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Research Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Anderson,  R and Gratwick-Sarll, K and Bentley, C and Harrison, C and Mond, J, “Adolescents’ perception of the severity of binge eating disorder:  a population-based study”, Journal of Mental Health, 25 (1) pp.  16-22. doi:10.3109/09638237.2015.1057329 ISSN 0963-8237 (2016)
  2. Babo  Soares, L and Allen, PL and Kingi, J and Roberts-Thomson, K  and Bettiol, S and Crocombe, L, “Changes in the oral health of the  children of Dili, Timor Leste, between 2002 and 2014”, Rural and Remote  Health, 16 (4) Article 3853. ISSN 1445-6354 (2016)
  3. Babo Soares, L and  Bettiol, SS and Dalla-Fontana, IJ and Allen, P and Crocombe, LA, “Opportunities  in oral health policy for Timor-Leste”, WHO  South-East Asia Journal of Public Health, 5 (2) pp. 164-173. ISSN 2224-3151  (2016)
  4. Babo Soares, LF  and Allen, P and Bettiol, SS and Crocombe,  L, “The Association  of Socioeconomic Status and Dental Caries Experience in Children  in Dili, Timor-Leste”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health ISSN 1010-5395  (2016)
  5. Barnett, T and Hoang, Ha and  Furlan, A, “An analysis of the readability  characteristics of oral health information literature available to the  public in Tasmania, Australia”, BMC Oral Health, 16 (35) pp. 1-11. ISSN  1472-6831 (2016)
  6. Barrett,  A and Terry, D and Le, Q and Hoang,  Ha, “Factors influencing community  nursing roles and health service provision in rural areas: A review  of literature”, Contemporary Nurse, 52 (1) pp. 119-135. ISSN 1839-3535  (2016)
  7. Barnett, T and Hoang, Ha and Stuart, J and Crocombe, L, ““Sorry, I’m  not a dentist”: perspectives of rural GPs on oral health in the bush”, Medical  Journal of Australia, 204 (1) pp. 26.e1-26.e6. ISSN 0025-729X (2016)
  8. Betihavas,  V and Bridgman, H and Kornhaber, RA and Cross,  M, “The evidence  for ‘flipping out’: A systematic review of the flipped classroom in  nursing education”, Nurse Education Today, 38 pp. 15-21. ISSN 0260-6917  (2016)
  9. Cox, T, “Caregivers  reflecting on the early days of childhood cancer”, European  Journal of Cancer Care pp. 1-10. ISSN 0961-5423 (2016)
  10. Crocombe, LA and  Brennan, DS and Slade, GD, “Does lower lifetime fluoridation  exposure explain why people outside capital cities have poor  clinical oral health?”, Australian Dental Journal, 61 (1) pp. 93-101. doi:10.1111/adj.12315  ISSN 0045-0421 (2016)
  11. Edwards,  H and Speight, J and Bridgman, H and Skinner, TC, “The pregnancy  journey for women with type 1 diabetes: a qualitative model from  contemplation to motherhood”, Practical Diabetes, 33 (6) pp. 1-7. ISSN 2047-2897  (2016)
  12. Gall,  K and van Zutven, K and Lindstrom, J and Bentley, C and Gratwick-Sarl,  K and Harrison, C* and Lewis, V and Mond,  J, “Obesity  and Emotional Well-Being in Adolescents: Roles of Body Dissatisfaction,  Loss of Control Eating, and Self-Rated Health”, Obesity, 24  (4) pp. 837-842. doi:10.1002/oby.21428 ISSN 1930-7381 (2016)
  13. Godwin, D and Hoang, Ha and Crocombe, LA, “Views  of Australian dental  practitioners towards rural recruitment and retention: a descriptive  study”, BMC Oral Health, 16 (63) ISSN 1472-6831 (2016)
  14. Gratwick-Sarll,  K and Bentley, C and Harrison, C and Mond,  J, “Poor self-recognition  of disordered eating among girls with bulimic-type eating  disorders: cause for concern?”, Early intervention in psychiatry, 10  (4) pp. 316-23. doi:10.1111/eip.12168 ISSN 1751-7885 (2016)
  15. Ha,  DH and Crocombe, LA and Meija, GC, “Clinical oral health of Australia’s  rural children in a sample attending school dental services”, The  Australian Journal of Rural Health, 22 (6) pp. 16-22. ISSN 1038- 5282  (2016)
  16. Harris, MW and Barnett, T and Bridgman, H, “Rural  Art Roadshow: a  travelling art exhibition to promote mental health in rural and remote communities”,  Arts & Health ISSN 1753-3015 (2016)
  17. Isham,  A and Bettiol, SS and Hoang, Ha and Crocombe,  LA, “A Systematic  Literature Review of the Information-Seeking Behavior of Dentists  in Developed Countries”, Journal of Dental Education, 80 (5)  pp. 569-577. ISSN 0022-0337 (2016)
  18. Kerr,  C and Shields, N and Quarmby, L and Roberts, K and Imms, C,  ‘Best Service at the Best Time’ group, “Supports and barriers to implementation  of routine clinical assessment for children with cerebral palsy:  A mixed-methods study”, Journal of Family Therapy pp. 1-10. ISSN  0163-4445 (2016)
  19. Khan, S and Khalid, T and  Awan, KH, “Chronic periodontitis and smoking:  Prevalence and dose- response relationship”, Saudi Medical Journal,  37 (8) pp. 889-894. ISSN 0379-5284 (2016)
  20. Khan, S and Saub, R and  Vaithilingam, RD and Safii, SH and Vethakkan,  SR and Baharuddin, NA, “Prevalence of chronic periodontitis  in an obese population: a preliminary study”, BMC Oral Health,  15 Article 114. ISSN 1036-7314 (2016)
  21. Kirschbaum, M and  Khalil, H and Page, AT, “Clinical placements by  Australian university schools of pharmacy”, Currents in Pharmacy Teaching  and Learning, 8 (1) pp. 47–51. ISSN 1877-1297 (2016)
  22. Kirschbaum, M and  Peterson, GM and Bridgman, H, “Mental health first  aid training needs of Australian community pharmacists”, Currents in  Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 8 (3) pp. 279-288. ISSN 1877- 1297 (2016)
  23. Kirschbaum, M and  Khalil, H and Taylor, S and Page, AT, “Pharmacy students’  rural career intentions: Perspectives on rural background and placements”,  Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 8 (5) pp. 615-621.  ISSN 1877-1297 (2016)
  24. Kornhaber,  R and Cross, M and Betihavas, V and Bridgman,  H, “The benefits  and challenges of academic writing retreats: an integrative review”,  Higher Education Research and Development, 35 Article 6. ISSN  0729-4360 (2016)
  25. Kornhaber,  RA and Bridgman, H and McLean, L and Vandervord, J,  “The role of resilience in the recovery of the burn injured patient: an integrative  review”, Chronic Wound Care Management and Research, 3 pp.  41-50. ISSN 2324-481X (2016)
  26. Kraatz,  J and Hoang, Ha and Ivanovski, S and Crocombe,  LA, “Non- Clinical  Factors Associated with Referral to Periodontal Specialists: A Systematic  Review”, Journal of Periodontology pp. 1-15. ISSN 0022- 3492  (2016)
  27. Loudon,  A and Barnett, T and Piller, N and Immink, MA and Visentin, D  and Williams, AD, “The effects of yoga on shoulder and spinal actions  for women with breast cancer-related lymphoedema of the arm:  A randomised controlled pilot study”, BMC Complementary and Alternative  Medicine, 16 Article 343. ISSN 1472-6882 (2016)
  28. McLean,  SA and Paxton, SJ and Massey, R and Hay, PJ and Mond,JM and Rodgers, B, “Identifying  Persuasive Public Health Messages to Change  Community Knowledge and Attitudes About Bulimia Nervosa”, Journal  of Health Communication, 21 (2) pp. 178-87. doi:10.1080/1081 0730.2015.1049309  ISSN 1081-0730 (2016)
  29. Marsh, P, “Postcolonial  longing on the Australian cinematic frontier”, Ilha  do Desterro, 69 (2) ISSN 0101-4846 (2016)
  30. Marsh P, Spinaze A, ‘Community  gardens as sites of solace and end-of-life  support: a literature review’, International Journal of Palliative Nursing,  22, (5) pp. 214-219. ISSN 1357-6321 (2016) [Refereed Article]
  31. Murray,  SB and Griffiths, S and Hazery, L and Shen, T* and Wooldridge, T*  and Mond, JM, “Go big or go home: A thematic content analysis of pro-muscularity  websites”, Body image, 16 pp. 17-20. doi:10.1016/j. bodyim.2015.10.002  ISSN 1740-1445 (2016)
  32. Nagpal,  N and Bettiol, SS and Isham, A and Hoang,  Ha and Crocombe, LA, “A  review of mercury exposure and health of dental personnel”,  Safety and Health at Work ISSN 2093-7911 (2016)
  33. Namasivayam,  P and Barnett, T, “Providing palliative care in a rehabilitation  setting: a staff needs assessment”, Journal of the Australasian  Rehabilitation Nurses Association, 19 (2) pp. 8-14. ISSN 1440-3994  (2016)
  34. Probst,  Y and Guan, V and Kent, K, “A systematic review of food  composition tools used for determining dietary polyphenol intake  in estimated intake studies”, Food Chemistry doi:10.1016/j. foodchem.2016.11.010  ISSN 0308-8146 (2016)
  35. Terry,  DR and Le, Q and Nguyen, HB, “Moving forward with dignity: Exploring  health awareness in an isolated Deaf community of Australia”, Disability  and Health Journal, 9 (2) pp. 281–288. ISSN 1936-6574 (2016)
  36. Wagner,  AF and Stefano, EC and Cicero, DC and Latner, JD and Mond,JM, “Eating disorder  features and quality of life: Does gender matter?”, Quality  of Life Research, 25 (10) pp. 2603-10. doi:10.1007/s11136- 016-1283-9 ISSN  0962-9343 (2016)

Journal Article Other

  1. Pierce, D and Little, F and Bennett-Levy, J and Isaacs, AN and Bridgman, H and Lutkin, SJ and Carey, TA and Schlicht, KG and McCabe-Gusta, ZP and Martin, E and Martinez, LA, “Mental health academics in rural and remote Australia”, Rural and Remote Health,  16 (3) Article 3793. ISSN 1445-6354 (2016)
  2. Boyer, K and Orpin, P and King, AC, “‘I  come for the friendship’: Why social eating matters”, Australasian Journal on Ageing ISSN  1440-6381 (2016)
  3. Godwin, D and Hoang, Ha and Blizzard, Leigh and Crocombe,LA, “An oversupply of dentists: what it means for the rural dental workforce”, News bulletin of the Australian Dental Association Incorporated (June, 2016) pp. 46-47. ISSN 0810-7440 (2016)
  4. Loudon, A and Barnett, AP and  Piller, N* and Immink, MA* and Williams, AD, “Response to yoga protocol for treatment of breast cancer related lymphedema”, International Journal of Yoga, 10 pp. 50-1. ISSN 0973-6131 (2016)

Book Chapter

To, V and Fan, S and Le, Q, “Research Writing: A  Systemic Functional Linguistics Perspective”, What is Next in Educational Research?,  Sense Publishers, S Fan, J Fielding-Wells (ed), The Netherlands, pp.  341-352. ISBN 9789463005227 (2016)

Conference Publications

  1. Auckland, SRJ, “Building the capacity of Practitioners to  support people impacted by inter- generational poverty - An evaluative  study of the Bridges Out of Poverty Workshop program in Tasmania”,  Australian Long-Term Unemployment Conference, 1-2 December, 2016, Brisbane, Australia (2016)
  2. Auckland, SRJ and Woodroffe, JJ and King, AC and Whetton, SG, “Sustaining rural communities – A case study of the benefits of  charity retail outlets in rural Tasmania”, 2016 SARRAH Conference, 27- 29 October, 2016, Port Lincoln, South Australia (2016)
  3. Auckland, SRJ, “Evaluating the Bridges Out of Poverty  workshop program”, 2016 TasCOSS Conference, 23-24 November, 2016, Hobart, Tasmania (2016)
  4. Bridgman, H and Smith, AV and Salter, V* and Lees, DB and Taylor, E* and Moxham, L, “Student Perspectives of recovery camp Tasmania: An Experiential Learning Opportunity for Students of Health  Disciplines and Mental Health Consumers”, 2 - 4 November, 2016, Kingscliffe,  Australia (2016)
  5. Ennever, E and Cross, M and Marlow, A, “Virtual  orientation: Helping WIL students “belong””, Australian Collaborative Education (ACEN) 2016 National Conference, WIL 2020 Pushing the Boundaries, 28-30 September, Sydney, Australia, pp. 151. (2016)
  6. Crocombe, LA, “Changing the dental treatment paradigm”,  April 2016, Burnie, Tasmania (2016)
  7. Crocombe, LA and Babo Soares, L and Bettiol, SS and Dalla- Fontana, I* and Allen, PL, “Oral health policy opportunities for  Timor- Leste”, 2016 Primary Health Care Research Conference, 8-9 June, 2016, Canberra, Australia (2016)
  8. Crocombe, LA, “The worsening crisis in aged care oral health”,  ANMF / HERC 2016 Aged Care Conference, 13 May, 2016, Hobart, Tasmania (2016)
  9. Crocombe, LA, “Why is oral health poor in the bush?”, 10-12 November,  2016, Hobart, Tasmania (2016)
  10. Godwin, D, “Key factors that influence the Australian rural dental workforce”, 5th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium, 6-7 September, Canberra, Old Parliament House (2016)
  11. Hoang, Ha, “Better Oral Health in Residential Care Training: Experience from Tasmania”, Rural Health Research Symposium, 26-27 April,  2016, Burnie, Tasmania (2016)
  12. Hoang, Ha, “Oral health in the bush – the primary care networks study”, Rural Health Research Symposium, 26-27 April, 2016,  Burnie, Tasmania (2016)
  13. Kent, K and Charlton, KE*, “Development and relative validation of a food frequency questionnaire to measure flavonoid intake in  older adults”, Nutrition Society of Australia Annual Scientific Meeting,  29 November - 2 December, 2016, Melbourne, Australia (2016)
  14. Kirschbaum, M., “Researching Perspectives About Addiction –  the use of Q methodology”, The Australian and New Zealand Addiction Conference, 18-20 May 2016, Gold Coast Qld (2016)
  15. Lee, SM and Bridgman, H and Barnett, T and  Elphinstone, KS, “A telephone-based peer support service for Tasmanians living with or affected by epilepsy”, Inglis Clark Symposium: Engaging with  Impact, 21 April, 2016, Launceston, Tasmania (2016)
  16. MacKean, R, “Adapting to Ageing: The Role of Peer-run Groups”, Australian Association of Gerontology 49th annual conference, 2-4 November, Canberra (2016)
  17. Mather, CA and Barnett, T and  Huang, W and Broucek, V and Saunders, AF, “Helping Hands: Transforming practice through innovation in supervision”, Transforming Practice through  Innovation and Partnerships: Teaching Matters 2016, 7 December, 2016, Launceston, Tasmania (2016)
  18. Marsh, P, “Walking Each Other Home: Weaving Informal Palliative Supports into a Community Garden”, 21st International Congress on Palliative Care, 18-21 October, Montreal, Canada (2016)
  19. Nilsson, A and Jones, I and Crocombe, LA, “Atraumatic  Restorative Technique ‘ART’ Refresher Workshop”, 10-12 November, 2016, Hobart, Tasmania (2016)
  20. Perera, B and Barnett, T, “An  exploratory study to identify life support skills training guidelines for General Practitioners”, “Reaching  across the shores to strengthen Primary Care” WONCA South Asia Regional Conference, 11-14 February, Colombo, Sri Lanka, pp. 72. (2016)
  21. Owen, M and Jones, I and Crocombe, LA, “Hall  Technique Refresher Workshop”, 10-12 November, 2016, Hobart, Tasmania (2016)
  22. Quarmby, L and Kerr, C and Shields, N and Foley, S and Roberts, K and Imms, C, “Implementing change in allied health assessment practices for children with cerebral palsy: supports and barriers  over time”, Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, pp. 55-56,  Vol 58 (55). (2016)

Contract Report

  1. Adams, D and Auckland, S and  Galvin, L and Hiscock, K and Mangan, G and Murray, S, “Submission to the Healthy Tasmania”,  Heart Foundation, Tasmania (2016)
  2. Ahuja, KDK and Lee, SM, “Active Launceston  Initiative Final Research Report”, Enterprise Marketing Research Services, Australia, pp.  1-91. (2016)
  3. Auckland, S and  Woodroffe, J and Kilpatrick, S and Eyles, K and Jackson,  E and Grant, O and Stratford, E, “Kentish Community Learning  Plan and Strategy”, Peter Underwood Centre for Educational Attainment  and the Centre for Rural Health, University of Tasmania, Australia,  pp. 1-25. (2016)
  4. Auckland, SRJ and  Murray, SL and Jackson, EE and Allen, PL, “Bridges  Out of Poverty Workshop Evaluation Project: Final Report”, Centre  for Rural Health. University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia, pp. 1-122.  (2016)
  5. Barnett, T and Hoang, H and Stuart, J and Crocombe, L, “Relationship  of dental practitioners to rural primary care networks”, Centre  of Research Excellence in Primary Oral Health Care (2016)
  6. Barnett, T and  Huang, W and Mather, C, “Helping hands: an innovative tele-assistance  system for clinical skill development with health science students”,  Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, Canberra,  Australia, Final Report 2016, pp. 1-44. (2016)
  7. Cox, TD, “Shedding  light on Aboriginal men’s health - Final Report”, Centre  for Rural Health (University of Tasmania) and Circular Head Aboriginal  Corporation, Australia, pp. 1-13. (2016)
  8. Crocombe, L and  Bell, E and Campbell, S and Goldberg, L and Seidel, B,  “Oral health policy: International implications for Australia. Final Report”,  Centre for Research Excellence in Primary Oral Health Care (2016)
  9. Crocombe, L and Godwin, D and Hoang, H and  Bell, E and Blizzard, L,  “Dental practitioners: Rural work movements”, Centre of Research Excellence  in Primary Oral Health Care (2016)
  10. Lee, SM and Byrne, LK,  Royal Flying Doctors Service - Right as Rain Community  Health Survey Report, University of Tasmania and Active Tasmania,  Australia (2016)
  11. Lucas,  PV and Winter, RE and Hughes, CJ and Walsh, K, “Increasing Men’s  Awareness of the Effects on Children Exposed to Family and Domestic  Violence”, Family Violence Men’s Education Project Final Report,  The Salvation Army and the University of Tasmania, Australia (2016)
  12. Owen,  C and McCann, D and Rayner, C and Devereaux, C and Sheehan,  F and Quarmby, L, Supporting students with autism spectrum  disorder in higher education, National Centre for Student Equity  in Higher Education, Curtin University, Hobart, TAS (2016)
  13. Taylor,  L and Brown, P and Eapen, V and Midford, S and Paynter, J and Quarmby, L and Smith, T* and Maybery, M and Williams, K and Whitehouse,  A, “Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis in Australia: Are we  meeting best practice standards?”, Autism Co-operative Research Centre,  Brisbane, Australia (2016)
  14. Woodroffe,  J and Auckland, S and Hawkins, C and Eyles, K and Tasker,  T, “Social and Economic Benefits of Treated Water for Small Communities  Including the Health Impacts of Different Water Qualities on  Small Communities”, Tasmanian Water & Sewerage Corporation Pty Ltd,  Burnie, Tasmania, Australia (2016)
  15. Woodroffe,  JJ and Auckland, SRJ and Hawkins, CJ and Eyles, KJ and Tasker,  TL, Social and Economic Benefits of Treated Water for Small Communities  Including the Health Impacts of Different Water Qualities on  Small Communities, Tasmanian Water & Sewerage Corporation Pty Ltd, Institute  for Regional Development (UTAS) (2016)