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2013Can the fetal fibronectin test be used by remote dwelling pregnant women to predict the onset of labour at term and delay transfer for birth in regional settings?Barclay, Lesley; Boyle, Jacqueline A; Giles, Lynne C; Kildea, Sue; Kruske, Sue; Putland, S; Rumbold, Alice; Weckert, Rosemary; School of Rural Health: LismoreCan the fetal fibronectin test be used by remote dwelling pregnant women to predict the onset of labour at term and delay transfer for birth in regional settings?, Rural and Remote Health, vol.13, 1, 2013,pp 1-9
2010'Closing the Gap': How maternity services can contribute to reducing poor maternal infant health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander womenBarclay, Lesley Margaret; Kildea, Sue; Kruske, Sue; Tracy, Sally; School of Rural Health: Lismore'Closing the Gap': How maternity services can contribute to reducing poor maternal infant health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, Rural and Remote Health, vol.10, 3, 2010,pp 1-18
2014Factors affecting the quality of antenatal care provided to remote dwelling Aboriginal women in northern AustraliaBarclay, Lesley Margaret; Bar-Zeev, Sarah; Kildea, Sue; Kruske, Sue; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: LismoreFactors affecting the quality of antenatal care provided to remote dwelling Aboriginal women in northern Australia, Midwifery, vol.30, 3, 2014,pp 289-296
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
2014A review of rural and remote health service indexes: are they relevant for the development of an Australian rural birth index?Barclay, Lesley Margaret; Pilcher, Jennifer; Kruske, Sue; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Public HealthA review of rural and remote health service indexes: are they relevant for the development of an Australian rural birth index?, BMC Health Services Research, vol.14, 1, 2014,pp 1-8
2007Towards partnership: Indigenous health in Australia and New ZealandBradford, Vicki; Hikuroa, Evelyn; Kruske, Sue; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyTowards partnership: Indigenous health in Australia and New Zealand in Child, Youth and Family Health: Strengthening Communities, Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2007, pp. 39-58
2012Use of health services by remote dwelling Aboriginal infants in tropical northern Australia: a retrospective cohort studyBarclay, Lesley; Bar-Zeev, Sarah; Bar-Zeev, Naor; Carapetis, J; Kildea, Sue; Kruske, Sue; School of Public Health: Rural Health: Lismore; School of Public Health: Rural Health: LismoreUse of health services by remote dwelling Aboriginal infants in tropical northern Australia: a retrospective cohort study, BMC Pediatrics, vol.12, 1, 2012,pp 1-8
2013Use of Maternal Health Services by Remote Dwelling Aboriginal Women in Northern Australia and Their Disease BurdenBarclay, Lesley; Bar-Zeev, Sarah; Gao, Yu; Bar-Zeev, Naor; Kildea, Sue; Kruske, Sue; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: Lismore; School of Rural Health: LismoreUse of Maternal Health Services by Remote Dwelling Aboriginal Women in Northern Australia and Their Disease Burden, Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care, vol.40, 3, 2013,pp 172-181