Publications by: Karen Carlisle

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Kilpatrick, Sue, Farmer, Jane, Emery, Sherridan, Kamstra, Peter, Steiner, Artur, McCosker, Anthony, and Carlisle, Karen (2023) Community transformed? Exploring the interaction between online support and rural community life for people with acute mental health conditions. Journal of Rural Studies, 99 (April). pp. 167-175.

Sabesan, Vanaja, Young, Louise, Carlisle, Karen, Vangaveti, Venkat, Vu, Tung, Van Erp, Ansmarie, and Kapur, Nitin (2023) Effects of candidates’ demographics and evaluation of the virtual Multiple Mini Interview (vMMI) as a tool for selection into paediatric training in Queensland. Medical Teacher, 45 (10). pp. 1148-1154.

Lindsay, Daniel, Bates, Nicole, Callander, Emily, Johnston, Karen, Carlisle, Karen, Smith, Deb, Evans, Rebecca, and Larkins, Sarah (2023) Evaluating the quality and safety of the BreastScreen remote radiology assessment model of service delivery in Australia. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 29 (3). pp. 203-210.

Steiner, Artu, Farmer, Jane, Yates, Sophie, Moran, Michael, and Carlisle, Karen (2023) How to systematically analyze co-production to inform future policies? Introducing 5Ws of co-production. Public Administration Review, 83 (3). pp. 503-521.

Steiner, Artur, Farmer, Jane, Kamstra, Peter, Carlisle, Karen, McCosker, Anthony, and Kilpatrick, Sue (2023) Online Mental Health Forums and Rural Resilience: Mixed Methods Study and Logic Model. JMIR Mental Health, 10. e47459.

Carlisle, Karen, Johnson, Peter, Mudd, Julie, Nagaraja, Haleagrahara, and Moodley, Nishila (2023) Reshaping curriculum delivery to transition to a multiple campus MBBS program. In: ANZAHPE 2023 Festival Abstract Book. 308. From: ANZAHPE 2023 Festival, 26-29 June 2023, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Gangathimmaiah, Vinay, Drever, Natalie, Evans, Rebecca, Moodley, Nishila, Sen Gupta, Tarun, Cardona, Magnolia, and Carlisle, Karen (2023) What works for and what hinders deimplementation of low-value care in emergency medicine practice? A scoping review. BMJ Open, 13 (11). e072762.

Warren, Robin, Young, Louise, Carlisle, Karen, Heslop, Ian, and Glass, Beverley (2023) A systems approach to the perception of the integration of public health into pharmacy practice: A qualitative study. Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy, 10. 100279.

Canuto, Karla, Preston, Robyn, Rannard, Sam, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Geia, Lynore, Yeomans, Lee, Turner, Nalita, Thompson, Quitaysha, Carlisle, Karen, Evans, Rebecca, Passey, Megan, Larkins, Sarah, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Farmer, Jane, Muscat, Melody, and Taylor, Judy (2022) How and why do women’s groups (WGs) improve the quality of maternal and child health (MCH) care? A systematic review of the literature. BMJ Open, 12 (2). e055756.

Gangathimmaiah, Vinay, Evans, Rebecca, Moodley, Nishila, Sen Gupta, Tarun, Drever, Natalie, Cardona, Magnolia, and Carlisle, Karen (2022) Identification of barriers, enablers and interventions to inform deimplementation of low-value care in emergency medicine practice: A protocol for a mixed methods scoping review informed by the Theoretical Domains Framework. BMJ Open, 12. e062755.

Smith, Deborah, Johnston, Karen, Carlisle, Karen, Evans, Rebecca, Preston, Robyn, Beckett, Jessamy, Geddes, Danielle, Naess, Helen, Poole, Melissa, and Larkins, Sarah (2021) Client perceptions of the BreastScreen Australia remote radiology assessment model. BMC Women's Health, 21 (30).

Manehoua, Leon, Carlisle, Karen, Whittaker, Maxine, Larkins, Sarah, Harrington, Humpress, Massey, Peter, Pitakaka, Freda D., and MacLaren, David (2021) Patient experiences of the community phase of the directly observed treatment short-course for tuberculosis in Malaita Province, Solomon Islands. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 33 (6-7). pp. 794-796.

Goulolo, Norma Denty, Bugoro, Hugo, Whittaker, Maxine, Larkins, Sarah, Harrington, Humpress, Carlisle, Karen, MacLaren, David, and Evans, Rebecca (2021) Perspectives of nurses about factors affecting quality of care at the Solomon Islands National Referral Hospital during the 2016-2017 dengue outbreak: a qualitative study. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 33 (6-7).

Warren, Robin, Young, Louise, Carlisle, Karen, Heslop, Ian, and Glass, Beverley (2021) Public health competencies for pharmacists: a scoping review. Pharmacy Education, 21 (1). pp. 731-758.

Carlisle, K., Larkins, S., Whittaker, M., MacLaren, D., and Delai, M. (2021) Research capacity training for surveillance and response in the Indo-Pacific: a case study of implementation. Public Health Action, 11 (2). pp. 61-68.

Redman-Maclaren, Michelle, Turner, Nalita Nungarrayi, Taylor, Judy, Laycock, Alison, Vine, Kristina, Thompson, Quitaysha, Larkins, Sarah, Carlisle, Karen, Thompson, Sandra, Bailie, Ross, and Matthews, Veronica (2021) Respect is central: a critical review of implementation frameworks for continuous quality improvement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care services. Frontiers in Public Health, 9. 630611.

Ramanathan, Shanthi Ann, Larkins, Sarah, Carlisle, Karen, Turner, Nalita, Bailie, Ross Stewart, Thompson, Sandra, Bainbridge, Roxanne, Deeming, Simon, and Searles, Andrew (2021) What was the impact of a participatory research project in Australian Indigenous primary healthcare services? Applying a comprehensive framework for assessing translational health research to Lessons for the Best. BMJ Open, 11 (2). e040749.

Carlisle, Karen, Matthews (Quandamooka), Veronica, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Vine, Kristina, Turner, Nalita Nungarrayi, Felton-Busch (Yangkaal/Gangalidda), Catrina, Taylor, Judy, Thompson, Sandra, Whaleboat (Meriam Le), Donald, Larkins, Sarah, and LEAP Learning Community, (2021) A qualitative exploration of priorities for quality improvement amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care services. BMC Health Services Research, 21. 431.

Harrington, Relmah, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Harvey, Nichole, Puia, Mike, Carlisle, Karen, and Larkins, Sarah (2020) Barriers and enablers to using contraceptives for family planning at Atoifi Hospital, East Kwaio, Solomon Islands. Pacific Journal of Reproductive Health, 1 (10). pp. 586-597.

Larkins, Sarah, Carlisle, Karen, Harrington, Humpress, MacLaren, David, Lovo, Etivina, Harrington, Relmah, Alves, Lucendar, Rafai, Eric, Delai, Mere, and Whittaker, Maxine (2020) From the frontline: strengthening surveillance and response capacities of the rural workforce in the Asia-Pacific region. How can grass-roots implementation research help? Frontiers in Public Health, 8. 507.

Johnston, Karen, Smith, Deborah, Preston, Robyn, Evans, Rebecca, Carlisle, Karen, Lengren, Janet, Naess, Helen, Phillips, Elizabeth, Shephard, Greg, Lydiard, Lorraine, Lattimore, Debbie, and Larkins, Sarah (2020) “From the technology came the idea”: safe implementation and operation of a high quality teleradiology model increasing access to timely breast cancer assessment services for women in rural Australia. BMC Health Services Research, 20. 1103.

Carlisle, Karen, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Cadet-James, Yvonne, Taylor, Judy, Bailie, Ross, Farmer, Jane, Passey, Megan, Matthews, Veronica, Callander, Emily, Evans, Rebecca, Kelly, Janet, Preston, Robyn, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Fox, Haylee, Esterman, Adrian, Zwarenstein, Merrick, and Larkins, Sarah (2020) WOmen's Action for Mums and Bubs (WOMB) trial protocol: a non-randomized stepped wedge implementation trial of participatory women's groups to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and children in Australia. Frontiers in Public Health, 8. 73.

Larkins, Sarah, Carlisle, Karen, Turner, Nalita, Taylor, Judy, Copley, Kerry, Cooney, Simon, Wright, Roderick, Matthews, Veronica, Thompson, Sandra, and Bailie, Ross (2019) 'At the grass roots level it's about sitting down and talking': exploring quality improvement through case studies with high-improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary healthcare services. BMJ Open, 9 (5). e027568.

Turner, Nalita Nungarrayi, Taylor, Judy, Larkins, Sarah, Carlisle, Karen, Thompson, Sandra, Carter, Maureen, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, and Bailie, Ross (2019) Conceptualizing the association between community participation and CQI in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander PHC services. Qualitative Health Research, 29 (13). pp. 1904-1915.

Preston, Robyn, Rannard, Sam, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Larkins, Sarah, Canuto, Karla, Carlisle, Karen, Evans, Rebecca, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle, Taylor, Judy, Turner, Nalita Nungarrayi, Yeomans, Lee, Sanguineti, Emma, Passey, Megan, and Farmer, Jane (2019) How and why do participatory women’s groups (PWGs) improve the quality of maternal and child health (MCH) care? A systematic review protocol. BMJ Open, 9 (9). e030461.

Taylor, Judy, Carlisle, Karen, Farmer, Jane, Larkins, Sarah, Dickson-Swift, Virginia, and Kenny, Amanda (2018) Implementation of oral health initiatives by Australian rural communities: factors for success. Health and Social Care in the Community, 26 (1). e102-e110.

Farmer, Jane, Carlisle, Karen, Dickson-Swift, Virginia, Teasdale, Simon, Kenny, Amanda, Taylor, Judy, Croker, Felicity, Marini, Karen, and Gussy, Mark (2018) Applying social innovation theory to examine how community co-designed health services develop: using a case study approach and mixed methods. BMC Health Services Research, 18. 68.

Warren, Robin, Carlisle, Karen, Mihala, Gabor, and Scuffham, Paul A. (2018) Effects of telemonitoring on glycaemic control and healthcare costs in type 2 diabetes: a randomised controlled trial. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 24 (9). pp. 586-595.

Carlisle, Karen, Farmer, Jane, Taylor, Judy, Larkins, Sarah, and Evans, Rebecca (2018) Evaluating community participation: a comparison of participatory approaches in the planning and implementation of new primary health-care services in northern Australia. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 33 (3). pp. 704-722.

Farmer, Jane, Bigby, Christine, Davis, Hilary, Carlisle, Karen, Kenny, Amanda, and Huysmans, Richard (2018) The state of health services partnering with consumers: evidence from an online survey of Australian health services. BMC Health Services Research, 18. 628.

Carlisle, K., Larkins, S., and Croker, F. (2017) Disparities in dental health of rural Australians: hospitalisation rates and utilisation of public dental services in three communities in North Queensland. Rural and Remote Health, 17 (4). 3807. 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, 5. 45. pp. 1-17.

Carlisle, Karen, Fleming, Rhonda, and Berrigan, Alison (2016) Commissioning for healthcare: a case study of the general practitioners After Hours Program. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 22 (1). pp. 22-25.

Tomas, Louisa, Jackson, Cliff, and Carlisle, Karen (2014) The transformative potential of engaging in science inquiry-based challenges: the ATSE Wonder of Science Challenge. Teaching Science, 60 (2). pp. 48-57.

Kenny, Amanda, Swift, Virginia, Farmer, Jane, Carlisle, Karen, Larkins, Sarah, Gussy, Mark, Croker, Felicity, and Elston, Jacinta (2014) Developing participatory methods that meet the needs of rural communities: the Rural ECOH study. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 13. 523.

Carlisle, Karen, and Warren, Robin (2013) A qualitative case study of telehealth for in-home monitoring to support the management of type 2 diabetes. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 19 (7). pp. 372-375.

Tomas, Louisa, Jackson, Cliff, and Carlisle, Karen (2013) The transformative potential of engaging in science inquiry and design-based challenges: the ATSE Wonder of Science Challenge. In: Proceedings of the Annual conference of the Australian Science Education Research Association. p. 45. From: 44th Annual ASERA Converence, 2-5 July, 2013, Wellington, New Zealand.

Tomas, Louisa, Jackson, Clifford, and Carlisle, Karen (2012) ATSE Wonder of Science Evaluation Report. Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Carlisle, Karen, Warren, Robin, Scuffham, Paul, and Cheffins, Tracy (2012) Randomised controlled trial of an in-home monitoring intervention to improve health outcomes for type 2 diabetes: study protocol. In: Smith, Anthony C., Armfield, Nigel R., and Eikelboom, Robert H., (eds.) Global Telehealth 2012. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 182 . IOS Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 43-51.

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