Lynore K. Geia
Also publishes as (Lynore Karen Geia, Lynore Geia, L.K. Geia)
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Sabesan, Sabe, Kelly, Jenny, Budden, Lea, and Geia, Lynore K. (2015) My Family's Anti-Tobacco Education (My-FATE) model for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23 (3). pp. 189-190.
Sherwood, Juanita, and Geia, Lynore K. (2014) Historical and current perspectives on the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. In: Best, Odette, and Fredericks, Bronwyn, (eds.) Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery care. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 7-30.
Geia, Lynore, Budden, Lea, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Baldwin, Adele, Sparke, Vanessa, Callope, Elizabeth, Ives, Karen, Boucher, Robyn, Johns, Kelly, and Hinch, Joanne (2014) Connectedness, confidence, competence, celebration: 4C'ing the future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery students. In: Abstracts from "Are you remotely interested...?" Remote Health Conference. From: "Are you remotely interested...?" Remote Health Conference, 30 July- 1st August 2014, Mt Isa, Queensland, Australia .
Callope, Elizabeth, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Geia, Lynore, Budden, Lea M., Baldwin, Adele, and Sparke, Vanessa (2014) U-Connect: a tool for engaging and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at university. In: Abstracts from the 7th Biennial Are You Remotely Interested Conference. From: AYRI 2014: 7th Biennial Are You Remotely Interested Conference, 30 June - 1 July 2014, Mount Isa, QLD, Australia.
Jackson, Debra, Power, Tamara, Sherwood, Juanita, and Geia, Lynore (2014) Amazingly resilient Indigenous people!: using transformative learning to facilitate positive student engagement with sensitive material. Contemporary Nurse, 46 (1). pp. 105-112.
Geia, Lynore K., Hayes, Barbara, and Usher, Kim (2013) Yarning/Aboriginal storytelling: towards an understanding of an Indigenous perspective and its implications for research practice. Contemporary Nurse, 46 (1). pp. 13-17.
Geia, Lynore Karen (2012) First steps, making footprints: intergenerational Palm Island families' Indigenous stories (narratives) of childrearing practice strengths. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Geia, Lynore K., Hayes, Barbara, and Usher, Kim (2011) A strengths based approach to Australian Aboriginal childrearing practices is the answer to better outcomes in Aboriginal family and child health. Collegian, 18 (3). pp. 99-100.
Hayes, Barbara A., Campbell, Alistair, Buckby, Beryl, Geia, Lynore K., and Egan, Margaret E. (2010) The interface of mental and emotional health and pregnancy in urban indigenous women: research in progress. Infant Mental Health Journal, 31 (3). pp. 277-290.
Larkins, S.L., Geia, L.K., and Panaretto, K.S. (2006) Consultations in general practice and at an Aboriginal community controlled health service: do they differ? Rural and Remote Health, 6 (3). - .