Conference presentations

130.  Alkema L, Zhang S, Gemmill A, Chou D, Ma Fat D, Gemmil A, Hogan D, Mathers C, Moller A-B, Say L. Estimating time trends in maternal mortality for all countries: a revised modeling approach. 3rd Asian Population Association Conference 2015, Kuala Lumpur, 27-30 July 2015.

129. Alkema L, Chou D, Ma Fat D, Gemmil A, Hogan D, Mathers C, Moller A-B, Say L, Zhang S. Estimating time trends in maternal mortality for all countries: a revised modeling approach. Population Association of America, 2015 Annual Meeting, San Diego, 30 April- 2 May, 2015.

128.  Mathers CD. Global trends and projections for causes of death: implications for longevity. The future of human longevity: cardiovascular health, longer lives. Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue and Harvard School of Public Health, Zurich, 10-12 November 2013

127.  Hales S, Kovats  RS, Campbell-Lendrum D, Bonjour S, Mathers  C, Astrom C, Beguin A, Haines A, Honda Y, Kjellstrom T, Lemke B, Lloyd S, Rocklov J, Sauerborn R. Global assessment of health impacts of climate change: preliminary findings of a multi-centre project. Planet Under Pressure Conference, International Council for Science, London, 26-29 March 2012.

126.  Hughes BB, Kuhn R, Peterson CM, Rothman DS, Solorzano JR, Mathers CD, Dickson JR. Projections of global health outcomes from 2005 to 2060 with use of the international futures integrated forecasting model. Global Health Metrics and Evaluation Conference 2011. IHME and the Lancet, Seattle, 14-16 March 2011.

125.  Salomon J, Vos T, Hogan D, Gagnon M, Mathers CD, Mokdad AH. New disability weights for the Global Burden of Disease study. Global Health Metrics and Evaluation Conference 2011. IHME and the Lancet, Seattle, 14-16 March 2011.

124.         Mathers CD. Where do neglected zoonotic diseases stand in the context of the reassessment of the Global Burden of Disease? Third International Conference on Neglected Zoonotic Diseases: community based interventions for prevention and control of NZDs. WHO, Geneva, 23-24 November 2010.

123.  Mathers CD. Development in human health and life expectancy in developed and non-developed countries. Our Common Future: interdisciplinary congress for a cross-generational dialogue about issues of our common future. Hannover/Essen, 2-6 November 2010.

122.  Mathers CD. Global health statistics: living longer, living better, reducing inequalities. Measuring a globalized world –  the Geneva contribution. World Statistics Day Conference, Palais de Nations, Geneva, 20 October 2010.

121.  Mathers CD, Bonjour S. Mortality futures 2010: projections of mortality by cause for 2010-2060.  WHO Meeting on Global Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Human Health. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 7-8 July 2010.

120.  Mathers CD, Joseph V, Inoue M, Stevens G. Mortality trends in recent decades and projections of the burden of disease. WHO Conference: Ageing and health – from evidence to policy, WHO Geneva, 2-4 June 2010.

119.  Mathers CD. WHO data and methods for monitoring homicide and interpersonal violence. Expert Workshop on Indicators of Armed Violence, United Nations Development Program, Geneva, 14-15 December 2009.

118.  Mathers CD. Global burden of disease and risk factors. United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Health, Mortality and Development, New York, 10-12 November 2009.

117.  Abegunde DO, Mathers CD, Adam T, Ortegon M, Strong K.. Carga e impacto económico de las enfermedades crónicas en países en vías de desarrollo. XI Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Epidemiología Clínica (LatinCLEN), Bogotá, Colombia, 17-20 June 2009.

116.  Mathers CD, Chatterji S. The disability process and WHO classification systems, past and future.  21th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy and the Disability Process. REVES 2009 – Copenhagen, Denmark, May 27-29 2009.

115.  Martin Brinkhof, Andrew Boulle, Ralf Weigel Eugene Messou, Colin Mathers, Catherine Orrell,Margaret Pascoe, François Dabis and Matthias Egger. Mortality of HIV-infected Patients starting Antiretroviral Therapy: Comparison with the General Population in sub-Saharan Africa 16th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections. Montreal, Feb 8-11, 2009.

114.  Mathers CD. Measuring global disease burden: challenges, perspectives, limitations.  Invited Plenary. World Congress of Epidemiology, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 21-24  September 2008.

113.  Mathers CD. The global burden of cancer and projections to 2030. Swiss Public Health Conference, Geneva, 9-10 September, 2008.

112.  Mathers CD. Measurement of health and the global burden of disease. Ethical Issues in the Measurement of Health and the Global Burden of Disease. Third International Conference, Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health, 24-25 April, 2008.

111.  Abegunde DO, Mathers CD, Adam T, Ortegon M, Strong K. The burden and costs of chronic diseases in low and middle income countries. The Launch of the Lancet Series on Chronic Diseases. The Lancet, Congress Centre London, 4 December, 2007.

110.  Mathers CD. Global Burden of Disease 2005: bias, missing data and trends. Global Burden of Disease First Consultative Meeting, Seattle, 17-19 September, 2007.

109.  Mathers CD. Global Burden of Disease 2005: impairment envelopes. Global Burden of Disease First Consultative Meeting, Seattle, 17-19 September, 2007.

108.  Mathers CD. Measuring the health of populations: the conceptual and analytic approach of the Global Burden of Disease study. Twenty-Third International Symposium on Methodological Issues: Methodological Issues in Measuring Population Health. Statistics Canada, Quebec, 1-3 November, 2006.

107.  Mathers CD. Health priorities at the beginning of the millennium: a new assessment of the global burden of disease, injuries and risk factors. Paper presented to the Tenth Forum of the Global Forum for Health Research: “Combating disease and promoting health”, Cairo,29 October-2 November, 2006

106.  Jamison D, Mathers CD, Murray CJL. Deaths by cause and the global burden of disease. Disease Control Priorities Project  Launch and 2nd Global Meeting of the Inter-Academy Medical Panel, Beijing, China, 2-6 April 2006.

105.  Mathers CD. Health as a multi-dimensional construct and cross-population comparability. Invited Paper. Joint ECE/WHO/Eurostat Meeting on Measurement of Health Status, Budapest, Hungary, 14-16 November 2005.

104. Pfleger B, Mathers CD. WHO activities in the area of musculoskeletal health. Bone and Joint Decade Annual World Network Conference, Ottawa, Canada, 26-28 October 2005.

103.  Pfleger B, Mathers CD. Rheumatic diseases: a “major disease” in Europe in all senses. EULAR Scientific Conference, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium, 21September 2005.

102.  Mathers CD. Burden of disease measures, economic analysis and priority setting. International Epidemiological Association: 17th International Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, August 21-25, 2005.

101.  Mathers CD, Salomon J, Murray CJL. Summarizing the health of populations: a comparison of DALYs and other health gap measures. International Health Economics Association – 5th World Congress: Investing in Health, Barcelona, Spain, July 10-13, 2005.

100.  Pfleger B, Mathers CD. Global Burden of Disease Studies at the Mid-Term of the Bone and Joint Decade. EULAR. 15 June 2005.Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, Vienna, Austria, 8-11 June 2005.

99.    Mathers CD. Present and future burden of disease in developing countries. CIPIH Studies Workshop, WHO Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Public Health (CIPIH),  Geneva, 30-31 May 2005.

98.    Truelsen T, Piechowski-Jozwiak B,  Bonita R, Mathers C, Bogousslavsky J, Boysen G. Stroke in Europe: estimating the current and future stroke burden. 14th European Stroke Conference, Bologna, Italy, 25 – 28 May, 2005.

97.    Khaltaev N, Pfleger B, Woolf AD, Åkesson K, Hazes JM, Symmons D, and the Bone and Joint Monitor Group. Health needs assessment of musculoskeletal conditions: an international bone and joint burden of disease study. Global Arthritis Research Network (GARN): 4th World Congress on Arthritis in Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 20–22 September 2004. Abstract available  in: Arthritis Res Ther 2004, 6(Suppl 3):103.

96.    Mathers CD. Global statistics on Homicide. Invited Plenary Presentation. Seventh Biennial Conference: International Perspectives on Crime, Justice, and Public Order , Bucharest, Romania, 6-10 June 2004.

95.    Mathers CD. Implementation and co-ordination of health surveys in the region: agenda for future work. WHO/UNECE/EUROSTAT Joint Meeting on Measurement of Health Status, Geneva, Switzerland, 24-26 May 2004. Available as Working Paper Number 27 at http://www.unece.org/stats/documents/2004.05.health.htm

94.    Mathers CD. Summary measures of population health. WHO/UNECE/EUROSTAT Joint Meeting on Measurement of Health Status, Geneva, Switzerland, 24-26 May 2004. Available as Working Paper Number 19 at http://www.unece.org/stats/documents/2004.05.health.htm

93.    Mathers CD. Towards a conceptualization of health. WHO/UNECE/EUROSTAT Joint Meeting on Measurement of Health Status, Geneva, Switzerland, 24-26 May 2004. Available as Working Paper Number 5 at http://www.unece.org/stats/documents/2004.05.health.htm

92.    Mathers CD, Murray CJLl, Iburg KM, Salomon JA, Tandon A. Comparable measures of population health for the European Union.  16th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy and the Disability Process. REVES 2004 – Bruges, Belgium, May 17-19 2004.

91.    Mathers CD, Iburg KM, Begg S. Comorbidity adjustments of healthy life expectancy. 16th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy and the Disability Process. REVES 2004 – Bruges, Belgium, May 17-19 2004.

90.    Mathers CD, Salomon JA, Iburg KM, Tandon A, Ustun B, Chatterji S, Murray CJL. Global patterns of healthy life expectancy in the year 2002. 16th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy and the Disability Process. REVES 2004 – Bruges, Belgium, May 17-19 2004.

89.    Mathers CD. WHO Data on Homicide.  Invited Presentation. International Criminal Justice Data Conference, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, 4-6 March 2004.

88.    Mathers CD. Summary measures of population health. Invited Lecture: the Eighth Shizuoka Forum on Health and Longevity. Shizuoka, Japan, November 14-15, 2003. Published in: Biomedical and sociological approaches toward a healthy longevity-society; proceedings of the Eighth Shizuoka Forum on Health and Longevity. Shizuoka: Shizuoka Research Institute, 2004; pp11-19 .

87.    Khaltaev N, Pfleger B, WoolfAD, MathersCD, AkessonK, Hazes JM, Symmons D. Assessing the burden of musculoskeletal conditions: a joint World Health Organization–Bone and Joint Decade project. 3rd World Congress of the Global Arthritis Research Network (GARN): International Arthritis Summit, Miyazaki, Japan, 14–17 September 2003. Abstract available in Arthritis Res Ther 2003, 5(Suppl 3):174.

86.    Sadana R, Pang T, Mathers C, Kennedy A. Private Industry’s Goals for Health Research: Mind the Gap between Resource Flows and Burden of Disease. The Ferrara Health Industry Policy Forum, Ferrara, November 22, 2002.

85.    Mathers C. Financing quality in health care: experiences and practices at international level. Third European Forum for Dentistry as a Liberal Profession: Financing Health Care for European Citizens. Brussels, November 20, 2002.

84.    Mathers CD, Salomon J, Murray CJ, Tandon A, Sadana R, Ustun B. Measuring population health for 191 countries: WHO methods and results. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research Fifth Annual European Congress, Rotterdam, November 3-5, 2002.

83.    Sadana R, Mathers CD, Murray CJL, Salomon JA, Tandon A, Ustun B, Lopez A. Comparable Measures of Population Health with a focus on OECD Countries. OECD Study on Cross-National Differences of Aging-Related Diseases: Concluding Workshop. Paris, 20-21 June 2002.

82.    Mathers C. The Global Burden of Disease: Local, National and International. Keynote presentation. Federation of Canadian Demographers Symposium 2001. Carleton University, Ottawa, 14-15 December 2001.

81.    Mathers C, EzzatiM, Vos T,, Begg S. National and subnational studies. International Burden of Disease Network Regional Meeting for Southeast Europe, Belgrade, 14-16 November, 2001.

80.    Mathers C, Vos T. Estimating the burden of disability. International Burden of Disease Network Regional Meeting for Southeast Europe, Belgrade, 14-16 November, 2001.

79.    Mathers C, Stein C, Lopez A, Vos T, Magnus A. Analysis of mortality. International Burden of Disease Network Regional Meeting for Southeast Europe, Belgrade, 14-16 November, 2001.

78.    Mathers C, Murray CJL, Lopez A. Introducing The Burden Of Disease Methodology. International Burden of Disease Network Regional Meeting for Southeast Europe, Belgrade, 14-16 November, 2001.

77.    Mathers C, Murray C, Tandon A, Salomon J, Sadana R. New Methods for Improving the Cross-Population Comparability of Health Status Data for Summary Measures of Population Health. Invited paper. 2001 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Quality of Life Research, Amsterdam, November 7-10.

76.    Mathers C, Murray C, Lopez A, Tandon A, Sadana R, Salomon J. Cross-population comparability of data on the health status of older persons. Paper presented to the XVIIth World Congress of the International Association of Gerontology, Vancouver, 1-6 July 2001.

75.    Murray C, Tandon A, Mathers C, Sadana R. Cross-population comparability of health status data for summary measures of population health. Paper presented to the 13th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Vancouver, 28-30 June 2001.

74.    Mathers C, Sadana R, Murray C, Lopez A, Ezzati MJ. Global patterns of healthy life expectancy. Paper presented to the 13th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Vancouver, 28-30 June 2001.

73.    Mathers C, Lopez A. The global burden of stroke. Fourth World Stroke Congress. Melbourne 26-29 November 2000.

72.    Mathers C. The World Health Report 2000: Health systems — improving performance. Australia’s Health 2000 Conference. Australian National University, Canberra, 23 June 2000.

71.    Mathers C. Calculating DALES. World Health Organization Seminar on Health Systems Performance Assessment, Harare, Zimbabwe 3-7 April 2000.

70.    Mathers C. Health outcomes — disability-adjusted life expectancy. World Health Organization Seminar on Health Systems Performance Assessment, Harare, Zimbabwe 3-7 April 2000.

69.    Mathers C, Murray C, Salomon J. Summary measures of population health. Paper presented to the 12th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Los Angeles, 20-22 March 2000.

68.    Mathers C. Disability-adjusted life expectancy in Australia. Paper presented to the 12th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Los Angeles, 20-22 March 2000.

67.    Mathers C. Health expectancies: an overview and critical appraisal. Invited paper. Global Conference on Summary Measures of Population Health, World Health Organization, Marrakech, 6-9 December, 1999.

66.    Mathers C. Developing a regression model for Dutch disability weights and EuroQol 5D+ descriptors. Second Meeting of the International Burden of Disease Network, Lorne, Victoria, Australia, 15-17 November 1999.

65.    Mathers C, Vos T. Dealing with co-morbidity in mental health, injuries and in physical conditions in older people. Second Meeting of the International Burden of Disease Network, Lorne, Victoria, Australia, 15-17 November 1999.

64.    Mathers C. Overview of Australian Burden of Disease Studies. Second Meeting of the International Burden of Disease Network, Lorne, Victoria, Australia, 15-17 November 1999.

63.    Stevenson C, Mathers C, Vos T. The disease burden in Australia attributable to tobacco, alcohol and other health risk factors: results of the Australian Burden of Disease study. 31st Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia, Darwin, 26–29 September 1999.

62.    Stevenson C, Mathers C, Vos T. The major causes of disease burden in Australia: results of the Australian Burden of Disease study. 31st Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia, Darwin, 26–29 September 1999.

61.    Mathers CD, Vos T. Australian Burden of Disease Studies: an overview. Australian and New Zealand Health Services Research Conference, Sydney, 8-11 August 1999.

60.    Mathers CD, Vos T. Australian Burden of Disease Studies: an overview. Annual International Health Outcomes Conference Health outcomes: integrating the elements. Canberra, 21-22 July 1999. In: Sansoni J, Tilley L (ed.). Conference Proceedings. Australian Health Outcomes Collaboration, Centre for Health Services Development, University of Wollongong, 1999.

59.    Mathers CD. Alternative methods to measure burden of disease. Paper presented to the Third Forum of the Global Forum for Health Research: “Attacking the 10/90 Disequilibrium in Health Research”, Geneva, 8-10 June 1999.

58.    Mathers CD. Burden of disease analysis—classification and valuation of health.Australian work on health and related classifications: a conference on ICIDH issues. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra, 3 May 1999

57.    Mathers CD. Preliminary results from the Australian burden of disease study and comparison with health expectancies. Paper presented to the 11th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), London, 15-17 April 1999.

56.    Mathers CD, Vos T. Australian burden of disease studies: overview and preliminary results. First Meeting of the International Burden of Disease Network, Stowe, Vermont  USA, 6-8 December 1998.

55.    Mathers CD. International trends in health expectancies: do they provide evidence for expansion or compression of morbidity? Invited Paper: Compression of Morbidity Workshop, Community Care Branch, Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services, Canberra 29 July 1998

54.    Mathers CD. Costs and burden of diseases and injury in Australia. Australia’s Health 1998 Conference. National Convention Centre, Canberra, 25 June 1998.

53.    Mathers CD. Monitoring trends in population health differentials: issues in conceptualisation and indicator development. Social Disadvantage and Health: an Inaugural Australian Conference. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 24-25 November 1997.

52.    Mathers CD. Burden of disease analysis and its application to priority setting in Australia. National Seminar on Priority Setting Methodologies for Health Services and Health Research, Australian Health Outcomes Collaboration and the Department of Health and Family Services, Canberra, 3 November 1997. Published in: Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services. Priority setting methodoligies in health. Summary of Proceedings. Canberra: Health Services Outcomes Branch.

51.    Mathers CD. Gains in health expectancy from the elimination of disease: a useful measure of the burden of disease? Paper presented to the 10th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Tokyo, 9-11 October 1997.

50.    Mathers CD, Robine JM. International Trends in Health Expectancies: a Review. Invited plenary paper. The World Congress of Gerontology, Adelaide 19-23 August 1997. Published in: Australasian Journal on Ageing, 17(1) Supplement: 51-55 (1998).

49.    Mathers CD. Trends in health-adjusted life expectancy of older Australians: is there compression or expansion of morbidity? The World Congress of Gerontology, Adelaide 19-23 August 1997.

48.    Mathers CD, Douglas RM. Measuring progress in population health and wellbeing. Paper presented at CSIRO Conference on Measuring National Progress, Canberra, 3-4 July 1997.

47.    Mathers CD. Issues in the measurement of health status. 9th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Rome, December 11-13 1996.

46.    Mathers CD. Applications of health expectancy methodology to measurement of the burden of disease in Australia 1993. 9th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Rome, December 11-13 1996.

45.    Mathers CD. Health inequalities: enough to make you sick? Invited Paper. Tenth Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Human Biology, Canberra, 2-4 December  1996.

44.    Mathers CD. Preliminary estimates of the burden of disease in Australia. 28th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association, Perth, 29 September – 2 October 1996.

43.    Mathers CD, Penm R, Stevenson C. The costs of disease and injury in Australia 1993-94. 28th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association, Perth, 29 September – 2 October 1996.

42.    Mathers CD. Costing the burden of disease. Health Outcomes Conference. Canberra 13-14 August 1996.

41.    Mathers CD. Public Health Indicators: Information requirements and availability. National Workshop on Health Financing and Public Health. Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services, Canberra 14 May 1996.

40.    Mathers CD. Health differentials between Australian males and females: a statistical profile. Keynote address, First National Men’s Health Conference , Melbourne, 10-11 August 1995. Paper published in Proceedings from the National Men’s Health Conference , Melbourne, 10-11 August 1995. Commonwealth Department of Human Services and Health, Canberra pp12-25.

39.    Mathers CD. A Comparison Of Sullivan And Multistate Methods For Estimating Active Life Expectancy. WHO Collaborating Centre Symposium on Active Life Expectancy, Sendai, Japan, 5-6 July 1995. Paper published in Proceedings of the Third WHO-CC Symposium on Active Life Expectancy, Sendai 5-6 July 1995, WHO-CC Monograph No. 3, Tohoku University School of Medicine, pp 26-29.

38.    Mathers CD. Trends In Disability-Free Life Expectancy In Australia 1981-1993. WHO Collaborating Centre Symposium on Active Life Expectancy, Sendai, Japan, 5-6 July 1995. Paper published in Proceedings of the Third WHO-CC Symposium on Active Life Expectancy, Sendai 5-6 July 1995, WHO-CC Monograph No. 3, Tohoku University School of Medicine, pp 49-51.

37.    Mathers CD. Expectation of Disability and Handicap in Australia. Keynote Address. 3rd National Rehabilitation Conference, Brisbane, 19 May 1995.

36.    Mathers CD. Health differentials within Northern Australia. North Australian Statistics Workshop, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Darwin, 17-18 May 1995.

35.    Mathers CD. Trends in health expectancies in Australia 1981-1993. Seventh National Conference of the Australian Population Association, Canberra 21-23 September 1994.

34.    Mathers CD. Health differentials by socioeconomic deprivation . 26th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association, Adelaide, 25-28 September 1994.

33.    Mathers CD. Health  and unemployment .26th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association, Adelaide, 25-28 September 1994.

32.    Mathers C. Health expectancies in Australia 1993: preliminary results. 7th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Canberra, February 1994.

31.    Robine JM, Mathers C, Brouard N. Trends and differentials in disability-free life expectancy. International Union for the Scientific Study of Populations (IUSSP) Conference: Health and mortality trends among elderly populations: determinants and implications, Sendai, Japan, 21-25 June 1993.

30.  Robine JM, Mathers C. Longévité, santé et durée de vie professionelle. Colloque franco-québécois “Acces a la retraite: entrée dans la vieillesse?”, Centre de coopération interuniversitaire Franco-Québécoise, Paris, 17-18 June  1993.

29.    McCallum J, Mathers C. Aged Disability and Community Care. Aged Care Assessment Teams National Conference, Melbourne 29 Nov-1 Dec, 1992.

28.    Robine JM, Mathers CD. Measuring the compression or expansion of morbidity through changes in health expectancy.  6th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Montpellier, 7-9 October 1992.

27.    Mathers CD, Robine JM .  Health expectancy indicators: a review of the work of REVES to date.  6th Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES), Montpellier, 7-9 October 1992.

26.    Robine JM, Romieu I, Mathers CD. Multiplication of health expectancy calculations and problems of international comparability. Third WHO/CBS Consultation to develop common methods and instruments for health interview surveys, Amsterdam, 22-24 September 1992.

25.    Mathers CD, d’Espaignet E, Stevenson C (1994). Monitoring National Health Goals and Targets. Twenty Fifth Annual Conference of the Public Health Association, Sydney, September 1992.

24.    Mathers CD. Unemployment and health status among Australians: an analysis of the 1989-90 National Health Survey. First Australian Conference on Unemployment and Health, University of Sydney, 6 November 1992.

23.    Mathers CD. Employment status and mortality in Australian males. First Australian Conference on Unemployment and Health, University of Sydney, 6 November 1992.

22.    Conway L, Antioch K, Waters A, Mathers C, Carter R. Macro-economic evaluation of interventions to prevent accidents. Twenty Fourth Annual Conference of the Public Health Association, Canberra, September 1992.

21.    Carter R, Antioch K, Conway L, Waters A, Mathers C. Macro economic evaluation model for health policy. Twenty Fourth Annual Conference of the Public Health Association, Canberra, September 1992.

20.    Mathers CD. Trends in Ageing and Disability in Australia: Demographic and Epidemiological Perspectives. World Health Organisation and Commonwealth Office of the Aged Joint Research Workshop: Healthy Ageing and Well-being, Canberra, 25-26 June 1992.

19.    Mathers CD. Unemployment and Health: What Do the Australian Population Data Tell Us? National Conference of the Australian Medical Association, Canberra, 29-30 May 1992.

18.    Crowley S, Antioch K, Waters AM, Carter R, Conway L, Mathers C. The Economic Burden of Diet-related Disease in Australia. National Food and Nutrition Forum, Commonwealth Department of Health, Housing and Community Services, Canberra, March 17-18, 1992.

17.    Mathers C. Estimating Gains in Health Expectancy due to Elimination of Specified Diseases. Fifth Meeting of the International Network on Health Expectancy (REVES-5), Statistics Canada, Ottawa, 19-21 February 1992.

16.    McCallum J, Mathers C. Disability-free Life Expectation in Australia 1981-88. The 4th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology, Tokyo, Yokohama, November 1991.

15.    Mathers CD. Australian Trends in Disability-free and Handicap-free Life Expectancy, 1981-1988. Fourth Meeting of the International Network on Healthy Life Expectancy (REVES), Leyden, Holland, 10-12 June 1991.

14.    McCallum J, Mathers C. Ageing Costs and the Quality of Survival. Invited paper for plenary session “Are costs rising?”, Annual Conference  of the Public Health Association of Australia and New Zealand,  Hobart, September 1990.

13.    Mathers CD, Gillett RS, Harvey DR. Impact of Population Ageing on Health Services in Australia.  Annual Conference  of the Public Health Association of Australia and New Zealand,  Brisbane, August 1988.

12.    Mathers CD, Harvey DR. Public Hospital Costs in Australia: An Analysis of Trends and Differentials.  Annual Conference  of the Public Health Association of Australia and New Zealand, Brisbane, August 1988.

11.    Mathers CD. Analysis of Hospital Inpatient and Outpatient Costs Using Data from the Hospital Utilisation and Costs Study 1985/86. Annual Conference  of the Public Health Association of Australia and New Zealand, Sydney, 23 August 1987.

10.    Mathers CD, Harvey R. Provision and Utilisation of Acute Care Hospitals in Australia, 1986/86.  Annual Conference  of the Public Health Association of Australia and New Zealand, Sydney, 23 August 1987.

9.      Mathers C. Online Documentation – The CSIRONET Experience. Australian Computer Society Annual Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland, 16-20 September 1986.

8.      Cameron D, Mathers CD, Heweston PF. A NOS Online Manual `Compiler’. 23rd Conference of the CDC Users Group Australasia, Melbourne, May 1984

7.      Shirlow MS, Mathers CD, Dwyer T.  Caffeine Consumption and the Frequency of Indigestion, Palpitations, Tremor, Headache and Insomnia. ANZSERCH/Biometric Joint Conference, Brisbane, May 1983. Abstract in: Community Health Studies 8: 146 (1984).

6.      Mathers CD, Harris RS.  Statistical Techniques for Monitoring Congenital Malformations. 6th Australian Statistical Conference,  Statistical Society of Australia, Melbourne, Aug 23-27, 1982.

5.      Lancaster PAL, Harris RS, Mathers CD.  National and State Trends in Neonatal Mortality. 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, Australian College of Paediatrics, Melbourne, May 1982.

4.      Lancaster PAL, Mathers CD.  Risk Factors for Low Birthweight: 1975-1980. 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, Australian College of Paediatrics, Melbourne, May 1982.

3.      Mathers CD, Field B.  Estimation of Trends in the Incidence of Neural Tube Defects in NSW using a Heterogeneous Poisson Model. Symposium in Medical Statistics, Statistical Society of  Australia, Macquarie University, Aug 27-28, 1981.

2.     Mathers CD. Hazards of Uranium Mining. Trade Union Seminar: Should We Mine Uranium? Trade Union Training Authority, Sydney, July 1977.

  1. Mathers CD. Acceleration of MHD Shock Waves in the SUPPER VI Shock Tube. Eleventh Plasma Physics Conference of the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering, Sydney, February 1977.

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