She works in the Public Health Interventions Research Group, and her work focuses on the epidemiology and control of neglected tropical diseases, with a particular emphasis on soil-transmitted helminths. Prior to commencing at the Kirby Institute, Naomi undertook a PhD at the Research School of Population Health at Australian National University, investigating optimal control strategies for soil-transmitted helminth infections. Naomi also has a clinical background and worked as a paediatric and neonatal registrar in both Melbourne and Canberra prior to commencing her PhD. I am currently working on a number of field-based research studies that examine the control of neglected tropical diseases, in Vietnam, Timor-Leste and the Solomon Islands.
The workshop was co-chaired by by Mr. Addressing the event, Ms. Without addressing the issues of population dynamics, sexual and reproductive health and rights, gender equality and youth development, there is no way that we can achieve SDGs targets by We must pay close attention to this issue, and immediate interventions will have to be made to prevent Vietnamese mothers from dying for pregnancy-related causes. After nine years following the initial and first study on violence against women, the prevalence of violence decreased only marginally in Viet Nam. Still nearly 2 out of 3 women in Viet Nam experience one or more forms of husband violence in their life time. And violence against women is very much hidden — women rarely talk about it or seek any help.
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Class 1 and Class 2 offences are sexual offences involving children (except for the one offence of bestiality in Class 2). They result in the mandatory registration of adult offenders and the registration of child offenders where the court makes a sex offender registration order. Class 3 and Class 4 offences are sexual offences committed by a serious sexual offender against someone other than a child. A serious sexual offender, for the purposes of the Sex Offenders Registration Act, is someone who has been sentenced for two or more of the offences listed in the schedules. An offence that is not listed in a schedule may still result in registration under a sex offender registration order if the sentencing court is satisfied, beyond reasonable doubt, that the offender poses a risk to the sexual safety of others or the community.