This section aims to publish studies on the environmental correlates of health and disease.
Rationale and methods for a cross-sectional study of mental health and wellbeing following river flooding in rural Australia, using a community-academic partnership approach
Climate change is associated with greater frequency, duration, intensity and unpredictability of certain weather-related events, including floods. Floods harm mental health. There is limited understanding of t...
Citation: BMC Public Health 2019 19:1255