Publications by: Veronica E. Graham

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Topp, Steph, Tully, Josslyn, Cummins, Rachel, Graham, Veronica, Yashadhana, Aryati, Elliott, Lana, and Taylor, Sean (2022) Rhetoric, reality and racism: the governance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers in a state government health service in Australia. International Journal of Health Policy and Management. (In Press)

Topp, Steph, Tully, Josslyn, Cummins, Rachel, Graham, Veronica, Yashadhana, Aryiati, Elliott, Lana, and Taylor, Sean (2022) Building patient trust in health systems: a qualitative study of facework in the context of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker role in Queensland, Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 302. 114984.

Topp, Stephanie M., Tully, Josslyn, Cummins, Rachel, Graham, Veronica, Yashadhana, Aryitati, Elliott, Lana, and Taylor, Sean (2021) Unique knowledge, unique skills, unique role: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers in Queensland, Australia. BMJ Global Health, 6. e006028.

Graham, Veronica E., and Clough, Alan R. (2019) “Need Everyone Helping to Keep Off Because Everyone Helping to Keep On” – reducing harms from cannabis use in remote Indigenous Australian communities involves more than just users. Substance Use & Misuse, 52 (5). pp. 699-712.

Graham, Veronica E., and Clough, Alan R. (2018) Cannabis use among remote Indigenous Australians: opportunities to support change identified in two waves of sampling. Frontiers in Public Health, 6. 310.

Graham, Veronica E., Campbell, Sandra, West, Caryn, and Clough, Alan R. (2017) Substance misuse intervention research in remote Indigenous Australian communities since the NHMRC 'Roadmap'. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 41 (4). pp. 424-431.

Clough, Alan R., Jacups, Susan, Robertson, Jan, Rogerson, Bernadette, and Graham, Veronica (2012) Listening to what Indigenous people in remote communities say about alcohol restrictions and cannabis use: "Good thing that the alcohol's gone, but the gunja has kept going". Medical Journal of Australia, 197 (5). p. 275.

Bohanna, India, Graham, Veronica, Robertson, Jan, Rogerson, Bernadette, Genn, Ray, Demarchi, Celia, O'Brien, Jana, and Clough, Alan (2011) High prevalence of cannabis use, mental health impacts, and potential intervention strategies: data from the Cape York cannabis project. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30 (S1). 76. p. 13.

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