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Patients' Experiences
 
Dr Sarah Russell undertook a critical literature review for Bayside Medicare Local on studies that have explored consumer experiences of primary health care services Literature Review
 
 
An aged care facility in crisis
 
Dr Sarah Russell interviewed relatives of residents of an aged care facility about their concerns regarding the standards of care Report
 
 
Australian Health Workforce Literature Review
 
Dr Sarah Russell critically reviewed the literature on health workforce reforms
 
 
Feedin' the mob
 
Dr Sarah Russell worked with Plenty Valley Community Health to design a project for Local Community Campaigns to promote better Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
 
 
Addressing cultural diversity in health ethics education
 
Dr Sarah Russell and others from University of Melbourne, La Trobe University and University of Queensland, received funding from the Australian Teaching and Learning Council to develop health ethics teaching materials that are responsive to the increasing cultural diversity of students Website
 
 
Exploring firsthand experiences of the adoption assessment process
 
Dr Sarah Russell and colleagues from University of Melbourne investigated experiences of the adoption process.The objective of this study was to undertake an ethical analysis of current eligibility criteria for adoption Final Report
 
 
Dual Diagnosis: young people speak out
 
With a grant from beyondblue's Victorian Centre of Excellence, Dr Sarah Russell and Erica Evans interviewed people about their experiences of youth mental health and alcohol and other drug services Final Report
 
 
The experience of self management to prevent leg ulcer recurrence following venous leg ulcer healing
 
Dr Sarah Russell and colleagues undertook thematic analysis of data for the Royal District Nursing Service
 
 
The reflections on a model of care delivered to people with dementia living in the community
 
Dr Sarah Russell and colleagues undertook thematic analysis of data for the Royal District Nursing Service
 
 
Food for Thought: Co-morbididty of eating disorders with anxiety and depression
 
Dr Sarah Russell and colleagues undertook a scoping study of eating disorder organisations and their resources for people who experience anxiety and depression. The research was commissioned by beyondblue Final Report
 
 
Good sports promoting good mental health
 
Dr Sarah Russell worked with the Australian Drug Foundation on the impact of responsible drinking and other mental health initiatives in Good Sports accredited sports clubs
 
 
Enhancing cross-cultural understandings of ethical issues in medical education
 
Dr Sarah Russell and colleagues from the University of Melbourne investigated the impact of 'Western developed' medical ethics teaching on clinical experiences of medical students in Malaysia
 
 
Table Talk: how older women play their cards
 
Dr Sarah Russell interviewed women who play bridge regularly Final Report
 
 
Staying well with bipolar disorder
 
Dr Sarah Russell, Dr Jan Browne and Margie Nunn received funding from beyondblue to explore how people with manic depression/bipolar disorder stay well Article
 
 
Talking about dying
 
Dr Jan Browne, Dr Sarah Russell and Sarah L'Estrange asked people in the community where and how they would choose to die Final Report
 
 
Health-promoting hotel
 
Dr Sarah Russell, Dr Jan Browne and Zelda Penn worked with Melbourne Health to evaluate a 'Medi-hotel'
 
 
Tell me what I think: barriers to participation in a youth substance abuse service
 
Dr Sarah Russell worked with YSAS to undertake research, development and evaluation of drug and alcohol services for young people
 
 
Life after life-support
 
This project followed up 572 patients after discharge from an intensive care unit to explore their quality of life and functional recovery Abstract
 
 
Ageing well
 
Dr Sarah Russell taught a Masters Degree unit at the Chinese University in Hong Kong
 
 
Implementation strategies for evidence-based guidelines in Australia
 
This research was undertaken with Dr Danielle Mazza at the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Abstract
 
 
People with physical disability find new ways to be sexy without crossing the line
 
Dr Jan Browne and Dr Sarah Russell collaborated with Paraquad Victoria
 
 
My workplace, your home
 
Dr Jan Browne, Dr Sarah Russell and Sarah L'Estrange asked home care workers to describe their understandings of professional boundaries
 
 
General Practitioners' uptake of clinical evidence-based guidelines
 
Consultation with members of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2001.
 
 
Public health/ health promotion research workforce: development, progression and retention
 
This project was undertaken for the Victorian Public Health Research and Education Council in 2004
 
 
General Practitioners' attitudes to complementary therapies
 
Research proposal commissioned by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2001.
 
 
Evaluation of Victorian Department of Communities community building project: Proud to Participate
 
Dr Sarah Russell, Dr Jan Browne and Dr Yoland Wadsworth evaluated a community building demonstration project in Noble Park
 
 
Non-compliance to medical treatments
 
Research commissioned by Jeanne Daly, Associate Professor, School of Public Health, La Trobe University.