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2002Criteria for evaluating evidence on public health interventionsFrommer, Michael; Rychetnik, Lucie; Hawe, Penelope; Shiell, A; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthCriteria for evaluating evidence on public health interventions, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, vol.56,(2),2002,pp 119-127
2004A Glossary For Evidence Based Public Health.Barratt, Alexandra; Frommer, Michael; Rychetnik, Lucie; Hawe, Penelope; Waters, Elizabeth; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthA Glossary For Evidence Based Public Health., Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, vol.58,(7),2004,pp 538-545
2003Solutions forgone? How health professionals frame the problem of postnatal depressionLloyd, Beverley; Hawe, Penelope; School of Public Health: Public HealthSolutions forgone? How health professionals frame the problem of postnatal depression, Social Science & Medicine, vol.57,(10),2003,pp 1783-1795
2006What maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study.Burgess, Margaret; Chapman, Simon; Leask, Julie-Anne; Hawe, Penelope; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthWhat maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study., Vaccine, vol.24, 49-50, 2006,pp 7238-7245
2006What maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study.Burgess, Margaret; Chapman, Simon; Leask, Julie-Anne; Hawe, Penelope; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); School of Public Health: Public Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthWhat maintains parental support for vaccination when challenged by anti-vaccination messages? A qualitative study., Vaccine, vol.24,(49-50),2006,pp 7238-7245