Health Stream is a quarterly public health bulletin which provides information and analysis for water and health professionals.
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Health Stream is a quarterly public health bulletin which provides information and analysis for water and health professionals. It provides an excellent overview of water-related health incidents, and reports on recent research in water quality and public health.
Health Stream has been published since 1996. It was initiated by the Co-operative Research Centre for Water Quality and Treatment (CRCWQT) and continued in Water Quality Research Australia (WQRA) from 2008-2013. WaterRA recognises the valuable contribution it makes to the water industry globally, and is committed to continuing its production.
Members (who are logged in) can access all issues of Health Stream on the WaterRA website here.
Health Stream is produced by Dr Martha Sinclair, senior research fellow at Monash University. Working with Dr Sinclair on Health Stream is Assistant Editor Ms Pam Hayes.
Annual individual subscription is $55 (for Australian subscribers - inclusive of GST).
Overseas subscription is $50.
For this fee subscribers receive four issues per year and access to all previous issues.
If you are NOT from a WaterRA member organisation, you will first be required to register as a guest, and then you will be taken to a subscription payment page. Register as a guest via the blue button on this page.
If you ARE from a WaterRA member organisation, you can receive Health Stream alerts, and other news and publications for free, but you must register as a member (i.e., using your work email address) on the WaterRA website.
By registering, you will be able to subscribe to both WaterRA's public access news and updates, and member news and publications, as well as access an extended range of content on the WaterRA website.
If you have already registered on the website, simply log in using the panel on the right, and under the My Profile area, make sure that you have ticked the box to receive Health Stream alerts (located under Status and Preferences).