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EVIDENCE EXHIBIT XLIII: HIGHER EDUCATION FRAUDSTER ALAN CRAWFORD BESTOWS HONORARY FELLOW FAKE SURGEON TITLE UPON MEDICALLY UNQUALIFIED CHARLATAN----Pg 43 Public Health QUT Annual Report 2003

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EDUCATION FRAUDSTER "ALAN CRAWFORD" SELF-SERVINGLY PUBLISHES HIS FAKE VERSION OF AUSTRALIAN PSEUDO-PODIATRY HISTORY IN THE FAKE "AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PODIATRIC MEDICINE"
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   school of public health annual report 2003  ANNUAL REPORT 2 0 0 3 1 CONTENTS STRATEGIC PLAN 2002–2004 ........................................................................................................................3YEAR IN REVIEW ..............................................................................................................................................4STAFF ..............................................................................................................................................................5School of Public Health and Centres ......................................................................................................5Appointments ..........................................................................................................................................8Professional Development ....................................................................................................................13TEACHING AND LEARNING ..........................................................................................................................14Undergraduate Courses .......................................................................................................................14Honours .................................................................................................................................................15Postgraduate Courses ..........................................................................................................................15Graduate Diplomas and Certificates ....................................................................................................16Master of Public Health .........................................................................................................................162003 Enrolment Statistics ......................................................................................................................182003 Student Prizes ...............................................................................................................................19COMMUNITY SERVICES ACTIVITIES ..............................................................................................................21RESEARCH ....................................................................................................................................................22Doctor of Philosophy .............................................................................................................................22Doctor of Health Science .......................................................................................................................27Master of Applied Science ....................................................................................................................282003 Funded Projects ............................................................................................................................29PUBLICATIONS ..............................................................................................................................................32INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS ........................................................................................................................36Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH) .........................................................36Ninth International Health Summer School ..........................................................................................36Visiting Researchers ..............................................................................................................................37CENTRES AND CLINICS .................................................................................................................................39Centre for Health Research (CHR) .........................................................................................................39Centre for Healthcare Related Infection Surveillance and Prevention (CHRISP) .................................39National Centre for Classification in Health (NCCH) ............................................................................40Queensland Centre for Public Health (QCPH) ......................................................................................42Podiatry Clinic ........................................................................................................................................43  ANNUAL REPORT 2 0 0 3 3 STRATEGIC PLAN 2002–2004 VISION STATEMENT To explore new horizons to protect and promote the community’s health through academic endeavour. MISSION STATEMENT To be recognised as an international centre of excellence in public health for academic learning, research and scholarship, and professional leadership. VALUES AND ORGANISATIONAL PRINCIPLES  Leading debate, learning and critical thinking Valuing professional and personal diversity Promoting social justice and social responsibility Promoting the effective use of current technology resources Supporting local, national and international perspectives Identifying and responding to emerging public health issues Encouraging partnerships and team work  Providing opportunities for professional and personal development Encouraging and fostering creativity, initiative and innovation Behaving in an appropriate professional and ethical manner STRATEGIC GOALS Teaching and Learning To provide a range of contemporary educational opportunities to facilitate the development of professional competence and a commitment to lifelong learning. Research and Scholarship To enhance population health through the advancement of knowledge and the practice of excellence in public health research and scholarship. Service to the Community  To provide leadership in public health consultancy, advocacy, expertise and education in partnership with the local, national and international community. Organisation and Management  To provide a supporting and enabling organisational environment which advances the goals of the School, and fosters and recognises the unique contributions of individuals.   SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 4 YEAR IN REVIEW The School of Public Health at QUT continued to consolidate much of its diverse activities during 2003. We further developed and refined our undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs, while our corporate activities have grown stronger, in particular, programs conducted in partnership with the Queensland Ambulance Service and Queensland Health. Overall, the number of students enrolled across our coursework programs has remained stable. The School’s research performance has continued to improve, as measured by the number of publications, graduating research students and research income. This growth will continue as many of the School’s researchers become more involved in QUT’s new cross-faculty Health Research Institute, the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation.A number of long-term School staff departed during 2003. Associate Professor Sandra Capra accepted the Chair in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Newcastle. Dr Capra provided many years of dedicated service to the School of Public Health, and the University generally, together with her commitment to the national dietetics professional body. George Rivers retired after many years of service to the podiatry clinic, while Dr Melissa Stoneham departed for Western Australia after contributing to the School’s Environmental Health programs. Dr Stoneham completed her Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2003. New appointments included Gary Day and Thomas Tenkate, both of whom accepted ongoing positions. Geoff Hitchings (Health, Safety and Environment) and Grant Warren (China Projects) were appointed to contract positions. Joanne Jayne took up a position to replace the teaching responsibilities of Melinda Service, who became the inaugural Manager of Corporate Programs (2003–04). Elizabeth Isenring was appointed to a lectureship initially between 2003 and 2004, jointly funded by the School and the Wesley Hospital. A number of other fractional contract academic staff also assisted with maintaining and developing courses during 2003.Senior research appointments comprised doctors Michael Hardie, Monika Janda and Kristy Sanderson. The directorate for the Queensland Centre for Public Health (a consortium of metropolitan universities) returned to QUT for 2003–05 with Kathleen Lilley as manager. Genny Carter and Sam Rittson (job share) jointed the CHR-SPH administration staff, while Alison Butler very ably filled the role of Academic Affairs Officer for the 12-month absence of the substantive incumbent. I announced my intention not to continue as Head of School from the beginning of 2004. Looking back over the past 10 years has caused me to pause and reflect on how much QUT’s School of Public Health has grown and developed during this time. The national and international profile of the School has developed significantly in recent years, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, where the School has developed a range of excellent activities and programs in countries like Vietnam and China. There have been significant changes and improvements to all of the School’s award courses and programs in recent years; these include consolidation of the five pre-existing undergraduate degrees into one undergraduate Bachelor of Health Science Program. There also have been substantial changes to the suite of postgraduate coursework programs. The School has developed an increasingly sophisticated and sustainable research culture, built on the recruitment of an excellent cohort of public health post-doctoral and research fellows in a range of specialist areas. Of course, all of these achievements have only been possible because of the dedication, enthusiasm and hard work of all academic, professional and research staff in the School. Professor Brian OldenburgHead of School, School of Public Health
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