Publications by: Jennifer Cullen

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Fitts, Michelle, Cullen, Jennifer, and Barney, Jody (2023) Barriers Preventing Indigenous Women with Violence-related Head Injuries from Accessing Services in Australia. Australian Social Work, 76 (3). pp. 406-419.

Fitts, Michelle S., Cullen, Jennifer, Kingston, Gail, Johnson, Yasmin, Wills, Elaine, and Soldatic, Karen (2023) Understanding the Lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women with Traumatic Brain Injury from Family Violence in Australia: A Qualitative Study Protocol. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 20 (2). 1607.

Fitts, M.S., Cullen, J., Kingston, G., Wills, E., Johnson, Y., and Soldatic, K. (2023) Using research feedback loops to implement a disability case study with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and service providers in regional and remote Australia. Health Sociology Review, 32 (1). pp. 94-109.

Fitts, Michelle S., Cullen, Jennifer, Kingston, Gail, Wills, Elaine, and Soldatic, Karen (2022) “I Don’t Think It’s on Anyone’s Radar”: The Workforce and System Barriers to Healthcare for Indigenous Women Following a Traumatic Brain Injury Acquired through Violence in Remote Australia. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19 (22). 14744.

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.

Townsend, Clare, McIntyre, Michelle, Wright, Courtney J., Lakhani, Ali, White, Paul, and Cullen, Jennifer (2019) Exploring the experiences and needs of homeless Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with neurocognitive disability. Brain Impairment, 20 (2). pp. 180-196.

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