Associate Professor Stacy Carter

NHMRC Career Development Fellow
Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine (VELiM)
Sydney School of Public Health

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Research interests

I work on the ethics of public health, especially the ethics of cancer screening and health promotion. At present I am particularly focused on paternalism in health promotion, and overdiagnosis and overtreatment. I am a qualitative researcher, and supervise a range of empirical public health ethics projects. I also write methodology for qualitative research, and have a particular interest and expertise in grounded theory.

Teaching and supervision

Qualitative methodology

Public Health Ethics

Selected grants

2012

  • Evaluating cancer screening: context, evidence, values and ethics; Carter S, Rychetnik L, Barratt A, Kerridge I; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • The ethics of prevention and health promotion; Carter S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Career Development Fellowship.
  • The natural history of unassisted smoking cessation in Australia; Dunlop S, Chapman S, Carter S, Freeman B; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2011

  • Qualitative research and health: cohering substantive theory and delivering new methodology.; Carter S; DVC Research/Thompson Fellowships.

2010

  • Process analysis of the Monitor Practice Program Implementation; Sbaraini A, Evans W, Blinkhorn A, Carter S; Australian Dental Research Foundation/Research Support.
  • Reconceptualising health promotion: the role of values, ethics and evidence in obesity; Carter S, Hooker C, Kerridge I, Rychetnik L; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Implementation and sustainability of non-surgical intervention for dental caries in general dental practice; Evans W, Blinkhorn A, Carter S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2009

  • Developing clinical ethics capacity in NSW through partnership; Jordens C, Hu W, Cheung P, Hooker C, Mills C, Stewart C, Walters W, Thackway S, Clout T, Kerridge I, Letts J, Mitchell J, Carter S, Little J; Health Administration Corporation/Research Support.

2008

  • The Monitor Dental Practice Program: an evaluation of the implementation process; Carter S, Sbaraini A, Curtis B, Howe E, Schwarz E, Evans W; Dental Board of NSW/Research Support.

2007

  • How do lay people understand the risk of developing cancer? A qualitative study using grounded theory procedures.; Carter S, Ankeny R, Kerridge I, Komesaroff P, Hu W, McCaffery K, Jordens C, Hooker C, Thomas S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Deconstructing DTCA: Towards a differentiated policy response to Direct-to-Consumer Advertising in Australia; Kerridge I, Cameron S, Komesaroff P, Jordens C, Ankeny R, Carter S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
  • Toward a Best Practice of Emerging Technologies: PGD and HLA Typing for Paediatric Transplantation; Strong K, Ankeny R, O'Brien T, Shaw P, Jordens C, O'Brien T, Carter S, Kerridge I; Cancer Council New South Wales/Research Project Grants.
  • A qualitative study of the experience of multiple myeloma; Carter S, Jordens C, Kerridge I; Cancer Council New South Wales/Research Project Grants.
  • Difficult Decisions: a critical analysis of consent to high-risk medical procedures; Kerridge I, Stewart C, Jordens C, Carter S; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Carter, S., Kerridge, I., Rychetnik, L., King, L. (2012). The ethical implications of intervening in bodyweight. In Louise A. Baur, Stephen M. Twigg, Roger S.Magnusson (Eds.), A Modern Epidemic: Expert Perspectives on Obesity and Diabetes, (pp. 191-206). Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Carter, S. (2010). Enacting Internal Coherence: As a Path to Quality in Qualitative Inquiry. In J Higgs, N Cherry, R Macklin and R Ajjawi (Eds.), Researching Practice: A Discourse on Qualitative Methodologies, (pp. 143-151). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Journals

  • Carter, S. (2014). Health promotion: an ethical analysis. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25(1), 19-24. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., Gillespie, J., Carter, S., Salkeld, G., Trevena, L. (2014). Incorporating evidence and politics in health policy: can institutionalising evidence review make a difference? Evidence and Policy, 10(3), 439-455. [More Information]
  • Klinner, C., Carter, S., Rychetnik, L., Li, V., Daley, M., Zask, A., Lloyd, B. (2014). Integrating relationship- and research-based approaches in Australian health promotion practice. Health Promotion International, In Press. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Rychetnik, L. (2013). A public health ethics approach to non-communicable diseases. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 10(1), 17-18. [More Information]
  • Rychetnik, L., Carter, S., Abelson, J., Thornton, H., Barratt, A., Entwistle, V., Mackenzie, G., Salkeld, G., Glasziou, P. (2013). Enhancing citizen engagement in cancer screening through deliberative democracy. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 105(6), 380-386. [More Information]
  • Rychetnik, L., Carter, S., Barratt, A., Irwig, L. (2013). Expanding the evidence on cancer screening: the value of scientific, social and ethical perspectives. Medical Journal of Australia, 198(10), 536-539. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W., Blinkhorn, A. (2013). How do dentists and their teams incorporate evidence about preventive care? An empirical study. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 41(5), 401-414. [More Information]
  • Banbury, A., Zask, A., Carter, S., van Beurden, E., Tokley, R., Passey, M., Copeland, J. (2013). Smoking mull: A grounded theory model on the dynamics of combined tobacco and cannabis use among adult men. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 24(2), 143-150. [More Information]
  • Javanparast, S., Ward, P., Carter, S., Wilson, C. (2012). Barriers to and facilitators of colorectal cancer screening in different population subgroups in Adelaide, South Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(8), 521-523. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., Irwig, L., Carter, S., Salkeld, G., Gillespie, J. (2012). Colorectal cancer screening: Why immunochemical fecal occult blood tests may be the best option. BMC Gastroenterology, 12(December), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W., Blinkhorn, A. (2012). Experiences of dental care: what do patients value? BMC Health Services Research, 12(1), 1-11. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W. (2012). How do dentists understand evidence and adopt it in practice? Health Education Journal, 71(2), 195-204. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Cribb, A., Allegrant, J. (2012). How to Think about Health Promotion Ethics. Public Health Reviews (Print): an international quarterly, 34(1), 122-145.
  • Mathieu, E., Barratt, A., Carter, S., Jamtvedt, G. (2012). Internet trials: participant experiences and perspectives. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 12, 1-16. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Kerridge, I., Sainsbury, P., Letts, J. (2012). Public health ethics: informing better public health practice. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 23(5-6), 101-106. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Klinner, C., Kerridge, I., Rychetnik, L., Li, V., Fry, D. (2012). The ethical commitments of health promotion practitioners: an empirical study from New South Wales, Australia. Public Health Ethics, 5(2), 128-139. [More Information]
  • Carter, S. (2012). What is health promotion ethics? Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 23(1), 4-4. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., St John, D., Howard, K., Carter, S., Pignone, M., Salkeld, G., Trevena, L. (2011). A comparative case study of bowel cancer screening in the UK and Australia: evidence lost in translation? Journal of Medical Screening, 18(4), 193-203. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Hooker, C., Carter, S. (2011). Balance, Balancing, and Health. Qualitative Health Research, 21(5), 714-725. [More Information]
  • Forsyth, R., Scanlan, C., Carter, S., Jordens, C., Kerridge, I. (2011). Decision Making in a Crowded Room: the Relational Significance of Social Roles in Decisions to Proceed with Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation. Qualitative Health Research, 21(9), 1260-1272. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Rychetnik, L., Lloyd, B., Kerridge, I., Baur, L., Bauman, A., Hooker, C., Zask, A. (2011). Evidence, Ethics, and Values: A Framework for Health Promotion. American Journal of Public Health, 101(3), 465-472. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., Gillespie, J., Salkeld, G., Carter, S., Trevena, L. (2011). Getting Evidence into Policy: The Need for Deliberative Strategies? Social Science and Medicine, 72, 1039-1046. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W., Blinkhorn, A. (2011). How to do a grounded theory study: a worked example of a study of dental practices. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 11(128), 1-10. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I., Carter, S., Little, J. (2011). Journal peer review in context: A qualitative study of the social and subjective dimensions of manuscript review in biomedical publishing. Social Science and Medicine, 72(7), 1056-1063. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Entwistle, V., McCaffery, K., Rychetnik, L. (2011). Shared Health Governance: The Potential Danger of Oppressive "Healthism". The American Journal of Bioethics, 11(7), 57-59. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I., Carter, S., Little, J. (2011). Should Biomedical Publishing Be 'Opened Up'? Towards a Values-Based Peer-Review Process. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 8(3), 267-280. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., Gillespie, J., Carter, S., Trevena, L., Salkeld, G. (2011). When good evidence is not enough: the role of context in bowel cancer screening policy in New Zealand. Evidence and Policy: a journal of research, debate and practice, 7(3), 307-326. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Davey, H., Carter, S., Hooker, C., Hu, W. (2010). Beliefs and beyond: what can we learn from qualitative studies of lay people's understandings of cancer risk? Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy, 13(2), 113-124. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Samuel, G., Kerridge, I., Day, R., Ankeny, R., Jordens, C., Komesaroff, P. (2010). Beyond Rhetoric in Debates About the Ethics of Marketing Prescription Medicines to Consumers: The Importance of Vulnerability in People, Situations, and Relationships. AJOB Primary Research, 1(1), 11-21. [More Information]
  • Javanparast, S., Ward, P., Young, G., Wilson, C., Carter, S., Misan, G., Cole, S., Jiwa, M., Tsourtos, G., Martini, A., et al (2010). How equitable are colorectal cancer screening programs which include FOBTs? A review of qualitative and quantitative studies. Preventive Medicine, 50(4), 165-172. [More Information]
  • Entwistle, V., Carter, S., Cribb, A., McCaffery, K. (2010). Supporting Patient Autonomy: The Importance of Clinician-patientRelationships. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 25(7), 741-745.
  • Carter, S. (2009). Beware dichotomies and grand abstractions: attending to particularity and practice in empirical bioethics. The American Journal of Bioethics, 9, 76-77. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Ritchie, J., Sainsbury, P. (2009). Doing good qualitative research in public health: not as easy as it looks. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 20, 105-111. [More Information]
  • Tong, A., Sainsbury, P., Chadban, S., Walker, R., Harris, D., Carter, S., Hall, B., Hawley, C., Craig, J. (2009). Patients' Experiences and Perspectives of Living With CKD. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 53(4), 689-700. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Hooker, C., Davey, H. (2009). Writing Social Determinants Into and Out of Cancer Control: An Assessment of Policy Practice. Social Science and Medicine, 68(8), 1448-1455. [More Information]
  • Hooker, C., Carter, S., Davey, H. (2009). Writing the risk of cancer: cancer risk in public policy. Health, Risk and Society, 11(6), 541-560.
  • Entwistle, V., Carter, S., Trevena, L., Flitcroft, K., Irwig, L., McCaffery, K., Salkeld, G. (2008). Communicating about screening. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 337(7673), a1591-789-a1591-791. [More Information]
  • Tong, A., Sainsbury, P., Carter, S., Hall, B., Harris, D., Walker, R., Hawley, C., Chadban, S., Craig, J. (2008). Patients' priorities for health research: focus group study of patients with chronic kidney disease. Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation, 23(10), 3206-3214. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Carter, S., Kerridge, I. (2008). The "EBM Movement": Where Did it Come From, Where is it Going, and Why Does it Matter? Social Epistemology: a journal of knowledge, culture and policy, 22(4), 425-431.
  • Carter, S., Jordens, C., McGrath, C., Little, J. (2008). You Have to Make Something of All That Rubbish, Do You? An Empirical Investigation of the Social Process of Qualitative Research. Qualitative Health Research, 18(9), 1264-1276. [More Information]
  • Carter, S. (2007). BOOK REVIEW Review of Eric A Feldman and Ronald Bayer, Editors (2004) Unfiltered: Conflicts over Tobacco Policy and Public Health. Cambridge,. Unknown.
  • Carter, S., Little, J. (2007). Justifying knowledge, justifying method, taking action: epistemologies, methodologies and methods in qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research, 17(10), 1316-1328. [More Information]
  • Little, J., Jordens, C., McGrath, C., Montgomery, K., Kerridge, I., Carter, S. (2007). Pragmatic pluralism: Mutual tolerance of contested understandings between orthodox and alternative practitioners in autologous stem cell transplantation. Social Science and Medicine, 64(7), 1512-1523. [More Information]
  • Quine, S., Carter, S. (2006). Australian baby boomers' expectations and plans for their old age. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 25(1), 3-8.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2006). Smokers and non-smokers talk about regulatory options in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 15(5), 398-404. [More Information]
  • Carter, S. (2005). BOOK REVIEW International Public Health: Patients' Rights versus the Protection of Patents. Health Sociology Review.
  • Carter, S. (2005). Tobacco document research reporting. Tobacco Control, 14(6), 368-376.
  • Chapman, S., Carter, S., Peters, M. (2003). "A deep fragrance of academia": the Australian Tobacco Research Foundation. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 38-44.
  • Chapman, S., Byrne, F., Carter, S. (2003). "Australia is one of the darkest markets in the world": the global importance of Australian tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii1-iii3.
  • Chapman, S., Carter, S. (2003). "Avoid health warnings on all tobacco products for just as long as we can": a history of Australian tobacco industry efforts to avoid, delay and dilute health warnings on cigarettes. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii13-iii22.
  • Carter, S. (2003). Cooperation and control: the Tobacco Institute of Australia. Tobacco Control, 12(supp3), 54-60.
  • Carter, S. (2003). From legitimate consumers to public relations pawns: the tobacco industry and young Australians. Tobacco Control, 12(supp 3), iii71-iii78.
  • Carter, S. (2003). Going below the line: creating transportable brands for Australia's dark market. Tobacco Control, 12(supp 3), iii87-iii94.
  • Carter, S. (2003). New frontier, new power: the retail environment in Australia’s dark market. Tobacco Control, 12(suppl 3), iii95-101.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2003). Smoking, disease, and obdurate denial: the Australian tobacco industry in the 1980s. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 23-30.
  • Carter, S. (2003). The Australian cigarette brand as product, person and symbol. Tobacco Control, 12(Suppl 3), iii79-iii86.
  • King, W., Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S., Gray, N. (2003). The Australian tar derby: the origins and fate of a low tar reduction programme. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 61-71.
  • Carter, S. (2002). Mongoven, Biscoe and Duchin: destroying tobacco control activism from the inside. Tobacco Control, 11(2), 112-118.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2001). John's $12 tonic: Press coverage of the government's selling of a private health insurance rebate. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 265-271.
  • Carter, S. (2001). Worshiping at the Alpine Altar: promoting tobacco in a world without advertising. Tobacco Control, 10(4), 391-393.

Conferences

  • Forsyth, R., Mooney-Somers, J., Carter, S. (2011). The challenges of adapting a face-o-face intensive qualitative research methodology course for online delivery to graduate level public health students. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.
  • Strong, K., Kerridge, I., Jordens, C., Ankeny, R., Shaw, P., O'Brien, T., Carter, S., Barlow-Stewart, K. (2008). Creating 'Saviour Siblings' for transplantation-discrepancy between parental wishes and clinical practice. 50th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exposition ASH 2008, United States: American Society of Hematology.
  • Carter, S. (2006). Longitudinal qualitative research design: experience over time. ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, Sydney, Australia: ACSPRI: Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Ind.

Report

  • Carter, S. (2003). One of the darkest markets in the world.
  • Carter, S. (2003). Teenagers, smoking and transnational tobacco corporations.
  • Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S. (2001). Finding the strength to kill your best friend: smokers talk about smoking and quitting.

2014

  • Carter, S. (2014). Health promotion: an ethical analysis. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25(1), 19-24. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., Gillespie, J., Carter, S., Salkeld, G., Trevena, L. (2014). Incorporating evidence and politics in health policy: can institutionalising evidence review make a difference? Evidence and Policy, 10(3), 439-455. [More Information]
  • Klinner, C., Carter, S., Rychetnik, L., Li, V., Daley, M., Zask, A., Lloyd, B. (2014). Integrating relationship- and research-based approaches in Australian health promotion practice. Health Promotion International, In Press. [More Information]

2013

  • Carter, S., Rychetnik, L. (2013). A public health ethics approach to non-communicable diseases. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 10(1), 17-18. [More Information]
  • Rychetnik, L., Carter, S., Abelson, J., Thornton, H., Barratt, A., Entwistle, V., Mackenzie, G., Salkeld, G., Glasziou, P. (2013). Enhancing citizen engagement in cancer screening through deliberative democracy. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 105(6), 380-386. [More Information]
  • Rychetnik, L., Carter, S., Barratt, A., Irwig, L. (2013). Expanding the evidence on cancer screening: the value of scientific, social and ethical perspectives. Medical Journal of Australia, 198(10), 536-539. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W., Blinkhorn, A. (2013). How do dentists and their teams incorporate evidence about preventive care? An empirical study. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 41(5), 401-414. [More Information]
  • Banbury, A., Zask, A., Carter, S., van Beurden, E., Tokley, R., Passey, M., Copeland, J. (2013). Smoking mull: A grounded theory model on the dynamics of combined tobacco and cannabis use among adult men. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 24(2), 143-150. [More Information]

2012

  • Javanparast, S., Ward, P., Carter, S., Wilson, C. (2012). Barriers to and facilitators of colorectal cancer screening in different population subgroups in Adelaide, South Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(8), 521-523. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., Irwig, L., Carter, S., Salkeld, G., Gillespie, J. (2012). Colorectal cancer screening: Why immunochemical fecal occult blood tests may be the best option. BMC Gastroenterology, 12(December), 1-6. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W., Blinkhorn, A. (2012). Experiences of dental care: what do patients value? BMC Health Services Research, 12(1), 1-11. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W. (2012). How do dentists understand evidence and adopt it in practice? Health Education Journal, 71(2), 195-204. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Cribb, A., Allegrant, J. (2012). How to Think about Health Promotion Ethics. Public Health Reviews (Print): an international quarterly, 34(1), 122-145.
  • Mathieu, E., Barratt, A., Carter, S., Jamtvedt, G. (2012). Internet trials: participant experiences and perspectives. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 12, 1-16. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Kerridge, I., Sainsbury, P., Letts, J. (2012). Public health ethics: informing better public health practice. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 23(5-6), 101-106. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Klinner, C., Kerridge, I., Rychetnik, L., Li, V., Fry, D. (2012). The ethical commitments of health promotion practitioners: an empirical study from New South Wales, Australia. Public Health Ethics, 5(2), 128-139. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Kerridge, I., Rychetnik, L., King, L. (2012). The ethical implications of intervening in bodyweight. In Louise A. Baur, Stephen M. Twigg, Roger S.Magnusson (Eds.), A Modern Epidemic: Expert Perspectives on Obesity and Diabetes, (pp. 191-206). Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Carter, S. (2012). What is health promotion ethics? Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 23(1), 4-4. [More Information]

2011

  • Flitcroft, K., St John, D., Howard, K., Carter, S., Pignone, M., Salkeld, G., Trevena, L. (2011). A comparative case study of bowel cancer screening in the UK and Australia: evidence lost in translation? Journal of Medical Screening, 18(4), 193-203. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Hooker, C., Carter, S. (2011). Balance, Balancing, and Health. Qualitative Health Research, 21(5), 714-725. [More Information]
  • Forsyth, R., Scanlan, C., Carter, S., Jordens, C., Kerridge, I. (2011). Decision Making in a Crowded Room: the Relational Significance of Social Roles in Decisions to Proceed with Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation. Qualitative Health Research, 21(9), 1260-1272. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Rychetnik, L., Lloyd, B., Kerridge, I., Baur, L., Bauman, A., Hooker, C., Zask, A. (2011). Evidence, Ethics, and Values: A Framework for Health Promotion. American Journal of Public Health, 101(3), 465-472. [More Information]
  • Flitcroft, K., Gillespie, J., Salkeld, G., Carter, S., Trevena, L. (2011). Getting Evidence into Policy: The Need for Deliberative Strategies? Social Science and Medicine, 72, 1039-1046. [More Information]
  • Sbaraini, A., Carter, S., Evans, W., Blinkhorn, A. (2011). How to do a grounded theory study: a worked example of a study of dental practices. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 11(128), 1-10. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I., Carter, S., Little, J. (2011). Journal peer review in context: A qualitative study of the social and subjective dimensions of manuscript review in biomedical publishing. Social Science and Medicine, 72(7), 1056-1063. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Entwistle, V., McCaffery, K., Rychetnik, L. (2011). Shared Health Governance: The Potential Danger of Oppressive "Healthism". The American Journal of Bioethics, 11(7), 57-59. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I., Carter, S., Little, J. (2011). Should Biomedical Publishing Be 'Opened Up'? Towards a Values-Based Peer-Review Process. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 8(3), 267-280. [More Information]
  • Forsyth, R., Mooney-Somers, J., Carter, S. (2011). The challenges of adapting a face-o-face intensive qualitative research methodology course for online delivery to graduate level public health students. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.
  • Flitcroft, K., Gillespie, J., Carter, S., Trevena, L., Salkeld, G. (2011). When good evidence is not enough: the role of context in bowel cancer screening policy in New Zealand. Evidence and Policy: a journal of research, debate and practice, 7(3), 307-326. [More Information]

2010

  • Lipworth, W., Davey, H., Carter, S., Hooker, C., Hu, W. (2010). Beliefs and beyond: what can we learn from qualitative studies of lay people's understandings of cancer risk? Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy, 13(2), 113-124. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Samuel, G., Kerridge, I., Day, R., Ankeny, R., Jordens, C., Komesaroff, P. (2010). Beyond Rhetoric in Debates About the Ethics of Marketing Prescription Medicines to Consumers: The Importance of Vulnerability in People, Situations, and Relationships. AJOB Primary Research, 1(1), 11-21. [More Information]
  • Carter, S. (2010). Enacting Internal Coherence: As a Path to Quality in Qualitative Inquiry. In J Higgs, N Cherry, R Macklin and R Ajjawi (Eds.), Researching Practice: A Discourse on Qualitative Methodologies, (pp. 143-151). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Javanparast, S., Ward, P., Young, G., Wilson, C., Carter, S., Misan, G., Cole, S., Jiwa, M., Tsourtos, G., Martini, A., et al (2010). How equitable are colorectal cancer screening programs which include FOBTs? A review of qualitative and quantitative studies. Preventive Medicine, 50(4), 165-172. [More Information]
  • Entwistle, V., Carter, S., Cribb, A., McCaffery, K. (2010). Supporting Patient Autonomy: The Importance of Clinician-patientRelationships. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 25(7), 741-745.

2009

  • Carter, S. (2009). Beware dichotomies and grand abstractions: attending to particularity and practice in empirical bioethics. The American Journal of Bioethics, 9, 76-77. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Ritchie, J., Sainsbury, P. (2009). Doing good qualitative research in public health: not as easy as it looks. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 20, 105-111. [More Information]
  • Tong, A., Sainsbury, P., Chadban, S., Walker, R., Harris, D., Carter, S., Hall, B., Hawley, C., Craig, J. (2009). Patients' Experiences and Perspectives of Living With CKD. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 53(4), 689-700. [More Information]
  • Carter, S., Hooker, C., Davey, H. (2009). Writing Social Determinants Into and Out of Cancer Control: An Assessment of Policy Practice. Social Science and Medicine, 68(8), 1448-1455. [More Information]
  • Hooker, C., Carter, S., Davey, H. (2009). Writing the risk of cancer: cancer risk in public policy. Health, Risk and Society, 11(6), 541-560.

2008

  • Entwistle, V., Carter, S., Trevena, L., Flitcroft, K., Irwig, L., McCaffery, K., Salkeld, G. (2008). Communicating about screening. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 337(7673), a1591-789-a1591-791. [More Information]
  • Strong, K., Kerridge, I., Jordens, C., Ankeny, R., Shaw, P., O'Brien, T., Carter, S., Barlow-Stewart, K. (2008). Creating 'Saviour Siblings' for transplantation-discrepancy between parental wishes and clinical practice. 50th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exposition ASH 2008, United States: American Society of Hematology.
  • Tong, A., Sainsbury, P., Carter, S., Hall, B., Harris, D., Walker, R., Hawley, C., Chadban, S., Craig, J. (2008). Patients' priorities for health research: focus group study of patients with chronic kidney disease. Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation, 23(10), 3206-3214. [More Information]
  • Lipworth, W., Carter, S., Kerridge, I. (2008). The "EBM Movement": Where Did it Come From, Where is it Going, and Why Does it Matter? Social Epistemology: a journal of knowledge, culture and policy, 22(4), 425-431.
  • Carter, S., Jordens, C., McGrath, C., Little, J. (2008). You Have to Make Something of All That Rubbish, Do You? An Empirical Investigation of the Social Process of Qualitative Research. Qualitative Health Research, 18(9), 1264-1276. [More Information]

2007

  • Carter, S. (2007). BOOK REVIEW Review of Eric A Feldman and Ronald Bayer, Editors (2004) Unfiltered: Conflicts over Tobacco Policy and Public Health. Cambridge,. Unknown.
  • Carter, S., Little, J. (2007). Justifying knowledge, justifying method, taking action: epistemologies, methodologies and methods in qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research, 17(10), 1316-1328. [More Information]
  • Little, J., Jordens, C., McGrath, C., Montgomery, K., Kerridge, I., Carter, S. (2007). Pragmatic pluralism: Mutual tolerance of contested understandings between orthodox and alternative practitioners in autologous stem cell transplantation. Social Science and Medicine, 64(7), 1512-1523. [More Information]

2006

  • Quine, S., Carter, S. (2006). Australian baby boomers' expectations and plans for their old age. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 25(1), 3-8.
  • Carter, S. (2006). Longitudinal qualitative research design: experience over time. ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference, Sydney, Australia: ACSPRI: Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Ind.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2006). Smokers and non-smokers talk about regulatory options in tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 15(5), 398-404. [More Information]

2005

  • Carter, S. (2005). BOOK REVIEW International Public Health: Patients' Rights versus the Protection of Patents. Health Sociology Review.
  • Carter, S. (2005). Tobacco document research reporting. Tobacco Control, 14(6), 368-376.

2003

  • Chapman, S., Carter, S., Peters, M. (2003). "A deep fragrance of academia": the Australian Tobacco Research Foundation. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 38-44.
  • Chapman, S., Byrne, F., Carter, S. (2003). "Australia is one of the darkest markets in the world": the global importance of Australian tobacco control. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii1-iii3.
  • Chapman, S., Carter, S. (2003). "Avoid health warnings on all tobacco products for just as long as we can": a history of Australian tobacco industry efforts to avoid, delay and dilute health warnings on cigarettes. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), iii13-iii22.
  • Carter, S. (2003). Cooperation and control: the Tobacco Institute of Australia. Tobacco Control, 12(supp3), 54-60.
  • Carter, S. (2003). From legitimate consumers to public relations pawns: the tobacco industry and young Australians. Tobacco Control, 12(supp 3), iii71-iii78.
  • Carter, S. (2003). Going below the line: creating transportable brands for Australia's dark market. Tobacco Control, 12(supp 3), iii87-iii94.
  • Carter, S. (2003). New frontier, new power: the retail environment in Australia’s dark market. Tobacco Control, 12(suppl 3), iii95-101.
  • Carter, S. (2003). One of the darkest markets in the world.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2003). Smoking, disease, and obdurate denial: the Australian tobacco industry in the 1980s. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 23-30.
  • Carter, S. (2003). Teenagers, smoking and transnational tobacco corporations.
  • Carter, S. (2003). The Australian cigarette brand as product, person and symbol. Tobacco Control, 12(Suppl 3), iii79-iii86.
  • King, W., Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S., Gray, N. (2003). The Australian tar derby: the origins and fate of a low tar reduction programme. Tobacco Control, 12(Supplement 3), 61-71.

2002

  • Carter, S. (2002). Mongoven, Biscoe and Duchin: destroying tobacco control activism from the inside. Tobacco Control, 11(2), 112-118.

2001

  • Carter, S., Borland, R., Chapman, S. (2001). Finding the strength to kill your best friend: smokers talk about smoking and quitting.
  • Carter, S., Chapman, S. (2001). John's $12 tonic: Press coverage of the government's selling of a private health insurance rebate. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25, 265-271.
  • Carter, S. (2001). Worshiping at the Alpine Altar: promoting tobacco in a world without advertising. Tobacco Control, 10(4), 391-393.

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