Professor Stephanie Short

Diploma in Physiotherapy,Sydney Bachelor of Arts (H1), UNSW Masters of Science (Economics), Bedford College, University of London PhD, UNSW
Head, Discipline of Behavioural & Social Sciences in Health

C43J - J Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9036 7374
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Biographical details

Professor Stephanie Short is Head of the Discipline of Behavioural & Social Sciences in Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, the University of Sydney. Under her supervision, she has guided PhD students and junior academic staff from diverse backgrounds, with former students and staff now fulfilling senior positions in academe, government and industry.

She has chaired reviews, working parties and conferences, and in 2010 she was elected to the Board of the Sociology of Health Research Committee of the International Sociological Association, for an eight-year term.

Professor Stephanie Short is Convenor of HealthGov, an international research network that brings together researchers, health professionals and regulators to provide ideas and evidence to underpin good practice, safer practice and improved access to health care. She is a member on the Editorial Committee of 'Health Sociology Review' and the 'Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management'. In 2012 she was awarded a visiting research position at the Brocher Foundation in Geneva, Switzerland, and she has successfully secured competitive grants over the years ($5 million), currently anARC Discovery grant to investigate ?How Australians Navigate the Healthcare Maze: The Different Capacity to Choose?.

Teaching and supervision

  • Undergraduate, Unit of Study Convenor, “Health Care Resources and Systems”
  • Guest Lectures in the Bachelor of Health Sciences, Health Care & Public Policy
  • Supervised Doctoral students in principal and associate roles, within the context of health governance, public policy and access and equity in healthcare

Themes

Health Systems and Global Populations

Selected grants

2013

  • International Workshop of Social Transformation and International Migration Research Network Workshop at the University of Sydney; Castles S, Boucher A, Crock M, Inglis C, Rosewarne S, Short S, McClure W, Delgado Wise R, Icduygu A, Lee H, Fozdar F, Vasta E, Jakubowicz A, Collins J, Mansouri F, De Haas H, Kirisci K, Seol D, Manderson R, Bakewell O, Piper N; DVC International/IPDF Grant.
  • Improving equity in oral health: supporting the sustainable development of the oral health role of community health personnel.; Walker D, Short S, Tennant M; DVC International/IPDF Grant.
  • How Australians navigate the healthcare maze: the differential capacity to choose; Willis K, Short S, Collyer F, Harley K, Gabe J, Calnan M; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • How Australians navigate the healthcare maze: the differential capacity to choose; Willis K, Short S, Collyer F, Harley K, Gabe J, Calnan M; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2012

  • Navigating from Below: Patients Shaping Health Systems to Address NCDs; Short S, Harley K; Worldwide Universities Network/Research Support.

2011

  • Building International Research Collaboration to Strengthen Primary Health Care Governance in South; Short S, Harley K; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

2010

  • Building an Ethical and Sustainable Model for Health Professional Recruitment to Australia: A Case Study of the Philippines; Short S, Nardi B, Sampford C, Hawthorne L, Sampford C; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2009

  • Capacity Building to Strenghten Health Workforce Governance and Managmement in Indonesia; Short S, Soem T; Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID)/Public Sector Linkages Program (PSLP) Asia.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Palmer, G., Short, S. (2014). Health Care and Public Policy: An Australian Analysis (5th edition). South Yarra: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Palmer, G., Short, S. (2010). Health Care and Public Policy: An Australian Analysis (4th edition). South Yarra, Victoria, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

Edited Books

  • Short, S., MacDonald, F. (2012). Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients. Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Book Chapters

  • Collyer, F., Harley, K., Short, S. (2014). Money and markets in Australia’s healthcare system. Sold Off: Markets, Rights and Power in Australian Social Policy. Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Pacey, F., Harley, K., Veitch, C., Short, S. (2012). A national scheme for health practitioner registration and accreditation: the case of Australia. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 163-181). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Short, S., Thabrany, H., Dimitrov Hadjiev, V., Ilyas, Y., Iredale, R., Lubis, F., Thongyoo, S., Harley, K. (2012). Good doctors, Safer patients, Improved Access: the case of Indonesia. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 77-96). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Short, S., McDonald, F. (2012). The health workforce governance continuum: improved access, good practice, safer patients. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 3-11). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Journals

  • Marcus, K., Short, S., Nardi, B. (2014). "Hardworkers": Filipino Nurses' professional practice in Queensland. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 9(1), 28-34.
  • Veronesi, G., Short, S., Harley, K., Dugdale, P. (2014). Governance, transparency and alignment in the COAG 2011 National Health Reform Agreement. Australian Health Review, accepted Jan 2014.
  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S., Spencer, J., Watkins, K. (2014). Overseas-qualified dentists' experiences and perceptions of the Australian Dental Council assessment and examination process: the importance of support structures. Australian Health Review, 38(4), 412-419. [More Information]
  • Walker, D., Tennant, M., Short, S. (2013). An exploration of the priority remote health personnel give to the development of the Indigenous Health Worker oral health role and why: Unexpected findings. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21(5), 274-278. [More Information]
  • Short, S. (2013). From the Age of Aquarius to the Era of Economic Rationalism: Health Sociology in Australia, 1963-2013. Nexus, , 6-8.
  • Short, S. (2013). Global health workforce alliance. Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA), In Touch, 30(11), 15-16.
  • Parer, J., Harley, K., Aird, R., Collyer, F., Cook, P., Dellemain, J., Hart, B., Rodriguez, L., Short, S. (2013). Teaching health sociology in Australia. Nexus, 25(3), 12-18.
  • Short, S., Hawthorne, L., Sampford, C., Marcus (nee Verma), K., Ransome, W. (2012). Fillipino Nurses down under: Fillipino nurses in Australia. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 7(1), 7-13.
  • Harley, K., Willis, K., Gabe, J., Short, S., Collyer, F., Natalier, K., Calnan, M. (2011). Constructing health consumers: Private health insurance discourses in Australia and the United Kingdom. Health Sociology Review, 20(3), 306-320.
  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S. (2011). Is the concept of ethics misplaced in the migration of Indian trained dentists to Australia? The need for better international cooperation in dentistry. Indian Journal of Dental Research, 22(6), 866-868. [More Information]
  • Walker, D., Tennant, M., Short, S. (2011). Listening to indigenous health workers: Helping to explain the disconnect between policy and practice in oral health role development in remote Australia. Health Education Journal, 70(4), 400-406. [More Information]
  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S. (2011). The Commonwealth as a custodian of dental migratory ethics: views of senior oral health leaders from India and Australia. International Dental Journal, 61(5), 281-286. [More Information]
  • Short, S. (2010). Symposium, Doctors, Drugs and Devices; Too much for that: a social critique of medical technology in late modernity. Australian Review of Public Affairs.
  • Pacey, F., Short, S., Harley, K. (2010). The Patel case and its consequences for health workforce governance in Australia (letter to editor). BMJ: British Medical Journal.
  • Mathews, B., Goddard, C., Lonne, B., Short, S., Briggs, F. (2009). Developments in Australian laws requiring the reporting of suspected child sexual abuse. Children Australia, 34(3), 18-23.
  • McDonald, F., Yoganingrum, A., Purwaningrum, F., Ariani, D., Short, S. (2009). Evidence-based decision making to strengthen local governance: nutritional health interventions in Bantul and Gunungkidul. AIGRP Policy Briefs, , 1-18.
  • Short, S., Thabrany, H., Ilyas, Y., Lubis, F., Iredale, R., Hadjiev, V. (2008). Managing the medical workforce. AIGRP Policy Briefs, , 1-14.
  • Aldrich, R., Zwi, A., Short, S. (2007). Advance Australia Fair: Social democratic and conservative politicians' discourses concerning Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and their health 1972-2001. Social Science and Medicine, 64(1), 125-137. [More Information]
  • Short, S., Dimitrova Toneva, Z., Dimitrov Hadjiev, V. (2007). On the inequitable impact of universal health insurance: The experience of Bulgaria in transition. Health Sociology Review, 16(2), 130-145.
  • Liang, Z., Short, S., Howard, P., Brown, C. (2006). Centralised Control and Devolved Responsibilities: personal experiences of senior health executives on the implementation of the area health management model in New South Wales, 1990-1999. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 1(2), 44-50.
  • Boxall, A., Short, S. (2006). Political economy and population health: Is Australia exceptional? Australia and New Zealand Health Policy, 3, 6-1-6-4. [More Information]
  • Liang, Z., Short, S., Brown, C. (2006). Senior health managers in the new era: changing roles and competencies in the 1990s and early 21st century. Journal of Health Administration Education, 23(3), 281-301.
  • Liang, Z., Short, S., Lawrence, B. (2005). Healthcare reform in New South Wales 1986-1999: using the literature to predict the impact on senior health executives. Australian Health Review, 29(3), 285-291.
  • Guy, L., Short, S. (2005). Rehabilitation of workers with musculoskeletal injury and chronic pain. Health Sociology Review, 14(1), 77-83.
  • Short, S. (2004). Fat is a fairness issue. Griffith Review, 4(Making Perfect Bodies), 1-6.
  • De Voe, J., Short, S. (2003). A shift in the historical trajectory of medical dominance: The case of Medibank and the Australian doctors' lobby. Social Science and Medicine, 57(2), 343-353.
  • Taggart, A., Short, S., Barclay, L. (2000). 'She Has Made Me Feel Human Again': An Evaluation of a Volunteer Home-based Visiting Project for Mothers. Health and Social Care in the Community, 8(1), 1-8.
  • Hart, B., Sainsbury, P., Short, S. (1998). Whose Dying? A Sociological Critique of the 'Good Death'. Mortality, 3(1), 65-77.

Conferences

  • Short, S. (2013). Health Sociology in Australia, 1963-2013: From the Age of Aquarius to the Era of Economic Rationalism. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference, Melbourne, Australia: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
  • Harley, K., Marcus (nee Verma), K., Willis, K., Short, S., Collyer, F. (2013). Navigating Australias healthcare maze: analysis of newspaper messages, 2011-2013. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference, Melbourne, Australia: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
  • Pacey, F., Harley, K., Veitch, C., Short, S. (2012). A case study of health workforce change in Australia. ISA Forum on Sociology, Social Justice and Democratization, Argentina.
  • Short, S., Lincoln, M., Cumming, S., Llewellyn, G. (2012). The Health Sciences Learning Revolution at the University of Sydney: How to achieve large scale change in pedagogical practice, structure and services. 9th National Allied Health Australia Conference, Australia: Allied Health Professions Australia.
  • Harley, K., Short, S. (2011). Developing an international comparative framework for primary health care governance. Menzies Centre Conference for Health Policy Emerging Health Policy 2011, Sydney, Australia: Menzies Centre for Health Policy.
  • Pacey, F., Harley, K., Veitch, C., Short, S. (2011). Great expectations: the national registration and accreditation scheme and the continuing evolution of health workforce governance in Australia. Health System Reform in Asia Conference 2011, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Harley, K., Willis, K., Short, S., Collyer, F., Gabe, J., Calnan, M. (2011). Navigating public/private healthcare boundaries: choice and healthcare capital. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.
  • Harley, K., Gabe, J., Willis, K., Short, S., Collyer, F., Natalier, K., Calnan, M. (2011). Partnership with the state: private health insurance in the United Kingdom and Australia. 2011 The British Sociological Association Annual Conference, United Kingdom: The British Sociological Association.
  • Short, S., Marcus (nee Verma), K. (2011). Phillipino nurses down under. Health System Reform in Asia, sydney University: Sydney University.
  • Marcus (nee Verma), K., Short, S., Harley, K. (2010). Global Chain of care: Social causes, private lives. TASA Annual Conference 2010, Australia: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
  • Collyer, F., Short, S., Harley, K., Willis, K., Bandyopadhyay, M. (2010). Social Values, Private Health Insurance. Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Australia: Australian Sociological Association.
  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S. (2009). Brain drain, brain circulation, brain exportation: a case of Indian dentists migrating to Australia. International Sociological Association Research Committee on Sociology of Health Mid-term Conference ISA RC15 2009, Spain: International Sociological Association.
  • Purwaningrum, F., Yaniasih, Y., Tri Lastiwi, D., Yoganingrum, A., Ariani, D., McDonald, F., Short, S. (2009). Translating Scientific Knowledge to Policy: Comparison of Barriers of Evidence Based Decision Making in Bantul and Gunungkidul. Panitia Seminar Nasional 2009, Indonesia.

Report

  • Short, S., Dalton, M., Henderson, L., Domalewski, D., Amsters, D. (2006). Capacity building in community rehabilitation education – a review of the literature.
  • Short, S., Howard, P., Brown, C. (2005). Evaluation of the Logan Area Division of General Practice After Hours Service.

Other

  • Short, S. (2013), Book Review; Mapping the Sociology of Health and Medicine: America, Britain and Australia Compared.
  • Short, S. (2005), Compliance, Community Participation and Consumerism: A Sociologist's Contribution to Health Policy Analysis.

2014

  • Marcus, K., Short, S., Nardi, B. (2014). "Hardworkers": Filipino Nurses' professional practice in Queensland. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 9(1), 28-34.
  • Veronesi, G., Short, S., Harley, K., Dugdale, P. (2014). Governance, transparency and alignment in the COAG 2011 National Health Reform Agreement. Australian Health Review, accepted Jan 2014.
  • Palmer, G., Short, S. (2014). Health Care and Public Policy: An Australian Analysis (5th edition). South Yarra: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Collyer, F., Harley, K., Short, S. (2014). Money and markets in Australia’s healthcare system. Sold Off: Markets, Rights and Power in Australian Social Policy. Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S., Spencer, J., Watkins, K. (2014). Overseas-qualified dentists' experiences and perceptions of the Australian Dental Council assessment and examination process: the importance of support structures. Australian Health Review, 38(4), 412-419. [More Information]

2013

  • Walker, D., Tennant, M., Short, S. (2013). An exploration of the priority remote health personnel give to the development of the Indigenous Health Worker oral health role and why: Unexpected findings. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21(5), 274-278. [More Information]
  • Short, S. (2013), Book Review; Mapping the Sociology of Health and Medicine: America, Britain and Australia Compared.
  • Short, S. (2013). From the Age of Aquarius to the Era of Economic Rationalism: Health Sociology in Australia, 1963-2013. Nexus, , 6-8.
  • Short, S. (2013). Global health workforce alliance. Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA), In Touch, 30(11), 15-16.
  • Short, S. (2013). Health Sociology in Australia, 1963-2013: From the Age of Aquarius to the Era of Economic Rationalism. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference, Melbourne, Australia: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
  • Harley, K., Marcus (nee Verma), K., Willis, K., Short, S., Collyer, F. (2013). Navigating Australias healthcare maze: analysis of newspaper messages, 2011-2013. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Conference, Melbourne, Australia: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
  • Parer, J., Harley, K., Aird, R., Collyer, F., Cook, P., Dellemain, J., Hart, B., Rodriguez, L., Short, S. (2013). Teaching health sociology in Australia. Nexus, 25(3), 12-18.

2012

  • Pacey, F., Harley, K., Veitch, C., Short, S. (2012). A case study of health workforce change in Australia. ISA Forum on Sociology, Social Justice and Democratization, Argentina.
  • Pacey, F., Harley, K., Veitch, C., Short, S. (2012). A national scheme for health practitioner registration and accreditation: the case of Australia. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 163-181). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Short, S., Hawthorne, L., Sampford, C., Marcus (nee Verma), K., Ransome, W. (2012). Fillipino Nurses down under: Fillipino nurses in Australia. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 7(1), 7-13.
  • Short, S., Thabrany, H., Dimitrov Hadjiev, V., Ilyas, Y., Iredale, R., Lubis, F., Thongyoo, S., Harley, K. (2012). Good doctors, Safer patients, Improved Access: the case of Indonesia. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 77-96). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Short, S., MacDonald, F. (2012). Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients. Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Short, S., Lincoln, M., Cumming, S., Llewellyn, G. (2012). The Health Sciences Learning Revolution at the University of Sydney: How to achieve large scale change in pedagogical practice, structure and services. 9th National Allied Health Australia Conference, Australia: Allied Health Professions Australia.
  • Short, S., McDonald, F. (2012). The health workforce governance continuum: improved access, good practice, safer patients. In S. Short and F. McDonald (Eds.), Health Workforce Governance: Improved Access, Good Regulatory Practice, Safer Patients, (pp. 3-11). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

2011

  • Harley, K., Willis, K., Gabe, J., Short, S., Collyer, F., Natalier, K., Calnan, M. (2011). Constructing health consumers: Private health insurance discourses in Australia and the United Kingdom. Health Sociology Review, 20(3), 306-320.
  • Harley, K., Short, S. (2011). Developing an international comparative framework for primary health care governance. Menzies Centre Conference for Health Policy Emerging Health Policy 2011, Sydney, Australia: Menzies Centre for Health Policy.
  • Pacey, F., Harley, K., Veitch, C., Short, S. (2011). Great expectations: the national registration and accreditation scheme and the continuing evolution of health workforce governance in Australia. Health System Reform in Asia Conference 2011, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S. (2011). Is the concept of ethics misplaced in the migration of Indian trained dentists to Australia? The need for better international cooperation in dentistry. Indian Journal of Dental Research, 22(6), 866-868. [More Information]
  • Walker, D., Tennant, M., Short, S. (2011). Listening to indigenous health workers: Helping to explain the disconnect between policy and practice in oral health role development in remote Australia. Health Education Journal, 70(4), 400-406. [More Information]
  • Harley, K., Willis, K., Short, S., Collyer, F., Gabe, J., Calnan, M. (2011). Navigating public/private healthcare boundaries: choice and healthcare capital. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.
  • Harley, K., Gabe, J., Willis, K., Short, S., Collyer, F., Natalier, K., Calnan, M. (2011). Partnership with the state: private health insurance in the United Kingdom and Australia. 2011 The British Sociological Association Annual Conference, United Kingdom: The British Sociological Association.
  • Short, S., Marcus (nee Verma), K. (2011). Phillipino nurses down under. Health System Reform in Asia, sydney University: Sydney University.
  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S. (2011). The Commonwealth as a custodian of dental migratory ethics: views of senior oral health leaders from India and Australia. International Dental Journal, 61(5), 281-286. [More Information]

2010

  • Marcus (nee Verma), K., Short, S., Harley, K. (2010). Global Chain of care: Social causes, private lives. TASA Annual Conference 2010, Australia: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).
  • Palmer, G., Short, S. (2010). Health Care and Public Policy: An Australian Analysis (4th edition). South Yarra, Victoria, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Collyer, F., Short, S., Harley, K., Willis, K., Bandyopadhyay, M. (2010). Social Values, Private Health Insurance. Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, Australia: Australian Sociological Association.
  • Short, S. (2010). Symposium, Doctors, Drugs and Devices; Too much for that: a social critique of medical technology in late modernity. Australian Review of Public Affairs.
  • Pacey, F., Short, S., Harley, K. (2010). The Patel case and its consequences for health workforce governance in Australia (letter to editor). BMJ: British Medical Journal.

2009

  • Balasubramanian, M., Short, S. (2009). Brain drain, brain circulation, brain exportation: a case of Indian dentists migrating to Australia. International Sociological Association Research Committee on Sociology of Health Mid-term Conference ISA RC15 2009, Spain: International Sociological Association.
  • Mathews, B., Goddard, C., Lonne, B., Short, S., Briggs, F. (2009). Developments in Australian laws requiring the reporting of suspected child sexual abuse. Children Australia, 34(3), 18-23.
  • McDonald, F., Yoganingrum, A., Purwaningrum, F., Ariani, D., Short, S. (2009). Evidence-based decision making to strengthen local governance: nutritional health interventions in Bantul and Gunungkidul. AIGRP Policy Briefs, , 1-18.
  • Purwaningrum, F., Yaniasih, Y., Tri Lastiwi, D., Yoganingrum, A., Ariani, D., McDonald, F., Short, S. (2009). Translating Scientific Knowledge to Policy: Comparison of Barriers of Evidence Based Decision Making in Bantul and Gunungkidul. Panitia Seminar Nasional 2009, Indonesia.

2008

  • Short, S., Thabrany, H., Ilyas, Y., Lubis, F., Iredale, R., Hadjiev, V. (2008). Managing the medical workforce. AIGRP Policy Briefs, , 1-14.

2007

  • Aldrich, R., Zwi, A., Short, S. (2007). Advance Australia Fair: Social democratic and conservative politicians' discourses concerning Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and their health 1972-2001. Social Science and Medicine, 64(1), 125-137. [More Information]
  • Short, S., Dimitrova Toneva, Z., Dimitrov Hadjiev, V. (2007). On the inequitable impact of universal health insurance: The experience of Bulgaria in transition. Health Sociology Review, 16(2), 130-145.

2006

  • Short, S., Dalton, M., Henderson, L., Domalewski, D., Amsters, D. (2006). Capacity building in community rehabilitation education – a review of the literature.
  • Liang, Z., Short, S., Howard, P., Brown, C. (2006). Centralised Control and Devolved Responsibilities: personal experiences of senior health executives on the implementation of the area health management model in New South Wales, 1990-1999. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 1(2), 44-50.
  • Boxall, A., Short, S. (2006). Political economy and population health: Is Australia exceptional? Australia and New Zealand Health Policy, 3, 6-1-6-4. [More Information]
  • Liang, Z., Short, S., Brown, C. (2006). Senior health managers in the new era: changing roles and competencies in the 1990s and early 21st century. Journal of Health Administration Education, 23(3), 281-301.

2005

  • Short, S. (2005), Compliance, Community Participation and Consumerism: A Sociologist's Contribution to Health Policy Analysis.
  • Short, S., Howard, P., Brown, C. (2005). Evaluation of the Logan Area Division of General Practice After Hours Service.
  • Liang, Z., Short, S., Lawrence, B. (2005). Healthcare reform in New South Wales 1986-1999: using the literature to predict the impact on senior health executives. Australian Health Review, 29(3), 285-291.
  • Guy, L., Short, S. (2005). Rehabilitation of workers with musculoskeletal injury and chronic pain. Health Sociology Review, 14(1), 77-83.

2004

  • Short, S. (2004). Fat is a fairness issue. Griffith Review, 4(Making Perfect Bodies), 1-6.

2003

  • De Voe, J., Short, S. (2003). A shift in the historical trajectory of medical dominance: The case of Medibank and the Australian doctors' lobby. Social Science and Medicine, 57(2), 343-353.

2000

  • Taggart, A., Short, S., Barclay, L. (2000). 'She Has Made Me Feel Human Again': An Evaluation of a Volunteer Home-based Visiting Project for Mothers. Health and Social Care in the Community, 8(1), 1-8.

1998

  • Hart, B., Sainsbury, P., Short, S. (1998). Whose Dying? A Sociological Critique of the 'Good Death'. Mortality, 3(1), 65-77.

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