AEA Aims, Governance, Policies
The aims of the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA) are to develop and promote the discipline of epidemiology in Australasia through:
- promoting excellence and innovation in the practice of epidemiological methods
- communication of issues relevant to epidemiologists
- advocating for funding, capacity building and policy development
- strategic alliances with related organisations to maintain high standards in teaching and research and to promote the use of evidence in health-related policy making and clinical practice.
This will be achieved through being an organisation committed to:
- leadership and advocacy on key issues related to the discipline of epidemiology
- excellence in governance
- a strong, diverse member focus.
AEA is governed by a seven member council elected from the membership. Five members of Council form the Executive, namely the President, Vice-President, President-elect, Treasurer and Honorary Secretary. At least one member of Council must be based in New Zealand.
Other roles within council include the coordination of local chapters, and management of the website. The council co-opts a student member to coordinate student matters.
AEA Equity and Diversity Policy
AEA in-kind and financial support of events Policy
AEA Events Code of Conduct
SUBMISSIONS AND RELATED DOCUMENTS
AEA submissions to review bodies:
AEA letter - Public health research funding - the Hon Anthony Albanese 20221216
AEA letter to Health Minister climate change and NPHS - Call for climate action in the National Preventive Health Strategy - September 2020
AEA letter to Federal and State/Territory Ministers for Health in support of frontline epidemiologists and to push for long-term, sustained investment in Public Health May 2020
Fields of Research and Socio-Economic Objectives classifications - ANZSRC consultation draft AEA feedback January 2020
AEA McKeon Review Comments 2012 March 2012
Expenditure Review Committee March 2011
Review of the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans Mar 2005
Review of the Medicare and Pharmaceutical Benefits Programs Privacy Guidelines (under Section 135AA Feb 2005
Review of the Private Sector Provisions of the Privacy Act 1988 Feb 2005