Publications by: Katrina Bird

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Bohanna, India, Harriss, Linton, McDonald, Malcolm, Cullen, Jennifer, Strivens, Edward, Bird, Katrina, Blanco, Leisyle, Thompson, Fintan, Wapau, Hylda, Wason, Alan, and Barker, Ruth (2022) A systematic review of disability, rehabilitation and lifestyle services in rural and remote Australia through the lens of the people-centred health care. Disability and Rehabilitation. (In Press)

Bohanna, India, Harriss, Linton, McDonald, Malcolm, Cullen, Jennifer, Strivens, Edward, Bird, Katrina, Blanco, Leisyle, Thompson, Fintan, Wapau, Hylda, Wason, Alan, and Barker, Ruth (2022) A systematic review of disability, rehabilitation and lifestyle services in rural and remote Australia through the lens of the people-centred health care. Disability and Rehabilitation. (In Press)

Bird, Katrina, Stothers, Kylie, Armstrong, Emily, Marika, Eunice Djerrkŋu, Yunupingu, Murphy Dhayirra, Brown, Louise, Witt, Susan, Campbell, Narelle, and Barker, Ruth (2022) Marŋgithirri guŋga'yunarawu ga guŋga'yunyarawu marŋgithinyarawu learning to connect and connecting to learn: preparing the rural and remote allied health workforce through a co‐created student‐implemented service in East Arnhem, Australia. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 30 (1). pp. 75-86.

Barker, Ruth, Chamberlain-Salaun, Jennifer, Harrison, Helena, Nash, Robyn, Nielsen, Ilsa, Harvey, Desley, Sim, Jenny, Ciccone, Natalie, Carr, Jennifer, Bird, Katrina, Palermo, Claire, and Devine, Sue (2021) Evaluation of the Allied Health Rural Generalist Program 2017-2019. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 29 (2). pp. 158-171.

Barker, Ruth, Bird, Katrina, Blanco, Leisyle, Bohanna, India, McLucas, Jan, McDonald, Malcolm, Cullen, Jennifer, Wapau, Hylda, Wason, Alan, Strivens, Edward, Forbes, Suzanne, Mick-Ramsamy, Leeann, Thompson, Fintan, Harriss, Linton, and Lawson, Kenny (2021) FNQ Connect: Connecting people, connecting care. A proposal for reform of disability, rehabilitation and lifestyle services for children, young people, adults and older people of FNQ. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Brown, Louise, Armstrong, Emily, Yunupingu, Murphy Dhayirra, Campbell, Narelle, Strothers, Kylie, Witt, Susan, Bird, Katrina, and Barker, Ruth (2021) "They learn from us and we learn from them" in East Arnhem. In: [Presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference 2021]. From: Speech Pathology Australia National Conference 2021, 31 May - 2 June 2021, Online Event.

Fitts, Michelle S., Condon, Taeha, Gilroy, John, Bird, Katrina, Bleakley, Erica, Matheson, Lauren, Fleming, Jennifer, Clough, Alan R., Esterman, Adrian, Maruff, Paul, and Bohanna, India (2019) Indigenous traumatic brain injury research: responding to recruitment challenges in the hospital environment. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 19 (1). 172.

Bohanna, India, Fitts, Michelle, Bird, Katrina, Fleming, Jennifer, Gilroy, John, Clough, Alan, Esterman, Adrian, Maruff, Paul, and Potter, Martin (2019) The potential of a narrative and creative arts approach to enhance transition outcomes for Indigenous Australians following traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, 20 (Special issue 2). pp. 160-170.

Fitts, Michelle S., Bird, Katrina, Gilroy, John, Fleming, Jennifer, Clough, Alan R., Esterman, Adrian, Maruff, Paul, Fatima, Yaqoot, and Bohanna, India (2019) A qualitative study on the transition support needs of Indigenous Australians following traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, 20 (2). pp. 137-159.

Bohanna, India, Fitts, Michelle S., Bird, Katrina, Fleming, Jennifer, Gilroy, John, Esterman, Adrian, Maruff, Paul, and Clough, Alan R. (2018) The transition from hospital to home: protocol for a longitudinal study of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traumatic brain injury (TBI). Brain Impairment, 19 (3). pp. 246-257.

Clough, Alan R., Margolis, Stephen A., Miller, Adrian, Shakeshaft, Anthony, Doran, Christopher M., McDermott, Robyn, Sanson-Fisher, Robert, Ypinazar, Valmae, Martin, David, Robertson, Jan A., Fitts, Michelle S., Bird, Katrina , Honorato, Bronwyn, Towle, Simon, and West, Caryn (2017) Alcohol management plans in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Indigenous) Australian communities in Queensland: community residents have experienced favourable impacts but also suffered unfavourable ones. BMC Public Health, 17 (55). pp. 1-14.

Clough, Alan R., Margolis, Stephen A., Miller, Adrian, Shakeshaft, Anthony, Doran, Christopher M., McDermott, Robyn, Sanson-Fisher, Rob, Towle, Simon, Martin, David, Ypinazar, Valmae, Robertson, Jan A., Fitts, Michelle S., Bird, Katrina, Honorato, Bronwyn, and West, Caryn (2016) Alcohol control policies in Indigenous communities: a qualitative study of the perceptions of their effectiveness among service providers, stakeholders and community leaders in Queensland (Australia). International Journal of Drug Policy, 36. pp. 67-75.

Bird, Katrina, Fitts, Michelle S., and Clough, Alan R. (2016) Alcohol management plans in Indigenous communities in Queensland (Australia) may have unintended implications for the care of children. Health & Justice, 4 (8). pp. 1-7.

Clough, Alan, Robertson, Jan, Fitts, Michelle, Lawson, Kenny, Bird, Katrina, Hunter, Ernest, Gynther, Bruce, and Obrecht, Karin (2015) Impacts of meth/amphetamine, other drugs and alcohol in rural and remote areas in northern and north-east Queensland: an environmental scan. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Clough, Alan R., and Bird, Katrina (2015) The implementation and development of complex alcohol control policies in indigenous communities in Queensland (Australia). International Journal of Drug Policy, 26 (4). pp. 345-351.

Bohanna, India, Bird, Katrina, Copeland, Jan, Roberts, Nicholas, and Clough, Alan (2014) A service-level action research intervention to improve identification and treatment of cannabis and related mental health issues in young Indigenous Australians: a study protocol. BMJ Open, 4 (7). e005689. pp. 1-7.

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