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Au, Michael, Anandakumar, Athire Debbie, Preston, Robyn, Ray, Robin A., and Davis, Meg (2019) A model explaining refugee experiences of the Australian healthcare system: a systematic review of refugee perceptions. BMC International Health and Human Rights, 19. 22.

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Corscadden, Lisa, Callander, Emily J., Topp, Stephanie M., and Watson, Diane E. (2020) Disparities in experiences of emergency department care for people with a mental health condition. Australasian Emergency Care. (In Press)

Callander, Emily J., and Topp, Stephanie M. (2020) Health inequality in the tropics and its costs: a Sustainable Development Goals alert. International Health, 12 (5). pp. 395-410.

Corscadden, L., Levesque, J.F., Lewis, V., Strumpf, E., Breton, M., and Russell, G (2018) Factors associated with multiple barriers to access to primary care: an international analysis. International Journal for Equity in Health, 17. 28.

Cordier, Reinie, Milbourn, Ben, Martin, Robyn, Buchanan, Angus, Chung, Donna, and Speyer, Renée (2017) A systematic review evaluating the psychometric properties of measures of social inclusion. PLoS ONE, 12 (6). e0179109.

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Durham, Jo, Brolan, Claire E., Lui, Chi-Wai, and Whittaker, Maxine (2016) The need for a rights-based public health approach to Australian asylum seeker health. Public Health Reviews, 37 (6). pp. 1-24.

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Edelman, Alexandra, Taylor, Judy, Ovseiko, Pavel V., and Topp, Stephanie M. (2018) The role of academic health centres in improving health equity: a systematic review. Journal Of Health Organization And Management, 32 (2). pp. 279-297.

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Goudey, B., Hickson, R.I., Hettiarachchige, C.K.H., Pore, M., Reeves, C., Smith, O.J., and Swan, A. (2017) A framework for optimal health worker allocation in under-resourced regions. IBM Journal of Research and Development, 61 (6). 5. 5:1-5:12.

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Heng, Audrey, Heal, Clare, Banks, Jennifer, and Preston, Robyn (2019) Clinician and client perspectives regarding transgender health: a North Queensland focus. International Journal of Transgenderism, 20 (4). pp. 434-446.

Halili, Servando ‘Ben’ Jr., Cristobal, Fortunato, Woolley, Torres, Ross, Simone J., Reeve, Carole, and Neusy, A-J. (2017) Addressing health workforce inequities in the Mindanao regions of the Philippines: tracer study of graduates from a socially-accountable, community-engaged medical school and graduates from a conventional medical school. Medical Teacher, 39 (8). pp. 859-865.

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Jatrana, Santosh, and Crampton, Peter (2021) Do financial barriers to access to primary health care increase the risk of poor health? Longitudinal evidence from New Zealand. Social Science and Medicine. 113255. (In Press)

Jayakody, Amanda, Oldmeadow, Christopher, Carey, Mariko, Bryant, Jamie, Evans, Tiffany, Ella, Stephen, Attia, John, Towle, Simon, and Sanson-Fisher, Robert (2020) Frequent avoidable admissions amongst Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people with chronic conditions in New South Wales, Australia: a historical cohort study. BMC Health Services Research, 20 (1). 1082.

Jones, Gary (2016) HIV and Young People: risk and resilience in the urban slum. SpringerBriefs in Public Health . Springer, Cham, Switzerland.

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Local Burden of Disease WaSH Collaborators, (2020) Mapping geographical inequalities in access to drinking water and sanitation facilities in low-income and middle-income countries, 2000–17. The Lancet Global Health, 8 (9). e1162-e1185.

Local Burden of Disease Diarrhoea Collaborators, (2020) Mapping geographical inequalities in oral rehydration therapy coverage in low-income and middle-income countries, 2000-17. The Lancet Global Health, 8 (8). pp. 1038-1060.

Larkins, Sarah, Johnston, Karen, Hogenbirk, John C., Willems, Sara, Elsanousi, Salwa, Mammen, Marykutty, Van Roy, Kaatje, Iputo, Jehu, Cristobal, Fortunato L., Greenhill, Jennene, Labarda, Charlie, and Neusy, André-Jacques (2018) Practice intentions at entry to and exit from medical schools aspiring to social accountability: findings from the Training for Health Equity Network Graduate Outcome Study. BMC Medical Education, 18. 261.

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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.

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Preston, Robyn, Larkins, Sarah, Taylor, Judy, and Judd, Jenni (2016) From personal to global: understandings of social accountability from stakeholders at four medical schools. Medical Teacher, 38 (10). pp. 987-994.

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Richards, Janet, and Preston, Robyn (2017) Providing socially accountable medical: student perceptions from two Australian medical schools. In: Proceedings of the 14th National Rural Health Conference. pp. 1-11. From: 14th National Rural Health Conference, 26-29 April 2017, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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Smith, Helene J, Topp, Stephanie M., Hoffmann, Christopher J., Ndlovu, Thulani, Charalambous, Salome, Murray, Laura, Kane, Jeremy, Sikazwe, Izukanje, Muyoyeta, Monde, and Herce, Michael E. (2020) Addressing common mental health disorders among incarcerated people living with HIV: insights from implementation science for service integration and delivery. Current HIV/AIDS Reports. (In Press)

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Topp, Stephanie M., Carbone, Nicole, Tseka, Jennifer, Kamtsendero, Linda, Banda, Godfrey, and Herce, Michael E. (2020) "Most of what they do, we cannot do!" How lay health workers respond to barriers to uptake and retention in HIV care among pregnant and breastfeeding mothers in Malawi. BMJ Global Health, 5 (6). e002220.

Topp, Stephanie M., Chetty-Makkan, Candice, Smith, Helene J., Chimoyi, Lucy, Hoffmann, Christopher J., Fielding, Katherine, Reid, Stewart E., Olivier, Abraham J., Hausler, Harry, Herce, Michael E., and Charalambous, Salome (2019) "It's not like taking chocolates": factors influencing the feasibility and sustainability of universal test and treat in correctional health systems in Zambia and South Africa. Global Health: Science and Practice, 7 (2). pp. 189-202.

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