPs

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The University of Melbourne, May 2019 Reproductive coercion (RC) is an under recognised form of abuse experienced by Australian women. RC refers to a group of behaviours that intend to control a woman with regards to reproduction. Contraceptive sabotage, pregnancy coercion and controlling the outcome of a pregnancy are all forms of RC and often occur alongside other forms of abuse in a...

Hepatitis B Mapping Project

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ASHM, ongoing The Hepatitis B Mapping Project aims to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of chronic hepatitis B (CHB) in Australia. The data and analysis can be used to inform targeted awareness and intervention campaigns to suit the particular local needs of people living with CHB and those providing services to them. The Project is a joint initiative of ASHM and the Doherty Institute...

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