Also publishes as (Lisa Jayne Crossland, Lisa J. Crossland, L.J. Crossland, L. Crossland)
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Pascoe, Shane W., Veitch, Craig, Crossland, Lisa J., Beilby, Justin J., Spigelman, Allan, Stubbs, John, and Harris, Mark F. (2013) Patients' experiences of referral for colorectal cancer. BMC Family Practice, 14 (124). pp. 1-8.
Spigelman, Allan D., Pascoe, Shane W., Harris, Mark F., Beilby, Justin J., Crossland, Lisa J., Gett, Rohan M., Barton, Michael B., and Jayasinghe, Upali W. (2013) Referral pathways in colorectal cancer: an audit of surgeons' records. Australian Health Review, 37 (4). pp. 449-452.
Crossland, Lisa Jayne (2011) Perceptions of the roles and skills of primary health care professionals: implications for innovative and sustainable rural primary health care delivery. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Grant, Maggie, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Elston, Jacinta, Saunders, Vicki, Crossland, Lisa, Solomon, Shaun, and Payne, Cynthia (2009) Bulletproofing Indigenous health students and staff against racism. In: Proceedings of the 10th National Rural Health Conference. From: 10th National Rural Health Conference, 17-20 May 2009, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Veitch, Craig, Crossland, Lisa, Steeghs, Marlous, Ho, Yik-Hong, and Hanks, Heather (2008) Patients' experiences of colorectal cancer and oncology services in North Queensland. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 14 (3). pp. 93-100.
Bailey, J., Veitch, C., Crossland, L., and Preston, R. (2006) Developing research capacity building for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers in health service settings. Rural and remote health, 6 (4). pp. 556-565.
Crossland, Lisa, and Veitch, Craig (2005) After hours service models in Queensland Australia: a framework for sustainability. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 11 (2). pp. 9-15.
Veitch, C., and Crossland, L.J. (2005) Medical family support needs and experiences in rural Queensland. Rural and Remote Health, 5 (467). pp. 1-11.
Hays, Richard, Wynd, Shona, Veitch, Craig, and Crossland, Lisa (2003) Getting the balance right? GPs who chose to stay in rural practice. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 11 (4). pp. 193-198.