Associate Professor Samantha Battams
Associate Professor Samantha Battams
Associate Professor, Southgate Institute for Health, Society & Equity
Verified email at flinders.edu.au - Homepage
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Mental health and development: targeting people with mental health conditions as a vulnerable group
M Funk, N Drew, M Freeman, E Faydi
World Health Organization, 2010
489*2010
Alcohol use among workers in male-dominated industries: A systematic review of risk factors
AM Roche, NK Lee, S Battams, JA Fischer, J Cameron, A McEntee
Safety science 78, 124-141, 2015
392015
Workplace risk factors for anxiety and depression in male-dominated industries: a systematic review
S Battams, AM Roche, JA Fischer, NK Lee, J Cameron, V Kostadinov
Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine: an Open Access Journal 2 (1), 983 …, 2014
372014
What works in school-based alcohol education: A systematic review
NK Lee, J Cameron, S Battams, A Roche
Health Education Journal 75 (7), 780-798, 2016
362016
Sharing stories: Indigenous alcohol and other drug workers' well‐being, stress and burnout
AM Roche, V Duraisingam, A Trifonoff, S Battams, T Freeman, A Tovell, ...
Drug and alcohol review 32 (5), 527-535, 2013
292013
What policies and policy processes are needed to ensure that people with psychiatric disabilities have access to appropriate housing?
S Battams, F Baum
Social Science & Medicine 70 (7), 1026-1034, 2010
282010
Child wellbeing and protection concerns and the response of the alcohol and other drugs sector in Australia
S Battams, A Roche
Advances in Mental Health 10 (1), 62-71, 2011
202011
Mental health and barriers to the achievement of the ‘right to health’
J Henderson, S Battams
Australian Journal of Primary Health 17 (3), 220-226, 2011
202011
The influence of service users and NGOs on housing for people with psychiatric disability
S Battams, A Johnson
Health Sociology Review 18 (3), 321-334, 2009
192009
Power asymmetries, policy coherence and noncommunicable disease control: a qualitative study of policy actor views
S Battams, B Townsend
Critical Public Health, 2018
182018
E-cigarettes, smoking and health: a literature review update
S Byrne, E Brindal, G Williams, K Anastasiou, A Tonkin, S Battams, ...
Canberra, Australia: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research …, 2018
14*2018
For Kids' Sake: A Workforce Development Resource for Family Sensitive Policy and Practice in the Alcohol and Other Drugs Sector
S Battams, A Roche, A Duvnjak, A Trifonoff, P Bywood
NCETA, Flinders University, 2010
122010
Workplace mental illness and substance use disorders in male-dominated industries: A systematic literature review
AM Roche, J Fischer, K Pidd, NK Lee, S Battams, R Nicholas
Adelaide (Australia): National Centre for Education and Training on …, 2012
112012
The physical health of people with mental illness and ‘the right to health’
S Battams, J Henderson
Advances in Mental Health 9 (2), 116-129, 2010
102010
Indigenous Alcohol and Drug Workforce Challenges: A Literature Review of issues related to Indigenous AOD workers' wellbeing, stress and burnout
F Gleadle, T Freeman, V Duraisingam, A Roche, S Battams, B Marshall, ...
NCETA, Flinders University, 2010
9*2010
Discussing a definition of global health
S Battams, SA Matlin
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, 2013
8*2013
The EU as a global health actor: policy coherence, health diplomacy and WHO reform
S Battams, L van Schaik, R van de Pas
European Foreign Affairs Review 19 (4), 539-561, 2014
72014
The European Union as a Global Health Actor: A critical view
S Battams, L van Schaik
The European Union as a Global Health Actor, 2016
62016
The Case for Europe as a Leader in Research and Innovation for Global Health
S Battams, S Matlin
Global Health Europe, 2012
6*2012
How the social determinants of Indigenous health became policy reality for Australia's National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan
M Fisher, S Battams, D McDermott, F Baum, C MacDougall
Journal of Social Policy 48 (1), 169-189, 2019
52019
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