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Charlotte de Crespigny
Charlotte de Crespigny
Professor, Alcohol and Drug Nursing
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Self medication with antibiotics in Yogyakarta City Indonesia: a cross sectional population-based survey
A Widayati, S Suryawati, C de Crespigny, JE Hiller
BMC research notes 4, 1-8, 2011
2372011
Analysing group interaction in focus group research: Impact on content and the role of the moderator
M Grønkjær, T Curtis, C De Crespigny, C Delmar
Qualitative studies 2 (1), 16-30, 2011
1832011
Knowledge and beliefs about antibiotics among people in Yogyakarta City Indonesia: a cross sectional population-based survey
A Widayati, S Suryawati, C de Crespigny, JE Hiller
Antimicrobial resistance and infection control 1, 1-7, 2012
1642012
Heatwaves and their impact on people with alcohol, drug and mental health conditions: a discussion paper on clinical practice considerations
L Cusack, C de Crespigny, P Athanasos
Journal of advanced nursing 67 (4), 915-922, 2011
992011
Acceptance and expectance: Cultural norms for alcohol use in Denmark
M Grønkjær, T Curtis, C De Crespigny, C Delmar
International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being 6 (4 …, 2011
732011
Improving the provision of services to young people from refugee backgrounds with comorbid mental health and substance use problems: addressing the barriers
M Posselt, K McDonald, N Procter, C de Crespigny, C Galletly
BMC public health 17, 1-17, 2017
662017
Beliefs about the use of nonprescribed antibiotics among people in Yogyakarta City, Indonesia: a qualitative study based on the theory of planned behavior
A Widayati, S Suryawati, C Crespigny, JE Hiller
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 27 (2), NP402-NP413, 2015
592015
The developing role of transition to practice programs for newly graduated mental health nurses
N Procter, J Beutel, K Deuter, D Curren, C de Crespigny, M Simon
International Journal of Nursing Practice 17 (3), 254-261, 2011
532011
A ‘partnership model’for ethical Indigenous research
C De Crespigny, C Emden, I Kowanko, H Murray
Collegian 11 (4), 7-13, 2004
532004
Mental health and drug and alcohol comorbidity in young people of refugee background: a review of the literature
M Posselt, C Galletly, C de Crespigny, N Procter
Mental Health and Substance Use 7 (1), 19-30, 2014
502014
Increasing confidence of emergency department staff in responding to mental health issues: an educational initiative
CM Stuhlmiller, B Tolchard, LJ Thomas, CF de Crespigny, D King
Australian Emergency Nursing Journal 7 (1), 9-17, 2004
492004
Aboriginal people travelling well: Issues of safety, transport and health
YLM Helps, J Moller, I Kowanko, JE Harrison, K O’Donnell, ...
Canberra, ACT: Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development …, 2008
462008
Better medication management for Aboriginal people with mental health disorders: a survey of providers
I Kowanko, C Crespigny, H Murray, M Groenkjaer, C Emden
Australian Journal of Rural Health 12 (6), 253-257, 2004
452004
Young women's social drinking in context—pub style: A study of decision making and social drinking of young women in urban South Australia
C De Crespigny, N Vincent, A Ask
Contemporary Drug Problems 26 (3), 439-456, 1999
451999
Aetiology of coexisting mental health and alcohol and other drug disorders: perspectives of refugee youth and service providers
M Posselt, N Procter, C Galletly, C Crespigny
Australian Psychologist 50 (2), 130-140, 2015
442015
Improving the patient journey: achieving positive outcomes for remote Aboriginal cardiac patients
M Lawrence
APO: Analysis & Policy Observatory, 2009
402009
The Social Impacts of the Cannabis Expiation Notice Scheme in South Australia: Monograph no. 34
C Ali, H Lenton, H Sutton, National Drug Strategy Committee
Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care, 2005
372005
Participatory Action Research-Dadirri-Ganma, using Yarning: methodology co-design with Aboriginal community members
H Sharmil, J Kelly, M Bowden, C Galletly, I Cairney, C Wilson, L Hahn, ...
International Journal for Equity in Health 20, 1-11, 2021
342021
Mental health and alcohol and other drug training for emergency department workers: One solution to help manage increasing demand
DL King, RS Kalucy, CF De Crespigny, CM Stuhlmiller, LJ Thomas
Emergency Medicine 16 (2), 155-160, 2004
342004
Better medication management for Indigenous Australians: findings from the field
C Emden, I Kowanko, C de Crespigny, H Murray
Australian Journal of Primary Health 11 (1), 80-90, 2005
332005
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