Vashum, Khanrin Phungamla, McEvoy, Mark, Shi, Zumin, Milton, Abul Hasnat, Islam, Md Rafiqul, Sibbritt, David, Patterson, Amanda, Byles, Julie, Loxton, Deborah, Attia, John. BioMed Central; 2013. Is dietary zinc protective for type 2 diabetes? Results from the Australian longitudinal study on women's health.
Otterbach, Steffan, Tavener, Meredith, Forder, Peta, Powers, Jennifer, Loxton, Deborah, Byles, Julie. Nordic Association of Occupational Safety and Health (NOROSH); 2016. The effect of motherhood and work on women's time pressure: a cohort analysis using the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health.
McLaughlin, Deirdre, Adams, Jon, Norman, Paul E., Pachana, Nancy A., Almeida, Osvaldo P., Brown, Wendy, Byles, Julie, Dobson, Annette, Flicker, Leon, Hankey, Graeme J., Jamrozik, Konrad, McCaul, Kiernan A.. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia; 2011. Are the national guidelines for health behaviour appropriate for older Australians?: evidence from the Men, Women and Ageing Project.
Parkinson, Lynne, Moorin, Rachael, Peeters, Geeske, Byles, Julie, Blyth, Fiona, Caughey, Gillian, Cunich, Michelle, Magin, Parker, March, Lyn, Pond, Dimity. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing; 2016. Incident osteoarthritis associated with increased allied health services use in 'baby boomer' Australian women.
Burns, Richard A., Butterworth, Peter, Browning, Colette, Byles, Julie, Luszcz, Mary, Mitchell, Paul, Shaw, Jonathan, Anstey, Kaarin J.. Cambridge University Press; 2015. Examination of the association between mental health, morbidity, and mortality in late life: findings from longitudinal community surveys.
Mishra, Gita Devi, Hockey, Richard, Powers, Jennifer, Loxton, Deborah, Tooth, Leigh, Rowlands, Ingrid, Byles, Julie, Dobson, Annette. Journal of Medical Internet Research; 2014. Recruitment via the internet and social networking sites: the 1989-1995 cohort of the Australian longitudinal study on women's health.
Perry, Lin, Bellchambers, Helen, Howie, Andrew, Moxey, Annette, Parkinson, Lynne, Capra, Sandra, Byles, Julie. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing; 2011. Examination of the utility of the Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services framework for implementation of evidence based practice in residential aged care settings.
Parkinson, Lynne, Chiarelli, Pauline, Byrne, Jennifer, Gibson, Richard, McNeill, Suzanne, Lloyd, Gillian, Watts, Wendy, Byles, Julie. Dove Medical Press Ltd; 2007. Continence promotion for older hospital patients following surgery for a fractured neck of femur: pilot of a randomized controlled trial.
Loxton, Deborah, Powers, Jennifer, Anderson, Amy E., Townshend, Natalie, Harris, Melissa L., Tuckerman, Ryan, Pease, Stephanie, Mishra, Gita, Byles, Julie. Journal of Medical Internet Research; 2015. Online and offline recruitment of young women for a longitudinal health survey: findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health 1989-95 cohort.
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. Oxford University Press; 2008. Cohort profile: the 45 and up study.
Anstey, Kaarin J., Bielak, Allison A. M., Windsor, Timothy D., Dynopta Team,, Birrell, Carole L., Browning, Colette J., Burns, Richard A., Byles, Julie, Kiely, Kim M., Nepal, Binod, Ross, Lesley A., Steel, David. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing; 2011. Understanding ageing in older Australians: the contribution of the Dynamic Analyses to Optimise Ageing (DYNOPTA) project to the evidence base and policy.
Arokiasamy, Perianayagam, Uttamacharya,, Wu, Fan, Guo, Yanfei, Zheng, Yang, Kalula, Sebastian Zimba, Rodríguez, Aarón Salinas, Espinoza, Betty Manrique, Liebert, Melissa A., Eick, Geeta, Sterner, Kirstin N., Barrett, Tyler M., Kowal, Paul, Byles, Julie, , , , , , , , , , Capistrant, Benjamin D., , Gildner, Theresa E., Thiele, Elizabeth, Biritwum, Richard B., Yawson, Alfred E., Mensah, George, Maximova, Tamara. Oxford University Press; 2017. Chronic noncommunicable diseases in 6 low- and middle-income countries: findings from wave 1 of the world health organization's Study on Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE).