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2011High rates of albuminuria but not of low eGFR in Urban Indigenous Australians: the DRUID StudyChadban, Steven; Cunningham, Joan; Dunbar, Terry; Hodge, Allison M.; Lawton, Paul D; Maple-Brown, Louise J.; O'Dea, Kerin; Polkinghorne, Kevan R.; Shaw, Jonathon; Weeramanthri, Tarun; Zimmet, Paul Z; Central Clinical School: MedicineHigh rates of albuminuria but not of low eGFR in Urban Indigenous Australians: the DRUID Study, BMC Public Health, vol.11, N/A, 2011,pp 346-1-346-8
2014Improving Aboriginal maternal and infant health services in the 'Top End' of Australia; synthesis of the findings of a health services research program aimed at engaging stakeholders, developing research capacity and embedding changeBarclay, Lesley Margaret; Bar-Zeev, Sarah; Gao, Yu; Josif, Cathryn; Kruske, Sue; Belton, Suzanne; Dunbar, Terry; Kildea, Sue; Narjic, Concepta Wulili; Steenkamp, Malinda; Wardaguga, Molly; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural HealthImproving Aboriginal maternal and infant health services in the 'Top End' of Australia; synthesis of the findings of a health services research program aimed at engaging stakeholders, developing research capacity and embedding change, BMC Health Services Research, vol.14, 1, 2014,pp 1-9
2016Remote links: Redesigning maternity care for Aboriginal women from remote communities in Northern Australia - A comparative cohort studyBarclay, Lesley Margaret; Bar-Zeev, Sarah; Josif, Cathryn; Rolfe, Margaret; Dunbar, Terry; Gao, Yu; Kildea, Sue; Kruske, Sue G; Steenkamp, Malinda; Williams, Desley; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Rural HealthRemote links: Redesigning maternity care for Aboriginal women from remote communities in Northern Australia - A comparative cohort study, Midwifery, vol.34, N/A, 2016,pp 47-57