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EHA : Yearkbook 2009
17 Environmental Health Australia Environmental Health Journal Report Environmental Health has again successfully published four issues during the year. Submissions of manuscripts to the Journal have been consistent, with continuing contributions from international authors from countries including India, The Congo, and Indonesia. A wide range of environmental health topics were covered in each issue with a high proportion of papers on environmental pollution, education and training and sustainability. Investigations have been undertaken to determine the most cost effective way of producing the Journal as a truly on-line journal and this process is continuing. A searchable complete electronic copy of all journal issues and papers was developed and forwarded to all EHA members and subscribers this year. Once again it must be acknowledged that the publication of Environmental Health would not be possible without the support provided by our peer reviewers. Their assistance and recommendations have been greatly appreciated. A very special thank you to Heather Gardner (Editor) and to Thomas Tenkate (Book Editor) who have been extremely supportive in ensuring the quality of the Journal. Dr Jim Smith LFEHA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH JOURNAL Corporate Reports Environmental Health studies with CQUniversity Australia reflect the current and emerging needs within industry. CQUniversity remain in consultation with industry to ensure our graduates possess the knowledge, attributes and skills that are necessary for today's Environmental Health professional. The Bachelor of Environmental Health allows our graduates to develop comprehensive environmental health knowledge across a variety of different discipline areas, with particular emphasis on; ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON HUMAN HEALTH COMMUNICABLE DISEASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOOD-BORNE DISEASE PREVENTION TECHNIQUES INDOOR AIR QUALITY | PUBLIC HYGIENE | DISASTER MANAGEMENT CQUniversity's Bachelor of Environmental Health program is one of the only degrees of its kind in Australia to offer the choice of distance education. ENHANCE YOUR CAREER BE WHAT YOU WANT TO BE www.cquni.edu.au 13CQUni 13 27 86 CO12425 CRICOS Provider Codes: QLD 00219C, NSW 01315F, VIC 01624D EHA YEARBOOK 2009
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