The CPHCE publishes widely in peer and non-peer reviewed publications on its three research streams Health Systems Development, Health Equity and Chronic Disease.

Below are publication lists from 2000 onwards. If you would like to find out more about research prior to this time please contact us.

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Taking action on health inequalities: the role of divisions of general practice, 32nd Public Health Association of Australia Conference: Public Health Futures, Canberra Rose, V, Harris, E, Traynor, V, Furler, J, Powell Davies, PG, Harris, MF Conference presentations 2000
General practice recruitment for schizophrenia prevention studies, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2000. 34 (suppl): S137-S139 Harris, MF Journal articles 2000
The Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Prevalence, management and health outcomes, Sydney: CHETRE and CGPIS Comino, E, Chey, T, Harris, E, Burns, J, Powell Davies, PG, Lillioja, S, Harris, MF Research reports 2000
Diabetes And CVD Workshop, Department of Health and Aged Care, Canberra Harris, MF, Burns, J, Powell Davies, PG Conference presentations 2000
Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in General Practice. Diabetes Pro Link, Diabetes Australia Journal for Health Professionals, 2000. Issue 2. Harris, MF Journal articles 2000
Integration In General Practice: Where Have We Come From And Where Do We Go Next? General Practice Evaluation Program conference, Brisbane Seru, I Conference presentations 1999
Research Protocol: Management of obesity in patients with low health literacy in primary health care. BMC Obesity 2015; 2(5). Faruqi N, Stocks N, Spooner C, Haddad Ne, Harris M Journal articles
Health Impact Assessment in New South Wales & Health in All Policies in South Australia: differences, similarities and connections. BMC Public Health. 14(1):699 Delany T, Harris P, Williams C, Harris E, Baum F, Lawless A, et al. Journal articles
Health reform: is current electronic information fit for purpose? Emergency Medicine Australasia 2011 (Sep): (doi: 10.1111/j.1742-6723.2011.01486.x) [P001055927] Liaw ST, Chen HY, Maneze D, Taggart J, Dennis S, Vagholkar S, Bunker J Journal articles