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2020-12Australian news media reporting of methamphetamine: an analysis of print media 2014-2016.Rawstorne, P; O'Connor, R; Cohn, A; Fredrickson, A; Jayasinha, R; Hayen, A; Lancaster, K; Nathan, S
2017-07Differentials in Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Diabetes by Socioeconomic Status and Sex in Kalutara, Sri Lanka.Gamlath, L; Nandasena, S; Hennadige Padmal de Silva, S; Linhart, C; Ngo, A; Morrell, S; Nathan, S; Sharpe, A; Taylor, R
2016-01-01Examining the pathways for young people with drug and alcohol dependence: A mixed-method design to examine the role of a treatment programmeNathan, S; Rawstorne, P; Hayen, A; Bryant, J; Baldry, E; Ferry, M; Williams, M; Shanahan, M; Jayasinha, R
2010-02-01Health service accreditation as a predictor of clinical and organisational performance: A blinded, random, stratified studyBraithwaite, J; Greenfield, D; Westbrook, J; Pawsey, M; Westbrook, M; Gibberd, R; Naylor, J; Nathan, S; Robinson, M; Runciman, B; Jackson, M; Travaglia, J; Johnston, B; Yen, D; McDonald, H; Low, L; Redman, S; Johnson, B; Corbett, A; Hennessy, D; Clark, J; Lancaster, J
2019-04-01Learning about Aboriginal health and wellbeing at the postgraduate level: Novel application of the Growth and Empowerment MeasureFitzpatrick, SA; Haswell, MR; Williams, MM; Nathan, S; Meyer, L; Ritchie, JE; Jackson Pulver, LR
2021-11Mortality among young people seeking residential treatment for problematic drug and alcohol use: A data linkage study.Bista, S; Nathan, S; Rawstorne, P; Palmer, K; Ferry, M; Williams, M; Hayen, A
2006-09-12A prospective, multi-method, multi-disciplinary, multi-level, collaborative, social-organisational design for researching health sector accreditation [LP0560737]Braithwaite, J; Westbrook, J; Pawsey, M; Greenfield, D; Naylor, J; Iedema, R; Runciman, B; Redman, S; Jorm, C; Robinson, M; Nathan, S; Gibberd, R
2020-01The sexual behaviours of adolescents aged between 14 and 17 years involved with the juvenile justice system in Australia: A community-based survey.Yap, L; Jones, J; Donovan, B; Nathan, S; Sullivan, E; Davison, S; Heffernan, E; Richards, A; Meurk, C; Steele, M; Fisher, C; Ton, B; Butler, T