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2016Heatwaves differentially affect risk of Salmonella serotypesMilazzo, A.; Giles, L.; Zhang, Y.; Koehler, A.; Hiller, J.; Bi, P.
2011Impact of two recent extreme heat episodes on morbidity and mortality in Adelaide, South Australia: a case-series analysisNitschke, M.; Tucker, G.; Hansen, A.; Williams, S.; Zhang, Y.; Bi, P.
2014Perception, attitude and behavior in relation to climate change: a survey among CDC health professionals in Shanxi province, ChinaWei, J.; Hansen, A.; Zhang, Y.; Li, H.; Liu, Q.; Sun, Y.; Bi, P.
2011Climate variability and population health in China: updated knowledge, challenges and opportunitiesZhang, Y.; Bi, P.; Jiang, B.
2012Projected years lost due to disabilities (YLDs)for bacillary dysentery related to increased temperature in temperate and subtropical cities of ChinaZhang, Y.; Bi, P.; Sun, Y.; Hiller, J.
2019Meteorological variables and the risk of fractures: a systematic review and meta-analysisShi, T.; Min, M.; Ye, P.; Wang, Y.; Qu, G.; Zhang, Y.; Liang, M.; Sun, Y.; Duan, L.; Bi, P.
2015Heat-health behaviours of older people in two Australian statesHansen, A.; Bi, P.; Pisaniello, D.; Nitschke, M.; Tucker, G.; Newbury, J.; Kitson, A.; Dal Grande, E.; Avery, J.; Zhang, Y.; Kelsall, L.
2016Risk factors of direct heat-related hospital admissions during the 2009 heatwave in Adelaide, Australia: a matched case-control studyZhang, Y.; Nitschke, M.; Krackowizer, A.; Dear, K.; Pisaniello, D.; Weinstein, P.; Tucker, G.; Shakib, S.; Bi, P.
2019The 2019 report of the MJA-Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: a turbulent year with mixed progressBeggs, P.J.; Zhang, Y.; Bambrick, H.; Berry, H.L.; Linnenluecke, M.K.; Trueck, S.; Bi, P.; Boylan, S.M.; Green, D.; Guo, Y.; Hanigan, I.C.; Johnston, F.H.; Madden, D.L.; Malik, A.; Morgan, G.G.; Perkins-Kirkpatrick, S.; Rychetnik, L.; Stevenson, M.; Watts, N.; Capon, A.G.