Publications by: Lynore Geia

Also publishes as (Lynore Karen Geia, Lynore K. Geia, L.K. Geia, L. Geia)

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Cairns, Alice, Geia, Lynore, Kris, Sylvia, Armstrong, Elizabeth, O'Hara, Amy, Rodda, Danielle, McDermott, Robyn, and Barker, Ruth (2021) Developing a community rehabilitation and lifestyle service for a remote Indigenous community. Disability and Rehabilitation. (In Press)

Geia, L., Baird, K., Bail, K., Barclay, L., Bennett, J., Best, O., Birks, M., Blackley, L., Blackman, R., Bonner, A., Bryant, R., Buzzacott, C., Campbell, S., Catling, C., Chamberlain, C., Cox, L., Cross, W., Cruickshank, M., Cummins, A., Dahlen, H., Daly, J., Darbyshire, P., Davidson, P., Denny-Wilson, E., De Souza, R., Doyle, K., Drummond, A., Duff, J., Duffield, C., Dunning, T., East, L., Elliott, D., Elmir, R., Fergie, D., Ferguson, C., Fernandez, R., Flower, D., Foureur, M., Fowler, C., Fry, M., Gorman, E., Grant, J., Gray, J., Halcomb, E., Hart, B., Hartz, D., Hazelton, M., Heaton, L., Hickman, L., Homer, C., Hungerford, C., Hutton, A., Jackson, D., Johnson, A., Kelly, M., Kitson, A., Knight, S., Levett-Jones, T., Lindsay, D., Lovett, R., Luck, L., Malloy, L., Manias, E., Mannix, J., Marriott, R., Martin, M., Massey, D., McCloughen, A., McGough, S., McGrath, L., Mills, J., Mitchell, B., Mohamed, J., Montayre, J., Moroney, T., Moyle, W., Moxham, L., Northam, H., Nowlan, S., O'Brien, T., Ogunsiji, O., Patterson, C., Pennington, K., Peters, K., Phillips, J., Power, T., Procter, N., Ramjan, L., Ramsay, N., Rasmussen, B., Rihari-Thomas, J., Rind, B., Robinson, M., Roche, M., Sainsbury, K., Salamonson, Y., Sherwood, J., Shields, L., Sim, J., Skinner, I., Smallwood, G., Smallwood, R., Stewart, L., Taylor, S., Usher, K., Virdun, C., Wannell, J., Ward, R., West, C., West, R., Wilkes, L., Williams, R., Wilson, R., Wynaden, D., and Wynn, R. (2020) A unified call to action from Australian nursing and midwifery leaders: ensuring that Black Lives Matter. Contemporary Nurse, 56 (4). pp. 297-308.

Day, Andrew, Tamatea, Armon, and Geia, Lynore (2019) Scientific inquiry and offender rehabilitation: the importance of epistemic and prudential values. Psychology, Crime & Law, 25 (6). pp. 577-588.

Geia, Lynore, Broadfield, Kirstie, Grainger, Daniel, Day, Andrew, and Watkin-Lui, Felecia (2018) Adolescent and young adult substance use in Australian Indigenous communities: a systematic review of demand control program outcomes. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 42 (3). pp. 254-261.

Day, Andrew, Tamatea, Armon J., Casey, Sharon, and Geia, Lynore (2018) Assessing risk with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders: considerations for forensic practice. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 25 (3). pp. 452-464.

Geia, Lynore, Pearson, Luke, and Sweet, Melissa (2017) Narratives of Twitter as a platform for professional development, innovation, and advocacy. Australian Psychologist, 52 (4). pp. 280-287.

Sabesan, Sabe, Kelly, Jenny, Budden, Lea, and Geia, Lynore K. (2015) My Family's Anti-Tobacco Education (My-FATE) model for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23 (3). pp. 189-190.

Sherwood, Juanita, and Geia, Lynore K. (2014) Historical and current perspectives on the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. In: Best, Odette, and Fredericks, Bronwyn, (eds.) Yatdjuligin: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery care. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 7-30.

Geia, Lynore, Budden, Lea, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Baldwin, Adele, Sparke, Vanessa, Callope, Elizabeth, Ives, Karen, Boucher, Robyn, Johns, Kelly, and Hinch, Joanne (2014) Connectedness, confidence, competence, celebration: 4C'ing the future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing and midwifery students. In: Abstracts from "Are you remotely interested...?" Remote Health Conference. From: "Are you remotely interested...?" Remote Health Conference, 30 July- 1st August 2014, Mt Isa, Queensland, Australia .

Callope, Elizabeth, Felton-Busch, Catrina, Geia, Lynore, Budden, Lea M., Baldwin, Adele, and Sparke, Vanessa (2014) U-Connect: a tool for engaging and supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at university. In: Abstracts from the 7th Biennial Are You Remotely Interested Conference. From: AYRI 2014: 7th Biennial Are You Remotely Interested Conference, 30 June - 1 July 2014, Mount Isa, QLD, Australia.

Jackson, Debra, Power, Tamara, Sherwood, Juanita, and Geia, Lynore (2013) Amazingly resilient Indigenous people!: using transformative learning to facilitate positive student engagement with sensitive material. Contemporary Nurse, 46 (1). pp. 105-112.

Geia, Lynore K., Hayes, Barbara, and Usher, Kim (2013) Yarning/Aboriginal storytelling: towards an understanding of an Indigenous perspective and its implications for research practice. Contemporary Nurse, 46 (1). pp. 13-17.

Geia, Lynore Karen (2012) First steps, making footprints: intergenerational Palm Island families' Indigenous stories (narratives) of childrearing practice strengths. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Geia, Lynore K., Hayes, Barbara, and Usher, Kim (2011) A strengths based approach to Australian Aboriginal childrearing practices is the answer to better outcomes in Aboriginal family and child health. Collegian, 18 (3). pp. 99-100.

Hayes, Barbara A., Campbell, Alistair, Buckby, Beryl, Geia, Lynore K., and Egan, Margaret E. (2010) The interface of mental and emotional health and pregnancy in urban indigenous women: research in progress. Infant Mental Health Journal, 31 (3). pp. 277-290.

Larkins, S.L., Geia, L.K., and Panaretto, K.S. (2006) Consultations in general practice and at an Aboriginal community controlled health service: do they differ? Rural and Remote Health, 6 (3). 560. - .

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