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Stephen Leeder

Stephen Leeder is professor of public health and community medicine at the University of Sydney, and co-director of the Menzies Centre for Health Policy.


Leadership and change in health and health services
October 2011 Feature - 27/10/2011 - 2 comments
Its an emergency!
October 2007 Feature - 3/10/2007 - 3 comments
The obesity pandemic: a brilliant test of political capability
Health - 5/06/2007 - 9 comments
All patients merit home nursing
Health - 7/12/2006 - 1 comment
Can Medicare cope with chronic illness?
Health - 10/10/2006 - 12 comments
No longer just diseases of affluence
Health - 19/09/2006
Medicare should fund general practice psychologists
Health - 10/02/2006 - 20 comments
Securing a healthy system
Health - 30/01/2006 - 6 comments
Citizens singing a whole new health song
Health - 21/12/2005 - 7 comments
Running for cover - private health insurance
Health - 2/12/2005 - 5 comments
Heart disease and strokes - the new epidemic in developing countries
Health - 10/05/2004
Medicare is designed to make health services affordable to all Australians
Health - 27/03/2003
Resource allocation and the genetic revolution
October 2000 Feature - 15/10/2000
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