The Australasian Epidemiological Association
and supporting the Australasian
Our Annual Scientific Meeting
Chapters and Special Interest Groups
What is an Epidemiologist?
An investigator who studies the occurrence of disease or other health-related conditions or events in defined populations. The control of disease in populations is often also considered to be a task for the epidemiologist.
Becoming an Epidemiologist?
There are many and varied pathways to becoming an epidemiologist. They usually involve a degree in a related field such as medicine, health science, science with majors in mathematics/statistics, psychology, or sociology or a range of biomedical sciences...
The AEA encourages and supports establishing local chapters and special interest groups to undertake ongoing education and training courses. These local chapters or SIGs organise social events, talks and conferences and have been established in several geographical areas (i.e. ACT, Moana Pasifika, NSW, NT, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia) and on specific topics (i.e. cancer, cardiovascular disease, environment, epidemiology in government, paediatric and perinatal epidemiology, clinical epidemiology and research synthesis methods, teaching methods or survey methods).
To be a member of one or more SIG please log in and indicate the appropriate group in your profile, and the convenor(s) will be notified.
The Editorial team for IJE is now located in Sydney. For updates on what is being published go to https://academic.oup.com/ije/advance-articles
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Latest AEA News
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Seminars in Epidemiology
Epi and Climate Change Symposium
PPESIG webinar - What is consumer engagement in healthcare and research?
Sander Greenland Presentation
- Register or renew your full membership with the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA). AEA is the professional organisation dedicated to excellence in epidemiological research, education, training and advocacy in the Australasian region.
3 YEAL FULL MEMBERSHIP
- Register or renew to save with a three year full membership with the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA).
The Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA) is the professional organisation dedicated to excellence in epidemiological research, education, training and advocacy in the Australasian region. Our membership fees cover the costs of the bulletin and other membership benefits. The full AEA membership fee is AUD$110 per year (now a new option of 3 years at $315), with a reduced rate of AUD$60 for students and those from the Oceania Region (incl Fiji, PNG, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands - not including NZ), and those with special circumstances (retired, low income/hardship). In addition, we provide a 'special circumstances' category of membership at a reduced fee for members experiencing financial hardship. Become a member
- Register or renew your student membership with the AEA. Workshops at ASM and eligible for awards.
- Register or renew as members in Pacific Island Countries (PIC) (not including NZ) or with special circumstances (retired, low income/hardship).