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Thesis

Harris-Roxas B. The Impact and Effectiveness of Equity Focused Health Impact Assessment in Health Service Planning, PhD Thesis (Public Health), School of Public Health and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales: Sydney, 2014. PDF (3.5Mb)  EPUB (910Kb)  MOBI (1.2 Mb)

Research

O’Dea, B., Li, S., Whitton, A., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2022). While We Wait: Using digital technology to improve care for young people awaiting in-person mental health services (Patent No. $31,300 (Cat 3)). Cite
Yadav, U. N., Mistry, S. K., Ghimire, S., Schneider, C. H., Rawal, L. B., Acharya, S. P., Harris-Roxas, B., & Harris, M. F. (2021). Recognizing the roles of primary health care in addressing non-communicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries: Lesson from COVID-19, implications for the future. Journal of Global Health, 11, 03120. https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.11.03120 Cite Download
Yadav, U., Mistry, S., Ghimire, S., Huckel Schneider, C., Rawal, L., Acharya, S., Harris-Roxas, B., & Harris, M. (2021). Opportunities and challenges in addressing non-communicable diseases through primary health care in low- and middle-income countries: Lesson from COVID-19, implications for the future. Journal of Global Health, 11(03120). https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.11.03120 Cite Download
Chan, L., El-Haddad, N., Freeman, B., O’Hara, B. J., Woodland, L., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2021). A Case Study of an SMS Text Message Community Panel Survey and Its Potential for Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic. JMIR Formative Research, 5(11), e28929. https://doi.org/10.2196/28929 Cite Download
O’Callaghan, C., Tran, A., Tam, N., Wen, L. M., & Harris-Roxas. (2021). Promoting the get healthy information and coaching service (GHS) in Australian-Chinese communities: facilitators and barriers. Health Promotion International, daab129. https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/daab129 Cite Download
Green, D., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2021, August 19). We should install air purifiers with HEPA filters in every classroom. It could help with COVID, bushfire smoke and asthma. The Conversation. http://theconversation.com/we-should-install-air-purifiers-with-hepa-filters-in-every-classroom-it-could-help-with-covid-bushfire-smoke-and-asthma-166332 Cite
Winkler, M., Viliani, F., Knoblauch, A., Cave, B., Divall, M., Ramesh, G., Harris-Roxas, B., & Furu, P. (2021). International Best Practice Principles: Health Impact Assessment (2nd edition) (Special Publication Series). International Association for Impact Assessment. Cite Download
Winkler, M., Viliani, F., Cave, B., Divall, M., Knoblauch, A., Harris-Roxas, B., Ramesh, G., & Furu, P. (2021). Key Citations: Health Impact Assessment (Key Citations Series). International Association for Impact Assessment. Cite Download
Harris-Roxas, B., Woodland, L., Corcoran, J., Lloyd, J., Harris, M., Kearns, R., & Hasan, I. (2021, March 11). The use of machine translation in healthcare settings in NSW [Invited Presentation]. NSW launch of the CALD Assist app, Sydney. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CfkRyqsoM4 Cite
Seale, H., Mahimbo, A., Harris-Roxas, B., & Chaves, N. (2021, March 1). How can governments communicate with multicultural Australians about COVID vaccines? It’s not as simple as having a poster in their language. The Conversation. http://theconversation.com/how-can-governments-communicate-with-multicultural-australians-about-covid-vaccines-its-not-as-simple-as-having-a-poster-in-their-language-156097 Cite
Seale, H., Heywood, A., Woodland, L., Harris-Roxas, B., Mahimbo, A., & Abdi, I. (2021). Enhancing and supporting the COVID-19 vaccination program - focusing on Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities. School of Population Health, UNSW Sydney. https://sph.med.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/sphcm/News/Enhancing-supporting-COVID-19-vaccination-program.pdf Cite Download
Woodland, L., Blignault, I., O’Callaghan, C., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2021). A framework for preferred practices in conducting culturally competent health research in a multicultural society. Health Research Policy and Systems, 19(1), 24. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12961-020-00657-y Cite Download
Sitas, F., Harris-Roxas, B., Bradshaw, D., & Lopez, A. D. (2021). Smoking and epidemics of respiratory infections. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 99(2), 164–165. https://doi.org/0.2471/BLT.20.273052 Cite Download
Wanjohi, N. W., Harrison, R., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2021). Health Impact Assessments of Health Sector Proposals: An Audit and Narrative Synthesis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(21), 11466. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph182111466 Cite Download
Trollor, J., Hrris, M., Kavanagh, A., Fisher, K., Long, J., Reppermund, S., Harris-Roxas, B., Spooner, C., & Sharma, A. (2021). Developing a model of Preventative Healthcare for People with Intellectual Disability (Patent No. $5,077,329 ($1,499,819 Cat 1, $3,577,510 Cat 2)). Cite Download
Harris, M., Aslani, P., Levesque, J.-F., Barr, M., Sharma, A., Harris-Roxas, B., Wright, M., & Osborne, R. (2021). Community Health workers Extending Care in the Community (CHECC) (Patent No. GNT1196912, $2,093,952 ($1,004,341 Cat 1, $1,089,611 Cat 2)). Cite Download
Harris, M., Liaw, W., Chin, M., Knight, A., Harris, C., Goodger, B., Vuong, K., Harris-Roxas, B., & Taggart, J. (2021). Improving the quality of long term cancer survivorship care for colorectal and breast cancers (Patent No. $100,000 (Cat 3)). Cite
Dadich, A., Harris-Roxas, B., Ní Shé, É., Ni Chroinin, D., Kohler, F., & Boydell, K. (2021). What constitutes a brilliant model of aged care? (Patent No. $27,000 (Cat 3)). Cite
McDonald, A., Harris, M., Simpson, A., Bailie, A., Spooner, C., Anderson, K., Cunich, M., Parcsi, L., Harris-Roxas, B., Hutchings, O., & Moore, M. (2021). Enhancing integration with primary care of patients with severe mental illness using a web-based shared care plan and telehealth solution (Patent No. $1,039,075 ($999,075 Cat 1, $40,000 Cat 2),). Cite
Iqbal, M., Walpola, R., Harris-Roxas, B., Li, J., Mears, S., Hall, J., & Harrison, R. (2021). Improving primary health care quality for refugees and asylum seekers: A systematic review of interventional approaches. Health Expectations, online first. https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.13365 Cite Download
O’Callaghan, C., Kearns, R., Harris-Roxas, B., Woodland, L., & Dharmagesan, G. (2021). Extended Caregiving Arrangements for Families from Chinese Backgrounds Project Report. UNSW Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity. Cite Download
Kanti-Mistry, S., Johnson, G., Perren, K., Raffan, F., Saito, S., Shaw, M., Harris-Roxas, B., & Haigh, F. (2021). Virtual care and Health Equity: A rapid literature review to identify equity issues in access and delivery of virtual care interventions. RPA Virtual Hospital, Sydney Local Health District. Cite Download
Kanti Mistry, S., Harris-Roxas, B., Narayan Yadav, U., Shabnam, S., & Harris, M. (2021). Community health workers (CHWs) can be a cost-effective way to provide psychosocial support among older adults amid COVID-19 pandemic and post pandemic in LMICs. Frontiers in Public Health, 9. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2021.666753 Cite Download
Barr, M., Kabir, A., Williamson, M., Comino, E., Harris-Roxas, B., Goodger, B., Jackson, T., Blunden, L.-A., & Harris, M. (2021). Social isolation and health service use Margo Barr, Alamgir Kabir, Margaret Williamson, Elizabeth Comino, Ben Harris-Roxas, Brendan Goodger, Tony Jackson, Lou-Anne Blunden and Mark Harris. Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, UNSW. https://cphce.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/uploads/Report_Social%20isolation%20and%20health%20service%20use_2020.pdf Cite Download
O’Callaghan, C., Dharmagesan, G., Roy, J., Dharmagesan, V., Loukas, P., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2021). Enhancing Equitable Access to Cancer Information for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Communities to Complement Beliefs about Cancer Prognosis and Treatment. Supportive Care in Cancer, online in advance of press. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-021-06125-9 Cite Download
Kirby, S., Edwards, K., Yu, S., van Gool, K., Powell‐Davies, G., Harris-Roxas, B., Gresham, E., Harris, M., & Hall, J. (2021). Improving outcomes for marginalised rural families through a care navigator program. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 32, 285–294. https://doi.org/10.1002/hpja.348 Cite Download
Haigh, F., Harris-Roxas, B., & Kanti Mistry, S. (2021). A rapid literature review to identify equity issues in access and delivery of telehealth interventions (Patent No. $24,492 (Cat 2)). Cite
Harrison, R., Manias, E., Walpola, R., Dobbins, T., Mimmo, L., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2021). Clinician Experience of Virtual Modes. preprared by UNSW Sydney for the Strategic Reform Branch, New South Wales Ministry of Health. Cite
Kim, J., Harris-Roxas, B., de Leeuw, E., Lilley, D., Crimeen, A., & Sainsbury, P. (2020). Protocol for a Meta-narrative Review on Research Paradigms Addressing the Urban Built Environment and Human Health. Systematic Reviews., in press. https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-121888/v1 Cite Download
Heywood, A., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020, December 4). “Online discussions with classmates are fruitful”: Fostering postgraduate collaborative learning using an assessable asynchronous peer-led discussion forum. UNSW Medicine and Health Education Forum: COVID and beyond, Sydney. Cite
Heywood, A., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020, November 19). “Online discussions with classmates are fruitful”: Fostering postgraduate collaborative learning using an assessable asynchronous peer-led discussion forum. UNSW 2020 Learning and Teaching Forum – “Learning without limits: Leading the change,” Sydney. Cite Download
Harris-Roxas, B., Woodland, L., Corcoran, J., Lloyd, J., Harris, M., Kearns, R., & Hasan, I. (2020, September 23). “Agreeing machines instead of thinking machines”: Exploring the potential equity implications of the use of machine translation and neural networks in health and social services [Invited Seminar]. Flinders Medical Research Institute, Adelaide. Cite Download Download
Haigh, F., Harris-Roxas, B., & de Leeuw, E. (2020). Understanding vulnerability in the context of climate change – a Health impact Assessment Framework. European Journal of Public Health, 30, S5 ckaa165.513. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa165.513 Cite Download
Kim, J., de Leeuw, E., Harris-Roxas, B., & Sainsbury, P. (2020). The three paradigms on urban health. European Journal of Public Health, 30, S5 ckaa166.155. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa166.155 Cite Download
Kearns, R., Harris-Roxas, B., McDonald, J., Song, H. J., Dennis, S., & Harris, M. (2020). Implementing the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) in clinical settings for patients with chronic conditions: a scoping review. Integrated Healthcare Journal, 2(1), e000032. https://doi.org/10.1136/ihj-2019-000032 Cite Download
Winkler, M. S., Furu, P., Viliani, F., Cave, B., Divall, M., Ramesh, G., Harris-Roxas, B., & Knoblauch, A. M. (2020). Current Global Health Impact Assessment Practice. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(9), 2988. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17092988 Cite Download
Reeders, D., Snow, K., Yarwood, T., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020, April 7). So you want to wear a mask in public? Here are three things you might consider first. Inside Story. https://insidestory.org.au/so-you-want-to-wear-a-mask-in-public/ Cite Download
Yarwood, T., Harris-Roxas, B., Reeders, D., & Snow, K. (2020, March 18). Coronavirus claims checked by experts. The Conversation. http://theconversation.com/can-coronavirus-spread-through-food-can-anti-inflammatories-like-ibuprofen-make-it-worse-coronavirus-claims-checked-by-experts-133911 Cite
Karezi, D., El Haddad, N., Giourgas, K., Chan, L., Woodland, L., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020). Shisha No Thanks! Raising the awareness of the harms of waterpipe smoking in young people from Arabic speaking backgrounds (Final Report). South Eastern Sydney Local Health District. https://cphce.unsw.edu.au/research/evaluation-raising-awareness-harms-waterpipe-use-project Cite Download
Nichols, T., Calder, R., Morgan, M., Lawn, S., Beauchamp, A., Trezona, A., Byambasuren, O., Bowman, J., Duggan, M., Clinton-McHarg, T., Willis, K., Kearns, R., Harris-Roxas, B., Wardle, J., Litt, J., Menzies, D., Dawda, P., Dineen-Griffin, S., Banfield, M., … Klepac, B. (2020). Self-care for health: a national policy blueprint (Policy Paper No. 2020–1). Mitchell Institute, Victoria University. Cite Download
Harris, M., Taggart, J., Harris-Roxas, B., & Spooner, C. (2020). Integrated Clinical Pathways Project 4: Electronic shared care (Patent No. 91,000). Cite
Gonski, P., Hilman, K., Saunders, C., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020). Empowering older, frail people to make their own end of life choices (Patent No. $100,000 (Cat 3)). Cite
El Haddad, N., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020). Promoting healthy eating and physical activity in young people from Chinese backgrounds - Evaluation (Patent No. $20,000 (Cat 3)). Cite
Harrison, R., Dobbins, T., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020). Clinical Experience Instrument and Findings (Patent No. $118,000 (Cat 2)). Cite
Harris-Roxas, B., Woodland, L., Freeman, B., McKenzie, R., El Haddad, N., Chan, L., & Karezi, D. (2020). Raising awareness of the harms of waterpipe smoking Phase 2 - Evaluation Component (Patent No. $16,101 (Cat 2)). Cite
Barr, M., Kabir, A., Woodland, L., Webster, G., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020). Characteristics and outcomes associated with carers in Central and Eastern Sydney aged 45 years and over. UNSW Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity. https://cphce.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/publication_related_files/Characteristics%20and%20outcomes%20for%20Carers%20in%20CES%20-%20Analaysis%20of%20PACH%20data.pdf Cite Download Download
Harris, P., Harris-Roxas, B., Adams, J., Bevan, W., Frawley, J., Freeman, E., Haigh, F., Hua, M., Mazumdar, S., McIntyre, E., Morrison, N., Prior, J., & Pry, J. (2020). Urban Planning and Design for the COVID-19 era: a rapid review for policy and practice (Patent No. $19,894 (Cat 3)). Cite
Harris-Roxas, B., Haigh, F., & Charlesworth, K. (2020). Submission to Climate Health WA Inquiry. Government of Western Australia. https://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Improving-WA-Health/Climate-health-inquiry/Public-submissions Cite Download
Woodland, L., Smith, A., & Harris-Roxas, B. (2020). Increasing participation of people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds in research. Centre for Oncology Education & Research Translation (CONCERT), Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service, and the South Eastern Sydney Research Collaboration Hub (SEaRCH). https://cphce.unsw.edu.au/news-events/events/2020/09/increasing-participation-people-cald-backgrounds-research Cite Download
Barr, M. L., Welberry, H., Hall, J., Comino, E. J., Harris, E., Harris-Roxas, B. F., Jackson, T., Donnelly, D., & Harris, M. F. (2020). General practitioner follow-up after hospitalisation in Central and Eastern Sydney, Australia: access and impact on health services. Australian Health Review. https://doi.org/10.1071/AH19285 Cite Download

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