Bianca Brijnath
Bianca Brijnath
National Ageing Research Institute (NARI)
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Barriers and enablers to delivery of the Healthy Kids Check: an analysis informed by the Theoretical Domains Framework and COM-B model
KE Alexander, B Brijnath, D Mazza
Implementation Science 9, 1-14, 2014
Do web-based mental health literacy interventions improve the mental health literacy of adult consumers? Results from a systematic review
B Brijnath, J Protheroe, KR Mahtani, J Antoniades
Journal of Medical Internet Research 18 (6), e165, 2016
Can the London 2012 Olympics ‘inspire a generation’to do more physical or sporting activities? An overview of systematic reviews
KR Mahtani, J Protheroe, SP Slight, MMP Demarzo, T Blakeman, ...
BMJ open 3 (1), e002058, 2013
Unforgotten: Love and the culture of dementia care in India
B Brijnath
Berghahn Books, 2022
Why does institutionalised care not appeal to Indian families? Legislative and social answers from urban India
B Brijnath
Ageing & Society 32 (4), 697-717, 2012
Current contraceptive management in Australian general practice: an analysis of BEACH data
D Mazza, C Harrison, A Taft, B Brijnath, H Britt, M Hobbs, K Stewart, ...
Medical Journal of Australia 197 (2), 110-114, 2012
“I'm running my depression:” Self-management of depression in neoliberal Australia
B Brijnath, J Antoniades
Social Science & Medicine 152, 1-8, 2016
Mental health claims management and return to work: qualitative insights from Melbourne, Australia
B Brijnath, D Mazza, N Singh, A Kosny, R Ruseckaite, A Collie
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 24, 766-776, 2014
Applying the CHIME recovery framework in two culturally diverse Australian communities: qualitative results
B Brijnath
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 61 (7), 660-667, 2015
Ethics and the promotion of inclusiveness within qualitative research: Case examples from Asia and the Pacific
MT Czymoniewicz-Klippel, B Brijnath, B Crockett
Qualitative Inquiry 16 (5), 332-341, 2010
Efficacy of depression treatments for immigrant patients: results from a systematic review
J Antoniades, D Mazza, B Brijnath
BMC psychiatry 14, 1-12, 2014
An Asia Pacific six-country study on HIV-related discrimination: Introduction
DD Reidpath, B Brijnath, KY Chan
Aids Care 17 (sup2), 117-127, 2005
“They don’t want our blood”: Social inclusion and blood donation among African migrants in Australia
MJ Polonsky, B Brijnath, AMN Renzaho
Social Science & Medicine 73 (2), 336-342, 2011
Barriers to blood donation in African communities in Australia: the role of home and host country culture and experience
MJ Polonsky, AMN Renzaho, B Brijnath
Transfusion 51 (8), 1809-1819, 2011
Management of respiratory tract infections in young children—A qualitative study of primary care providers’ perspectives
R Biezen, B Brijnath, D Grando, D Mazza
NPJ primary care respiratory medicine 27 (1), 15, 2017
How do mental health practitioners operationalise cultural competency in everyday practice? A qualitative analysis
TN Mollah, J Antoniades, FI Lafeer, B Brijnath
BMC Health Services Research 18, 1-12, 2018
Familial bonds and boarding passes: Understanding caregiving in a transnational context
B Brijnath
Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 16 (1), 83-101, 2009
Dissonant views-GPs’ and parents’ perspectives on antibiotic prescribing for young children with respiratory tract infections
R Biezen, D Grando, D Mazza, B Brijnath
BMC family practice 20, 1-9, 2019
General practitioners and sickness certification for injury in Australia
D Mazza, B Brijnath, N Singh, A Kosny, R Ruseckaite, A Collie
BMC family practice 16, 1-9, 2015
Why do we not want to recommend influenza vaccination to young children? A qualitative study of Australian parents and primary care providers
R Biezen, D Grando, D Mazza, B Brijnath
Vaccine 36 (6), 859-865, 2018
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