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2018-10-01A mixed methods analysis of experiences and expectations among early-career medical oncologists in AustraliaWong, WKT; Kirby, E; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D; Francis, K; Karapetis, CS; Karikios, D; Harrup, R; Lwin, Z
2017-01-01The influence of communication and information sources upon decision-making around complementary and alternative medicine use for back pain among Australian women aged 60–65 yearsMurthy, V; Adams, J; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Refshauge, KM; Sibbritt, D
2016-12-01The social dynamics of antibiotic use in an Australian hospitalBroom, A; Broom, J; Kirby, E; Adams, J
2016-09-17Severity of back pain may influence choice and order of practitioner consultations across conventional, allied and complementary health care: A cross-sectional study of 1851 mid-age Australian womenSibbritt, D; Lauche, R; Sundberg, T; Peng, W; Moore, C; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Adams, J
2016-05-03Sociological perspectives on the politics of knowledge in health care: introduction to themed issueBrosnan, C; Kirby, E
2016-03-01Locating care at the end of life: Burden, vulnerability, and the practical accomplishment of dyingMacartney, JI; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J
2016-02-06A qualitative study of hospital pharmacists and antibiotic governance: Negotiating interprofessional responsibilities, expertise and resource constraints Organization, structure and delivery of healthcareBroom, A; Plage, S; Broom, J; Kirby, E; Adams, J
2015-12-01Back pain sufferers' attitudes toward consultations with CAM practitioners and self- prescribed CAM products: A study of a nationally representative sample of 1310 Australian women aged 60-65 yearsMurthy, V; Sibbritt, D; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Frawley, J; Refshauge, KM; Adams, J
2015-11-03What role do pharmacists play in mediating antibiotic use in hospitals? A qualitative studyBroom, A; Broom, J; Kirby, E; Plage, S; Adams, J
2015-01-01On resilience and acceptance in the transition to palliative care at the end of lifeMacArtney, JI; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Yates, PM; Adams, J
2015-01-01Suffering, recognition and reframing: Healthcare choices and plural care pathways for women with chronic back painKirby, E; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D; Refshauge, K; Adams, J
2014-02-01Self-prescribed complementary and alternative medicine use for back pain amongst a range of care options: Results from a nationally representative sample of 1310 women aged 60-65 yearsMurthy, V; Sibbritt, D; Adams, J; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Refshauge, KM
2014-02-01The troubles of telling: Managing communication about the end of lifeBroom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J
2014-02-01Consultations with complementary and alternative medicine practitioners amongst wider care options for back pain: A study of a nationally representative sample of 1,310 Australian women aged 60-65 yearsMurthy, V; Sibbritt, D; Adams, J; Broom, A; Kirby, E; Refshauge, KM
2014-01-01Medical specialists' motivations for referral to specialist palliative care: A qualitative studyKirby, E; Broom, A; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J
2014-01-01Families and the transition to specialist palliative careKirby, E; Broom, A; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J
2013-02-01The art of letting go: Referral to palliative care and its discontentsBroom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J
2013Health Care Utilisation and Out-of-Pocket Expenditure Associated with Back Pain: A Nationally Representative Survey of Australian WomenKirby, E; Broom, A; Sibbritt, D; Refshauge, K; Adams, J
2012-12-31What factors predict exposure to caste, political and religious violence in India? A cross - Sectional survey of 1000 Indian MenBroom, A; Sibbritt, D; Nayar, KR; Nilan, P; Kirby, E
2012-11-01Specialists' experiences and perspectives on the timing of referral to palliative care: A qualitative studyBroom, A; Kirby, E; Good, P; Wootton, J; Adams, J