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Amsters, Delena, Duncan, James, Field, Victoria, Smales, Alastair, Zillmann, Leanne, Kendall, Melissa, and Kuipers, Pim (2018) Determinants of participating in life after spinal cord injury–advice for health professionals arising from an examination of shared narratives. Disability and Rehabilitation, 40 (25). pp. 3030-3040.

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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.

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)

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.

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Carr, Jennifer Justine (2020) Walking and moving around for Aboriginal families with Machado-Joseph disease living in the Top End of Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Doig, Emmah, Prescott, Sarah, Fleming, Jennifer, Cornwell, Petrea, and Kuipers, Pim (2016) Reliability of the client-centeredness of goal setting (C–COGS) scale in acquired brain injury rehabilitation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 70 (4). 7004290010.

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Glencross, Sarah, Mason, Jonathan, Katsikitis, Mary, and Greenwood, Kenneth Mark (2021) Internet use by people with intellectual disability: exploring digital inequality-a systematic review. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 24 (8). pp. 503-520.

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Kuipers, Pim, and Sabuni, Louis Paluku (2016) Community-based rehabilitation and disability-inclusive development: On a winding path to an uncertain destination. In: Grech, S., and Soldatic, K., (eds.) Disability in the Global South. International Perspectives on Social Policy, Administration, and Practice . Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 453-467.

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Mgbemena, Nnamdi, Jones, Anne, and Leicht, Anthony S. (2022) Relationship between handgrip strength and lung function in adults: a systematic review. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. (In Press)

Marshall, Patricia, Gellie, Anthea, Tapim, Angelina, Lehmann, Jayne, Powell, Kaye, Baglot, Noela, Went, Ruth, and Rasalam, Roy (2020) Effective communication with people who have an intellectual disability disorder about their diabetes : a guide for health professionals. Report. National Diabetes Services Scheme, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Moses, Kawikizi, Kasang, Christa, Hirsch, Ernst, Kawuma, Joseph, and Kuipers, Pim (2017) Engaging with disability organisations in Uganda. Leprosy Review, 88. pp. 416-418.

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Wapau, Chenoa, Pilot, Pelista, Kris, Ella, McDonald, Malcolm, and Hempenstall, Allison (2022) Healthy skin, healthy mepla: a skin health promotional event for children in the Torres Strait. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. (In Press)

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