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Kitau, Russel (2015) Implementing the New Papua New Guinea National Health Gender Policy - some challenges and opportunities. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, 9 (1). pp. 23-32.
Kitau, Russel, Tsey, Komla, McCalman, Janya, and Whiteside, Mary (2011) Adaptability and sustainability of an Indigenous Australian family wellbeing initiative in the context of Papua New Guinea: a follow up. Australasian Psychiatry, 19 ( S1). S80-S83.
McIver, Lachlan, Bowen, Kathryn, Hanna, Elizabeth, and Iddings, Steven (2016) A 'Healthy Islands' framework for climate change in the Pacific. Health Promotion International. pp. 1-9. (In Press)
McIver, Lachlan, and Hanna, Elizabeth (2015) Fragile paradise: health and climate change in the South Pacific. In: Butler, Colin D., Dixon , Jane , and Capon, Anthony G., (eds.) Health of People, Places and Planet: reflections based on Tony McMichael’s four decades of contribution to epidemiological understanding. Australia National University Press, Acton, ACT, Australia, pp. 337-350.
McCalman, Janya, Tsey, Komla, Kitau, Russell, and McGinty, Sue (2012) "Bringing us back to our origin": adapting and transferring an Indigenous Australian values-based leadership capacity-building course for community development in Papua New Guinea. Community Development, 43 (3). pp. 393-408.
McIver , L.J., Naicker , J., Hales, S., Singh , S., and Dawainavesi , A. (2012) Climate change and health in Fiji: environmental epidemiology of infectious diseases and potential for climate-based early warning systems. Fiji Journal of Public Health, 1 (1). pp. 7-13.
Spickett, Jeffery T., Katscherian, Dianne, and McIver, Lachlan (2013) Health impacts of climate change in Vanuatu: an assessment and adaptation action plan. Global Journal of Health Science, 5 (3). pp. 42-53.
Usher, Kim, Park, Tanya, Trueman, Scott, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Casella, Evan, and Woods, Cindy (2014) An educational program for mental health nurses and community health workers from Pacific Island countries: results from a pilot study. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 35 (5). pp. 337-343.