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2017Trends and predictors of recent HIV testing over 22 years among a clinic sample of men who have sex with men in South AustraliaLi, B.; Bi, P.; Ward, A.; Bell, C.; Fairley, C.
2018Correlates of occupational heat-induced illness costs: case study of South Australia 2000 to 2014Xiang, J.; Hansen, A.; Pisaniello, D.; Dear, K.; Bi, P.
2011Climate variability and population health in China: updated knowledge, challenges and opportunitiesZhang, Y.; Bi, P.; Jiang, B.
2019Geographical variation in risk of work-related injuries and illnesses associated with ambient temperatures: a multi-city case-crossover study in Australia, 2005–2016Varghese, B.; Barnett, A.; Hansen, A.; Bi, P.; Heyworth, J.; Sim, M.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Nitschke, M.; Rowett, S.; Pisaniello, D.
2016Was an epidemic of gonorrhoea among heterosexuals attending an Adelaide sexual health services associated with variations in sex work policing policy?Li, B.; Bi, P.; Waddell, R.; Chow, E.; Donovan, B.; McNulty, A.; Fehler, G.; Loff, B.; Shahkhan, H.; Fairley, C.
2014Extreme heat and cultural and linguistic minorities in Australia: perceptions of stakeholdersHansen, A.; Nitschke, M.; Saniotis, A.; Benson, J.; Tan, Y.; Smyth, V.; Wilson, L.; Han, G.; Mwanri, L.; Bi, P.
2015Infectious diseases, urbanization and climate change: challenges in future ChinaTong, M.; Hansen, A.; Hanson-Easey, S.; Cameron, S.; Xiang, J.; Liu, Q.; Sun, Y.; Weinstein, P.; Han, G.-.S.; Williams, C.; Bi, P.
2018The effects of ambient temperature on work-related injuries in Adelaide, Australia - workers’ compensation claims increase with high temperaturesVarghese, B.; Barnett, A.; Hansen, A.; Bi, P.; Pisaniello, D.; Triennial Congress of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) (29 Apr 2018 - 04 May 2018 : Dublin)
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.
2011Climate change and infectious diseases in Australia: Future prospects, adaptation options, and research prioritiesHarley, D.; Bi, P.; Hall, G.; Swaminathan, A.; Tong, S.; Williams, C.