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2014Decreased Management of Genital Warts in Young Women in Australian General Practice Post Introduction of National HPV Vaccination Program: Results from a Nationally Representative Cross-Sectional General Practice StudyBritt, Helena; Harrison, Christopher; Conway, Lynne; Fairley, Christopher K.; Garland, Suzanne; Pirotta, Marie; Stein, Alicia; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthDecreased Management of Genital Warts in Young Women in Australian General Practice Post Introduction of National HPV Vaccination Program: Results from a Nationally Representative Cross-Sectional General Practice Study, PLoS One, vol.9, 9, 2014,pp e105967-N/A
2010Genital warts incidence and healthcare resource utilisation in AustraliaBritt, Helena; Harrison, Christopher; Conway, E. Lynne; Garland, Suzanne M.; Pirotta, Marie; Stein, Alicia; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthGenital warts incidence and healthcare resource utilisation in Australia, Sexually Transmitted Infections, vol.86, 3,pp 181-186
2009Herpes zoster burden of illness and health care resource utilisation in the Australian population aged 50 years and olderBritt, Helena; Cunningham, Anthony (Tony); Harrison, Christopher; Conway, E. Lynne; MacIntyre, C; Stein, Alicia; School of Public Health: Public Health; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; School of Public Health: Public HealthHerpes zoster burden of illness and health care resource utilisation in the Australian population aged 50 years and older, Vaccine, vol.27, N/A,pp 520-529
2015Increasing trends of herpes zoster in AustraliaBritt, Helena; Cunningham, Anthony (Tony); Harrison, Christopher; MacIntyre, C Raina; Mahimbo, Abela; Stein, Alicia; School of Public Health: Public Health; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; School of Public Health: Public HealthIncreasing trends of herpes zoster in Australia, PloS One, vol.10, 4, 2015,pp 1-17