Gross Motor Deficits in Children Pre-Natally Exposed to Alcohol: a Meta-analysis
Barbara R. Lucas, Jane Latimer, Rafael Z. Pinto, Manuela L. Ferreira, Robyn Doney, Mandy Lau, Taryn Jones, Danielle Dries and Elizabeth J. Elliott
Pediatrics; originally published online June 9, 2014; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2013-3733.
The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency-Short Form is reliable in children living in remote Australian Aboriginal communities.
Barbara R Lucas, Jane Latimer, Robyn Doney, Manuela L Ferreira, Roger Adams, Genevieve Hawkes, James P Fitzpatrick, Marmingee Hand, June Oscar, Maureen Carter and Elizabeth J Elliott.
BMC Pediatrics.2013, 13:135.
Professor Sandra Eades
An intensive smoking intervention for pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women: a randomised controlled trial.
Eades SJ, Sanson-Fisher RW, Panaretto K.
Med J Aust. 2013 Jan 21;198(1):23-4.
Disparities in revascularization rates after acute myocardial infarction between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in Australia.
Randall DA, Jorm LR, Lujic S, O'Loughlin AJ, Eades SJ, Leyland AH.
Circulation 2013 Feb 19;127(7):811-9. doi: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.112.000566. Epub 2013 Jan 14.
Dr Michael E. Otim
2012 Australasian Research Prize
(Doran C, Einfeld SL, Madden RH, Otim ME, Hortstead SK, Ellis LA & Emerson, E)
Awarded for the paper titled How much does intellectual disability really cost? First estimates for Australia, published 2012 in the Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability (Volume 37, Number 1).
The paper was judged to be the most innovative contribution by an Australasian author(s) resulting in positive life changes for people with an intellectual disability.
How much does intellectual disability really cost? First estimates for Australia
Doran C, Einfeld SL, Madden RH, Otim ME, Hortstead SK, Ellis LA & Emerson, E (2012)
Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, March 2012; 37(1): 1–29.
Otim ME; Jayasinha R; Forbes H & Shah S (2014), Building evidence for Peer-led interventions: Assessing the cost of the Adolescent Asthma Action program in Australia, Australian Journal of Primary Health (Accepted on 19 August 2014). http://www.publish.csiro.au/view/journals/dsp_journals_pip_abstract_Scholar1.cfm?nid=261&pip=PY14066
Caseload midwifery care versus standard maternity care for women of any risk: M@NGO, a randomised controlled trial.
Tracy, S. K., Hartz, D. L., Tracy, M. B., Allen, J., Forti, A., Hall, B., Kildea, S..
Lancet. doi: 10.1016/s0140-6736(13)61406-3.
PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Hunter K, Keay L, Simpson JM, Brown J, Bilston LE, Fegan M, Cosgrove L, Stevenson M, Ivers RQ Program fidelity measures associated with an effective child restraint program: Buckle-Up Safely. American Journal of Public Health Manuscript accepted August 31, 2014.
Hunter K, Keay L, Clapham K, Brown J, Bilston LE, Lyford M, Ivers RQ “He’s the number one thing in my world”: exploration of the use of child restraints in a regional community in New South Wales. [Revision requested]
Ivers RQ, Holland A, Kimble R, Clapham K, Hunter K, Read D, Sparnon A, Hendrie D, Towers K, Gabbe B. Understanding burn injuries in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: treatment, access to services and outcomes. Paper number 317.00 In: 17th Congress of International Society for Burns Injuries; October 12-16; Sydney, Australia, 2014.
POLICY ROUNDTABLE FACILITATION
Hunter K (Facilitator) Henaway C, Heggie H, Towers K (Panellists) Understanding burn injury in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children: treatment, access to services and outcomes. Policy Roundtable Discussion Group 2: Follow-up care for burns: who, what, how and where is best? April 23; Sydney, Australia, 2014.
Papers accepted for conference presentation
Irving MJ. Evaluation of Community Indigenous oral health service in Northern NSW. Emerging Health Policy Research Conference, Sydney, 2nd October 2014
Irving MJ. The value of partnerships in the evaluation of Community Indigenous oral health service in Northern NSW. 7th Annual Aboriginal Oral Health Workshop, Centre for Oral Health strategy. Sydney,15th-16th Sep
Angell B, Munhunthan J, Irving M, Eades S, Jan S.
Global Systematic Review of the Cost-Effectiveness of Indigenous Health Interventions
The Australasian FASD Diagnostic Workshop, Brisbane 18/11/2013
The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health Executive Academic Working Group Meeting, Sydney 21/11/2013
The National Australian Indigenous Health Conference, Cairns 26/11/2013
AMSA three minute thesis competition, Adelaide 2014
Otim et al. 2014.Building evidence for Peer-led interventions: Assessing the cost of the Adolescent Asthma Action program in Australia, APHCJ, 2014 in press.
Shah S et al 2013. Improving outcomes in Aboriginal and disadvantaged school communities. Children’s Council Newsletter.
Al-Sheyab et al., Cigarette smoking in adolescents with asthma in Jordan: Impact of peer-led education in high schools. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 2013 3(9).
Waks S, Pretlove N, Bruny J, Towns S and Chang AB, Shah S. Peer-led Asthma and Smoking Prevention Program for Disadvantaged and Indigenous Youth. PHCRIS conference 2014. Canberra.(Oral)
Nori A, Brown N, Piovesan R, O'Connor J, Shah S, McMillan M, Newham J. Aboriginal Youth no longer forgotten-the “Y Health- Staying Deadly” Project. PHAA National Social Inclusion and Complex Needs Conference, 2013, Canberra
Shah S, Adolescents Smoking at the Australian Smoking Cessation Conference 2013, Brain and Mind Institute. 2013. (Plenary speaker)
Shah S, Jayasinha R, Lagleva M, Sani B, Al-Sheyab N, Chang AB. University students educate youth about asthma. TSANZ. 2013.(Oral)
Jayasinha R, Shah S, Brown N, Towns S, Gibson P, Jaffe A, Chang AB. Preventing the uptake of tobacco smoking in disadvantaged and Aboriginal young people. TSANZ. 2013.(Oral)