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Obesity Health Policy Agenda Setting in Australia

Hilal Salim Al Shams and Abdullah Ghthaith Almutairi

Global Journal of Health Science, 2021, vol. 13, issue 3, 138

Abstract: The prevalence of obesity is rising rapidly in Australia. This issue can be a priority for agenda setting, by using the Hall and Kingdon models. Furthermore, the current policy may need to be reviewed or updated because of the high prevalence of obesity and the rate of death.

Date: 2021
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