Queensland Epidemiology Group

 

The Queensland epidemiology group (AEA Qld) is the AEA Chapter for Queensland. Each year the AEA Qld Committee organises a number of local meetings for Queensland-based AEA members, epidemiologists, public health professionals and students. Past meetings have included seminars, discussion forums, expert panels and a hypothetical. AEA Qlds role is to provide opportunities for networking and meeting other members as well as encourage professional development and information sharing.

All Queensland-based AEA members are automatically added to our e-mail list for notification of local events and activities. Anyone can join and/or participate in AEA Qld events (you don’t have to be an AEA member). Anyone interested in participating in AEA Qld activities or wanting to be added to our e-mail list is encouraged to contact AEA Qld at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

You can also get in touch with AEA Qld through our Facebook page (just hit the ‘like’ button). AEA Qlds Facebook page shares information on AEA Qld events as well as other local health related events of interest.


Co-coordinators: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Metro South Public Health Unit, Queensland Health) & Douglas Lincoln (Preventive Health, Queensland Health)

Measuring disease and injury burden in populations - QEG Presentation by Alan Lopez

The Queensland Chapter for the Australasian Epidemiological Association (also known as QEG) and Department of Health Queensland (Preventive Health Branch), jointly hosted a presentation by Professor Alan Lopez on the inside story of the global burden of disease studies, some of his personal insights, and the challenges of turning data metrics into policy and improved health outcomes for our global community. The presentation was held in Brisbane on 10 March 2017 and was attended by about 200 health professionals academics and interested people.

The presentation is available without the introduction and with the introduction.

QEG Events