Professor Paul Kelly

ACT Chief Health Officer &
Deputy Director-General,
Population Health Protection & Prevention,
ACT Health
. . .
Professor,
ANU Medical School
6 Bowes Street, Woden, ACT, 2606
 02 6205 0883

Profile

Qualifications

MBBS West Aust, DTM&H London, PhD Sydney, FAFPHM,

Specialisation

  • Public Health
  • Epidemiology
  • Population Health

Biography

Prof. Paul Kelly is a public health physician, epidemiologist and health service executive. He is currently Chief Health Officer for the Australian Capital Territory and Deputy Director General of Population Health in the ACT Government Health Directorate. He is currently a member of the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee and the National Health and Medical Research Council, and a founding partner of the Australian Prevention Partnership Centre. He is also a member of the Expert Advisory Group for the Australian Burden of Disease Study and of two World Health Organization Advisory Groups - International Health Regulations Roster of Experts and Nutritional Guidelines Advisory Group.

Prof. Kelly is currently an Associate Editor for Frontiers in Public Health Policy Journal and the Editor of the ACT Population Health Bulletin.

Prof. Kelly has previously worked in research, health systems development, post-graduate teaching and as a health service executive including five years in the role of Director of the Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program at the National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health at ANU, and nine years in the Northern Territory working as a Principle Research Fellow with the Menzies School of Health Research, as well as with the Centre for Disease Control in the NT Department of Health. Prof. Kelly’s work has taken him to five countries on four continents including Malawi, Indonesia, East Timor, and the UK.

Prof. Kelly was the principal investigator in the initial development and implementation of the Influenza Complications Alert Network (FluCAN), and continues in the role of co-investigator. For three years he was also the chair of the Advisory Board of TEPHINET, (the global peak body for field epidemiology training programmes, representing over 50 national programmes).

Research

Research interests

Prof. Kelly’s has 25 years research experience and has published over 100 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters. His research and professional interests include:

  • Health services and population health systems
  • Infectious disease epidemiology, in particular influenza, pneumonia and tuberculosis (TB)
  • Whole of government policy approaches to non-communicable disease control and prevention, in particular obesity prevention
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and refugee health, health services and health systems research
  • Public health education and training.

Teaching

  • Master of Applied Epidemiology (Guest Lecturer)
  • ANU Medical School (Guest Lecturer)

Publications

Publications in a peer reviewed journal:

  1. Freebairn L, Rychetnik L, Atkinson J-A, Kelly P, McDonnell G, Roberts N, Whittall C, Redman S. Knowledge mobilisation for policy development: implementing systems approaches through participatory dynamic simulation modelling. Health Research Policy and Systems, 201715:83 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-017-0245-1
  2. Malakellis M, Hoare E, Sanigorski A, Crooks N, Allender S, Nichols M, Swinburn B, Chikwendu C, Kelly PM, Petersen S, Millar L. School-based systems change for obesity prevention in adolescents: outcomes of the Australian Capital Territory 'It's Your Move!' Aust N Z J Public Health. 2017 Oct;41(5):490-496. doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12696.
  3. Cheng AC, Macartney KK, Waterer GW, Kotsimbos T, Kelly PM, Blyth CC for the FluCAN Investigators. Repeated vaccination does not appear to impact on influenza vaccine effectiveness against hospitalisation with confirmed influenza. Clin Infect Dis. 2017 Jun 1;64(11):1564-1572.
  4. Cheng AC, Holmes M, Dwyer DE, Irving L, Korman T, Senanayake S, Macartney K, Blyth C, Brown S, Waterer GW, Hewer R, Friedman ND, Wark P, Simpson G, Upham J, Bowler S, Lessing A, Kotsimbos T, Kelly P. Influenza epidemiology in patients admitted to sentinel Australian hospitals in 2015: the Influenza Complications Alert Network (FluCAN). Commun Dis Intell 2016;40(4):E521-E526. http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/cda-cdi4004-pdf-cnt.htm/$FILE/cdi4004k.pdf
  5. O’Donoughue Jenkins L, Kelly PM, Cherbuin N, Anstey KJ. Evaluating and using observational evidence: the contrasting views of policy makers and epidemiologists. Frontiers in Public Health Policy 2016. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpubh.2016.00267/full
  6. Freebairn L, Atkinson J, Kelly P, McDonnell G, Rychetnik L. Simulation modelling as a tool for knowledge mobilisation in health policy settings: a case study protocol. Health Research Policy and Systems 2016, 14:71. DOI: 10.1186/s12961-016-0143-y.
  7. Blyth CC, Macartney KK, Hewagama S, Senenayake S, Friedman ND, Simpson G, Upham J, Kotsimbos T, Kelly P, Cheng AC. Influenza epidemiology, vaccine coverage and vaccine effectiveness in children admitted to sentinel Australian hospitals in 2014: the Influenza Complications Alert Network (FluCAN). Euro Surveill. 2016 Jul 28;21(30). doi: 10.2807/1560-7917.ES.2016.21.30.30301.
  8. Kelly PM, Davies A, Greig AJ, Lee KK. Obesity prevention in a City State: Lessons from New York City during the Bloomberg administration. Frontiers in Public Health Policy, 30 March 2016  http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2016.00060.
  9. Cheng AC, Holmes M, Senenayake S, Dwyer DE, Hewagama S, Korman T, Irving L, Brown S, Waterer G, Hunter C, Friedman ND, Wark P, Simpson G, Upman J, Bowler S, Macartney K, Blyth C, Kotsimbos T, Kelly P. Influenza epidemiology in adults admitted to sentinel Australian hospitals in 2014: the Influenza Complications Alert Network (FluCAN). Commun Dis Intell 2015;39(3):E355-E360.
  10. Cheng AC, Kotsimbos T, Kelly PM and FluCAN Investigators. Influenza vaccine effectiveness against hospitalisation with influenza in adults in Australia in 2014.Vaccine. 2015; DOI: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.10.016.
  11. Wild K, Kelly P, Barclay L, Martins N. Agenda Setting and Evidence in Maternal Health: Connecting Research and Policy in Timor-Leste. Front Public Health. 2015 Sep 10;3:212. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2015.00212
  12. Viney K, Hoy D, Roth A, Kelly P, Harley D, Sleigh A. The epidemiology of tuberculosis in the Pacific, 2000 to 2013. Western Pacific Surveillance and Response. Vol 6, No 3, 2015. doi: 10.5365/wpsar.2015.6.1.001.
  13. Cavanaugh J, Viney K, Kienene T, Harley D, Kelly PM, Sleigh A, O'Connor J, Mase S. Effect of diabetes on tuberculosis presentation and outcomes in Kiribati. Trop Med Int Health. 2015 May;20(5):643-649.
  14. Viney K, Cavanaugh J, Kienene T, Harley D, Kelly PM, Sleigh A, O'Connor J, Mase S. Tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus in the Republic of Kiribati: a case-control study. Trop Med Int Health. 2015 May;20(5):650-657.
  15. Viney K, Johnson P, Tagaro M, Fanai S, Linh NN, Kelly P, Harley D, Sleigh A. Traditional healers and the potential for collaboration with the national tuberculosis programme in Vanuatu: results from a mixed methods study. BMC Public Health. 2014 Apr 23;14:393. (IF=2.32)
  16. Viney KA, Johnson P, Tagaro M, Fanai S, Linh NN, Kelly P, Harley D, Sleigh A. Tuberculosis patients' knowledge and beliefs about tuberculosis: a mixed methods study from the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu. BMC Public Health. 2014 May 17;14:467. (IF=2.32)
  17. Cheng AC, Dwyer DE, Holmes M, Irving LB, Brown SG, Waterer GW, Korman TM, Hunter C, Hewagama S, Friedman ND, Wark PA, Simpson G, Upham JW, Bowler SD, Senenayake SN, Kotsimbos TC, Kelly PM. Influenza epidemiology, vaccine coverage and vaccine effectiveness in sentinel Australian hospitals in 2013: the Influenza Complications Alert Network. Commun Dis Intell Q Rep. 2014 Jun 30;38(2):E143-9.
  18. Appuhamy R, Moffatt C, Davis S, Kelly P, Kennedy K. Hepatitis E in a food handler – a rapid risk assessment to guide the public health response. Western Pacific Surveillance and Response Journal, 2014; 5(4). doi:10.5365/wpsar.2014.5.3.003
  19. Cheng AC, Brown SG, Waterer GW, Holmes M, Senenayake S, Friedman ND, Hewagama S, Simpson G, Wark PA, Upham JW, Korman TM, Dwyer DE, Wood-Baker R, Irving LB, Bowler SD, Kotsimbos T, Kelly PM. Influenza epidemiology, vaccine coverage and vaccine effectiveness in sentinel Australian hospitals in 2012: the Influenza Complications Alert Network (FluCAN). Commun Dis Intell 2013;37(3):E246–E252.
  20. Ralph AP, Kenangalem E, Waramori G, Pontororing GJ, Sandjaja, Tjitra E, Maguire GP, Kelly PM, Anstey NM. High Morbidity during Treatment and Residual Pulmonary Disability in Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Under-Recognised Phenomena. PLoS One. 2013 Nov 29;8(11):e80302. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080302 (IF=3.73)
  21. Kenangalem E, Waramori G, Pontororing GJ, Sandjaja, Tjitra E, Maguire G, Kelly PM, Anstey NM, Ralph AP. (2013) Tuberculosis Outcomes in Papua, Indonesia: The Relationship with Different Body Mass Index Characteristics between Papuan and Non-Papuan Ethnic Groups. PLoS ONE 8(9): e76077. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0076077 (IF=3.73)
  22. Subramanian RE, Herrera DG, Kelly P. An evaluation of the global network of field epidemiology and laboratory training programmes: a resource for improving public health capacity and increasing the number of public health professionals worldwide. Human Resources for Health 2013, 21 Sept. doi:10.1186/1478-4491-11-45. (IF=2.05)
  23. Ralph AP, Waramori G, Pontororing GJ, Kenangalem E, Wiguna A, Tjitra E, Sandjaja, Lolong DB, Yeo TW, Chatfield MD, Soemanto RK, Bastian I, Lumb R, Maguire GP, Eisman J, Price RN, Morris PS, Kelly PM, Anstey NM. L-arginine and Vitamin D Adjunctive Therapies in Pulmonary Tuberculosis: A Randomised, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial. PLoS One. 2013;8(8):e70032. (IF=3.73)
  24. Cheng AC, Holmes M, Irving LB, Brown SG, Waterer GW, Korman TM, Friedman ND, Senanayake S, Dwyer DE, Brady S, Simpson G, Wood-Baker R, Upham J, Paterson D, Jenkins C, Wark P, Kelly PM, Kotsimbos T. Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness against Hospitalisation with Confirmed Influenza in the 2010-11 Seasons: A Test-negative Observational Study. PLoS One. 2013;8(7):e68760. (IF=3.73)
  25. Ralph AP, Yeo TW, Salome CM, Waramori G, Pontororing GJ, Kenangalem E, Sandjaja S, Tjitra E, Lumb R, Maguire G, Price RN, Chatfield MD, Kelly PM, Anstey NM. Impaired pulmonary nitric oxide bioavailability in pulmonary tuberculosis: association with disease severity and delayed mycobacterial clearance with treatment. J Infect Dis. 2013;208(4):616-26. (IF=6.41)
  26. Martins JS, Zwi AB, Hobday K, Bonaparte F, Kelly PM. Changing the malaria treatment protocol policy in Timor-Leste: an examination of context, process, and actors' involvement. Health Res Policy Syst. 2013 May 15;11:16. doi:10.1186/1478-4505-11-16. (IF=1.75)
  27. Macesic N, Kotsimbos TC, Kelly P, Cheng AC. Hospital-acquired influenza in an Australian sentinel surveillance system. Med J Aust. 2013 Apr 15;198(7):370-2. (IF=2.813)
  28. Martins J, Zwi A, Hobday K, Bonaparte F, Kelly PM. The implementation of a new Malaria Treatment Protocol in Timor-Leste: challenges and constraints. Health Policy & Planning 2012 Dec;27(8):677-86. (IF=2.793)
  29. Samaan G, Gultom A, Indriani R, Lokuge K, Kelly PM. Prioritizing live bird markets at risk of avian influenza H5N1 virus contamination for intervention: a simple tool for low resource settings. Prev Vet Med. 2012 Dec 1;107(3-4):280-5.  (IF=3.773)
  30. Martins JS, Zwi AB, Kelly PM. Did the first Global Fund grant (2003-2006) contribute to malaria control and health system strengthening in Timor-Leste? Malaria Journal 2012 Jul 23;11:237. (IF=3.19)
  31. Samaan G, Hendrawati F, Taylor T, Pitona T, Marmansari D, Rahman R, Lokuge K, Kelly PM. Application of a healthy food markets guide to two Indonesian markets to reduce transmission of "avian flu". Bull World Health Organ. 2012 Apr 1;90(4):295-300. (IF=5.4)
  32. Wild K, Barclay L, Kelly P, Martins N. The tyranny of distance: maternity waiting homes and access to birthing facilities in rural Timor-Leste. Bulletin WHO. 2012 Feb 1;90(2):97-103 (IF=5.4)
  33. Aditama TY, Samaan G, Kusriastuti R, Sampurno OD, Purba W, Misriyah, Santoso H, Bratasena A, Maruf A, Sariwati E, Setiawaty V, Glass K, Lokuge K, Kelly PM, Kandun IN. Avian Influenza H5N1 Transmission in Households, Indonesia. PLoS One. 2012;7(1):e29971. Epub 2012 Jan 4. (IF=4.41)
  34. Aditama TY, Samaan G, Kusriastuti R, Purba WH, Misriyah, Santoso H, Bratasena A, Maruf A, Sariwati E, Setiawaty V, Cook AR, Clements MS, Lokuge K, Kelly PM, Kandun IN. Risk factors for cluster outbreaks of avian influenza A H5N1 infection, Indonesia. Clin Infect Dis. 2011 Dec;53(12):1237-44. (IF=9.154)
  35. Kandun IN, Samaan G, Kushadiwijaya R, Saraswati E,  Ma’ruf A, Clements M,  Cook AR, Lokuge K, Kelly PM, Yoga TA. Risk factors for cluster outbreaks of avian influenza A H5N1 infection in Indonesia, 2005-2009. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2011:53(12):1237- 44 (IF=8.266)
  36. Cheng AC Kotsimbos T, Kelly HA, Irving LB, Bowler SD, Brown GA, Holmes M, Jenkins CR, Thompson PJ, Simpson G, Wood-Baker R, Senanayake SN, Brady SJ, Paterson DL, Wark PA, Upham JW, Korman TM, Dwyer DE, Waterer GW, Kelly PM. Effectiveness of H1N1/09 monovalent and trivalent influenza vaccines against hospitalization with laboratory-confirmed H1N1/09 influenza in Australia: a test-negative case control study. Vaccine Oct 6;29(43):7320-5. Epub 2011 Jul 31. (IF=3.572)
  37. Lee VJ, Chen MI, Yap J, Ong J, Lim WY, Lin RT, Barr I, Ong JB, Mak TM, Goh LG, Leo YS, Kelly PM, Cook AR. Comparability of different methods for estimating influenza infection rates over a single epidemic wave. Am J Epidemiol. 2011;174(4):468-78. Epub 2011 Jun 30. (IF=5.745)
  38. Cheng AC, Kotsimbos T, Reynolds A, Bowler S, Brown SG, Hancox B, Holmes M, Irving LB, Jenkins C, Thompson PJ, Simpson G, Waterer G, Wood-Baker R, Kelly PM. Clinical and epidemiological profile of patients with severe H1N1/09 pandemic influenza in Australia and New Zealand: an observational cohort study. BMJ Open doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2011-000100. (IF=1.583)
  39. Foxwell AR, Roberts L, Lokuge K, Kelly PM. Transmission of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza on international flights, May 2009. Emerg Infect Dis. 2011 Jul;17(7):1188-94. (IF=6.79)
  40. Samaan G, Gultom A, Indriani R, Lokuge K, Kelly PM. Critical control points for avian influenza A H5N1 in live bird markets in low resource settings. Prev Vet Med. 2011 Jun 1;100(1):71-8. Epub 2011 Apr 12. (IF=2.07)
  41. Kelly PM, Kotsimbos T, Reynolds A, Wood-Baker R, Hancox B, Brown SG, Holmes M, Simpson G, Bowler S, Waterer G, Irving LB, Jenkins C, Thompson PJ, Cheng AC. FluCAN 2009: initial results from sentinel surveillance for adult influenza and pneumonia in eight Australian hospitals. Med J Aust. 2011 Feb 21;194(4):169-74 (IF=2.894)
  42. Lee VJ, Yap J, Cook AR, Tan CH, Loh JP, Koh WH, Lim EA, Liaw JC, Chew JS, Hossain I, Chan KW, Ting PJ, Ng SH, Gao Q, Kelly PM, Chen MI, Tambyah PA, Tan BH. A Clinical Diagnostic Model for Predicting Influenza among Young Adult Military Personnel with Febrile Respiratory Illness in Singapore. PLoS One. 2011 Mar 2;6(3):e17468. (IF=4.41)
  43. Lee VJ, Tay JK, Chen MI, Phoon MC, Xie ML, Wu Y, Lee CX, Yap J, Sakharkar KR, Sakharkar MK, Lin RT, Cui L, Kelly PM, Leo YS, Tan YJ, Chow VT. Inactivated trivalent seasonal influenza vaccine induces limited cross-reactive neutralizing antibody responses against 2009 pandemic and 1934 PR8 H1N1 strains. Vaccine. 2010 Oct 4;28(42):6852-7. Epub 2010 Aug 17. (IF=3.572)
  44. Pontororing GJ, Kenangalem E, Lolong DB, Waramori G, Sandjaja, Tjitra E, Price RN, Kelly PM, Anstey NM, Ralph AP. The burden and treatment of HIV in tuberculosis patients in Papua Province, Indonesia: a prospective observational study BMC Infectious Diseases 2010, 10:362doi:10.1186/1471-2334-10-362.  Published 24 Dec 2010. (IF=2.55)
  45. Huppatz C, Gawarikar Y, Levi C, Kelly PM, Williams D, Dalton C, Massey P, Givney R, Durrheim DN. Should there be a standardised approach to the diagnostic workup of suspected adult encephalitis? A case series from Australia. BMC Infect Dis. 2010 Dec 15;10(1):353. [Epub ahead of print] (IF=2.55)
  46. Lee VJ, Yap J, Maurer-Stroh S, Lee RT, Eisenhaber F, Tay JK, Ting PJ, Loh JP, Wong CW, Tan BH, Koay ES, Kelly PM, Hibberd ML. Investigation of causes of oseltamivir chemoprophylaxis failures during influenza A (H1N1-2009) outbreaks. J Clin Virol. 2011 Feb;50(2):104-8. Epub 2010 Nov 19.  (IF=3.124)
  47. Wild K, Barclay L, Kelly PM, Martins N. Birth choices in Timor-Leste: A framework for understanding use of maternal health services in low resource settings Social Science & Medicine. 2010 Dec;71(11):2038-45.  (IF=2.71)
  48. Indriani R, Samaan G, Gultom A, Loth L, Indryani S, Adjid R, Dharmayanti NL, Weaver J, Mumford E, Lokuge K, Kelly PM, Darminto. Environmental sampling for avian influenza virus A (H5N1) in live-bird markets, Indonesia. Emerg Infect Dis. 2010 Dec;16(12):1889-95. (IF=6.79)
  49. Reynolds A, Moffatt CRM, Dyda A, Hundy R, Kaye A, Krsteski R, Rockliff S,  Kampen R, Kelly PM, O’Brien E. An outbreak of gastroenteritis due to Salmonella Typhimurium phage type 170 associated with consumption of a dessert containing raw egg. Communicable Disease Intelligence 2010;34(3):329–333.
  50. Lee VJ, Yap J, Cook AR, Chen MI, Tay JK, Barr I, Kelso A, Tan BH, Loh JP,  Lin R, Cui L, Kelly PM, Leo YS, Chia KS, Kang WL, Tambyah PA, Seet B. Effectiveness of public health measures in mitigating pandemic influenza spread: A prospective sero-epidemiological cohort study. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 2010 Nov 1;202(9):1319-26. (IF=5.87)
  51. Ralph A, Ardian M, Maguire G, Waramori G, Becker N, Drogumuller G, Wilks M, Tjitra E, Sandjaja, Kenangalem E, Pontororing GJ, Anstey NA, Kelly PM. A simple, valid numerical score for grading chest X-ray severity in adult smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis. Thorax. 2010 Oct;65(10):863-9. (IF 7.04)
  52. Lee VJ, Tay JK, Chen MI, Kelly PM, Xie ML, Phoon MC, Lee CX, Yap JJ, Sakharkar KR, Sakharkar MK, Leo YS, Tan YJ, Chow VT. Inactivated Trivalent Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Induces Cross-reactive Antibody Responses against 2009 Pandemic and 1934 PR8 H1N1 strains. Vaccine. 2010 Oct 4;28(42):6852-7. (IF=3.62)
  53. Paine S, Mercer GN, Kelly PM, Bandaranayake D, Baker MG, Huang QS, Mackereth G, Bissielo A, Glass K, Hope V. Transmissibility of 2009 pandemic influenza A(H1N1) in New Zealand: effective reproduction number and influence of age, ethnicity and importations. Euro Surveill. 2010;15(24):pii=19591. Available online: http://www.eurosurveillance.org/ViewArticle.aspx?ArticleId=19591  (IF=6.15)
  54. Lee VJ, Yap J, Tay JK, Barr I, Gao Q, Ho HJ, Tan BH, Kelly PM, Tambyah PA, Kelso A, Chen MA. Seroconversion and asymptomatic infections during oseltamivir prophylaxis against Influenza A H1N1 2009. BMC Infectious Diseases 2010, Jun 10:164.  doi:10.1186/1471-2334-10-164. (IF 2.54)
  55. Graham S, Kelly P, Sullivan E. Pregnancy and perinatal health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women and their babies: a literature review. Aboriginal & Islander Health Worker Journal 2010;34(2):15-16.
  56. Wallace P, Kirk MD, Munnoch SA, Gunn J, Stafford RJ, Kelly PM. An outbreak of Salmonella  Litchfield on a car rally, Northern Territory, 2009. Communicable Disease Intelligence 2010;34(2):124-126.
  57. Martins JS, Zwi AB, Martins N, Kelly PM. Malaria control in Timor-Leste during a period of political instability: what lessons can be learned? Conflict and Health 2009; 3:11. doi:10.1186/1752-1505-3-11 (Published online 16 December 2009).
  58. Kandun IN, Samaan G, Harun S, Purba WH, Sariwati E, Septiawati C, Silitonga M, Dharmayanti NPI, Kelly PM, Wandra T. Chicken Faeces Garden Fertilizer: Possible Source of Human Avian Influenza H5N1 Infection. Zoonoses & Public Health 2009. [published online 13 November, 2009] doi: 10.1111/j.1863-2378.2009.01246.x (IF=1.912)
  59. Maguire GP, Anstey NM, Ardian M, Waramori G, Tjitra E, Kenangalem E,  Handojo T, Kelly PM. The impact of pulmonary tuberculosis on lung function, disability and quality of life in a high burden setting: a longitudinal study in Papua, Indonesia. International Journal of TB & Lung Disease 2009;13: 1500-1506. (IF=2.548)
  60. Martins N, Morris P, Kelly PM. Food incentives to improve tuberculosis treatment completion (FITTCET): a randomized controlled trial in Dili, Timor Leste. British Medical Journal 2009. BMJ 2009;339:b4248. doi:10.1136/bmj.b4248 (IF=12.827)
  61. Huppatz C, Kelly PM, Levi C, Dalton C, Williams D, Durrheim DN. Encephalitis deaths in Australia, 1979-2006: trends and aetiologies. Comm Dis Intell 2009;33:192-197.
  62. Huppatz C, Durrheim DN, Levi C, Dalton C, Williams D, Clements M, Kelly PM. Encephalitis in Australia, 1990-2007: what do we know about the etiology? Emerging Infectious Diseases 2009; 15: Sept [epub ahead of print] (IF=6.449)
  63. Huppatz C, Capuano C, Palmer K, Kelly PM, Durrheim D. Surveillance for elimination of Filariasis in the Pacific: lessons for the global campaign. BMC Infectious Diseases 2009; 9:92 [epub ahead of print]. (IF=2.54)
  64. Wayte K, Zwi A, Belton S, Martins J, Martins N, Kelly PM. Conflict and Development: Challenges in responding to reproductive health needs in Timor-Leste. Reproductive Health Matters 2008: 16(31):83-92. (IF=1.430)
  65. Huppatz C, Munnoch S, Worgan T, Merritt T, Dalton C, Kelly PM, Durrheim DN. A norovirus outbreak associated with oyster consumption in NSW and implications for public health. Communicable Diseases Intelligence 2008;32(1):88-91.
  66. Martins N, Grace J, Kelly PM. TB treatment adherence in Timor Leste: an ethnographic study of barriers and enabling factors.  International Journal of TB & Lung Disease 2008;12:532-537. (IF=2.548)
  67. Selgelid M, Kelly PM, Sleigh A. Ethical challenges in TB control in the era of XDR-TB. International Journal of TB & Lung Disease 2008;12(3):231-235. (IF=2.548)
  68. Ardian M, Meokbun E, Siburian L, Malonda E, Waramori G, Penttinen P, Lampuy J, Kenengalem E, Tjitra E, Kelly PM. A partnership for TB control in Timika, Papua Province, Indonesia. Int J Tuberc & Lung Dis 2007;11(10):1101-1107. (IF=2.548)
  69. Graham S, Jackson Pulver LR, Wang YA, Kelly PM, Laws PJ, Grayson N, Sullivan EA. The urban remote divide for Indigenous perinatal outcomes. Med J Aust 2007;186 (10): 509-512. (IF=3.32)
  70. Martins N, Kelly PM, Grace J, Zwi A. Reconstructing Tuberculosis Services after Major Conflict: Experiences and Lessons Learned in East Timor. PLOS Med 2006; 3(10):1765-1775. (IF=13.05)
  71. Martins N, Heldal E, Sarmento J, de Araujo RM, Rolandsen EB, Kelly PM. Tuberculosis control in conflict-affected East Timor, 1996-2004. Int J Tuberc & Lung Dis 2006;10(9):975-981. (IF=2.548)
  72. Handojo T, Anstey NM, Kelly P, Pain MC, Kenangalem E, Tjitra E, Maguire GP. Normal spirometry, gas transfer and lung volume values in Papua, Indonesia. The Southeast Asian Journal of Public Health 2006 May;37(3):571-7.
  73. Lumb R, Van Deun A, Kelly P, Bastian I. Not all microscopes are equal. Int J Tuberc & Lung Dis 2006;10(2):227-229. (IF=2.548)
  74.  Lumb R, Ardian M, Waramori G, Syahrial H, Tjitra E, Maguire GM, Anstey NM, Kelly PM. An alternative strategy for the storage and transport of sputum specimens for Mycobacterium tuberculosis drug resistance surveillance. Int J Tuberc & Lung Dis 2006;10(2):172-177. (IF=2.548)
  75. Kelly PM, Ardian M, Waramori G, Anstey NM, Syahrial H,Tjitra E, Bastian I, Maguire GP, Lumb R. A community based TB Drug susceptibility study in Mimika District, Papua, Indonesia. Int J Tuberc & Lung Dis 2006;10(2):167-171. (IF=2.548)
  76. Armstrong PK, Anstey NM, Kelly PM, Currie BJ, Martins N, Dasari P, Krause V.  Seroprevalence of Burkholderia pseudomallei in East Timorese refugees: implications for healthcare in East Timor. The Southeast Asian Journal of Public Health 2005;36(6):1496-1502.
  77. van der Oest AC, Chenhall R, Hood D, Kelly PM.  Talking about TB: multi-cultural diversity and tuberculosis services in Waikato, New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal 2005 June 3;118(1216):U1496.
  78. Kelly PM, Lumb R, Pinto A, da Costa G, Sarmento J, Bastian I. Analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from treatment failure patients living in East Timor. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2005;9(1):81-86. (IF=2.548)
  79. Davidson N, Burgner D, Skull S, Kelly P, Raman S, Silove D, Steel Z, Vora R, Smith M. An issue of access: Delivering equitable health care for newly arrived refugee children in Australia. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2004;40(9):569-575. (IF=1.124)
  80. Davidson N, Skull S, Buttery J, Chaney G, Frydenberg A, Isaacs D, Kelly P, Lampropoulos B, Raman S, Silove D, Smith M, Steel Z, Burgner D. Comprehensive Health Assessment for Newly Arrived Refugee Children in Australia. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2004;40(9):562-568. (IF=1.124)
  81. van der Oest AC, Kelly PM, Hood D.  The Changing Face of Tuberculosis Control in a Rural District of New Zealand. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2004;8(8):969-975. (IF=2.548)
  82. Morgan S, Kelly P.  Enhancing the population health capacity of General Practice: an innovative training model for GP registrars. Australian Family Physician 2004:33(6):473-74.
  83. Kelly PM, Scott L, Krause V. Tuberculosis in East Timorese refugees: implications for health care needs in East Timor.  International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2002;6(11):980-987. (IF=2.548)
  84. Kelly PM. Local problems, local solutions: improving tuberculosis control at the district level in Malawi. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2001;79(2):111-117. (IF=5.302)
  85. Kelly PM, Cumming RG, Kaldor JM.  HIV and tuberculosis in non-urban sub-Saharan Africa: a cohort study with two year follow-up. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1999; 93: 287-293. (IF=2.553)
  86. Kelly PM, Cumming RG, Kaldor JM, Irwig LM. A new, clinically based algorithm for the diagnosis of HIV in African tuberculosis patients: Cross-sectional analysis from Mzuzu, Malawi. International Journal of STD and AIDS. 1999; 10: 231-236. (IF=1.075)
  87. Kelly P, Burnham G, Radford C.  Human immunodeficiency virus seropositivity and tuberculosis in a rural Malawi hospital.  Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1990; 84: 725-729. (IF=2.553)
  88. Kelly P, Sullivan D, Bartsch M, Gracey M, Ridout S.  Evolution of obesity in young people in Busselton, Western Australia.  Medical Journal of Australia 1984; 141: 97-99. (IF=3.32)

 

Reviews, Editorials & Commentaries

  1. Kelly PM. Commentary on ‘Reminder systems and late patient tracers in the diagnosis and management of tuberculosis’ Evidence-based Child Health 2010; 5: 1248–1250.
  2. Kotsimbos T, Waterer G, Jenkins C, Kelly PM, Cheng AC, Hancox RJ, Holmes M, Wood-Baker R, Bowler S, Irving L, Thompson P. H1N1 Influenza 09: Australia and New Zealand’s Winter of Discontent. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2010;181(4):300-306. (IF=9.792)
  3. Ralph A, Anstey N, Kelly PM. Tuberculosis into the 2010s: is the glass half full? Clin Infect Dis 2009; 49: 574-583. (IF=8.266)
  4. Ralph A, Kelly PM, Krause VL. What’s new in TB? Australian Family Physician 2009;38 (8):578-585. (IF=0.73)
  5. Ralph A, Kelly PM, Anstey N. L-arginine and Vitamin D: novel adjunctive immunotherapies in tuberculosis. Trends in Microbiology 2008 Jul;16(7):336-344. (IF=6.894)
  6. Huppatz C, Durrheim D, Lammie P, Kelly P, Melrose W. Eliminating lymphatic filariasis – the surveillance challenge. (editorial) Tropical Medicine & International Health. 2008; 13(3): 292-294. (IF=2.328)
  7. Zwi AB, Grove NJ, Kelly PM, Gayer M, Ramos-Jimenez P, Sommerfeld J. Child health in armed conflict: time to rethink. Lancet 2006;367 (June 10):1886-1888. (IF-28.409)

 

Letters to the Editor (Research)

  1. Malakellis M, Hoare E, Sanigorski A, Crooks N, Allender S, Nichols M, Swinburn B, Chikwendu C, Kelly PM, Petersen S, Millar L. Authors response to Letter to the Editor ANZJPH 2017-220. Aust NZ J Pub Health 27 Dec 2017. DOI: 10.1111/1753-6405.12767.
  2. Cheng AC, Macartney KK, Waterer GW, Kotsimbos T, Kelly PM, Blyth CC. Reply to Skowronski and Chambers. Clin Infect Dis. 2017 Apr 19. doi: 10.1093/cid/cix376.[Epub ahead of print]
  3. Pengilley AJ, Kelly PM. Amanita phalloides poisoning and treatment with silibinin in the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales. Med J Aust. 2013 Nov 18;199(10):659-60.
  4. Cheng AC; FluCAN Investigators. Hospitalisation with confirmed influenza in a sentinel surveillance system in 2010 and 2011. Med J Aust. 2012 Aug 20;197(4):217.
  5. Kelly PM, Lokuge K, Vally H, Cameron AS. Australia needs a national centre for disease control. MJA 2010; 193 (10): 623-624. (IF=3.32)
  6. Kelly PM, Mercer GN, Glass K, Paine S. Author’s reply: Estimation of the reproduction number for 2009 pandemic influenza A(H1N1) in the presence of imported cases. Eurosurveillance Euro Surveill. 2010;15(29):pii=19623. Available online: http://www.eurosurveillance.org/ViewArticle.aspx?ArticleId=19623 
  7. Scotney A, Guthrie J, Lokuge K, Kelly PM. Just ask! Indigenous identification in primary care settings in the Australian Capital Territory. Med J Aust, 2010;192(10):609. (IF=3.32)
  8. Roper K, Michel C-E C, Kelly PM, Taylor HR. Prevalence of trachoma in Aboriginal communities in the Katherine Region of the Northern Territory in 2007. Med J Aust 2008;189 (7): 409. (IF=3.32)
  9. Ralph A, Kelly P. Paradoxical problems in tuberculosis research. Tuberculosis (Edinb). 2008;88(3): 271. (IF=2.536)
  10. Kelly PM. Wrong drug used in tuberculosis. The International Journal of the Union of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 1997;1(4):385. (IF=2.548)
  11. Kelly PM.  Human immunodeficiency virus and mortality from tuberculosis.  Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1996; 90: 90. (IF=2.553)

 

Books and Monographs

  1. Zwi AB, Martins J, Grove NJ, Wayte K, Martins N, Kelly P. Timor Leste health sector resilience and performance in time of instability. University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. August, 2007.    http://www.sphcm.med.unsw.edu.au/SPHCMWeb.nsf/resources/Resilience_Report.pdf/$file/Resilience_Report.pdf
  2. Oldenburg B, Kelly P, MacDougall C, O'Brien M, Zwi A, Ritchie J, Chenhall R, Wilson A. Building capacity to improve public health in Australia - Case studies of academic engagement. Australian Network of Academic Public Health Institutions, January, 2005.

 

Book Chapters

  1. Selgelid MJ, Kelly PM, Sleigh A. TB matters more. International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine, ed. Michael Boylan. International Public Health Policy and Ethics, Springer, Vol. 42, 2008. ISBN: 10.1007/978-1-4020-8617-5_14. Pages 233-247.
  2. Kelly P, Chenhall R, Miller A, Genat B, Anderson I. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health – Building on recently established foundations and linkages. In Oldenburg B, Kelly P, MacDougall C, O'Brien M, Zwi A, Ritchie J, Chenhall R, Wilson A. Building capacity to improve public health in Australia - Case studies of academic engagement. Australian Network of Academic Public Health Institutions, January, 2005, pages 51-69.
  3. Kelly PM.  Tuberculosis.  Pages 36-39 in Johnston F (ed) Tropical Health in the Top End an Introduction for Health Practitioners. Top End Division of General Practice. Darwin 2002.
  4. Kelly PM.  Mosquito-borne diseases.  Pages 44-47 in Johnston F (ed) Tropical Health in the Top End an Introduction for Health Practitioners. Top End Division of General Practice. Darwin 2002.

 

Published Abstracts

  1. Kelly PM, McPherson M, Lokuge K, Guthrie J, Cameron S, Vally H. Workforce impact of 20 years of the Masters of Applied Epidemiology training program in Australia. Australian Epidemiology Association Conference, Sydney, August-September 2010. Australian Epidemiologist 2010;17(2):66.
  2. Kelly PM, McPherson M, Lokuge K, Guthrie J, Cameron S, Vally H. Contributions of the Masters of Applies Epidemiology Program to the H1N1 Pandemic Response in Australia and the Region. Australian Epidemiology Association Conference, Sydney, August-September 2010. Australian Epidemiologist 2010;17(2):66.
  3. McPherson ME, Kelly PM, Lokuge K, Guthrie J, Cameron S, Vally H. The contribution of the Masters of Applied Epidemiology Program in applying research into public health practice Australian Epidemiology Association Conference, Sydney, August-September 2010. Australian Epidemiologist 2010;17(2):65.
  4. Maguire G, Anstey N, Kelly PM, Molanus B, Tchan M, Currie B. Quality of life assessment – validating in a remote Indigenous Australian and Indonesian setting. Proceedings of the Thoracic Society of Australia & New Zealand Annual Scientific Conference, Brisbane, 19-24 March, 2010. Respirology 2010;15(s1):20.
  5. Martins N, Kelly PM, Morris P. Nutritional enablers to enhance TB treatment adherence. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2008;12(suppl 1):S15.
  6. Kelly PM. Access to high quality TB diagnosis and treatment: an ethical perspective International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2008;12(suppl 1):S38
  7. Kelly P. Nutrition and TB: a research agenda. International Journal Of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2008;12(suppl 1):S15.
  8. Ralph A, Anstey NM, Kelly PM. Nutritional supplements as immune-modulators to improve TB treatment outcomes. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2008;12(suppl 1):S14.
  9. Martins N, Lal SS, Lopes SM, Kelly P, Heldal E, Thapa A. Setting up DOTS Plus in Timor-Leste: a model for resource-constrained settings. International Journal Of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2008;12(suppl 1):S156.
  10. Kelly PM, Martins N, Halpin S, Morris P. Food incentives to improve TB treatment outcomes: results of a randomised controlled trial in Timor-Leste. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2007;11(suppl 1):S245.
  11. Martins N, Kelly P, Zwi A.  Sustaining TB control in ongoing political conflict in Timor Leste. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2007;11(suppl 1):S99.
  12. Martins N, Morris P, Halpin S, Kelly PM. Adverse events during tuberculosis treatment in a high burden setting. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2007;11(suppl 1):S244.
  13. Martins N, Grace J, Kelly PM. An ethnographic study of the impact of local knowledge and attitudes on TB control in Timor Leste. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2007;11(suppl 1):S135.
  14. Kelly PM.  When the television images fade: sustaining TB control after complex humanitarian emergencies. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2005;9(suppl 1):S42.
  15. Lumb R, Ardian M,. Waramori G, Syahrial H, Tjitra E, Maguire GP, Anstey NM, Kelly PM.  Simplifying sputum transport for Mycobacterium tuberculosis drug resistance surveillance. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2005;9(suppl 1):S271.
  16. Kelly PM, Ardian M, Waramori G, Anstey NM, Syahrial H, Tjitra E, Bastian I, Maguire GP, Lumb R.  Tuberculosis drug sensitivity surveillance in Papua Province, Indonesia. International Journal Of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2005;9(suppl 1):S273.
  17. Grace J, Chenhall R, Kelly PM.  An anthropological exploration of endemic tuberculosis in a remote Aboriginal community in Northern Australia. International Journal Of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2004;8:S88.
  18. Kelly PM, Maguire G, Ardian M, Waramori G, Tjitra E, Kenengalam E, Handojo T, Anstey NM.  Pulmonary function in tuberculosis patients in a high- burden poorly-resourced setting: the Timika TB lung study. International Journal Of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2004;8:S131.
  19. Kelly PM, Lumb R, Pinto A, da Costa G, Sarmento J, Bastian I. Drug resistant tuberculosis in East Timor, 2000-2001. International Journal Of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 2003;7(suppl 2):S299.
  20. Kelly PM. You can make a difference: tuberculosis control in the age of HIV in Mzuzu, Malawi. International Union Of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases 1998; 2 (suppl 2): S286.

 

Non Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Kelly P. Editorial: Population health past, present and future. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2017; 6(2):1
  2. Kelly P. Editorial: Healthy ageing in the ACT. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2017; 6(1):1
  3. Kelly P. Editorial: Population health data. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2016; 5(4):1
  4. Kelly P. Editorial: immunisation. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2016; 5(3):1
  5. Kelly P. Editorial: emerging issues in population health. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2016; 5(2):1
  6. Kelly P. Editorial: environmental health hazards in the ACT. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2016; 5(1):1
  7. Kelly P.  Editorial: pharmaceutical regulation in the ACT. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2015; 4(4):1.
  8. Kelly P. Healthy eating initiatives in New York City, 2001-13. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2015; 4(3):4-7.
  9. Kelly P. Editorial: nutrition and health. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2015; 4(3):1.
  10. Kelly P, Packer S. Support for owners of ‘Mr Fluffy’ houses. Canberra Doctor June 2015, 4.
  11. Kelly P. Editorial: emerging infectious diseases. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2015; 4(2):1.
  12. Kelly P. Editorial: the health promotion grant program. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2015; 4(1):1.
  13. Kelly P. Editorial: tobacco control. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2014; 3(4):1.
  14. Kelly P. Editorial: food safety. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2014; 3(3):1.
  15. Kelly P. Editorial: public health research in the ACT. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2014; 3(2):1.
  16. Wilson A, Wutzke S, Kelly P. The Australian prevention partnership centre. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2014; 3(1):8-11.
  17. Kelly P. Editorial: obesity in the ACT. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2013; 2(4):1
  18. Kelly P. Obesity: A “wicked” population health problem for the ACT. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2013; 2(4):3-4.
  19. Kelly P. Editorial: air quality and health in the ACT. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2013; 2(3):1
  20. Kelly P. Editorial: workplace health promotion. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2013; 2(2):1
  21. Kelly P. Editorial: monitoring the health of the population. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2013; 2(1):1
  22. Kelly P. Editorial: public health preparations for summer. ACT Population Health Bulletin 2012; 1(2):1
  23. Kelly P. A message from the Chief Health Officer. ACT Population Health Bulletin, 2012; 1(1):1.
  24. Guthrie J, Dance PR, Kelly PM, Lokuge K, McPherson M, Faulkner S. Public  health capacity development through Indigenous involvement in the Master of Applied Epidemiology program - celebrations and commiserations. Australian Aboriginal Studies 2011/No. 2:102-111.
  25. Wild K, Kelly P, Martins J, Barclay L. (2009). Culture, Beliefs and Birth: An exploration of birthing practices in Timor-Leste. Proceedings of the Timor-Leste Health and Development Research Forum. Sydney: University of New South Wales.
  26.  Wild K, Barclay L, Kelly P. (2009) The Importance of Outreach Birthing Services: Lessons from the Implementation of Maternity Waiting Homes in Timor-Leste. Proceedings of Understanding Timor-Leste: A Research Conference. Canberra: Timor-Leste Studies Association.
  27.  Roper K, Skov S, Kelly PM.  The Palmerston Safe City project. NT Disease Control Bulletin, 2007(Dec); 14(4): 34-39.
  28.  Selgelid M, Kelly PM, Sleigh A. Tuberculosis, Ethics and globalisation. National Biosecurity Centre newsletter, Australian National University, Canberra, volume 1(1), June 2007:8-9.
  29.  Martins N, Grace J, Morris P. Kelly PM. The outcome of three and half years an operational research on tuberculosis control program in East Timor.  East Timor Medical Journal, 2, August 2006;1:7-10.
  30.  Kelly PM, Chenhall R.  A survey of public health graduates from Menzies School of Health Research. The Chronicle 2005;8(7):19-21.
  31. Zweck N, Fairley M, Kelly P, Krause V.  Traffickers of unauthorised arrivals to Australia: implications for tuberculosis control at the Darwin Correctional Centre. NT Disease Control Bulletin 2003 (Sept);10(3):15-24.
  32. Markey P, Kelly PM, Stewart D. Population health education for clinicians: project update. NT Disease Control Bulletin 2002 (June);9(2):24-26.
  33. Kelly P, Morgan S, Johnston F, Peacock D, Harrison C, Bailey R. The population health education for clinicians project. NT Disease Control Bulletin 2001 (June);8(2):23-24.
  34. Kelly P, Morgan S. GP registrars in CDC Darwin.  NT Disease Control Bulletin 2001 (March);8(1):3-4.

 

Guidelines and Manuals

  1. Sarmento J, Heldal E, Krause V, Zweck N, Kelly P (editors).  Manual of the National Tuberculosis Programme of Timor Lorosae.  Health Care Division, Caritas Dili & Division of Health Services, East Timor Transitional Authority, Dili, East Timor, March 2001.
  2. Martins N, Heldal E, Kelly P (editors).  Manual of the National Tuberculosis Programme of Timor Lorosae.  Health Care Division, Caritas East Timor, Dili, East Timor, January 2000.

 

Reports

  1. Kelly PM (editor). Australian Capital Territory 2016 Chief Health Officer’s Report Healthy Canberra. ACT Government Health Directorate, May 2016.
  2. Kelly PM. Comparing Obesity Prevention Interventions in Canberra and New York: Preliminary Report to the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene. Canberra, May 2015.
  3. Kelly PM, Greenfield J, Baker C, Freebairn L, Kee C (editors). Australian Capital Territory 2014 Chief Health Officer’s Report. ACT Government Health Directorate, June 2014.
  4. Kelly PM, Kee C, Baker C (editors). Australian Capital Territory 2012 Chief Health Officer’s Report. ACT Government Health Directorate, August 2012.
  5. Kelly PM, Mercer GN, Barry SI, Glass K, Hickson RI, Xu YC, Becker NG. Annotated bibliography on public health mitigation strategies for pandemic (H1N1) 2009 influenza; and evidence summary on school closure/exclusion and border measures. Report to the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, June 2010.
  6. Reynolds A, Roberts L, Hundy R, Kampen R, Becker N, Kelly PM. A Pilot Study Examining the Feasibility of Collecting Influenza Transmission Data from Households in the ACT. Final Report to the Seasonal Influenza Surveillance Strategy Working Group, April 2009.
  7. Wild K, Kelly P, Martins J, Barclay L. Culture, beliefs and birth: An exploration of birthing practices in Timor-Leste. Proceedings of the Timor-Leste Health and Development Research Forum. University of New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2009.
  8. Kelly PM. Curriculum re-development for the Indonesian Field Epidemiology Training Program. A report for World Health Organization, Jakarta, Indonesia, June, 2008.
  9. Wayte K, Barclay L, Kelly P. Improving access to care: birth facilities and maternity waiting homes in Timor-Leste. Charles University, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, 2007.
  10. Kelly PM, Sarmento J, Pinto A, Heldal E.  A pilot project for the treatment of multidrug resistant tuberculosis in Timor Leste.  Proposal to the Green Light Committee, World Health Organization, Geneva.  Dili, Timor Leste, May, 2005.
  11. Lumb R, Kelly PM.  Follow-up visit to sputum microscopy laboratories in Mimika District, Papua Province, Republic of Indonesia.  Report to the District Department of Health, Mimika District, Indonesia, July, 2004.
  12. Martins J, Martins N, Babo-Soares AP, Silva D, de Jesus RP, Kelly PM. The Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Malaria in Timor-Leste.  Report to the Minister of Health and the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria, Dili, June 2004.
  13. Kelly PM.  PNG Health Sector review and monitoring panel: Assessment of WHO TB Report No 5: July-December 2003. Report to AusAID, Darwin, June, 2004.
  14. Kelly PM.  Communicable Disease Epidemiology in the Northern Territory. Report to the Commonwealth Grants Commission on behalf of NT Department of Health and Community Services and NT Treasury, Darwin, September 2002.
  15. Kelly PM.  Using the Public Health National Education Framework: Experience from the Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin and some recommendations for the future. Report to ANAPHI, Canberra, August 2002.
  16. Kelly PM, Lumb R, Zweck N, Krause V, Bastian I.  Tuberculosis drug resistance prevention and treatment in East Timor. A report for the Minister for Health, Dili, East Timor, February, 2002.
  17. Kelly PM, Zweck N, Krause V.  Technical assistance to the East Timorese National TB Control Programme, final report to AusAID, January 2002, Darwin.
  18. Kelly PM.  Communicable Disease Epidemiology in the Northern Territory. Report to the Commonwealth Grants Commission on behalf of NT Department of Health and Community Services and NT Treasury, Darwin, August 2001.
  19. Kelly PM, Zweck N, Krause V.  Technical assistance to the East Timorese National TB Control Programme, six month report to AusAID, May 2001, Darwin.
  20. Kelly PM, Zweck N, Krause V.  The National TB Control Programme, Timor Loro Sa’e: Commissioned Reports to WHO, Vol I-VI, November 1999 – May 2000, Darwin.
  21. Kelly PM, Collins IS, Withnall K. AusAID intensive support for TB control in Indonesia: a commissioned report to the AusAID Technical Advisory Group, Canberra, February 2000.
  22. Pariera S, Collins IS, Withnall K, Kelly PM. The National TB Control Programme on Flores Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur Province, Indonesia. Commissioned report for WHO & AusAID, Kupang, August 1999.

 

Public Health Educational Materials

  1. Vally H, Sturrock C, Kelly PM. The Master of Applied Epidemiology curriculum. Australian National University, October, 2008.
  2. Kelly PM, McLaws M-L.  Communicable diseases in Health in Developing Countries, Masters of Public Health Course, University of New South Wales, 23rd & 30th August, 2005.
  3. Kelly PM, Martins N, Pinto A, Sarmento J. Seminar on TB for Clinicians. National TB Control Program, Dili, Timor-Leste, 2005.
  4. Lloyd J, Lin V, Kelly PM. Approaches to problems in Public Health. Menzies School of Health Research Public Health Coursework Program, 2004.
  5. Thomas D, Kelly PM. Introduction to Public Health. Menzies School of Health Research Public Health Coursework Program, 2003.
  6. Kelly PM, Vemuri R. International Health & the Global Economy. Menzies School of Health Research Public Health Coursework Program, 2002.
  7. Clarke L, Kelly PM. Applied Public Health skills. Menzies School of Health Research Public Health Coursework Program, 2002.
  8. Kelly P, Morgan S, Johnston F, Peacock D, Harrison C, Bailey R. Infectious Diseases. Module for The population health education for clinicians project. Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care, Canberra, September, 2001.
  9. Collins IS, da Costa G, Sarmento J, Kelly PM. Training course for TB managers. National TB Control Program, Dili, East Timor, 2001.
  10. Kelly PM, Sarmento J, da Costa G, da Costa F, Krause V. TB for Clinicians. National TB Control Program, Dili, East Timor, 2000.
  11. Kelly PM, Johnston F. Epidemiology and Control of Communicable Diseases. Menzies School of Health Research Public Health Coursework Program, 1998 (revised 2002).
  12. Kelly PM (editor and convenor). Lay Course in Tropical Medicine, Department of Community Health, University of Sydney, 1996.

 

Conference and Workshop Presentations

  1. Kelly P. Regulatory framework for medicinal cannabis in Australia and the ACT. Medicinal Cannabis: Policy & Practice Seminar, Canberra, 21 November, 2017.
  2. Kelly P. Chief Health Officer address. Ministerial Forum on healthy and active living. Canberra, 6 November, 2017.
  3. Kelly P. The health of the ACT Population. ACT Population Health Forum, Canberra, 10 April, 2017.
  4. Kelly P. The ACT Healthy Weight Initiative. World Leaders Dialogue - Exploring systems approaches to chronic disease prevention. 15th World Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, 3 April, 2017.
  5. Kelly P. A decision-maker’s perspective. Panel discussion: The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre: An experiment in researchers and decision-makers partnering to prevent chronic disease. 15th World Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, 5 April, 2017.
  6. Kelly P. Building the compelling case for prevention – what policy makers need. The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre modelling workshop 1, Canberra, 27 February 2017.
  7. Kelly P. Epidemiologically-led public health action. Australian Epidemiology Association Conference (invited opening plenary address). Canberra, 15 September, 2016.
  8. Kelly P. Risk perception and risk communication in public health practice. Australasian Radiation Protection Society Conference (invited opening plenary address). Canberra, 6 October, 2015.
  9. Kelly P. Whole of government, population-level interventions to prevent obesity: lessons from New York City during the Bloomberg era. Australian Population Health Congress 2015, Hobart, Tasmania, 7 September, 2015.
  10. Kelly P. Environmental approaches to healthy weight in two city-states: comparing Canberra & New York City. Australian Population Health Congress 2015, Hobart, Tasmania, 9 September, 2015 (invited workshop presentation).
  11. Kelly PM. Cities and water – a public health challenge. ACT Water Matters Conference. Australian Water Association, Canberra, 10 June 2015. (Invited speaker)
  12. Kelly PM. Building coalitions of the willing: lessons on government action in obesity prevention from New York City. The Australian Prevention Partnership Investigators Forum, Sydney, 27 April 2015. (invited speaker)
  13. Kelly PM. Who will rid me of these troublesome eggs? Annual OzFoodNet Conference, Canberra 15 October, 2013. (invited speaker)
  14. Kelly PM. Toxic fat is clogging up the system: who can intervene to reverse the obesity epidemic? Hunter New England 2013 Quality and Scientific Program, Newcastle NSW, 21 August 2013. (invited plenary speaker)
  15. Kelly PM. Leading through change. The Australian Public Sector Young Leaders Conference 2013, Australian School of Applied Management, Canberra, 7 August, 2013. (invited plenary speaker)
  16. Kelly PM. Whole of government action on preventive health: developing the ACT healthy weight initiative in 5 “easy” steps. Australian National Preventive Health Agency, Canberra, 25 July 2013. (invited speaker to the advisory board meeting)
  17. Kelly PM, Cheng A, Kotsimbos T & the FluCAN investigators. Sentinel surveillance of hospitalisations for influenza: the FluCAN Network. Communicable Disease Control Conference, Canberra, 4-6 April, 2011.
  18. Cheng A, Kelly PM, Kotsimbos T & the FluCAN investigators. Effectiveness of H1N1/09 monovalent and trivalent influenza vaccines against hospitalization with confirmed influenza in Australia. Communicable Disease Control Conference, Canberra, 4-6 April, 2011.
  19. Kelly PM. Opening address: breaking down the borders between hospitals and the community approaches to communicable disease control.  Infection Control Conference, Canberra, 25 March 2011.
  20. Kelly PM.  Chairman’s opening address. TEPHINET 6th Global Scientific Conference, Cape Town, South Africa 13 December 2010.
  21. Kelly PM, McPherson M, Lokuge K.  Curriculum development and assessment in field epidemiology training programmes. TEPHINET 6th Global Scientific Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 13 December 2010.
  22. Kelly PM. Nutritional interventions to aid prevention of active TB disease. Second meeting of the WHO Nutrition Guidance Expert Advisory Group (NUGAG), Amman, Jordan, 16-18 November, 2010. (Chair of nutrition and TB sub-group)
  23. Kelly PM, Lonnroth K. Developing a global guideline for nutritional support to improve the health status of TB patients. 41st World Conference on Lung Health, International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, Berlin, Germany, 11-15 November, 2010. (Symposium coordinator & chair)
  24. Kelly P. FluCAN: Establishing a Sentinel Surveillance System for Hospitalised Adult Patients with Influenza or Pneumonia in a pandemic. (Invited Plenary Speaker) Thoracic Society of Australia & New Zealand Annual Scientific Conference, Brisbane, 23 March, 2010.
  25. Kelly PM, Kotsimbos T, Cheng A and Reynolds A. The Influenza Complications Alert Network (FLuCAN). National Health and Medical Research Council influenza H1N1(09) workshop, Canberra, 10-11 December, 2009.
  26. Kelly PM. The H1N1 novel virus pandemic in Australia & New Zealand 2009: what have we learnt and what do we need to know? National Centre for Biosecurity, Australian National University, 16 November 2009.
  27. Kelly PM. Food incentives for TB treatment completion in Timor Leste: lessons for global policy in tuberculosis control. Scoping meeting on TB and nutrition, 2-4 November, 2009, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.
  28. Kelly PM. The MAE’s contribution to Australia’s public health capacity. Master of Applied Epidemiology Showcase, Australian National University, Canberra, 13 March, 2009.
  29. Kelly PM. Respiratory Diseases in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The Indigenous Health Forum, Australian National University, Canberra, 11 September 2008. (plenary speaker)
  30. Kelly PM. The MAE: Enhancing field epidemiology in Australia and the region. Master of Applied Epidemiology Showcase, Australian National University, Canberra, 13 March, 2008.
  31. Kelly PM. Public health and ethical challenges in tuberculosis treatment and control. International Conference on ethics and infectious diseases, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom, 4 July, 2007 (invited plenary speaker)
  32. Kelly PM.  Australia is not an island: regional endemic diseases with outbreak potential. Communicable Diseases Control Conference, Canberra, 14-15 March, 2007. (invited plenary presentation)
  33. Kelly PM.  Respiratory Diseases in Indigenous Australians. The Indigenous Health Forum, Australian National University, 14 September 2006. (plenary speaker)
  34. Kelly PM.  Epidemiology, infectious disease & Australia’s regional engagement. Masters of Applied Epidemiology Conference, National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health, The Australian University, Canberra, 16 March 2006 (Plenary speaker)
  35. Kelly PM.  Children, conflict & communicable diseases. WHO/TDR Workshop: Infectious Diseases among Children in Conflict Situations: Risk, Resilience and Response, Manila, Philippines, 9-13th January 2006. (invited international plenary presentation)
  36. Kelly PM.  The health implications of the “populate or perish” policy.  Refugee Resettlement Conference, University of NSW, Sydney, NSW, 24-26 November, 2005.
  37. Kelly PM.  TB studies in Timor-Leste 1999-2005. First national health research seminar: Building health research capacity in Timor-Leste. Dili, 13th June 2005.
  38. Martins JM, Silva DD, Guterres A, Soares AB, Martins N, de Jesus RP, Pinto JT, Kelly PM.  Developing public health capacity in Timor Leste. 36th APACPH Annual Conference, Brisbane, Australia 1-3 December 2004.
  39. Martins N, Grace J, Kelly PM.  Tuberculosis control in Timor Leste: an example of health service reconstruction in a  post-conflict setting 36th APACPH Annual Conference, Brisbane, Australia 1-3 December 2004
  40. Kelly PM, Martins N, Silva DD, Guterres A, Soares AB, de Jesus RP, Pinto JT, Grace J, Martins JM. The knowledge, attitudes and practice on malaria in East Timor. 36th APACPH Annual Conference, Brisbane, Australia 1-3 December 2004.
  41. Martins J, Soares AB, Martins N, de Jesus RP, Guterres A, Grace J, Kelly PM.  The knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) on malaria in East Timor.  Ministry of Health/Global Fund for AIDS, TB and malaria, Dili, East Timor, 6 July 2004.
  42. Kelly P.  Drug sensitivity testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from treatment failure patients living in East Timor.  Annual Scientific Meeting, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Canberra, 17-19 May, 2004.
  43. Kelly P.  Australian based research informing policy in international health: tuberculosis control in East Timor. Annual Scientific Meeting, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Canberra, 17-19 May, 2004.
  44. Martins N, Kelly PM, Grace J, Zwi A.  The reconstruction of TB health services in a post-conflict setting.  Post-Conflict Symposium, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 22-23 September, 2003.
  45. Kelly PM. Tuberculosis research. Indonesian National Institute for Health Research & Development seminar, Jakarta, Indonesia, June 2003.
  46. van der Oest C, Kelly PM, Hood D. The changing face of TB in a rural district of New Zealand. Annual Scientific Meeting, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Hobart, May 2003.
  47. Kelly PM, Chenhall R.  Public health education in the Northern Territory: a focus on Indigenous and remote health.  PHERP Innovations Conference, Canberra, May, 2003.
  48. Kelly PM. Tuberculosis. Indonesian Medical Association, Timika branch symposium, Papua Province, Indonesia, February 2003.
  49. Vemuri R, Kelly PM. Introducing Holistic Health Impact Assessments. The International Association of Impact Assessment Conference, The Hague, Netherlands, June 2002.
  50. da Costa G, Kelly PM.  Competency based training for TB workers in East Timor. Northern Territory Communicable Disease Control Annual Conference, Darwin, September, 2001.
  51. Morgan S, Kelly PM.  Primary care meets public health: GP registrars in CDC. Northern Territory Communicable Disease Control Annual Conference, Darwin, September, 2001.
  52. Kelly PM.  TB in East Timor in the transition to independence: public health challenges and responses. Northern Territory Communicable Disease Control Annual Conference, Darwin, September, 2001.
  53. Kelly P, Krause V, Scott L. Tuberculosis in East Timorese refugees evacuated to Darwin, September 1999.  Annual Scientific Meeting, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Sydney, May 2001.
  54. Kelly PM. Policies and practice in the NTP.  Second National TB Seminar, National TB control Program, Dili, East Timor, March 2001.
  55. Kelly P, Zweck N, Krause V. Out of despair, hope: a National Tuberculosis Control Programme for Timor Lorosae.  Conflict and violence in Indonesia and East Timor: implications for Australia, Northern Australian Research Unit, Darwin, December, 2000.
  56. Kelly P.  TB and HIV: looking globally, preparing locally. Remote Area Nurses AIDS/STD Conference, Darwin, September, 2000.
  57. Kelly P.  A year in East Timor. Northern Territory Communicable Disease Control Annual Conference, Katherine, September, 2000.
  58. Kelly PM. National TB control program of Timor Loro Sa’e.  First National TB Seminar, National TB control Program, Dili, East Timor, January 2000.
  59. Kelly P. The national TB control manual.  First National TB Seminar, National TB control Program, Dili, East Timor, January 2000.
  60. Kelly PM.  Screening and tuberculosis. Refugee health for General Practitioners Workshop, Darwin, November, 1999.
  61. Kelly P, Collins IS, Withnall K, Anstey N, Krause V. The AusAID/WHO Indonesian TB programme: A model for regional public health cooperation? In: Program & Abstracts of the 31st annual conference. Public Health Association of Australia, 1999, 28.
  62. Collins IS, Kelly P. The Indonesian national tuberculosis program: A multilateral health partnership – a postcard from the field. In: Program & Abstracts of the 31st annual conference. Public Health Association of Australia, 1999, 28.
  63. Kelly P. Public protection, private pain: Revisiting the refugee screening debate. In: Program & Abstracts of the 31st annual conference. Public Health Association of Australia, 1999, 67.
  64. Di Francesco M, Kelly P. Best practice for community based diagnosis of nodal TB in the Northern Territory In: Program & Abstracts of the 31st annual conference. Public Health Association of Australia, 1999, 85.
  65. Kelly PM.  TB and HIV. Northern Territory Centre for Communicable Diseases annual conference, Alice Springs, September, 1998
  66. Kelly PM. TB and HIV in Malawi, Africa. 2nd National Conference on Tuberculosis, Public Health Association of Australia, Sydney, November 1997.
  67. Kelly PM. TB in the age of HIV in Malawi, Africa. Annual Scientific Meeting, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Auckland, May 1997. (Winner of the Gerry Murphy Prize for the best presentation by a public health trainee).
  68. Kelly PM. TB in the age of HIV in Malawi, Africa. New South Wales Branch, Australasian Faculty of Public Health Physicians, Sydney, April 1997. (Winner of competition to select the NSW representative for the Gerry Murphy Prize presentation in Auckland).
  69. Kelly PM, Cumming RG, Kaldor JM.  HIV and tuberculosis in non-urban sub-Saharan Africa: a cohort study with two year follow-up.  XI International Conference on AIDS, Vancouver, July 7-12, 1996.  Abstract Volume 2, ThC.333, p 234.
  70. Kelly PM. The Mzuzu TB/HIV study. Malawi Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, Blantyre, Malawi, 1994.
  71. Kelly PM. The Mzuzu TB/HIV study update. Malawi Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, Lilongwe, Malawi, 1993.

 

Seminar Presentations

  1. Kelly P. Obesity and population health. RACP ACT Seminar, Canberra, 3 October, 2017.
  2. Kelly P. expert panel member, ACT Heart Foundation cardiovascular research symposium, University of Canberra, 5 May, 2017.
  3. Kelly PM. Local challenges in immunisation. Immunisation seminar for ACT clinicians, Canberra, 23 August 2016.
  4. Kelly PM. Immunisation in the ACT. Immunisation seminar for ACT clinicians, Canberra, January 2016.
  5. Kelly PM. Influenza update. Immunisation seminar for ACT clinicians, Canberra, 26 March, 2015.
  6. Kelly PM. Whole of government approaches to obesity prevention: lessons from Canberra and New York City. Food Standards Australia and New Zealand, Canberra, 14 April, 2015.
  7. Kelly PM. Executive Session: Whole of government approaches to obesity prevention: lessons from Canberra and New York City. Menzies Centre for Health Policy, Australian National University, Canberra, 11 March, 2015.
  8. Kelly PM. Comparing obesity prevention initiatives in Canberra and New York City. Canberra, 26 November, 2014.
  9. Kelly PM. Preliminary report on the COPI-CANY study to New York Department of Health & Mental Hygiene. Gotham Centre, Queens, New York City, 10 October, 2014
  10. Kelly PM. Influenza update. Immunisation seminar for ACT clinicians, National Arboretum, Canberra, 18 March, 2014.
  11. Kelly PM. Cancer in the ACT. ACT Local Hospital Network Advisory Council. Canberra, 18 February, 2014.
  12. Kelly PM. Whole of government action in preventive health: towards zero growth healthy action plan. Population Health Seminar The Canberra Hospital, 26 November, 2013.
  13. Kelly PM. Influenza update. Immunisation seminar for practitioners, University of Canberra, 13 Feb 2013.
  14. Kelly PM. The 2012 ACT Chief Health Officer’s Report. The Canberra Hospital Grand Rounds, 26 September, 2012.
  15. Kelly PM. Whole of government action on preventive health. Population Health Seminar Series, Canberra, 18 October, 2012.
  16. Kelly PM. Population health in the ACT: past, present and future. Centre for Public Health Practice presentation, The Canberra Hospital, 27 June, 2011.
  17. Kelly PM. Hot topics in immunisation: influenza, rotavirus & intussusceptions. Immunisation Seminar for practitioners, Canberra, 30 March, 2011.
  18. Kelly PM. FluCAN: Sentinel Surveillance System for Hospitalised Adult Patients with Influenza or Pneumonia. Seminar, National Centre for Biosecurity and Infectious Diseases, Upper Hutt, New Zealand, 23 September, 2010. 
  19. Kelly P.  Movers, shakers and windows of opportunity: research informing policy and practice in communicable disease control in two countries. Research and policy seminar series, NCEPH, ANU, 11 May, 2010.
  20. Kelly P. The MAE: Australia’s Field Epidemiology Training Program. Seminar, Centres for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 19 April 2010 (international invited speaker)
  21. Kelly PM. Lessons from the H1N1 novel virus pandemic response in Australia & New Zealand 2009. European Centre for Communicable Diseases, Stockholm, 30 October 2009 (international invited speaker)
  22. Kelly PM. Field epidemiology & the H1N1 novel virus pandemic in Australia & New Zealand 2009. Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, 23 October 2009 (international invited speaker)
  23. Kelly PM. H1N1 influenza. RSMM Seminar Series, Timika, Papua Province, Indonesia, 24 June, 2009.
  24. Kelly PM. The Master of Applied Epidemiology: Australia’s Field Epidemiology Training Program. Weekly seminar, Environmental Science and Research, Kenepuru Campus, Wellington, New Zealand, 30 April, 2009.
  25. Kelly PM. Tuberculosis studies in Timika. RSMM Seminar Series, Timika, Papua Province, Indonesia, 16 August, 2007.
  26. Kelly PM. Clinical TB in Timor Leste & Indonesia. Infectious Diseases Seminar, The Canberra Hospital, Canberra, 26 July, 2007.
  27. Kelly PM. TB research in Indonesia & Timor Leste. NCEPH Seminar Series, ANU, Canberra, 10 May, 2007.
  28. Kelly PM.  Collaborative TB research in Timika, Papua Province: three years of success and future directions.  National Institute for Health Research and Development, Department of Health, Jakarta, Indonesia, 13 August, 2006.
  29. Kelly PM.  TB research in Timika, 2003-06. Public Health & Malaria Control Seminar, Timika, Papua Province, Indonesia. 25 May, 2006.
  30. Kelly PM. Engaging with the region: Seven years of policy relevant TB research in Indonesia & East Timor. Menzies research seminar, Darwin, 3 April 2006.
  31. Kelly PM.  Tuberculosis in East Timor and Indonesia.  Grand Rounds, Liverpool Hospital, Sydney, NSW, 6th October, 2005.
  32. Kelly PM. Engaging the region: policy relevant tuberculosis research in East Timor and Indonesia 1999-2005. Research seminar, School of Population Health & Community Medicine, University of NSW, Sydney, NSW,
  33. Kelly PM.  Clinical and health services research in tuberculosis in East Timor and Indonesia.  Research seminar, George Institute, Sydney, NSW. 24th August, 2005.
  34. Kelly PM.  The Timika TB lung study: clinical and public health messages.  Clinical seminar, Rumah Sakit Mitra Masyarakat grand rounds, Timika, Papua, Indonesia, 16th December, 2004.
  35. Kelly P.  Operational research in East Timor and Papua Province, Indonesia. Tuberculosis Section Seminar, WHO, Geneva, 4 November, 2004.
  36. Kelly P.  CHATA funded studies on tuberculosis in Papua, Indonesia.  CHATA Seminar Series, Sydney, 27 July 2004.
  37. Kelly PM.  The Timika TB lung study. Rumah Sakit Mitra Masyarakat grand rounds, Timika, Papua, Indonesia, October 2003.
  38. Price R, Kenengalem E, Kelly PM, Anstey NA. The Timika Tropical Health Research Unit. Menzies research seminar, Darwin, March 2004.
  39. Lumb R, Kelly PM. The importance of laboratory services in TB control. Public Health & Malaria Control Department, Timika, Papua, Indonesia, July 2003.
  40. Kelly PM. The Timika TB lung study. Menzies School of Health Research Seminar, Darwin, July 2003.
  41. Lumb R, Leahy M, Kelly PM, Yamin G. Tuberculosis Community Development Course, Indonesia-Australia Specialised Training Project, Jakarta, June 2003.
  42. Kelly PM. Global epidemiology of multi-drug resistant TB. Rumah Sakit Mitra Masyarakat grand rounds, Timika, Papua, Indonesia, May 2003.
  43. Kelly PM, Vemuri R. Income inequality and health. Social Determinants Seminar Series, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal and Tropical Health, Darwin, April 2002.
  44. O’Reilly B, Kelly PM. Menzies education division update. Menzies School of Health Research Seminar, February, 2002.
  45. Kelly PM, Morgan S. Population health education for clinicians. General Practice Registrars workshop, Darwin, August 2001.
  46. Kelly PM. Tuberculosis in East Timor in the transition to independence: clinical and public health challenges and responses. Royal Darwin Hospital/Menzies School of Health Research grand rounds, Darwin, July 2001.
  47. Kelly P. Six months in Timor Loro Sa’e. Royal Darwin Hospital/Menzies School of Health Research grand rounds, Darwin, June 2000.
  48. Kelly PM, Johnston F.  Mosquito-borne outbreak scenario. Northern Territory Communicable Disease Control Outbreak Workshop, Darwin, April, 2000.
  49. Kelly PM, Collins IS, Withnall K. The MSHR/WHO/AusAID/Depkes Intensified TB project in Indonesia. Menzies School of Health Research Forum, July, 1999.
  50. Kelly PM.  TB drug resistance survey in Indonesia: background and sample size calculations. Menzies School of Health Research Forum, February, 1999

 

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