1. Davies, J., Bukulatjpi, S., Sharma, S., Caldwel,l L., Johnston, V., & Davis, J.S.(2015). Towards shared understandings – the development of a culturally appropriate bilingual electronic application about Hepatitis B for Indigenous Australians. Journal of Medical Internet Research - Research Protocols, in press, accepted 17/04/2015.
  2. Littlejohn, M., Davies, J., Yuen, L., Tong, S., Davis, J.S., & Locarnini, S. (2014). Molecular virology of Hepatitis B virus, subgenotype C4 in Northern Australian Indigenous populations. Journal of Medical Virology, 86(4), 695-706.
  3.  Parker, C., Tong, S.Y.C., Dempsey, K., Condon, J., Sharma, S., Chen, J.W.C., Sievert, W., & Davis, J.S. (2014). Hepatocellular carcinoma in Australia's Northern Territory - high incidence and poor outcomes. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(8), 470-474.
  4. Davies, J., Littlejohn, M., Locarnini, S. A., Whiting, S., Hajkowicz, K., Cowie, B. C., et al. (2013). The molecular epidemiology of hepatitis B in the Indigenous people of northern Australia. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 28(7), 1234-1241.
  5. Davies J, Tong SY, Davis JS. (2013). Hepatitis D is rare or non-existent in hepatitis B virus-infected Indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health37(2), 188-9.
  6. Carroll, E., Page, W., & Davis, J. S. (2010). Screening for hepatitis B in East Arnhem Land: A high prevalence of chronic infection despite incomplete screening. Internal Medicine Journal, 40(11), 784-787.
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