Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health Technical Report #43 Appendices Prepared for the Australian Government Department of Health, November 2020 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. APPENDIX B: RESEARCH PROJECTS.....................................................................1 1.1 Current projects.......................................................................................................... 1 1.1.1 Chronic conditions........................................................................................... 1 1.1.2 Health service use and systems....................................................................16 1.1.3 Medications..................................................................................................... 24 1.1.4 Mental health................................................................................................... 25 1.1.5 Ageing and Aged Care...................................................................................32 1.1.6 Reproductive health........................................................................................ 40 1.1.7 Methodology.................................................................................................... 64 1.1.8 Tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.................................................................65 1.1.9 Weight, nutrition and physical activity..........................................................67 1.1.10 Social factors in health and well being.......................................................84 1.1.11 Oral health..................................................................................................... 89 1.1.12 Abuse............................................................................................................. 90 1.1.13 Caregiving...................................................................................................... 98 1.1.14 Formal and informal work patterns and work/life balance........................99 1.2 Completed research projects................................................................................102 2. APPENDIX B: SUBSTUDIES..................................................................................134 2.1 Current substudies................................................................................................. 134 2.2 Completed substudies...........................................................................................140 3. APPENDIX C: STUDENT PROJECTS....................................................................143 3.1 Current projects...................................................................................................... 143 3.2 Completed student projects..................................................................................164 1. APPENDIX B: Research projects 1.1 Current projects 1.1.1 Chronic conditions ARTHRITIS Project: A133D Incident osteoarthritis in a cohort of ‘baby boomer’ women: Management and outcomes in the Australian community Collaborative Investigators:  Prof Lynne Parkinson - Health CRN, CQ University Australia  Prof Julie Byles - Research Centre for Generational Health and Ageing, University of Newcastle  Prof Parker Magin - School of Medicine and Public Health, The University of Newcastle  Dr Michelle Cunich - The Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise and Eating Disorders, The University of Sydney  A/Prof Fiona Blyth - Pain Management & Research Centre, The University of Sydney  Dr Geeske Peeters - Global Brain Health Institute, Trinity College Dublin  Prof Dimity Pond - School of Medicine & Public Health, The University of Newcastle  Dr Gillian Caughey - University of South Australia  A/Prof Satvinder Dhaliwal - Curtin University  A/Prof Rachael Moorin - Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute, Curtin University  Dr Norman Ng - School of Human Movment and Nutrition Studies, The University of Queensland Osteoarthritis (OA) is a leading contributor to disability in Australia. As OA is the most common chronic disease reported by older women, there is a critical need to understand the factors that enable women with OA to remain active and independent in the community as they age. The NHMRC endorsed RACGP guidelines for non-surgical management of OA in the Australian health care context emphasise the importance of self management to prevent acute OA episodes, and delay functional 1 limitations and disab

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