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2010Characteristics of non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal children and families with substantiated child maltreatment: a population-based studyNassar, Natasha; Jacoby, Peter; Leonard, Helen; Mathews, Richard P.; O'Donnell, Melissa; Patterson, Yvonne G; Stanley, Fiona J.; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteCharacteristics of non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal children and families with substantiated child maltreatment: a population-based study, International Journal of Epidemiology, vol.39, 3,pp 921-928
2012To feel belonged: The voices of children and youth with disabilities on the meaning of wellbeingLlewellyn, Gwynnyth; Blackmore, Amanda; Foley, K; Girdler, S; Glauert, R; Leonard, Helen; O'Donnell, Melissa; Disability and CommunityTo feel belonged: The voices of children and youth with disabilities on the meaning of wellbeing, Child Indicators Research, vol.5, N/A, 2012,pp 375-391
2010The use of cross-jurisdictional population data to investigate health indicators of child maltreatmentNassar, Natasha; Leonard, Helen; Mathews, Richard P.; O'Donnell, Melissa; Patterson, Yvonne G; Stanley, Fiona J.; School of Public Health: Public HealthThe use of cross-jurisdictional population data to investigate health indicators of child maltreatment, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.193, 3, 2010,pp 142-145
2012Western Australian emergency department presentations related to child maltreatment and intentional injury: Population level study utilising linked health and child protection dataNassar, Natasha; Jacoby, Peter; O'Donnell, Melissa; Stanley, Fiona J.; Northern Clinical School: Kolling InstituteWestern Australian emergency department presentations related to child maltreatment and intentional injury: Population level study utilising linked health and child protection data, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, vol.48, 1, 2012,pp 57-65