Publications

  • Bailie R, Si D, Connors C, Weeramanthri T, Clark L, Dowden M, O’Donohue L, Condon J, Thompson S,  Clelland N, Nagel T, Gardner K, Brown A. Study protocol: Audit and Best Practice for Chronic Disease Extension (ABCDE) Project. BMC Health Services Research August, 2008.
  • Bailie R, Sibthorpe S, Gardner K, Si D. Quality Improvement in Indigenous primary health care: history, current initiatives and future directions. Special Edition August 2008: Australian Journal of  Primary Health.
  • Dance, P., Faulkner, S. Geddes, S.  Evaluation of ‘Engaging our mob’ training. 2011. ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment. [report] (n.b. report is not in the public domain but see the 'intouch' newsletter for more information (pdf, 1.14 MB))
  • Gardner , K. Ethical Conduct in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research [report]
  • Gardner K, Bailie R, Si D, O’Donoghue L, Kennedy C, Liddle H, Cox R, Kwedza R, Jennifer Hains J, Dowden M, Fittock M, Connors C, Burke H, Beaver C.  Reorienting primary health care for addressing chronic conditions in remote Australia and the South Pacific: review of evidence and lessons from an innovative quality improvement process. in press. Australian Journal of Rural Health Special edition on Innovation,  2011.
  • Gardner K, Dowden M, Togni S, Bailie R Understanding uptake of continuous quality improvement in Indigenous primary health care: lessons from a multi-site case study of the Audit and Best Practice for Chronic Disease (ABCD) project. Implementation Science 2010, 5:21
  • Guthrie J, R Lovett, P Dance, C Ritchie & J Tongs. 2010. “Where’s your country?” New approaches for working with problematic alcohol use amongst Indigenous Australians in an urban setting. Australian Aboriginal Studies. 2010/1:100-107
  • Guthrie, J & P Dance. 2011. The 2010 Inmate Health Survey: returning the favour. In touch, July 2.
  • Guthrie J, Dance P, 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, Dec 2011. [in Press]
  • Jowsey, T., Yen, L., Ward, N.J., McNab, J., Usherwood, T. and the SCIPPS Team. It hinges on the door: use of time and spaces create community interactions in Australian Aboriginal primary health care services. Health Sociology Review [in Press]
  • Jowsey, T., Yen, L., Aspin, C., Ward, N.J & the SCIPPS Team. “People I can call on”: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experiences of chronic illness. Community Report. Serious and Continuing Illness Policy and Practice Study, Menzies Centre for Health Policy 2011: Canberra [report]
  • Lovett R, J Fisher, F Al-Yaman, P Dance & H Vally. 2008. A review of Australian health privacy regulation regarding the use and disclosure of identified data to conduct data linkage. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 32:282-5
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Erick W, Scott R, Akee A, Maher L. (on behalf of the Indigenous Resiliency Project). (in press). Young Indigenous Australian’s sexually transmitted infection prevention practices: A Community-based Participatory Research project. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology.
  • Mooney-Somers, J., Olsen, A., Erick, W., Scott, R., Akee, A., Kaldor, J., & Maher, L. (on behalf of the Indigenous Resiliency Project). (2011) Learning from the past: young Indigenous people’s accounts of blood-borne viral and sexually transmitted infections as resilience narratives. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 13(2): 173 - 186.
  • Mooney-Somers, J., Olsen, A., Erick, W., Scott, R., Akee, A. & Maher, L. (2009) Sexual health through the eyes of Indigenous youth: Community-Based Participatory Research with young Indigenous people in Townsville. National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW.
  • Si, D, Bailie R, Shannon C, Semmens J, Rowley K, Scrimgeour D, Nagel T, Anderson I, Connors C,  Weeramanthri T, Thompson S, McDermott R, Burke B, Moore E, Leon D, Weston R, Grogan H, Stanley A, Gardner K: Study protocol: National Research Partnership to Improve Primary Health Care Performance and Outcomes for Indigenous Peoples. BMC Health Services Research 2010, 10:129
  • Ward, N.J., Jowsey, T., Haora, P. Aspin, C., Yen, L. With good intentions: complexity in unsolicited informal support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. A qualitative study.BMC Public Health 2011, 11, 686:1-8 Available at: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/11/686.
  • Thurber, K. 2013. Analyses of anthropometric data in the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children and methodological implications.
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Erick W, Scott R, Akee A, Maher L. (on behalf of the Indigenous Resiliency Project). (2012). Young Indigenous Australian’s sexually transmitted infection prevention practices: A Community-based Participatory Research project. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 22(6): 519–532.
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Erick W, Scott R, Akee A, Kaldor J & Maher L. (on behalf of the Indigenous Resiliency Project). (2011) Learning from the past: young Indigenous people’s accounts of blood-borne viral and sexually transmitted infections as resilience narratives. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 13(2): 173 - 186.
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Erick W, Scott R, Akee A & Maher L. (2009) Sexual health through the eyes of Indigenous youth: Community-Based Participatory Research with young Indigenous people in Townsville. National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW.

Presentations

 

  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Scott R, Akee A, Kaldor J & Maher L. Through our eyes: Young Indigenous people’s blood borne and sexually transmitted infection prevention practices. CRAIH Aboriginal Health Research Conference. Sydney: April 2011 (oral).
  • Olsen A. Unlearning Research Practices: Developing and Implementing a Feasibility Pilot on Hepatitis B within a Remote Aboriginal Australian Community. International Conference on Health, Wellness and Society, Berkeley, USA: January 2011 (oral).
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Scott R, Akee A & Maher L. Questions of pragmatism in Community-based Participatory Research with an Indigenous community. Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research (ACSPRI) Social Science Methodology Conference, Sydney: December 2010 (oral).
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Scott R, Akee A & Maher L. Learning from the past: Indigenous young people’s accounts of sexually transmitted infections as resilience narratives. Making Sense of: Health, Illness & Disease, Oxford: September 2010 (oral).
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Scott R, Akee A & Maher L. Participation, authenticity and rhetoric: Community-based Participatory Research with an Australian Indigenous community. Vital signs: Engaging research imaginations, Manchester: September 2010 (oral).
  • Olsen A & Maher L. Liver Spots: A study of hepatitis C knowledge, treatment and health care among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. 7th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference, Melbourne: September 2010 (poster presentation).
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Scott R, Akee A & Maher L. Learning from the past: Indigenous young people’s accounts of sexually transmitted infections as resilience narratives. Making Sense of: Health, Illness & Disease, Oxford: September 2010 (oral).
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Topp L & Maher L. It’s all in the nose: Knowledge exchange in the field. The ANU Master of Applied Epidemiology Program: Indigenous Health Research, Practice and Policy Day, Canberra: 31 August 2010 (oral).     
  • Mooney-Somers J, Olsen A, Erick W, Williams J, Scott R, Terare H, Kaldor J & Maher L (on behalf of the Indigenous Resiliency Project Australian Steering committee), Using Community-Based Participatory Research to examine Indigenous young people’s resilience to blood borne and sexually transmitted infections, 10th Annual Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference, Vancouver, 8-10 October, 2009 (oral).

 

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