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The real brain drain - why putting children first is so important for Australia, Professor Fiona Stanley AC

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The real brain drain - why putting children first is so important for Australia
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The real brain drain - why putting children first is so important for Australia
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Professor Fiona Stanley AC
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Edited version of a speech delivered at the National Press Club, Canberra on 6 August 2003 in which Professor Stanley outlines her career; her interest in prevention over treatment; the 'real brain drain' is the increase in proportions of young people falling out of the 'competent workforce' due to various factors - poor health, drug and/or alcohol use, youth suicide; why problems of children and youth have not improved; what do we know about the causes and possible prevention of these problems; what should Australia do?; need to focus on a population prevent approach; mentions Indigenous health
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Stanley, Fiona J
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Telethon Institute for Child Health Research
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