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2014A cross-sectional survey assessing the acceptability and feasibility of self-report electronic data collection about health risks from patients attending an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health ServiceConigrave, Katherine; Blunden, Stephen; Carey, Mariko; Noble, Natasha; Paul, Christine L; Sanson-Fisher, Robert; Stewart, Jessica; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicineA cross-sectional survey assessing the acceptability and feasibility of self-report electronic data collection about health risks from patients attending an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service, BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, vol.14, 1, 2014,pp 1-8
2015Does a Retrospective Seven-day Alcohol Diary Reflect Usual Alcohol Intake for a Predominantly Disadvantaged Australian Aboriginal Population?Conigrave, Katherine; Lee, Kim San Kylie; Blunden, Stephen; Carey, Mariko; McElduff, Patrick; Noble, Natasha; Paul, Christine; Turon, Heidi; Central Clinical School: Addiction Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineDoes a Retrospective Seven-day Alcohol Diary Reflect Usual Alcohol Intake for a Predominantly Disadvantaged Australian Aboriginal Population?, Substance Use and Misuse, vol.50, 3, 2015,pp 308-319
2016Ready, set, go: A cross-sectional survey to understand priorities and preferences for multiple health behaviour change in a highly disadvantaged groupConigrave, Katherine; Noble, Natasha; Paul, Christine L; Sanson-Fisher, Rob W; Turner, Nicole; Turon, Heidi; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicineReady, set, go: A cross-sectional survey to understand priorities and preferences for multiple health behaviour change in a highly disadvantaged group, BMC Health Services Research, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-11
2016Ready, set, go: A cross-sectional survey to understand priorities and preferences for multiple health behaviour change in a highly disadvantaged groupConigrave, Katherine; Noble, Natasha; Paul, Christine L; Sanson-Fisher, Rob W; Turner, Nicole; Turon, Heidi; Central Clinical School: Addiction MedicineReady, set, go: A cross-sectional survey to understand priorities and preferences for multiple health behaviour change in a highly disadvantaged group, BMC Health Services Research, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-11