Mr Nick Goodwin

Research Associate
School of Public Health


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Selected grants

2017

  • The impact of cleaner cookstoves to reduce adverse pregnancy outcomes in low resource settings - The HAPPeN trial; Raynes-Greenow C, Dibley M, El Arifeen S, Jalaludin B, Agho K, Thornburg J, Alam A, Goodwin N, Hayes A, Gurley E; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Cash transfers and behaviour change communications to reduce child under-nutrition in rural Bangladesh: a cluster randomized controlled trial to determine the most effective combination of interventions.; Dibley M, Arifeen S, Huda T, Hoddinott J, Alam A, Agho K, Goodwin N, Muthayya S, Laba T, Islam M; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2011

  • Disability prevention in Lao and Vietnam: Increasing capacity for community-based early detection, identification and rehabilitation; Llewellyn G, Goodwin N; Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID)/Australian Leadership Awards Fellowships.
  • Infant Feeding in India and South Asia: how to improve complementary feeding and reduce child malnutrition; Dibley M, Goodwin N; Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID)/Public Sector Linkages Program (PSLP) Asia.

2010

  • International leadership in social marketing, alcohol use and young people: Australia, China, the US and the UK; Giles F, Leontini R, Goodwin N; International Program Development Fund (IPDF), University of Sydney/Research Grant.

Selected publications & creative works

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Book Chapters

  • Goodwin, N. (2013). Branding as a Strategy to Build Community Engagement in Health Programs. In W. Douglas Evans (Eds.), Psychology of Branding, (pp. 203-225). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Goodwin, N. (2013). Sustainable change marketing: An approach to development and communications programs in Indonesia and beyond. In L. Brennan, L. Parker, T. A. Watne, J. Fien, D. T. Hue, M. A. Doan (Eds.), Growing Sustainable Communities: A Development Guide for Southeast Asia, (pp. 155-166). Prahran, VIC: Tilde University Press.

Journals

  • Goodwin, N., O'Farrell, S., Jagoe, K., Rouse, J., Roma, E., Biran, A., Finkelstein, E. (2015). Use of Behavior Change Techniques in Clean Cooking Interventions: A Review of the Evidence and Scorecard of Effectiveness. Journal of Health Communication, 20, 43-54. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Goodwin, N. (2010). The role of social marketing in international development: lessons from the 'Fantastic Mom' project in Indonesia. 2010 International Non-Profit and Social Marketing (INSM) Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Business.

Research Reports

  • Park, S., McConchie, R., Walters, E., Goodwin, N. (2011). Outreach for Good Governance and Development Effectiveness through the Accountability Mechanism, (pp. 8 - 62). , UNSPECIFIED: Asian Development Bank.

2015

  • Goodwin, N., O'Farrell, S., Jagoe, K., Rouse, J., Roma, E., Biran, A., Finkelstein, E. (2015). Use of Behavior Change Techniques in Clean Cooking Interventions: A Review of the Evidence and Scorecard of Effectiveness. Journal of Health Communication, 20, 43-54. [More Information]

2013

  • Goodwin, N. (2013). Branding as a Strategy to Build Community Engagement in Health Programs. In W. Douglas Evans (Eds.), Psychology of Branding, (pp. 203-225). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Goodwin, N. (2013). Sustainable change marketing: An approach to development and communications programs in Indonesia and beyond. In L. Brennan, L. Parker, T. A. Watne, J. Fien, D. T. Hue, M. A. Doan (Eds.), Growing Sustainable Communities: A Development Guide for Southeast Asia, (pp. 155-166). Prahran, VIC: Tilde University Press.

2011

  • Park, S., McConchie, R., Walters, E., Goodwin, N. (2011). Outreach for Good Governance and Development Effectiveness through the Accountability Mechanism, (pp. 8 - 62). , UNSPECIFIED: Asian Development Bank.

2010

  • Goodwin, N. (2010). The role of social marketing in international development: lessons from the 'Fantastic Mom' project in Indonesia. 2010 International Non-Profit and Social Marketing (INSM) Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Business.

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