Current publications:
  • He, V.Y., Guthridge, S., Su, J. et al. (2020). The link between hearing impairment and child maltreatment among Aboriginal children in the Northern Territory of Australia: is there an opportunity for a public health approach in child protection?. BMC Public Health 20, 449. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-8456-8.
  • Su, J.Y., He, V.Y., Guthridge, S.L., & Silburn, S. (2020). The impact of hearing impairment on the life trajectories of Aboriginal children in remote Australia: protocol for the hearing loss in kids study. JMIR Research Protocols, 9(1):e15464 doi: 10.2196/15464.
  • Barr, E.L.M., Barzi, F., Rohit, A., Cunningham, J., Tatipata, S., McDermott, R., Hoy, W.E., Wang, Z., Bradshaw, P., Dimer, L., Thompson, P., Brimblecombe, J., O’Dea, K., Connors, C., Burgess, P., Guthridge, S., Brown, A.D.H., Cass, A., Shaw, J.E., & Maple-Brown, L.J. (2020). Performance of cardiovascular risk prediction equations in Indigenous Australians. Heart. Online. doi: 10.1136/heartjnl-2019-315889
  • Russell, D., Zhao, Y., Ramjan, M., Guthridge, S., Wright, J., Jones, M., Humphreys, J., & Wakerman, J. (24-27 March; 2019) Health workforce turnover, stability and employment survival in remote NT health centres 2004-2015. Proceedings of the 15th National Rural Health Conference, Hobart, Tasmania. Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Li, S.Q., Guthridge, S., Lawton, P., & Burgess, P. (2019). Does delay in planned diabetes care influence outcomes for Aboriginal Australians? A study of quality in health care. BMC Health Services Research, 19(1),582. doi: 10.1186/s12913-019-4404-7.
  • Wakerman, J., Humphreys, J., Russell, D., Guthridge, S., Bourke, L., Dunbar, T., Zhao, Y., Ramjan, M., Murakami-Gold, L., & Jones, M. (2019). Remote health workforce turnover and retention: What are the policy and practice priorities? Human Resources for Health,17(1)99. doi:10.1186/s12960-019-0432-y.
  • Dasgupta, P., Whop, L.J., Diaz, A., Cramb, S.M., Moore, S.P., Brotherton, J.M.L., Cunningham, J., Valery, P.C., Gertig, D., Garvey, G., Condon, J.R., O’Connell, D.L., Canfell, K., & Baade, P.D. (2019). Spatial variation in cervical cancer screening participation and outcomes among Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in Queensland. Geographical Research57(1), 111–122.
  • Li, M., Roder, D., Whop, L.J., Diaz, A., Baade, P.D., Brotherton, J.M., Canfell, K., Cunningham, J., Garvey, G., Moore, S.P., O'Connell, D.L., Valery, P,C., & Condon, J.R. (2019). Aboriginal women have a higher risk of cervical abnormalities at screening; South Australia, 1993-2016. Journal of Medical Screening, 26(2),104-112. doi: 10.1177/0969141318810719. Epub 2018 Nov 12.
  • Wilson, T., Zhao, Y., & Condon, J.R. (2019). Limited progress in closing the mortality gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians of the Northern Territory. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 43(4), 340-345. doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.12921. Epub 2019 Jul 24.
  • McWhirter, R.E., Otahal, P., Taylor-Thomson, D., Maypilama, E.L., Rumbold, A.R., Dickinson, J.L., Thorn, J.C., Boyle, J.A., & Condon, J.R. (2019). Recurrence patterns identify aggressive form of human papillomavirus-dependent vulvar cancer. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 60(2), 231-278. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajo.13075.
  • Zhao, Y., Kanakamani, J., Burgess, P., Connors, C., Guthridge, S., Maple-Brown, L., & Falhammar, H. (2020). All-cause mortality following low-dose aspirin treatment for patients with high cardiovascular risk in remote Australian Aboriginal communities: an observational study. BMJ Open, 10(1), e030034. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-030034.
  • Li, L., Guthridge, S., Li, S.Q., Zhao, Y., Lawton, P., & Cass, A. (2018). Estimating the total prevalence and incidence of End-Stage Kidney Disease among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations in the Northern Territory of Australia, using multiple data sources. BMC Nephrology, 19(1),15. doi 10.1186/s12882-017-0791-3.
  • Zhao, Y., Russell, D.J., Guthridge, S., Ramjan, M., Jones, M.P., Humphreys, J.,S., & Wakerman, J. (2018). The cost impact of high staff turnover on primary care in remote Australia. Australian Health Review, 43(6), 389-695. https://doi.org/10.1071/AH17262.
  • Allemani, C., Romohiro, M., DiCarlo, V.,…....Guthridge, S et al. (2018). Global surveillance of trends in cancer survival 2000-14 (CONCORD-3): analysis of individual records for 37 513 025 patients diagnosed with one of 18 cancers from 322 population-based registries in 71 countries. Lancet, 391(10125), 1023-1075. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(17)33326-3.
  • Ward, J., McManus, H., McGregor, S., Hawke, K., Giele, C., Su, J.Y., et al. (2018). HIV incidence in Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations in Australia: a population-level observational study. Lancet HIV, 5(9), e506-e14.
  • Rode, N.B.A., Ryder, N., & Su, J.Y. (2018). An audit on the management and outcomes of infants at risk of congenital syphilis in the Top End of the Northern Territory, Australia, 2005-2013. Communicable Diseases Intelligence, 42.
  • Zhao, Y., Russell, D.J., Guthridge, S., Ramjan, M., Jones, M.P., Humphreys, J.S., & Wakerman, J. (2019). Cost and effects of higher turnover of nurse and Aboriginal health practitioners and higher use of short-term nurses in remote Australian primary care services: an observational cohort study. BMJ Open, 9,e023906. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023906
  • Leckning, B., Robinson, G., Guthridge, S., & He, V. (2019). Exploring risk profiles of young people with self-harm hospital admissions in the Northern Territory
  • Vincent, H., Guthridge, S., & Leckning, S. (2019). From Birth to Five: A multiagency data-linkage study to inform a public health response to child protection in the Northern Territory. 
  • Vincent, H., Guthridge, S., & Leckning, S. (2019). Protection and Justice: A study of the crossover of Northern Territory children between two services. 
  • Silburn, S.R., McKenzie, J., Guthridge, S., & Li, Q.S. (2014). Unpacking educational inequality in the Northern Territory. Australian Council for Education Research Conference Proceedings.
  • Guthridge, S., Li, L., Silburn, S., Li, S.Q., McKenzie, J., & Lynch, J. (2015). The impact of perinatal health and socio-demographic factors on educational outcomes: a population study of children attending government schools in the Northern Territory. Journal of Paediatric Child Health; 51(8),778-86.
  • Guthridge, S.,  Li, L., Silburn, S., et al.  (2016). "Early influences on developmental outcomes among children, at age 5, in Australia’s Northern Territory." Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 35, 124-134.  
  • Cobb-Clark , D., Kettlewell , N., Schurer, S., & Silburn, S. (2017). The effect of quarantining welfare on school attendance in Indigenous communities. (pp. 1-54). (LCC Working Paper Series: 2017-22). Life Course Centre.
  • Doyle , M., Schurer, S., & Silburn, S. (2017). Do welfare restrictions improve child health? Estimating the causal impact of income management in the Northern Territory. (pp. 1-72). (LCC Working Paper Series: 2017-23). Life Course Centre.
  • Guthridge, S., He, V., & Silburn, S.  (2017). ‘A statistical overview of children’s involvement with the NT child protection system’, Royal Commission into Protection and Detention of Northern Territory Children Exh 512.00 2017 
  • McEwen, E.C., Guthridge, S.L., He, V.Y.F., et al. (2017) What birthweight percentile is associated with optimal perinatal mortality and childhood education outcomes? American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 218(2), S7121-S724. doi: 10.1016/j.ajog.2017.11.574.
  • Silburn, S., Guthridge, S., McKenzie, J. et al. (eds) (2018). Early Pathways to School Learning: Lessons from the Northern Territory Data-Linkage Study. Darwin: Menzies School of Health Research. (Summary)
  • McHugh, L., Andrews, R.M., Leckning, B., Snelling, T., & Binks, M.J. (2019). Baseline incidence of adverse birth outcomes and infant influenza and pertussis hospitalisations prior to the introduction of influenza and pertussis vaccination in pregnancy: a data linkage study of 78 382 mother-infant pairs, Northern Territory, Australia, 1994-2015. Epidemiology and Infection, 147, e233. doi:10.1017/S0950268819001171.
Earlier publications:
  • Silburn, S., Zubrick, S., & Lawrence, D. (2006). The intergenerational effects of forced separation on the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal children and young people. Family Matters, (75).
  • Robinson, G., Rivalland, J., Tyler, W., & Lea, T. (2009). The National Accelerated Literacy Program in the Northern Territory, 2004-2008, Implementation and Outcomes: Final Evaluation Report, Volume 1, School for Social and Policy Research, Institute of Advanced Studies, Charles Darwin University, Darwin
  • Robinson, G., Rivalland, J., Tyler, W., & Lea, T. (2009). The National Accelerated Literacy Program in the Northern Territory, 2004-2008, Implementation and Outcomes: Final Evaluation Report. Volume 2, Appendices, School for Social and Policy Research, Institute of Advanced Studies, Charles Darwin University, Darwin.
  • Silburn, S., Brinkman, S., Ferguson-Hill, S., Styles, I., Walker, R., & Shepherd, C. (2009). The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI) Indigenous Adaption Study, Curtin University of Technology and Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, Perth.
  • Robinson, G., Silburn, S.R., & Arney, F. (2011). A population approach to early childhood services: Implementation for outcomes. Early Childhood Series No. 3. 2011. Northern Territory Government, Darwin.
  • Robinson, G., Silburn, S.R., & Arney, F. (2011). The value of investment in the early years: Balancing the costs of childhood services. Early Childhood Series No. 4. 2011. Northern Territory Government, Darwin.
  • Silburn, S.R., Robinson, G., Arney, F., Johnstone, K., & McGuinness, K. (2011). Early Childhood Development in the NT: Issues to be addressed. Early Childhood Series No. 1. 2011. Northern Territory Government, Darwin.
  • Silburn, S.R., Nutton, G., Arney, F., & Moss, B. (2011). The first five years: Starting early. Early Childhood Series No. 2. 2011. Northern Territory Government, Darwin.
  • Silburn, S.R., Nutton, G., McKenzie, J.W., & Landrigan, M. (2011). Early years English language acquisition and instructional approaches for Aboriginal students with home languages other than English: A systematic review. Darwin: Menzies School of Health Research.
  • D'Aprano, A., Silburn, S., Johnston, V., Bailie, R., Mensah, F., Oberklaid, F., & Robinson, G. (2016). Challenges in monitoring the development of young children in remote Aboriginal health services: clinical audit findings and recommendations for improving practice. Rural and Remote Health, 16, 3852
  • Guthridge S., Li, L., Silburn, S., Li, S., McKenzie, J., & Lynch, J.(2016). Early influences on developmental outcomes among children, at age 5, in Australia's Northern Territory. Early Childhood Research Quarterly (35)124-134.
  • Silburn, S. (2017). Strengthening the Foundations of Learning: Investing in Early Childhood Development. In A Lian, K Yew Lie & P Kell (Eds) Challenges in Global Learning: international contexts and cross-disciplinary responses. Newcastle-on-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 192-213.
  • Simpson, S., D'Aprano, A., Tayler, C., Toon Khoo S., & Highfold R. (2016). Validation of a culturally adapted developmental screening tool for Australian Aboriginal children: Early findings and next steps. Early Human Development, 103:91-95.
  • McEwen, E.C., Guthridge, S.L., He, V.Y.F., McKenzie, J.W., Boulton, T.J., & Smith, R. (2018). What birthweight percentile is associated with optimal perinatal mortality and childhood education outcomes? American Journal of Obstetric Gynecology, 218(2S):S712-S724.
  • Cobb-Clark, D., KettlewellL, N., Schurer, S., & Silburn, S. (2017). The effect of quarantining welfare on school attendance in Indigenous communities. Life Course Centre Working Paper Nr. 2017-22.
  • Doyle, M., Schurer, S., & Silburn, S. (2017). Do welfare restrictions improve child health? Estimating the causal impact of income management in the Northern Territory. Life Course Centre Working Paper Nr. 2017-23.