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Publications: Coffin, Juli

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Armstrong, E., Coffin, J., Hersh, D., Katzenellenbogen, J.M., Thompson, S., Flicker, L., McAllister, M., Cadilhac, D., Rai, T., Godecke, E., Hayward, C., Hankey, G.J., Drew, N., Lin, I., Woods, D. and Ciccone, N. (2022) Healing Right Way RCT: Novel interventions to enhance the cultural security of rehabilitation services for Aboriginal Australians with brain injury. International Journal of Stroke, 17 (Supp. 1).

O’Brien, P., Prehn, R., Rind, N., Lin, I., Choong, P.F.M., Bessarab, D., Coffin, J., Mason, T., Dowsey, M.M. and Bunzli, S. (2022) Laying the foundations of community engagement in Aboriginal health research: establishing a community reference group and terms of reference in a novel research field. Research Involvement and Engagement, 8 (1). Art. 40.

Armstrong, E., Colegate, K., Papertalk, L., Woods, D., Thompson, S., Katzenellenbogen, J., Ciccone, N., Godecke, E., Hersh, D., McAllister, M. and Coffin, J. (2022) Yarning circles providing support for Aboriginal Australians after acquired brain injury. International Journal of Stroke, 17 (Supp. 1).

Armstrong, E., McCoy, K., Clinch, R., Merritt, M., Speedy, R., McAllister, M., Heine, K., Ciccone, N., Robinson, M. and Coffin, J. (2021) The development of aboriginal brain injury coordinator positions: A culturally secure rehabilitation service initiative as part of a clinical trial. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 22 . Art. e49.

Marriott, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-6037-2565, Reibel, T., Gliddon, J., Griffin, D., Coffin, J., Eades, A-M, Robinson, M., Bowen, A., Kendall, S., Martin, T., Monterosso, L., Stanley, F. and Walker, R. (2020) Aboriginal research methods and researcher reflections on working two-ways to investigate culturally secure birthing for Aboriginal women. Australian Aboriginal Studies (1). pp. 36-53.

Marriott, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-6037-2565, Reibel, T., Coffin, J., Gliddon, J., Griffin, D., Robinson, M., Eades, A-M and Maddox, J. (2019) “Our culture, how it is to be us” — Listening to Aboriginal women about on Country urban birthing. Women and Birth, 32 (5). pp. 391-403.

Walker, R., Griffin, D., Robinson, M., Gliddon, J., Barrett, T-L, Coffin, J., Reibel, T. and Marriott, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-6037-2565 (2019) Wongi mi bardup (doing it our way). International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 12 (1). pp. 15-28.

McAullay, D., McAuley, K., Marriott, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-6037-2565, Pearson, G., Jacoby, P., Ferguson, C., Geelhoed, E., Coffin, J., Green, C., Sibosado, S., Henry, B., Doherty, D. and Edmond, K. (2016) Improving access to primary care for Aboriginal babies in Western Australia: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 17 . Article number: 82.

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