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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.

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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Darr, Jenifer Olive, Franklin, Richard C., McBain-Rigg, Kristin Emma, Larkins, Sarah, Roe, Yvette, Panaretto, Kathryn, Saunders, Vicki, and Crowe, Melissa (2021) Quality management systems in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services: a review of the literature. BMJ Open Quality, 10 (3). e001091.

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Fox, Haylee, Topp, Stephanie M., Lindsay, Daniel, and Callander, Emily (2021) Ethnic, socio-economic and geographic inequities in maternal health service coverage in Australia. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 36 (6). pp. 2182-2198.

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Kuipers, Pim, Lindeman, Melissa A., Grant, Laurencia, and Dingwall, Kylie (2016) Front-line worker perspectives on indigenous youth suicide in central Australia: Initial treatment and response. Advances in Mental Health, 14 (2). pp. 106-117.

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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.

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Smyth, Wendy, McArdle, Joleen, Body-Dempsey, John, Manickam, Valli, Swinbourne, Anne, Lee, Ickjai, Holdsworth, Jason, Omonaiye, Olumuyiwa, and Nagle, Cate (2022) Immersive virtual reality in a northern Queensland haemodialysis unit: Study protocol for a cross-over randomised controlled feasibility trial (ACTRN12621000732886). Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, 28. 100956.

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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, 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, 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.

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