This project has developed a framework to investigate the potential health effects of coal seam gas activities.

The framework is based on community stakeholder, governmental, expert consultation group, and industry input and is designed to ensure that research into possible health effects associated with coal seam gas activity is both scientifically robust and meets community expectations.

Reports and papers

Human Health Effects of Coal Seam Gas Activities – A Study Design Framework PDF 2 MB

This report ‘Human Health Effects of Coal Seam Gas Activities – A Study Design Framework’ is the final report from GISERA’s Health Project (H.1). The study design project focuses on a review of the state of knowledge about health impacts of CSG activity, identification of gaps in the knowledge base, and development of a framework that can be used to design a study to address identified gaps.
The framework produced in the study design project will be used to develop proposals for the implementation of a future study, or studies.

Final Report, January 2018.

Extras

Human health and CSG development: a framework to investigate possible health effects PDF 305 KB

This fact sheet outlines a framework developed through the project which is designed to ensure that research into possible health effects associated with coal seam gas activity is both scientifically robust and meets community expectations.

Factsheet, February 2018.

Project Progress

This project is now complete.

Project proposal PDF 745 KB

A detailed description of the project, budget and research milestones.

Project order, November 2016.

Progress report PDF 728 KB

The project outline, any variations and research progress.

Progress report, February 2018.

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