Publications by: Ross Bailie

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Langham, Erika, McCalman, Janya, Matthews, Veronica, Bainbridge, Roxanne Gwendalyn, Nattabi, Barbara, Kinchin, Irina, and Bailie, Ross (2017) Social and emotional wellbeing screening for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders within primary health care: a series of missed opportunities? Frontiers in Public Health, 5. pp. 1-9.

Woods, Cindy, Carlisle, Karen, Larkins, Sarah, Thompson, Sandra Claire, Tsey, Komla, Matthews, Veronica, and Bailie, Ross (2017) Exploring systems that support good clinical care in Indigenous primary health-care services: a retrospective analysis of longitudinal systems assessment tool data from high-improving services. Frontiers in Public Health, 2017 (5). pp. 1-17.

Woods, Cindy, Carlisle, Karen, Larkins, Sarah, Thompson, Sandra Claire, Tsey, Komla, Matthews, Veronica, and Bailie, Ross (2017) Exploring systems that support good clinical care in Indigenous primary health care services: a retrospective analysis of longitudinal Systems Assessment Tool data from high improving services. Frontiers in Public Health, 5. pp. 1-17.

Bailie, Ross, Matthews, Veronica, Larkins, Sarah, Thompson, Sandra, Burgess, Paul, Weeramanthri, Tarun, Bailie, Jodie, Cunningham, Frances, Kwedza, Ru, and Clark, Louise (2017) Impact of policy support on uptake of evidence-based continuous quality improvement activities and the quality of care for Indigenous Australians: a comparative case study. BMJ Open, 7 (10).

Bailie, Jodie, Matthews, Veronica, Laycock, Alison, Schultz, Rosalie, Burgess, Christopher P., Peiris, David, Larkins, Sarah, and Bailie, Ross (2017) Improving preventive health care in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary care settings. Globalization and Health, 13.

Matthews, Veronica, Burgess, Christopher P., Connors, Christine, Moore, Elizabeth, Peiris, David, Scrimgeour, David, Thompson, Sandra C., Larkins, Sarah, and Bailie, Ross (2017) Integrated clinical decision support systems promote absolute cardiovascular risk assessment: an important primary prevention measure in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care. Frontiers in Public Health, 5.

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