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Papers from 2017
2017 Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts 22.
Maternity services for rural and remote Australia: barriers to operationalising national policy, Jo Longman, Jude Kornelsen, Jen Pilcher, Sue Kildea, Sue Kruske, Stefan Grzybowski, Sarah Robin, Margaret Rolfe, Deborah A. Donoghue, Geoffrey G. Morgan, and Lesley Barclay
2017 Health Policy 121:11 1161-1168.
Papers from 2016
Reconceptualising risk: perceptions of risk in rural and remote maternity service planning, Lesley Barclay, Jude Kornelsen, Jo Longman, Sarah Robin, Sue Kruske, Sue Kildea, Jennifer Pilcher, Tanya Martin, Stefan Grzybowski, Deborah Donoghue, Margaret Rolfe, and Geoff Morgan
2016 Midwifery 38 63-70.
Dignity of Australian Aboriginal men, Stuart Barlo
Improving knowledge and behaviours related to the cause, transmission and prevention of Tuberculosis and early case detection: a descriptive study of community led Tuberculosis program in Flores, Indonesia, Christa Dewi, Lesley Barclay, Megan Passey, and Shawn Wilson
2016 BMC Public Health 16.
An asset-based intervention with Tuberculosis groups in rural Indonesia villages: overview and lessons learned, Christa Dewi, Lesley Barclay, Shawn Wilson, and Megan Passey
2016 Community Development Journal.
Good CoPs and bad CoPs: facilitating reform in first-year assessment via a Community of Practice, Catherine Howlett, Michael J. Arthur, and Jo-Anne Ferreira
2016 Higher Education Research and Development 35:4 741-754.
Building cultural bridges and two-way understanding: working with Australian Aboriginal people within mainstream renal services, Elizabeth F. Rix, Charles Moran, Russell Kapeen, and Shawn Wilson
2016 Renal Society of Australasia 12:1 12-17.
Decolonizing methodologies: can relational research be a basis for renewed relationships?, Shawn Wilson and Monica E. Mulrennan
2016 Living knowledge community of practice, Concordia University.
Papers from 2015
Ceremony at a boundary fire: a story of Indigenist knowledge, Dawn Hill Adams, Shawn Wilson, Ryan Heavy Head, and Edmund W. Gordon
2015 The Conversation.
Healing Aboriginal men, Stuart Barlo
2015 Indigenous Men's Conference 2015.
Men more than a door mat, Stuart Barlo
2015 We Can Be Heroes Men's Conference, Lismore, NSW, June.
Yarning is more than just a research method, Stuart Barlo
2015 Research in Science, Engineering and Environment (RISE) conference.
Yarning - more than just data collection method, Stuart Barlo
Spontaneous self-practice of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) by Aboriginal counsellors during and following CBT training: a retrospective analysis of facilitating conditions and impact, James Bennett-Levy, Shawn Wilson, Jeff Nelson, Darlene Rotumah, Kelleigh Ryan, Wayne Budden, Janelle Stirling, and Dean Beale
2015 Australian Psychologist 50:5 329-334.
Admissions for chronic ambulatory care sensitive conditions: a useful measure of potentially preventable admission?, Jo M. Longman, Megan E. Passey, Dan P. Ewald, Elizabeth F. Rix, and Geoffrey G. Morgan
2015 BMC Health Services Research 15.
ARBI Toolkit: A resource for planning maternity services in rural and remote Australia, Jo Longman, Jennifer Pilcher, Geoff Morgan, Margaret Rolfe, Deborah A. Donoghue, Sue Kildea, Sue Kruske, Stefan Grzybowski, Jude Kornelsen, Jeremy Oats, and Lesley Barclay
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health practitioners propose alternative clinical supervision models, Jeffrey R. Nelson, James Bennett-Levy, Shawn Wilson, Kelleigh Ryan, Darlene Rotumah, Wayne Budden, Dean Beale, and Janelle Stirling
2015 International Journal of Mental Health 44:1-2 33-45.
Avoiding the costly crisis: synthesizing evidence from Aboriginal haemodialysis patients and their service providers to inform delivery of renal services in rural NSW to Aboriginal people, Elizabeth F. Rix
2015 2015 Mid North Coast Research Conference: The future of health is in your hands: research driving better outcomes.
2015 American Indigenous Research Association: 2015 Meeting.
The perspectives of Aboriginal patients and their health care providers on improving the quality of hemodialysis services: a qualitative study, Elizabeth F. Rix, Lesley Barclay, Janelle Stirling, Allison Tong, and Shawn Wilson
2015 Hemodialysis International 80-89.
Conducting a research ceremony, or how to catch fish, Shawn Wilson
2015 The 2015 meeting of the American Indigenous Research Association.
Writing up Indigenist research, Shawn Wilson
2015 Indigenous Reading Group, Pacific Lutheran University.
Is it Indigenist research or participatory action research? critical reflections on implementing paradigm into practice, Shawn Wilson and James Bennett-Levy
2015 The Eleventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.
Indigenous methodologies and the construction of new critical qualitative inquiry, Shawn Wilson, Robert Rinehart, Aitor Gomez, Pamela Zapata, and Cesar Antonio Cisneros-Puebla
2015 Eleventh Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois.
Papers from 2014
Letter to the editor: removing incongruence - or academic assimilation?, Craig Dalton and Shawn Wilson
2014 International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 8:2 248-249.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of ICQI: Indigenous methodologies as a way of social transformation, Aitor Gomez Gonzalez, Donna Mertens, Claudio Moreira, Patrick J. Lewis, Margaret Kovach, Consuelo Chapela, Shawn Wilson, and Thomas Schwandt
2014 The Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.
Can CBT be effective for Aboriginal Australians? Perspectives of Aboriginal practitioners trained in CBT, Bennett-Levy James, Shawn Wilson, Jeff Nelson, Janelle Stirling, Kelleigh Ryan, Darlene Rotumah, Wayne Budden, and Dean Beale
2014 Australian Psychologist 49:1 1-7.
Publish or perish: strategies to help rural early career researchers increase publication output, Jennifer Johnston, Shawn Wilson, Elizabeth F. Rix, and Sabrina Pit
2014 Rural and Remote Health 14:2870.
Identifying maternity services in public hospitals in rural and remote Australia, Jo Longman, Jennifer M. Pilcher, Deborah A. Donoghue, Margaret I. Rolfe, Sue V. Kildea, Sue Kruske, Jeremy J.N. Oats, Geoffrey G. Morgan, and Lesley M. Barclay
2014 Australian Health Review 38:3 337-344.
Aboriginal practitioners offer culturally safe and responsive CBT: response to commentaries, Jeff Nelson, Kelleigh Ryan, Darlene Rotumah, James Bennett-Levy, Wayne Budden, Janelle Stirling, Shawn Wilson, and Dean Beale
2014 Australian Psychologist 49:1 22-27.
‘Beats the alternative but it messes up your life’: Aboriginal people's experience of haemodialysis in rural Australia, Elizabeth F. Rix, Lesley Barclay, Janelle Stirling, Allison Tong, and Shawn Wilson
2014 BMJ Open 4:9.
Improving renal services for Aboriginal people in rural NSW: avoiding the 'costly' crisis, Elizabeth F. Rix, L Barclay, J Stirling, A Tong, and S Wilson
2014 Celebrating the positive impact of nursing & midwifery on health care.
They put funerals and family in front of their dialysis?: a qualitative study of service provider's perspectives on service delivery for Aboriginal people receiving haemodialysis in rural NSW, Elizabeth F. Rix, L Barclay, J Stirling, A Tong, and S Wilson
2014 42nd Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) National Conference 2014.
Can a white nurse get it? ‘Reflexive practice’ and the non-Indigenous clinician/researcher working with Aboriginal people, Elizabeth F. Rix, L Barclay, and S Wilson
2014 Rural and Remote Health 14:2.
An open forum on Indigenous research methodologies, Shawn Wilson
2014 Indigenous Research Methods, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Knowledges and Social Work.
Research is ceremony: conversation with Dr Shawn Wilson, Shawn Wilson
2014 Afternoon Roundtable.
Research is ceremony: Indigenous research methods, Shawn Wilson
2014 Red River College Blog written by Applied Research.
2014 Harry Daniels Indigenous Governance Distinguished Lecture Series.
Why research is ceremony, Shawn Wilson
2014 International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.
What is Indigenist research and how can Indigenist research promote change, Shawn Wilson and Frances Westley
2014 Kinomaagwinan Maamwaye, Exploring Indigenist Methodologies and Social Innovation..
Papers from 2013
Fractured culture: educare as a healing approach to Indigenous trauma, Tanietta Delauney
2013 The International Journal of Science in Society 4.
Influences on the degree of preterm birth in New South Wales, Deborah Donoghue, Douglas Lincoln, and John Beard
2013 Australian and New Zealand Journal of Publich Health 37:6 562-567.
Processes and outcomes for a successful engagement between a medical school and a remote indigenous community in North Queensland Australia, Glenda Duffy, Simone J. Ross, Torres S. Woolley, Sundram Sivamalai, Donald Whaleboat, and Adrian Miller
2013 Rural and Remote Health 13.
Legal practitioners working more effectively with Aboriginal clients: promising new cultural competency training by Legal Aid NSW, Loretta Kelly, Antony Barac, Scott Hawkins, and Stuart Barlo
2013 Indigenous Law Bulletin 8:5 3-7.
Service providers’ perspectives, attitudes and beliefs on health services delivery for Aboriginal people receiving haemodialysis in rural Australia: a qualitative study, Elizabeth F. Rix, Lesley Barclay, Shawn Wilson, Janelle Stirling, and Allison Tong
2013 BMJ Open 3:10.
Improving renal services for Aboriginal people with end-stage kidney disease in rural NSW, Elizabeth F. Rix, L Barclay, J Stirling, A Tong, and S Wilson
2013 NSW Rural Health and Research Congress 2013.
Conducting research in Indigenous communities, Shawn Wilson
2013 Selkirk College.
2013 Pacific Lutheran University.
2013 Mir Lecture Series, Mir Centre for Peace, Selkirk College.
Using Indigenist research to shape our future, Shawn Wilson
2013 Decolonizing Social Work 311-322.
Using Indigenous research methodologies, Shawn Wilson
2013 University of Regina.
2013 American Indigenous Research Association Conference.
Nayo way in ik issi: a family practice of Indigenist research informed by land, Shawn Wilson and Alexandria Wilson
2013 Indigenous pathways into social research: voices of a new generation.
Indigenous perspectives on the desired attributes of medical graduates practising in remote communities: a Northwest Queensland pilot study, Torres Woolley, Sundram Sivamalai, Simone Ross, Glenda Duffy, and Adrian Miller
2013 Australian Journal of Rural Health 21:2 90-96.
Papers from 2012
When financial incentives do more good than harm: a checklist: rapid responses, Sabrina Pit, Vibeke Hansen, Peter Honeyman, Lesley Barclay, and Deborah A. Donoghue
2012 BMJ 345.
How feasible are lifestyle modification programs for disease prevention in general practice?, Heile Schütze, Elizabeth F. Rix, Rachel A. Laws, Mahnaz Franaian, and Mark F. Harris
2012 Australian Journal of primary health 18:2 129-137.
2012 Office of Aboriginal Initiatives and the Office of the Vice-President Academic and Research, Nipissing University.
Indigenist research, Shawn Wilson
2012 Community Presentation.
Indigenist research and the Sami, Shawn Wilson
2012 University of Tromso.
CBT works for Aboriginal people, doesn’t it?, Shawn Wilson, J Bennett-Levy, and J Nelson
2012 35th Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy National Conference.
How sanctioning traditional knowledge may promote fundamentalism, Shawn Wilson and Alexandria Wilson
2012 International Indigenous Development Research Conference 2012.
Papers from 2011
Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander communities and the development of pandemic influenza containment strategies: community voices and community control, Peter D. Massey, Adrian Miller, Sherry Saggers, David N. Durrheim, Richard Speare, Kylie Taylor, Glenn Pearce, Travis Odo, Jennifer Broome, Jenni Judd, Jenny Kelly, Magdalena Blackley, and Alan Clough
2011 Health Policy 103:2/3 184-190.
2011 Design Issues 27:4 68-80.
2011 American Indian College Fund, Bihoosh'ahh Retreat.
Building an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health toolkit through action research and formal training in CBT, Shawn Wilson, J Stirling, J Bennett-Levy, and J Nelson
2011 3rd Coalition for Research to Improve Aboriginal Health (CRIAH) Aboriginal Health Research Conference.
Papers from 2010
Trauma transgenerational transfer and effects on community wellbeing, Judy Atkinson, Jeffrey Nelson, and Caroline Atkinson
2010 Working together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health and wellbeing principles and practice 135-144.
Small area estimation of sparse disease counts using shared component models-application to birth defect registry data in New South Wales, Australia, Arul Earnest, John R. Beard, Geoff Morgan, Douglas Lincoln, Richard Summerhayes, Deborah A. Donoghue, Therese Dunn, David Muscatello, and Kerrie Mungerson
2010 Health & Place 16:4 684-693.
Denatured spirit: neo-colonial social design, Norm Sheehan, Janine Dunleavy, Tamar Cohen, and Sean Mitchell
2010 The Havoc of capitalism: publics, pedagogies and environmental crisis 99-116.
Papers from 2009
The establishment of the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, Deborah A. Donoghue and David J. Henderson-Smart
2009 Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 45:7-8 400-404.
Health care for Indigenous Australians, Adrian Miller
2009 Understanding the Australian health care system 131-142.
2009 3rd Rural Health Research Colloquium.
Papers from 2008
2008 Psychology and Indigenous Australians: effective teaching and practice 103-123.
Turning dreams into nightmares and nightmares into dreams, Judy Atkinson and Glenn Woods
2008 Borderlands 7:2.
Does observer bias contribute to variations in the rate of retinopathy of prematurity between centres?, Brian A. Darlow, Mark J. Elder, L John Horwood, Deborah A. Donoghue, David J. Henderson-Smart, and Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network
2008 Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology 36:1 43-46.
Research is ceremony: Indigenous research methods, Shawn Wilson
Papers from 2007
Drug use in the family: impacts and implications, Sharon Dawe, Sally Frye, David Best, Derran Moss, Judy Atkinson, Chris Evans, Mark Lynch, and Paul Harnett
2007 Australian National Council on Drugs.
Prenatal predictors of mortality in very preterm infants cared for in the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, N Evans, J Hutchinson, J M. Simpson, Deborah A. Donoghue, B Darlow, and D Henderson-Smart
2007 Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition 92:1 F34-F40.
Papers from 2006
Intimate partner abuse and Indigenous peoples, Judy Atkinson
2006 Intimate partner abuse and health professionals: new approaches to domestic violence 197-212.
Prenatal predictors of chronic lung disease in very preterm infants, D J. Henderson-Smart, J L. Hutchinson, Deborah A. Donoghue, N J. Evans, J M. Simpson, and I Wright
2006 Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition 91:1 F40-F45.
Papers from 2005
What's needed to increase research capacity in rural primary health care?, L Barnett, L Holden, Deborah A. Donoghue, M Passey, and H Birden
2005 Australian Journal of Primary Health 11:3 45-53.
Variation in rates of severe retinopathy of prematurity among neonatal intensive care units in the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, B A. Darlow, J L. Hutchinson, J M. Simpson, D J. Henderson-Smart, Deborah A. Donoghue, N J. Evans, and Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network
2005 The British Journal of Ophthalmology 89:12 1592-1596.
Prenatal risk factors for severe retinopathy of prematurity among very preterm infants of the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, Brian A. Darlow, Jolie L. Hutchinson, David J. Henderson-Smart, Deborah A. Donoghue, Judy M. Simpson, and Nicholas J. Evans
2005 Pediatrics 115:4 990-996.
Papers from 2004
Report of the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, 2002, Deborah Donoghue and Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network
Papers from 2003
Outcomes for high risk New Zealand newborn infants in 1998-1999: A population based, national study, A E. Cust, B A. Darlow, and Deborah A. Donoghue
2003 Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition 88:1 F15-F22.
Improved outcomes for very low birthweight infants: evidence from New Zealand national population based data, B A. Darlow, A E. Cust, and Deborah A. Donoghue
2003 Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition 88:1 F23-F28.
Report of the Australian & New Zealand Neonatal Network, 2001, Deborah Donoghue and Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network
Papers from 2002
Report of the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, 2000, Deborah Donoghue and Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network
Papers from 2001
The exclusive use of continuous positive airways pressure to ventilate babies of the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network during 1998, Deborah A. Donoghue, A E. Cust, and Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network
2001 Proceedings of Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand 5th Annual Congress.
Report of the Australian & New Zealand Neonatal Network, 1999, Deborah Donoghue and Anne Cust
Papers from 1999
Australian & New Zealand Neonatal Network, 1996-1997, Deborah A. Donoghue
Australian & New Zealand Neonatal Network, 1998, Deborah Donoghue and Anne Cust
Papers from 1998
Use of systematic reviews of randomised trials by Australian neonatologists and obstetricians, Christopher FC Jordens, Penelope Hawe, Les M. Irwig, David J. Henderson-Smart, Margaret Ryan, Deborah A. Donoghue, Roger G. Gabb, and Ian S. Fraser
1998 Medical Journal of Australia 168:6 267-270.