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EHA : EHA Yearbook 2010
Environmental Health Journal The Journal Environmental Health reached its 9th volume in 2009 and over these nine years it has gained a reputation for publishing high quality material and for providing practitioners and researchers with an important vehicle through which to share innovations in policy and practice. However, due to the restructure and consolidation processes undertaken during 2009-2010, only two issues of Environmental Health were published in the second half of 2009, with no issues published in 2010. The issues that were published covered a broad range of current and emerging environmental health issues of importance to practitioners and researchers alike, with authors coming from Australia and overseas. As the ongoing expense of publishing a journal such as this is significant, a process for investigating more sustainable publishing approaches is currently underway. In the past, funding from the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing has off-set the publication expenses, but the ongoing publication of the journal cannot rely on external funding of this nature. As such, we are investigating a variety of publication approaches that should make the journal more cost effective to produce while making it more widely available. As such, various on-line options are currently being canvassed. It is intended that the revised version of the journal will be available in 2011, however in the meantime current volumes/issues are available electronically for members through the EHA website. 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. In addition, the contributions of the Advisory Board, Editorial Team (particularly Dr Jim Smith as Editor-in-Chief, and Assoc. Prof. Heather Gardner as Editor) and Editorial Board are very much appreciated and have been invaluable in ensuring the quality of the Journal. Dr Thomas Tenkate FEHA On behalf of the Editorial Team Corporate Reports EHA ANNUAL REPORT 2010 15 Digital Temperature Meters from HANNA Great selection of digital and infrared thermometers for HACCP compliance. • Digital with integral probe • Digital with probe on 1m cable • Infrared • Infrared with additional probe • Water resistant models • Temperature data-loggers • Huge selection of thermometers and temperature probes available Tel: (03) 9769 0666 Fax: (03) 9769 0699 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.hannainst.com.au