"There's a housing crisis going on in Sydney for Aboriginal people": focus group accounts of housing and perceived associations with health
A case study of enhanced clinical care enabled by Aboriginal health research: the hearing, ear health and language Services (HEALS) project
- Young, Christian, Gunasekera, Hasantha, Booker, Julie, Fernando, Peter, Kalucy, Deanna, Sherriff, Simone, Tong, Allison, Parter, Carmen, Bailey, Sandra, Redman, Sally, Banks, Emily, Craig, Jonathan C., Kong, Kelvin, Purcell, Alison, Muthayya, Sumithra, Vincent, Frank, Wright, Darryl, Gordon, Raylene, Bell, Jennifer, Gillor, Guy
A guide to scaling up population health interventions
A prospective, multi-method, multi-disciplinary, multi-level, collaborative, social-organisational design for researching health sector accreditation [LP0560737]
- Braithwaite, Jeffrey, Westbrook, Johanna, Nathan, Sally, Gibberd, Robert, Pawsey, Marjorie, Greenfield, David, Naylor, Justine, Iedema, Rick, Runciman, Bill, Redman, Sally, Jorm, Christine, Robinson, Maureen
Cohort profile: the 45 and up study
- Banks, Emily, Redman, Sally, Harris, Mark, Sitas, Freddy, Smith, Wayne, Taylor, Lee, Wutzke, Sonia, Lujic, Sanja, Jorm, Louisa, Armstrong, Bruce, Bauman, Adrian, Beard, John, Beral, Valerie, Byles, Julie, Corbett, Stephen, Cumming, Robert
Determinants of successful clinical networks: the conceptual framework and study protocol
Figuring out fidelity: a worked example of the methods used to identify, critique and revise the essential elements of a contextualised intervention in health policy agencies
Improving the quality of healthcare: a cross-sectional study of the features of successful clinical networks
- Haines, Mary M., Brown, Bernadette, Elliott, Elizabeth J., Scott, Anthony, Dominello, Amanda, Klineberg, Emily, Atkinson, Jo-An, Paul, Christine, Redman, Sally, D'Este, Catherine A., Yano, Elizabeth M., Craig, Jonathan C., Middleton, Sandy, Castaldi, Peter A., Pollock, Carol A., Needham, Kate, Watt, William H.
Increasing the scale and adoption of population health interventions: experiences and perspectives of policy makers, practitioners, and researchers
The development of ORACLe: a measure of an organisation's capacity to engage in evidence-informed health policy
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