Catherine Kaplun
Catherine Kaplun
Western Sydney University Research Fellow Transforming early Education and Child Health (TeEACH)
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Optimising refugee children’s health/wellbeing in preparation for primary and secondary school: a qualitative inquiry
JR Baker, S Raman, J Kohlhoff, A George, C Kaplun, A Dadich, CT Best, ...
BMC Public health 19, 1-11, 2019
The Starting School Study: Mothers’ perspectives of transition to school.
C Kaplun, S Dockett, B Perry
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 42 (4), 2017
Children’s drawings speak a thousand words in their transition to school
C Kaplun
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 44 (4), 392-407, 2019
The effectiveness of place-based interventions in improving development, health and wellbeing outcomes in children aged 0–6 years living in disadvantaged neighbourhoods in high …
J Glover, N Samir, C Kaplun, T Rimes, K Edwards, V Schmied, I Katz, ...
Wellbeing, Space and Society 2, 100064, 2021
“Watch Me Grow-Electronic (WMG-E)” surveillance approach to identify and address child development, parental mental health, and psychosocial needs: study protocol
V Eapen, S Woolfenden, V Schmied, B Jalaludin, K Lawson, ST Liaw, ...
BMC Health Services Research 21, 1-10, 2021
Gudaga goes to school study: methods used in understanding school transitions and early education experiences of an urban Aboriginal cohort
C Kaplun, J Knight, R Grace, S Dockett, B Perry, E Comino, ...
Educational Studies 42 (1), 54-71, 2016
Clinician and carer moral concerns when caring for children who tube-feed
A Dadich, K Hockey, C Kaplun, C Fleming, N Hopwood, K Moraby, ...
Journal of Child Health Care 27 (2), 182-196, 2023
Parents’ beliefs, perceptions and practices: Influence on child school readiness in Western Sydney, Australia
T Binasis, C Kaplun, V Schmied
Health & Social Care in the Community 30 (6), e4103-e4112, 2022
The application of the Music Therapy Visual Schedule Approach (MT-ViSA) within a group music therapy program
AM Fuller, C Kaplun, AE Short
Nordic Journal of Music Therapy 31 (2), 153-175, 2022
Interpreter use in sustained nurse home visiting: interpreter experience and support
M Bonakdar Tehrani, K Baird, S Trajkovski, C Kaplun, T Bruce, L Kemp
BMC Health Services Research 23 (1), 1-10, 2023
Starting school: Synthesis and analysis
A MacDonald, W Goff, K Hopps, C Kaplun, S Rogers
Transitions to School-International Research, Policy and Practice, 219-227, 2014
A short-form version of the Australian English communicative development inventory
C Jones, M Kalashnikova, C Khamchuang, CT Best, E Bowcock, A Dwyer, ...
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 24 (4), 341-351, 2022
‘Everybody Has Got Their Own Story’: Urban Aboriginal Families and the Transition to School
C Kaplun, R Grace, J Knight, J Anderson, N West, H Mack, E Comino, ...
Families and transition to school, 67-82, 2017
The Starting School Study
C Kaplun
Charles Sturt University, 2013
Examining the feasibility of implementing digital mental health innovations into hospitals to support youth in suicide crisis: interview study with young people and health …
D Rheinberger, R Baffsky, L McGillivray, I Zbukvic, A Dadich, ME Larsen, ...
JMIR formative research 7, e51398, 2023
Educator perspectives on embedding Acknowledgement to Country practices in early learning centres in Australia
C Townley, R Grace, C Woodrow, E Baker, K Staples, ML Locke, ...
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 48 (2), 86-98, 2023
Services working together to support children and their families
E Baker, C Kaplun, AM Dadich
Children, Family and Communities, 2022
Supporting the Wellbeing, Development and Healing of Children who Experience Bereavement
C Kaplun, R Grace, G Murphy, AM Dadich
'it was that horizontal ellipsis specialist horizontal ellipsis that finally listened to us horizontal ellipsis that's probably a weird answer to what you were expecting …
A Dadich, S Kaplun, C Kaplun, N Hopwood, C Elliot
HEALTH EXPECTATIONS 26 (1), 488-497, 2023
‘it was that… specialist… that finally listened to us… that's probably a weird answer to what you were expecting’: Clinician and carer perspectives on brilliant feeding care
A Dadich, S Kaplun, C Kaplun, N Hopwood, C Elliot
Health Expectations 26 (1), 488-497, 2023
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