Jackie M Street
Affiliation: University of Adelaide
- Disinvestment policy and the public funding of assisted reproductive technologies: outcomes of deliberative engagements with three key stakeholder groupsKatherine Hodgetts
Menzies Centre for Health Policy, Sydney School of Public Health, Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney, Coppleson Building D02, Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
BMC Health Serv Res 14:204. 2014..Using a case study of assisted reproductive technologies (ART), deliberative engagements with a range of stakeholder groups were held on the topic of how best to structure the distribution of Australian public funding in this domain...
- The use of citizens' juries in health policy decision-making: a systematic reviewJackie Street
School of Population Health, The University of Adelaide, Australia Electronic address
Soc Sci Med 109:1-9. 2014..Adapted citizens' jury models provide an alternative: however, this review demonstrates that special attention should be paid to recruitment, independent oversight, jury duration and moderation...
- Is peer review useful in assessing research proposals in Indigenous health? A case studyJackie Street
Department of Public Health, Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Discipline of Public Health, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Health Res Policy Syst 7:2. 2009....
- News and social media: windows into community perspectives on disinvestmentJackie M Street
The University of Adelaide School of Population Health and Clinical Practice Level 7, 178 North Terrace Mail Drop 650 550, Adelaide, SA 5005, Australia
Int J Technol Assess Health Care 27:376-83. 2011..0--commercial media output, blogs, and discussion forums--can provide an understanding of media framing, community perspectives, and the sociopolitical aspects of an entrenched technology...
- Developing a collaborative research system for Aboriginal healthJackie Street
Department of Public Health, Flinders University, South Australia
Aust N Z J Public Health 31:372-8. 2007..In this project, we conducted a qualitative study among stakeholders in an Australian Aboriginal majority-controlled research-funding organisation to examine the research funding process...
- Credit where credit is due? Regulation, research integrity and the attribution of authorship in the health sciencesJackie M Street
School of Population Health and Clinical Practice, University of Adelaide, Adelaide 5005, Australia
Soc Sci Med 70:1458-65. 2010..The findings support the need for clarity in relation to authorship, and a research environment which is supportive of ethical behaviour in the publication of research...
- Virtual community consultation? Using the literature and weblogs to link community perspectives and health technology assessmentJackie M Street
Discipline of Public Health, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Health Expect 11:189-200. 2008..Yet HTA methodologists have been slow to include outcomes of these forms of inquiry in analyses, in part because collecting community views is time-consuming and resource intensive...
- The ASTUTE Health study protocol: deliberative stakeholder engagements to inform implementation approaches to healthcare disinvestmentAmber M Watt
School of Population Health, The University of Adelaide, North Terrace, Adelaide, SA, Australia
Implement Sci 7:101. 2012....
- Assisted reproductive technologies: a systematic review of safety and effectiveness to inform disinvestment policyAmber M Watt
School of Population Health and Clinical Practice, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide 5005, SA, Australia
Health Policy 102:200-13. 2011..This systematic review examined key factors associated with specific benefits and harms of ART to inform the development of a model for generating policy recommendations within an Australian disinvestment research agenda...
- Including the public in pandemic planning: a deliberative approachAnnette J Braunack-Mayer
Discipline of Public Health, School of Population Health and Clinical Practice, University of Adelaide, Level 9, 10 Pulteney Street, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia
BMC Public Health 10:501. 2010..Against a background of pandemic threat posed by SARS and avian H5N1 influenza, this study used deliberative forums to elucidate informed community perspectives on aspects of pandemic planning...
- Community knowledge, behaviours and attitudes about the 2009 H1N1 Influenza pandemic: a systematic reviewRebecca Tooher
School of Population Health, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA, Australia
Influenza Other Respir Viruses 7:1316-27. 2013....
- Pandemic influenza and community preparednessHelen Marshall
Paediatric Trials Unit, Women s and Children s Hospital, 72 King William Rd, North Adelaide, South Australia
Am J Public Health 99:S365-71. 2009..We aimed to examine community knowledge about and attitudes toward the threat of pandemic influenza and assess the community acceptability of strategies to reduce its effect...
- Understanding the school community's response to school closures during the H1N1 2009 influenza pandemicAnnette Braunack-Mayer
School of Population Health, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia 5005, Australia
BMC Public Health 13:344. 2013..This article examines school communities' understanding of, and participation in, school closures and the beliefs and values which underpinned school responses to the closures...
- Comparing cancer profiles and survival of aboriginal and non-aboriginal patients in South Australia: where are the opportunities for improving Aboriginal health?Jennifer Cottrell
Discipline of Public Health, University of Adelaide, Australia
Asian Pac J Cancer Prev 8:495-501. 2007..This study provides areas of focus for interventions to reduce cancer levels in the Aboriginal population and to improve survival of Aboriginal people diagnosed with cancer...
- How will Australian general practitioners respond to an influenza pandemic? A qualitative study of ethical valuesOlga Anikeeva
Discipline of Public Health, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA, Australia
Med J Aust 189:148-50. 2008..To explore general practitioners' perceptions of their preparedness for an influenza pandemic, the changes they would make to their practice, and the ethical justifications for their planned actions...