Cramb, SM, Duncan, EW, Baade, PD, & Mengersen, KL. (2018). Investigation of Bayesian spatial models. Cancer Council Queensland and Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane.
(This is a technical report about the scientific methodology and model selection (Incidence) for the Australian Cancer Atlas, which can be accessed here.)
Duncan EW, Cramb SM, Aitken JF, Mengersen KL, Baade PD. Development of the Australian Cancer Atlas: spatial modelling, visualisation, and reporting of estimates. Int J Health Geogr. 2019;18(1):21. Published 2019 Oct 1. (Available at https://ij-healthgeographics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12942-019-0185-9)
- Roberts JL, Cramb SM, Baade PD, Mengersen KL, 2016. Communicating Statistical Outputs Through Health Maps. Brisbane: Cancer Council Queensland and Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
- Roberts JL, Cramb SM, Baade PD, Mengersen KL, 2016. Grey Literature Review: Internet Published Cancer Maps. Brisbane: Cancer Council Queensland and Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
- Cramb SM, Duncan EW, White NM, Baade PD, Mengersen KL, 2016. Spatial Modelling Methods. Brisbane: Cancer Council Queensland and Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
New Zealand Ministry of Health: development of a NZ cancer atlas
NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Prostate Cancer Survivorship (CRE-PCS)
The liver cancer statistics from the Atlas has been used in the National Viral Hepatitis Mapping Report by the Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity
Duncan, Cramb, White, Baade, Mengersen. NZ Cancer Atlas Short Course. Brisbane. 19-22 November, 2018
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare have published cancer incidence, mortality and screening statistics (actual counts and rates) by geographical areas larger than the SA2 level used in the Australian Cancer Atlas. These geographical areas include Primary Health Networks (PHN), SA4s, SA3s, Population Health Areas, State by remoteness, state and territory and Greater Capital City Statistical Area (GCCSA).