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Commissioned reports

The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health has produced commissioned reports on a range of specific health topics. Please note that some reports listed on this site have not been released to the general public and are not available for download.

Characteristics of Australian women with incontinence according to incontinence severity and treatment-seeking behaviour: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health

Miller Y.

Published: 2004

Characteristics of Australian women with incontinence according to incontinence severity and treatment-seeking behaviour: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health Miller Y. Characteristics of Australian women with incontinence according to incontinence severity and treatment-seeking behaviour: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. Report prepared for Eli Lily, March 2004. This report…

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Comparison of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health cohorts with women of the same age in the 2001 Census

Powers J.

Published: 2004

Comparison of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health cohorts with women of the same age in the 2001 Census Powers J. Comparison of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health cohorts with women of the same age in the 2001 Census. February 2004. The purpose of this report was to use the 2001 Australian…

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Illicit Drug Responses – Young Survey 2: Excluding responses to items on use of analgesics and steroids

Russell A.

Published: 2004

Illicit Drug Responses – Young Survey 2: Excluding responses to items on use of analgesics and steroids Russell A. Illicit Drug Responses – Young Survey 2: Excluding responses to items on use of analgesics and steroids. March 2004. This report compares prevalence of illicit drug use from a national survey of men and women (National…

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Paid work, time use, demographics and health: Analyses from the mid-age cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health

Ford J, Lee C, Svensson A & Warner-Smith P.

Published: 2004

Paid work, time use, demographics and health: Analyses from the mid-age cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health Ford J, Lee C, Svensson A & Warner-Smith P. Paid work, time use, demographics and health: Analyses from the mid-age cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. Report prepared for Australian Government Department…

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Report on selected variables from survey 2 of the younger, mid-aged & older cohorts of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health

Powers J & Howlett M.

Published: 2004

Report on selected variables from survey 2 of the younger, mid-aged & older cohorts of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health Powers J & Howlett M. Report on selected variables from survey 2 of the younger, mid-aged & older cohorts of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. Report prepared for Women’s Health in…

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SES Variables for the ALSWH – Young Cohort Survey 2: Short Descriptive Paper

Smith N & Ford J.

Published: 2004

SES Variables for the ALSWH – Young Cohort Survey 2: Short Descriptive Paper Smith N & Ford J. SES Variables for the ALSWH – Young Cohort Survey 2: Short Descriptive Paper. 2004. This paper summarises the current work and decisions regarding the use different socio-economic measures for young women and recommends the most appropriate variables…

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Stay strong, and never accept it as a way of life." Australian women's experiences of abuse and life after abuse

Parker G, Loxton D, Svensson A, Lee C, Warner-Smith P & Young A.

Published: 2004

Stay strong, and never accept it as a way of life.” Australian women’s experiences of abuse and life after abuse Parker G, Loxton D, Svensson A, Lee C, Warner-Smith P & Young A. “Stay strong, and never accept it as a way of life.” Australian women’s experiences of abuse and life after abuse. Report prepared…

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