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2010Building capacity for evidence generation, synthesis and implementation to improve the care of mothers and babies in South East Asia: methods and design of the SEA-ORCHID Project using a logical framework approachHenderson-Smart, David; Short, Jacki; Chamberlain, Catherine; Crowther, Caroline; Festin, Mario R; Green, Sally; Ho, Jacqueline J.; Lumbiganon, Pisake; Martis, Ruth; McDonald, Steve J; Mohammad, Hakimi; Thinkhamrop, Jadsada; Turner, Tari; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthBuilding capacity for evidence generation, synthesis and implementation to improve the care of mothers and babies in South East Asia: methods and design of the SEA-ORCHID Project using a logical framework approach, BMC Medical Research Methodology, vol.10, 61,pp 1-10
2017Evidence for a comprehensive approach to Aboriginal tobacco control to maintain the decline in smoking: An overview of reviews among Indigenous peoplesWilson, Andrew; Alam, Noore; Banks, Emily; Brennan, Sue; Chamberlain, Catherine; Eades, Sandra J; Maddox, Raglan; Perlen, Susan M; Rychetnik, Lucie; Thomas, David; School of Public Health: Public HealthEvidence for a comprehensive approach to Aboriginal tobacco control to maintain the decline in smoking: An overview of reviews among Indigenous peoples, Systematic Reviews, vol.6, 1, 2017,pp 1-28
2013Gestational Diabetes Mellitus in Far North Queensland, Australia, 2004 to 2010: Midwives' perinatal data most accurate sourceEades, Sandra; Chamberlain, Catherine; Davis, Bronwyn; Fredericks, Bronwyn; McLean, Anna; Reid, Chris; Stewart, Kirsten; School of Public Health: The Sax InstituteGestational Diabetes Mellitus in Far North Queensland, Australia, 2004 to 2010: Midwives' perinatal data most accurate source, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol.37, 6, 2013,pp 556-561
2013Postpartum care for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus across urban, rural and remote locations: A protocol for a cohort linkage studyEades, Sandra; Chamberlain, Catherine; Davis, Bronwyn; Fredericks, Bronwyn; Mein, Jacqueline; Oldenburg, Brian F.; Smith, Catherine; School of Public Health: The Sax InstitutePostpartum care for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus across urban, rural and remote locations: A protocol for a cohort linkage study, SpringerPlus, vol.2, 1, 2013,pp 1-13
2014Prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus among Indigenous women and comparison with non-Indigenous Australian women: 1990-2009Eades, Sandra; Banks, Emily; Chamberlain, Catherine; Diouf, Ibrahima; Gubhaju, Lina; Joshy, Grace; Oats, Jeremy; School of Public Health: The Sax InstitutePrevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus among Indigenous women and comparison with non-Indigenous Australian women: 1990-2009, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, vol.54, 5, 2014,pp 433-440
2013Psychosocial interventions for supporting women to stop smoking in pregnancyEades, Sandra; Caird, Jenny; Chamberlain, Catherine; Oliver, Sandy; O'Mara-Eves, Alison; Perlen, Susan M; Thomas, James; School of Public Health: The Sax InstitutePsychosocial interventions for supporting women to stop smoking in pregnancy, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, vol.10, N/A, 2013,pp 1-354
2016Trends in maternal and newborn health characteristics and obstetric interventions among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers in Western Australia from 1986 to 2009Eades, Sandra; Chamberlain, Catherine; Diouf, Ibrahima; Gubhaju, Lina; Joshy, Grace; McNamara, Bridgette; Oats, Jeremy J N; Stanley, Fiona; School of Public Health: The Sax InstituteTrends in maternal and newborn health characteristics and obstetric interventions among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers in Western Australia from 1986 to 2009, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, vol.56, 3, 2016,pp 245-251