Julie Green
Julie Green
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
Verified email at parentingrc.org.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Generating best evidence from qualitative research: the role of data analysis
J Green, K Willis, E Hughes, R Small, N Welch, L Gibbs, J Daly
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 31 (6), 545-550, 2007
6262007
A hierarchy of evidence for assessing qualitative health research
J Daly, K Willis, R Small, J Green, N Welch, M Kealy, E Hughes
Journal of clinical epidemiology 60 (1), 43-49, 2007
4802007
Healthy eating, activity and obesity prevention: a qualitative study of parent and child perceptions in Australia
K Hesketh, E Waters, J Green, L Salmon, J Williams
Health promotion international 20 (1), 19-26, 2005
4182005
Increasing school playground physical activity: a mixed methods study combining environmental measures and children's perspectives
LJ Willenberg, R Ashbolt, D Holland, L Gibbs, C MacDougall, J Garrard, ...
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 13 (2), 210-216, 2010
1742010
What have sampling and data collection got to do with good qualitative research?
L Gibbs, M Kealy, K Willis, J Green, N Welch, J Daly
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 31 (6), 540-544, 2007
1452007
The relationship between family functioning and child and adolescent overweight and obesity: a systematic review
JA Halliday, CL Palma, D Mellor, J Green, AMN Renzaho
International journal of obesity 38 (4), 480, 2014
1032014
Parenting, family functioning and lifestyle in a new culture: the case of African migrants in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
AMN Renzaho, J Green, D Mellor, B Swinburn
Child & family social work 16 (2), 228-240, 2011
1012011
Social, cultural and environmental influences on child activity and eating in Australian migrant communities
J Green, E Waters, A Haikerwal, C O'Neill, S Raman, ML Booth, ...
Child: Care, health and development 29 (6), 441-448, 2003
972003
Promoting the social and emotional health of primary school-aged children: reviewing the evidence base for school-based interventions
J Green, F Howes, E Waters, E Maher, F Oberklaid
International Journal of Mental Health Promotion 7 (3), 30-36, 2005
802005
The essential role of social theory in qualitative public health research
K Willis, J Daly, M Kealy, R Small, G Koutroulis, J Green, L Gibbs, ...
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 31 (5), 438-443, 2007
752007
Perils and possibilities: achieving best evidence from focus groups in public health research
K Willis, J Green, J Daly, L Williamson, M Bandyopadhyay
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 33 (2), 131-136, 2009
712009
Double disadvantage: the influence of ethnicity over socioeconomic position on childhood overweight and obesity: findings from an inner urban population of primary school children
E Waters, R Ashbolt, L Gibbs, M Booth, A Magarey, L Gold, S Kai Lo, ...
International Journal of Pediatric Obesity 3 (4), 196-204, 2008
632008
Parental self‐efficacy and oral health‐related knowledge are associated with parent and child oral health behaviors and self‐reported oral health status
A de Silva‐Sanigorski, R Ashbolt, J Green, H Calache, B Keith, E Riggs, ...
Community dentistry and oral epidemiology 41 (4), 345-352, 2013
532013
Information needs of parents of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
E Sciberras, S Iyer, D Efron, J Green
Clinical Pediatrics 49 (2), 150-157, 2010
312010
“Should I send a condolence card?” Promoting emotional safety in qualitative health research through reflexivity and ethical mindfulness
EC Bowtell, SM Sawyer, RA Aroni, JB Green, RE Duncan
Qualitative Inquiry 19 (9), 652-663, 2013
302013
Activities and participation of children with cerebral palsy: parent perspectives
C Mei, S Reilly, D Reddihough, F Mensah, J Green, L Pennington, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (23), 2164-2173, 2015
292015
Putting the ‘informed’into ‘consent’: A matter of plain language
JB Green, RE Duncan, GL Barnes, F Oberklaid
Journal of paediatrics and child health 39 (9), 700-703, 2003
272003
Accessing flexible learning opportunities: Children’s and young people’s use of laptops in a paediatric hospital
A Nisselle, S Hanns, J Green, T Jones
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 21 (1), 3-20, 2012
262012
Exploring ambient technology for connecting hospitalised children with school and home
G Wadley, F Vetere, L Hopkins, J Green, L Kulik
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 72 (8-9), 640-653, 2014
212014
Books, bytes and brains: The implications of new knowledge for children's early literacy learning
L Hopkins, F Brookes, J Green
Australasian Journal of early childhood 38 (1), 23-28, 2013
212013
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