- Bower, C., D’Antoine, H. & Stanley, F. (2009). Neural tube defect in Australia: Trends in encephalceles and other neural tube defects before and after promotion of folic acid supplementation and voluntary food fortification. Birth Defects Research Part A-clinical and Molecular Teratology, 85(4), 269-273.
- France, K., Nadine, H., Payne, J., D'Antoine, H., Elliott, E., Bartu, A., et al. (2010). Health professionals addressing alcohol use with pregnant women in Western Australia: barriers and strategies for communication. Substance Use and Misuse, 45(10), 1474-1490.
- Peadon, E., Payne, J., Henley, N., D’Antoine, H., Bartu, A., O’Leary, C., et al. (2010). Women’s knowledge and attitudes regarding alcohol consumption in pregnancy: A national survey. BMC Public Health, 10(510).
- Payne, J., France, K., Henley, N., D’Antoine, H., Bartu, A., Mutch, R., Elliott, E. & Bower, C. (2011). Paediatricians’ knowledge, attitudes and practice following provision of educational resources about prevention of prenatal alcohol exposure and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 47(10), 704-710.
- Stanley, F., Langridge, A. & D’Antoine, H. (2011). Variability in paediatric outcomes within wealthy countries. Acta Paediatricia International Journal of Paediatrics, 100(1), 26-28.
- Payne, J., France, K., Henley, N., D’Antoine, H., Bartu, A., O’Leary, C., et al. (2011). Changes in health professionals’ knowledge, attitudes and practice following provision of educational resources about prevention of prenatal alcohol exposure and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, 25(4), 316-327.
- Peadon, E., Payne, J., Henley, N., D’Antoine, H., Bartu, A., O’Leary, C., et al. (2011). Attitudes and behaviour predict women’s intention to drink alcohol during pregnancy: The challenge for health professionals. BMC Public Health, 11(584).
- Watkins, R.E., Elliott, E.J., Mutch, R.C., Payne, J.M., Jones, H.M., Latimer, J., Russell, E., Fitzpatrick, J.P., Hayes, L., Burns, L., Halliday, J., D’Antoine, H., et al. (2012). Consensus diagnostic criteria for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in Australia: A modified Delphi study. BMJ Open, 2(5), e001918.
- Maxwell, S.J., Brameld, K.J., Bower, C., D’Antoine, H., Hickling, S., Marley, J. & O’Leary, P. (2013). Baseline investigations of folate status in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal West Australians prior to the introduction of mandatory fortification. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 53(1), 26-31.
- O’Leary, C., Leonard, H., Bourke, J., D’Antoine, H., Bartu, A. & Bower, C. Intellectual disability: population-based estimates of the proportion attributable to maternal alcohol use disorder during pregnancy. Developmental medicine and child neurology, 55(3), 271-277.
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In this edition, we are proud to present a snapshot of the announcements, awards and events that have occurred over the past few months.
Australia’s largest and longest running study of Aboriginal people, the Aboriginal Birth Cohort Study (ABC), has commenced its fifth wave of data collection.
Menzies is investing and developing expertise in the emerging research area of genome sequencing. In the past year, we took the lead in a number of national and international collaborative programs investigating the genomics of tropical pathogens, and host immune responses. This has...
Q&A style panel event hosted by Menzies School of Health Research and CDU School of Law
NACCHO has partnered with the Menzies School of Health Research and the Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) to develop and implement health promotion resources and interventions to prevent and reduce the impacts of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and young children.
Researchers from Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) and WA’s Telethon Kids Institute want to hear from member of the community about what they think are important issues in preventing and addressing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
To celebrate National Reconciliation Week 2013 (27 May – 3 June), the staff at Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) have braved a camera lens to share their thoughts on what reconciliation and recognition means to them.