Dr Heena Akbar
Dr Heena Akbar
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Predicting intentions and behaviours in populations with or at-risk of diabetes: A systematic review
H Akbar, D Anderson, D Gallegos
Preventive medicine reports 2, 270-282, 2015
Identifying competencies for Australian health professionals working in international health
H Akbar, PS Hill, A Rotem, ID Riley, AB Zwi, GC Marks, T Mark
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 17 (2), 99-103, 2005
Evaluating the QUT homestay program: Lessons learnt in providing quality services to international students
H Akbar, T Van Bael, Y Hassan, G Baguley
15th ISANA International Education Conference Proceedings, 1-13, 2004
Relationships and sexual health promotion project for QUT international students
Y Baek, H Akbar, G Baguley
23rd ISANA International Education Association Conference Proceedings, 1-13, 2012
“Food Is Our Love Language”: Using Talanoa to Conceptualize Food Security for the Māori and Pasifika Diaspora in South-East Queensland, Australia
H Akbar, CJT Radclyffe, D Santos, M Mopio-Jane, D Gallegos
Nutrients 14 (10), 2020, 2022
Deconstructing type 2 diabetes self‐management of Australian Pacific Islander women: Using a community participatory research and talanoa approach
H Akbar, D Gallegos, D Anderson, C Windsor
Health & Social Care in the Community 30 (5), 1988-1999, 2022
Using Talanoa in Community-Based Research with Australian Pacific Islander Women with Type 2 Diabetes
H Akbar, C Windsor, D Gallegos, I Manu-Sione, D Anderson
Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action …, 2022
Development of a Pasifika Women’s Diabetes Wellness Program: from an Australian Pacific Islander Cultural Perspective
H Akbar, W Nuimata, WT Kani
International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Congress, 1-1, 2019
Indian students at QUT: Expectations and experiences
S Basu, H Akbar
23rd ISANA International Education Association Conference Proceedings, 1-10, 2012
Development of a Pasifika Women’s Diabetes Wellness Program: from the perspective of Māori and Pasifika women living in Queensland
H Akbar, I Chow, W Nuimata, T Kani, A Wynn, AV Langan, D Gallegos
Queensland Women’s Heath Forum, 2021
Supporting medication adherence in the Maori and Pacific Islander community with type 2 diabetes in Australia
N Taufatofua, H Akbar, N Cottrell, A La Caze
ASCEPT-APSA 2020 Joint Virtual Scientific Meeting: Oral Abstracts, 41, 2020
Socio-cultural factors influencing self-management of Australian Pacific Islander women with type 2 diabetes
H Akbar
International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Congress, 1-1, 2019
Identifying Predictors of Self-Care Intentions And Behaviours of Australian Pacific Islander Women With Type 2 Diabetes (PP5-06)
H Akbar
International Diabetes Epidemiology Group Symposium, 1-1, 2019
Socio-cultural context of managing type 2 diabetes in Australian Pacific Islander women living in Queensland
H Akbar
Queensland University of Technology, 2018
‘Talanoa’: A Pacific research methodology to explore diabetes amongst Australian Pacific Island women
H Akbar
East West Centre for International Graduate Student Conference on the Asia …, 2017
The needs of Muslim women at QUT
Y Baek, A Kanaani, H Akbar, G Baguley
24th ISANA International Education Conference Brisbane, Australia, 13, 2013
Multicultural melting pot: Painting for the planet
E Tindle, M McCarthy, D Lincoln, L Lawson, H Akbar
Congruence 10 (3), 28-31, 2011
The Political And Legal Determinants Of CALD Communities: An Unhealthy (Modern) Healthcare Paradigm
K Al-Kassimi, ATH Kwan, JS Portnoff, H Akbar
Baltic Journal of Law & Politics 16 (3), 1046-1055, 2023
Towards collective community education: Pasifika diabetes health forums in Southeast Queensland, Australia
HG Akbar, D Gallegos, AW Te Kani, D Anderson, C Windsor
AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 11771801231196777, 2023
Gender lens and Talanoa Indigenous perspective in diabetes research with Pacific women.
H Akbar
IDF World Diabetes Congress, 2022
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