A full list of publications produced by UQ Poche Centre staff (including affiliate, adjunct and honorary) and students is available on eSpace.

Sheppard, L. K., Rynne, S. B. and Willis, J. M. (2019) Sport as a cultural offset in Aboriginal Australia?Annals of Leisure Research, 1-22

Parmenter, Joni, Basit, Tabinda, Nelson, Alison, Crawford, Emma and Kitter, Bryony (2019). Chronic disease self‐management programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: Factors influencing participation in an urban setting. Health Promotion Journal of Australia

Askew, Deborah A., Guy, Jillian, Lyall, Vivian, Egert, Sonya, Rogers, Lynne, Pokino, Leigh-anne, Manton-Williams, Peggy and Schluter, Philip J. (2019) A mixed methods exploratory study tackling smoking during pregnancy in an urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care serviceBMC Public Health19 1: 343.

Coombe, Leanne, Lee, Vanessa and Robinson, Priscilla (2019) Educating for Indigenous public health competence – how do we stack up in Australia?Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, .

Phillips, Murray G. and Osmond, Gary (2018). Australian indigenous sport historiography: A review. Kinesiology Review (2) 193-198

O'Connor, Michelle, Allen, Jyai, Kelly, Jennifer, Gao, Yu and Kildea, Sue (2017). Predictors of breastfeeding exclusivity and duration in a hospital without Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative accreditation: a prospective cohort study. Women and Birth 31 (4) 319-24

Hickey, Sophie, Ceolin, Gabriella, Maidment, Sarah and Heinemann, Kayla (2017). The Indigenous Birthing in an Urban Setting Study. Poche Indigenous Health Network National Meeting "Aboriginal people as knowledge producers". UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, University of Queensland.

Spurling, Geoffrey K., Bond, Chelsea J., Schluter, Philip J., Kirk, Corey I. and Askew, Deborah A. (2017)'I'm not sure it paints an honest picture of where my health's at' - identifying community health and research priorities based on health assessments within an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community: a qualitative studyAustralian Journal of Primary Health23 6: 549-553.

Kildea, Sue, Hickey, Sophie, Nelson, Carmel, Currie, Jody, Carson, Adrian, Reynolds, Maree, Wilson, Kay, Kruske, Sue, Passey, Megan, Roe, Yvette, West, Roianne, Clifford, Anton, Kosiak, Machellee, Watego, Shannon and Tracy, Sally Show less (2017). Birthing on Country (in Our Community): a case study of engaging stakeholders and developing a best practice Indigenous maternity service in an urban setting. Australian Health Review 42 (2) 230-238

McPhail-Bell, Karen, Nelson, Alison, Lacey, Ian, Fredericks, Bronwyn, Bond, Chelsea and Brough, Mark (2017). Using an Indigenist framework for decolonizing health promotion research. Handbook of research methods in health social sciences. Edited by Pranee Liamputtong. Singapore, Singapore: Springer.1-20.

Parmenter, Joni, Nelson, Alison, Crawford, Emma, Basit, Tabs and Dargan, Samara (2017). My body’s getting healthy and my mind is getting healthy with it. Considering urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander conceptions of health. International Research Journal of Public Health (1) 1-11.

Lewis, Tara, Hill, Anne E., Bond, Chelsea and Nelson, Alison (2017). Yarning: assessing proppa ways. Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech Language Pathology 19 (1) 14-18.

Brand, Emily, Bond, Chelsea and Shannon, Cindy (2016). Indigenous in the city: urban Indigenous populations in local and global contexts. UQ Poche Monograph series. St Lucia, QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland.

Wakerman, John and Shannon, Cindy (2016). Strengthening primary health care to improve Indigenous health outcomes. Medical Journal of Australia204 (10) 363-364

Al-Natour, R., Fredericks, B., Bargallie, D., Marrie, H. and Bond, C. (2016). Great guide to Indigenisation of the curriculum. Rockhampton, QLD, Australia:CQ University.