2015 Publications

B1 Book Chapters - Commercial Publisher
Bartlett H & Carroll M (2015). Connected Environments for Healthy Aging, Nursing Case Studies on Improving Health-Related Quality of Life in Older Adults, Springer, 19: 213-222.
Bearman M & Nestel D (2015). Learning theories and simulated patient methodology, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D N and M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, UK, pp. 33-38.
Maybery D, Reupert A, Nicholson J, Gopfert M & Seeman M (2015). Are we there yet? Developing a conceptual framework for understanding families where are a parent has a mental illness, Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, Cambridge University Press, 365-370.
Maybery D, Foster K, Goodyear M, Grant A, Tungpunkom P, Skogoy B & Lees R (2015). How can we make the psychiatric workforce more family focused? in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 301-311.
Maybery D, Meadows G, Clark J, Sutton K, Reupert A & Nicholson J, (2015). A personal recovery model for parents with mental health problems, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 312-323.
Maybery D, Reupert A, Nicholson J, Gopfert M & Seeman M (2015). Are we there yet? Developing a conceptual framework for understanding families where a parent has a mental illness, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 365-370.
Maybery D, Nicholson J & Reupert A, (2015). Parental mental illness: Estimating prevalence to inform policy and practice, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 20-28.
Nestel D, Rethans J & Gliva-McConvey G (2015). Communities of practice and simulated patient methodology, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, Oxford UK pp. 23-30.
Nestel D, Fleishman C & Bearman M (2015). Preparation: developing scenarios and training for role portrayal, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, Oxford UK pp. 63-70.
Nestel D, Bearman M & Fleishman C (2015). Simulated patients as teachers: the role of feedback, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, Oxford UK, pp. 71-78.
Nicholson J, Reupert A, Grant A, Lees R, Maybery D, Mordoch E, Skogoy B, Stavnes K & Diggins M (2015). The policy context and change for families living with parental mental illness, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 354-364.
Reupert A, Maybery D & Morgan B (2015). E-learning professional development resources for families where a parent has a mental illness, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 288-300.
Reupert A & Maybery D (2015). Stigma and families where a parent has a mental illness, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 51-60..
Reupert A, Maybery D & Nicholson J (2015). Towards the development of a conceptual framework, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, pp. 1-15.
Smith C, O'Byrne C & Nestel D (2015). Simulated patient methodology and assessment. In Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, UK, pp. 85-92.
Smith C, Edlington T, Lawton R & Nestel D (2015). The dramatic arts and simulated patient methodology. In Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, UK, pp. 39-45.
Solantaus T, Reupert A & Maybery D (2015). Working with parents who have a psychiatric disorder, in Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families, eds A Reupert, D Maybery, J Nicholson, M Gopfert & MV Seeman, Cambridge University Press, UK, pp. 238-247.
Taylor P, Burley M & Nestel D (2015). Interprofessional community care: a simulated clinic for healthcare professional learners, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, UK, pp. 110-114.
 
C1 Refereed Articles
Aromataris E, Fernandez R, Godfrey C, Holly C, Khalil H & Tungpunkom P (2015). Summarizing systematic reviews: methodological development, conduct and reporting of an umbrella review approach, International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, 13(3): 132-140.
Banstola A, Chhetri M, Stebbing M & Banstola A (2015). Perceptions about the health impact of climate change in a rural Nepalese community: A cross-sectional study, Journal of Disease and Global Health, 2(3): 81-93.
Boerleider A, Mannien J, Van Stenus C, Wiegers T, Feijen-de-jong E, Spelten E & Deville W (2015). Explanatory factors for first and second-generation non-western women’s inadequate prenatal care utilisation: a prospective cohort study, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 15(1): 1-10.
Bourke L, Best J, Wakerman J, Humphreys J, & Wright J (2015). Reflection on the Development of a Research Agenda in Rural Health. Journal of Research Practice, 11(1): 1-17.
Brown J, Morrison T, Bryant M, Kassell L & Nestel D (2015). A framework for developing rural academic general practices: a qualitative case study in rural Victoria, Rural and Remote Health, 15(2): 1-17.
Buykx P, Gilligan C, Ward B, Kippen R & Chapman K (2015). Public support for alcohol policies associated with knowledge of cancer risk, International Journal of Drug Policy, 26(4): 371-379.
Campbell D, Shepherd I, McGrail M, Kassell L, Connolly M, Williams B & Nestel D (2015). Procedural skills practice and training needs of doctors, nurses, midwives and paramedics in rural Victoria, Advances in Medical Education and Practice, 6: 183-194.
Carroll V, Reeve C, Humphreys J, Wakerman J & Carter M (2015). Re-orienting a remote acute care model towards a primary health care approach: key enablers, Rural and Remote Health, 15(2942): 1-7.
Chae M, Smoll N, Hunter-Smith D, Rozen W (2015). Establishing the natural history and growth rate of ameloblastoma with implications for management: Systematic review and meta-analysis, PLoS ONE, 10(2): 1-13.
Cooper S, Cant R, Bogossian F, Kinsman L, Bucknall T, Beauchamp A, Devries B, Endacott R, Forbes H, Kain V, McKenna L, Porter J, Phillips N, & Young, S (2015). Patient deterioration education: evaluation of face-to-facesimulation and e-simulation approaches, Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(2):97-105.
Dang K, Day P, Calache H, Tham R & Parashos P (2015). Reporting dental trauma and its inclusion in an injury surveillance system in Victoria, Australia, Australian Dental Journal, 60(1): 88-95.
Eikeland-Husebo S, O'Regan S & Nestel D (2015). Reflective practice and its role in Simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(8): 368-375.
Feijen-de-jong E, Jansen D, Baarveld F, Spelten E, Schellevis F & Reijneveld S (2015). Determinants of use of care provided by complementary and alternative health care practitioners to pregnant women in primary midwifery care: a prospective cohort study, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 15(140): 1-11.
Gillies D, Buykx P, Parker A, & Hetrick S (2015). Consultation liaison in primary care for people with mental disorders. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 9: 1-68.
Goodyear M, Obradovic A, Allchin B, Cuff R, McCormick F, & Cosgriff C (2015). Building capacity for cross-sectorial approaches to the care of families where a parent has a mental illness. Advances in Mental Health, 13(2): 153-164.
Goodyear M, Hill T.L, Allchin B, McCormick F, Hine R, Cuff R & O’Hanlon B (2015) Standards of practice for the adult mental health workforce: Meeting the needs of families where a parent has a mental illness, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 24(2): 169-180.
Greenhill J, Walker J & Playford G (2015). Outcomes of Australian rural clinical schools: a decade of success building the rural medical workforce through the education and training continuum, Rural and Remote Health, 15(3): 1-14.
Grove C, Reupert A, Maybery D (2015). Gaining knowledge about parental mental illness: how does it empower children?, Child & Family Social Work Online, 20(4): 377-386.
Grove C, Reupert A & Maybery D (2015). Peer connections as in intervention with children of families where a parent has a mental illness: Moving towards an understanding of the processes of change, Children and Youth Services Review, 48(January 2015): 177-185.
Ha F & Khalil H (2015). Crohn's disease: a clinical update. Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology, 8(6): 352-359.
Hogenbirk J, McGrail M, Strasser R, Lacarte S, Kevat A & Lewenberg M (2015). Urban washout: How strong is the rural background effect? Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23(3): 161-168.
Holobotovskyy V, Chong Y S, Burchell J, He B, Phillips M, Leader L, Murphy T, Sandow S, McKitrick D, Charles A, Tare M, Arnolda L &  Ganss R (2015). Regulator of G protein signalling 5 is a determinant of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia, Science Translational Medicine, 7(290): 1-12.
Husebo S, O'Regan S & Nestel D (2015). Reflective practice and its role in Simulation, Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(8): 368-375.
Ibrahim E, Richardson M & Nestel D (2015). Mental imagery and learning: a qualitative study in orthopaedic trauma surgery. Medical Education, 49(9): 888-900.
Ingham G, Fry J, Morgan S & Ward B (2015). ARCADO - Adding random case analysis to direct observation in workplace-based formative assessment of general practice registrars. BMC Medical Education, 15: 1-8.
Jacob ER, McKenna L & D’Amore A (2015). The changing skill mix in nursing: considerations for and against different levels of nurse, Journal of Nursing Management, 23(4): 421-426.
Jelinic M, Tare M, Conrad K & Parry L (2015). Differential effects of relaxin deficiency on vascular aging in arteries of male mice, AGE (Dordrecht), 37(4): 1-12.
Khalil H, Cullen M, Chambers H, Carroll M & Walker J (2015). Elements affecting wound healing time: An evidence based analysis, Wound Repair and Regeneration, 23(4): 550-556.
Khalil H, Leversha A & Walker J (2015) Evaluation of pharmacy students’ rural placement program: preparation for interprofessional practice, Australian Health Review, 39(1): 85-88.
Khalil H, Chambers H, Munn Z & Porritt K (2015). Improving chronic diseases management through the development of an evidence-based resource, Worldviews on Evidence-based Nursing, 12(3): 139-144.
Kieu V, Stroud L, Huang P, Smith M, Spychal R, Hunter-Smith D & Nestel D (2015). The Operating Theatre as Classroom: A Qualitative Study of Learning and Teaching Surgical Competencies. Education for Health, 28(1): 22-28.
Krogh K, Bearman M & Nestel D (2015). Expert Practice of Video-Assisted Debriefing: An Australian Qualitative Study, Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11: 180-187.
Lababidi H, Al-Jubran K, AlAhmari M, AlZahrani E, Nestel D, et al. (2015). Establishing a clinical simulation centre: Recommendations from an expert panel from the International Conference on Advanced Clinical Simulation,  Journal of Health Specialities, 3(4): 212-215.
Laletas S, Reupert A, Goodyear M, & Morgan B (2015). Pathways of Care: targeting the early childhood sector for early intervention. Advances in Mental Health, 13(2): 139-152.
Loughnan M, Carroll M & Tapper NJ (2015). The relationship between housing and heat wave resilience in older people, International Journal Of Biometeorology, 59(9): 1291-1298.
Maybery D, Reupert A & Goodyear M (2015). Goal setting in recovery: families where a parent has a mental illness or a dual diagnosis, Child & Family Social Work, 20(3): 354-363.
McGrail M & Humphreys J (2015). Geographical mobility of general practitioners in rural Australia, Medical Journal of Australia, 203(2): 92-97.
McGrail M & Humphreys J (2015). Spatial access disparities to primary health care in rural and remote Australia. Geospatial Health, 10(2): 138-143.
McGrail M, Humphreys J & Ward B (2015). Accessing doctors at times of need-measuring the distance tolerance of rural residents for health-related travel, BMC Health Services Research, 15(212): 1-9.
Mendis K, Greenhill J, Walker J, Bailey J, et al. (2015). 2014 Rural Clinical School Training and Support Program Snapshot survey. Rural and Remote Health, 15(3): 1-12.
Mitchell E, James S, & D'Amore A (2015). How learning styles and preferences of first-year nursing and midwifery students change, Australian Journal of Education, 59(2): 158-168.
Naughton J, Basu S, O'Dowd F, Carroll M & Maybery D (2015). Improving quality of a rural CAMHS service using the Choice and Partnership Approach. Australasian Psychiatry, 23(5): 561-565.
Nestel D & Bearman M (2015). Theory and Simulation-Based Education: Definitions, Worldviews and Applications, Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(8): 349-354.
O’Sullivan B, Stoelwinder J & McGrail M (2015). The stability of rural outreach services: a national longitudinal study of specialist doctors, Medical Journal of Australia, 203(7): 297.1-6.
Pan Y, Khalil H & Nicolazzo J (2015). The Impact of Docosahexaenoic Acid on Alzheimer's Disease: Is there a Role of the Blood-Brain Barrier? Clinical Pharmacology, 10: 222-241.
Peters M, Godfrey C, Khalil H, McInerney P, Parker D & Soares C (2015). Guidance for conducting systematic scoping reviews, International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, 13(3): 141-146.
Price-Robertson R, Reupert A, & Maybery D (2015). Fathers' experiences of mental illness stigma: scoping review and implications for prevention, Advances in Mental Health, 13(2): 100-112.
Reeve C, Humphreys J & Wakerman J (2015). A comprehensive health service evaluation and monitoring framework, Evaluation and Program Planning, 53: 91-98.
Reeve C, Humphreys J, Wakerman J, Carroll V, Carter M, O’Brien T, Erlank C, Mansour R & Smith B (2015). Community participation in health service reform: the development of an innovative remote Aboriginal primary health-care service, Australian Journal of Primary Health, 21(4): 409-416.
Reeve C, Humphreys J, Wakerman J, Carter M, Carroll V & Reeve D (2015). Strengthening primary health care: achieving health gains in a remote region of Australia, Medical Journal of Australia, 202(9): 483-488.
Reupert A, Maybery D, Cox M & Scott Stokes E (2015). Place of family in recovery models for those with a mental illness, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 24(6): 495-506.
Reupert A, Maybery D & Morgan B (2015). The family-focused practice of primary care clinicians: a case of missed opportunities, Journal of Mental Health, 24(6): 357-362.
Ristevski E, Regan M, Birks D, Steers N & Byrne A (2015). A qualitative study of rural women's views for the treatment of early breast cancer. Health Expectations, 18(6): 2928-2940.
Ristevski E, Regan M, Jones R, Breen S, Batson A & McGrail M (2015). "Cancer patient and clinician acceptability and feasibility of a supportive care screening and referral process." Health Expectations, 18(3): 406-418.
Smith C, Gephardt G & Nestel D (2015). Applying the Theory of Stanislavski to Simulation: Stepping into role, Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(8): 361-367.
Stienen M, Smoll N, Battaglia M, Schatlo B, Woernie C, Fung C, et al. (2015). Intracranial Aneurysm Rupture is Predicted by Measures of Solar Activity, World Neurosurgery, 83(4): 588-595.
Sutton K, Patrick K, Maybery D & Eaton K (2015). Increasing interest in rural mental health work: the impact of a short term program to orientate allied health and nursing students to employment and career opportunities in a rural setting, Rural and Remote Health, 15(3): 1-13.
Sutton K, Maybery D, & Patrick K (2015). The longer term impact of a novel rural mental health recruitment strategy: A quasi-experimental study, Asia-Pacific Psychiatry, 7(4): 391-397.
Taylor J, Burley M & Nestel D (2015). Integrating Interprofessional Education and Simulation in Community Health: Evaluation of a Practice-based Student Clinic. International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care, 3(1): 94-107.
Tchernegovski P, Reupert A & Maybery D (2015)."Let's Talk about Children": A Pilot evaluation of an e-learning resource for mental health clinicians." Clinical Psychologist, 19(1): 49-58.
Templeman K, Robinson A &Mckenna L (2015). "Complementary medicines in medicine: Conceptualising terminology among Australian medical students using a constructivist grounded theory approach." ,Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 21(1): 33-41.
Templeman K, Robinson A & McKenna L (2015). Integrating complementary medicine literacy education into Australian medical curricula: Student-identified techniques and strategies for implementation, Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 21(4): 238-246.
Templeman K, Robinson A &McKenna L (2015). "Student identification of the need for complementary medicine education in Australian medical curricula: A constructivist grounded theory approach.", Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 23(2): 257-264.
Thomas S, Wakerman J, & Humphreys J (2015). Ensuring equity of access to primary health care in rural and remote Australia - what core services should be locally available, International Journal for Equity in Health, 14(111): 1-8.
Tomasevic-Todorovic S, Boskovic K, Flilipovic D, Milekie B, Grajic M & Hanna F (2015). Auditory event-related P300 potentials in rheumatoid arthritis patients. Neurophysiology, 47(2): 138-143.
Ward B, Humphreys J, McGrail M, Wakerman J & Chisholm M (2015). Which dimensions of access are most important when rural residents decide to visit a general practitioner for non-emergency care?, Australian Health Review, 39(2): 121-126.
Ward B, Kippen R, Buykx P, Gilligan C & Chapman K (2015). Parents’ level of support for adults’ purchase and consumption of alcohol at primary school events when children are present, Drug and Alcohol Review, 34(2): 202-206.
Warmelink J. C, Wiegers T, De Cock P, Spelten E & Hutton E (2015). Career plans of primary care midwives in the Netherlands and their intentions to leave the current job, Human Resources for Health, 13: 1-10.
Webster J, McGrail M, Marsh N, Wallis M, Ray-Burruel G & Rickard C (2015). Postinfusion Phlebitis: Incidence and Risk Factors, Nursing Research and Practice, 2015(2015): 1-3.
Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L, Palermo C, Morgan P, Nestel D, et al. (2015). Student empathy levels across 12 medical and health professions: an interventional study, Journal of Compassionate Health Care, 2(4): 1-6.
Willems J, Sutton K & Maybery D (2015). Using a Delphi process to extend a rural mental health workforce recruitment initiative, The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 10(2): 91-100.
Wilson M, Bellefeuille L.A, D'Amore A & Mitchell E (2015). Establishing a continence nurse-led pessary clinic as a new model of care for women in rural Victoria, Australian and New Zealand Continence Journal, 21(3): 75-83.
 
E1 Conference Publication: full written paper refereed
 
A3 Book Editorship & Edited Compilation
Nestel D, Bearman M (eds) (2015). Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, Wiley Blackwell, United Kingdom.
B2 Non-Commercial Publisher
Carroll M & Loughnan M. (2015). Older People and heat: Pilot study findings on adaptations used by older people living in a farming community in Sowing the Seeds of Farmer Health, eds S Brumby, A Kennedy, B Todd. Victorian Universities Regional Research Network Press, Ballarat, Victoria, pp: 11-32.
Nestel D & Bearman M (2015). Introduction to simulated patient methodology, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, Oxford UK, pp. 1-4.
 
B/NR - Book Chapter Non-research Scholarly Book Chapters
Bearman M, Nestel D. (2015). The future of simulated patient methodology, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds Debra Nestel and Margaret Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, UK, pp. 147-149.
Nestel D, Morrison T & Pritchard S. (2015). Scope of contemporary simulated patient methodology, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, Oxford UK, pp. 7-15
Peters M, Godfrey C, McInerney P, Soares C, Khalil H, Parker D. (2015). Methodology for JBI Scoping Reviews, in The Joanna Briggs Institute Reviewers Manual 2015, eds E Aromataris, The Joanna Briggs Institute, South Australia, pp. 3-24.
Tierney T, Gill E & Harvey P (2015). Simulated patient programme management, in Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice, eds D Nestel & M Bearman, John Wiley & Sons, UK, pp. 93-101.
 
C1 Late - Journal article - Refereed Scholarly
 
C2 Journal article - Other Refereed
Khalil H (2015). Advanced practice for pharmacists in rural areas, Australian Pharmacist, 34(5): 16.
Khalil H (2015). Palliative sedation, Australian Pharmacist, 34(3): 36.
Khalil H (2015). The effectiveness of corticosteroids in the treatment of bacterial meningitis, Australian Pharmacist, 34(11): 36-37.
Khalil H (2015). The effectiveness of eradicating Helicobacter pylori in reducing gastric cancer, Australian Pharmacist, 34(9): 36-37.
Khalil H (2015). The management of epilepsy during pregnancy, Australian Pharmacist, 34(1): 73-74.
Khalil H (2015). Preventing CVD in post-menopausal women, Australian Pharmacist, 34(5): 32.
Khalil H (2015). Pharmacological treatments for fatigue in palliative care. Australian Pharmacist, 34(7): 36.
Rickard C, Marsh N, Webster J, Gavin N, McGrail M, Larsen E, Corley A, et al. (2015). "Intravascular device administration sets: replacement after standard versus prolonged use in hospitalised patients - a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial (The RSVP Trial)." BMJ Open, 5(2): 1-7.
Rickard C, Marsh N, Webster J, Playford E, McGrail M, Larsen E, Keogh S, McMillan D, Whitty J, Choudhury M, Dunster K, Reynolds H, Marshall A, Crilly J, Young J, Thom O, Gowardman J, Corley A & Fraser J (2015). Securing All intraVenous devices Effectively in hospitalised patients – the SAVE trial: study protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open, 5(9): 1-7.
 
C3 Non-refereed Journal Article
Bailey R, Baingana R, Couper I, Deery C, Nestel D, et al. (2015). Evaluating community-based medical education programmes in Africa: A workshop report, African Journal of Health Professions Education, 7(1): 140-144.
 
C4 Journal Article – Letter or Note
D’Amore A & Mitchell E (2015). Appropriate nomenclature: angiotensin II receptors, Rural and Remote Health, 15(online): 1-2
Khalil H. (2015). Implementing change in healthcare: evidence utilization, International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, 13(2): 41-42
Page A & Somers G (2015). The pharmacist in a primary healthcare setting, Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research, 45(3): 257-258.
Reupert A & Maybery D (2015). Evidence relating to the effectiveness of community-based interventions to improve the quality of life for children of parents with serious mental illness is weak; better quality studies are required, Evidence-Based Nursing, 18(1): 10-11.
 
E4 Conference Publication – Extract of Paper or Abstract
Cooper M, Lowe H, Garth B, & McArdle A (2015). Face Validity of a Unique Patient Focussed Symptoms Severity Index for Assessing Inflammatory Conditions of the Lactating Breast, Connect Physiotherapy Conference, Broadbeach, pp: 87
Robinson A (2015). Teaching research methods in the virtual learning environment – blending pedagogy with practice,  The 12th Annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Melbourne, pp. 134-135
 
O Other Publication Categories
Haigh C, Haigh B & Machado M (2015). How do students access their Anatomy knowledge during assessment?, ANZAHPE/AMEA Conference
Haigh C, Tam J, Haigh B (2015). Reflecting on patient encounters across hospital and community placements in paediatrics to direct progress towards competence. ANZAHPE, Newcastle NSW.
Hearn S, Isaacs A & Sutton K (2015). A model of early intervention of suicidal ideation and psychological distress among Aboriginal communities, TheMHS Conference Canberra
Isaacs A & Sutton K (2015). How to empower Aboriginal communities during program evaluations: Participatory evaluation and little more, TheMHS Conference Canberra
Isaacs A, Sutton K. (2015). Is the role of support facilitator in PIR Initative an Unmet need for chronically ill clients with complex needs? 3rd Sustainable Mental Health - Sustainable Communities Conference, Adelaide SA. 
Leversha A & Stewart K (2015). Factors influencing Monash University (Australia) pharmacy student's internship site, 8th Pharmacy Education Symposium Italy, pp: 90-91
Rasmussen B, Currey J, Haigh B, Story I, Dunning T, Crawford K, Hines C, Zoffmann V. (2015). Developing an online guided self-determination program for young adults with diabetes: Methodological Considerations, Australian Diabetes Society & Australian Diabetes Educators Association Annual Scientific Meeting Adelaide