Publications and articles


ANDREWS, S., MAZEL, O. and PADGHAM, W. (2023). Enabling higher degree pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. The Australian Educational Researcher.

Bolton, J., Remedios, L. and ANDREWS, S. Enriching research practices through knowledge about Indigenous research methodologies. Focus on Health Professional Education. Vol 24.2. ISSN 1442-1100

EASTMAN, T. (2023). Passing in plain sight: reclaiming narratives of hidden Aboriginality. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 0(0).

Jones K.A., Freijah I., Brennan S. E., McKenzie J. E., Bright T. M., Fiolet R., Kamitsis I., Reid C., Davis E., ANDREWS, S., Muzik M., Segal L., Herrman H., Chamberlain C. Interventions from pregnancy to two years after birth for parents experiencing complex post-traumatic stress disorder and/or with childhood experience of maltreatment. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2023, Issue 5. Art. No.: CD014874.

Mulder, S., MUNRO-HARRISON, E., Kennedy, H., Blow, N., Brown, SJ. & Gee, G. (2022), Wellah Together: Evaluation of an online health and wellbeing program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


ATKINSON, A. (2022, November 8). At COP27 and beyond: First Nations voices and solutions must be “heard at all times and at every level of society”. Croakey Health Media

Chamberlain, C., Gray, P., Bennet, D., Elliott, A., Jackomos, M., Krakouer, J., Marriott, R., O’Dea, B., Andrews, J., ANDREWS, S., Atkinson, C., Atkinson J., Bathal, A., Bundle, G., Davies, S., Herrman, H., Hunter, S., Jones-Terare, G., Leane, C. …Langton, M. (2022). Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families to Stay Together from the Start (SAFeST Start): Urgent call to action to address crisis in infant removals, Australian Journal of Social Issues, 57(2), 252-273.

Chamberlain, C., Gray, P., Herrman, H., Mensah, F., ANDREWS, S., Krakouer, J., McCalman, P., Elliott, A., Atkinson, J., Odea, B., Bhathal, A., Gee, G. (2022). Community views on ‘can perinatal services safely identify Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents experiencing complex trauma?’. Child Abuse Review, 32(1), e2760.

Hegarty, K.L., ANDREWS, S. and Tarzia, L. (2022). Transforming health settings to address gender-based violence in Australia. Medical Journal of Australia, 217(3), 159-166.

Lansbury, N., Matthews, V., ATKINSON, A., Mohamed, J., Mosby, V., Nona, F., Ford, L. P., Beal, C., Memmott, P., Jupurrurla, N. F., Quilty, S., Jackson, M., Lee, A., Redmond, A., Hempenstall, A. and Burgen, C. (2022, November 7).  COP27: On Country, health and Indigenous knowledges. Croakey Health Media


ANDREWS, S., Hamilton, B. and Humphreys, C. (2021). A global silence - a critical interpretive synthesis of Aboriginal mothering through family and domestic violence. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work 37(4).

Chamberlain, C., Clark, Y., Atkinson, C., Hampton, A., Hokke, S. and ANDREWS, S. (2021) Healing the Past by Nurturing the Future: Aboriginal parents’ views of what helps support recovery from complex trauma. Primary Health Care Research and Development Special Issue: Indigenous Health and Wellbeing: targeted primary health care across the life course. 22, E47.

FERGUSON, K. (2021). Bringing an Aboriginal lens and ownership to health data. Pursuit. University of Melbourne. Published online, 18 November 2021.

Kingsley, J., MUNRO-HARRISON, E., Jenkins, A., & THORPE, A. (2021). Developing a framework identifying the outcomes, principles and enablers of ‘gathering places’: Perspectives from Aboriginal people in Victoria, Australia. Social Science & Medicine, 283, 114217.

LUKE J, THORPE A, Black C, Thorpe L, Thomas D, Eades S, Rowley K. (2021). Collaborative social-epidemiology: A co-analysis of the cultural and structural determinants of health for Aboriginal youth in Victorian schools. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 18: 8674.

Radley, A., Ryan, T., & DOWSE, K. (2021). Ganggali Garral Djuyalgu (Weaving Story): Indigenous language research, the insider–outsider experience and weaving Aboriginal ways of knowing, being, and doing into academia. WINHEC: International Journal of Indigenous Education Scholarship, (1).