Susan Baidawi
Susan Baidawi
Senior Research Fellow, Monash University
Verified email at monash.edu
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Older prisoners-A challenge for Australian corrections
S Baidawi, S Turner, C Trotter, C Browning, P Collier, D O'Connor, ...
Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice, 1, 2011
572011
Young people transitioning from out-of-home care in Victoria: Strengthening support services for dual clients of child protection and youth justice
P Mendes, S Baidawi, PC Snow
Australian Social Work 67 (1), 6-23, 2014
432014
Older prisoners: Challenges for inmates and prison management
C Trotter, S Baidawi
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 48 (2), 200-218, 2015
402015
Young people transitioning from out‐of‐home care: A critical analysis of leaving care policy, legislation and housing support in the Australian state of Victoria
P Mendes, S Baidawi, P Snow
Child Abuse Review 23 (6), 402-414, 2014
302014
Good practice in reducing the over-representation of care leavers in the youth justice system
P Mendes, S Baidawi, PC Snow
Melbourne: Monash University, 2014
192014
The views of service providers on the challenges facing young people also involved in the youth justice system transitioning from out-of-home care
P Mendes, P Snow, S Baidawi
Journal of Policy Practice 13 (4), 239-257, 2014
162014
Prison experiences and psychological distress among older inmates
S Baidawi, C Trotter, C Flynn
Journal of gerontological social work 59 (3), 252-270, 2016
152016
Older prisoners: Psychological distress and associations with mental health history, cognitive functioning, socio-demographic, and criminal justice factors
S Baidawi
International psychogeriatrics 28 (3), 385-395, 2016
132016
Young people transitioning from out-of-home care in Victoria: Strengthening support services for dual clients of child protection and youth justice
P Mendes, P Snow, S Baidawi
Melbourne: Monash University, 2012
132012
Indigenous care leavers in Victoria: Final report
P Mendes, B Saunders, S Baidawi
Monash University, Melbourne, 2016
122016
Psychological distress among older prisoners: A literature review
S Baidawi, C Trotter
Journal of Forensic Social Work 5 (1-3), 234-257, 2015
112015
Psychological distress among older prisoners: Associations with health, health care utilization, and the prison environment
S Baidawi, C Trotter
Journal of Correctional Health Care 22 (4), 354-366, 2016
92016
The impact of parental incarceration on children's care: Identifying good practice principles from the perspective of imprisoned primary carer parents
C Trotter, C Flynn, S Baidawi
Child & Family Social Work 22 (2), 952-962, 2017
82017
The effectiveness of challenging skills in work with young offenders
C Trotter, P Evans, S Baidawi
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 61 (4 …, 2017
82017
Good practice in community-based supervision of Aboriginal youth offenders
C Trotter, S Baidawi, P Evans
Australian Social Work 68 (1), 5-18, 2015
82015
‘Setting Them up to Fail’ System Responses to Dual Order Child Protection and Youth Justice Clients
S Baidawi, P Mendes, P Snow
Alternative Law Journal 39 (1), 31-35, 2014
82014
Young people in, and transitioning from, out-of-home care and their mental health issues: A call for evidence
S Baidawi, P Mendes, PC Snow
Children Australia 39 (4), 200-205, 2014
72014
Some ethical considerations associated with researching young people transitioning from out-of-home care
P Mendes, P Snow, S Baidawi
Communities, Children and Families Australia 8 (2), 81, 2014
72014
Services to young people with complex support needs in rural and regional Australia: Beyond a metro-centric response
K Ellem, S Baidawi, L Dowse, L Smith
Children and Youth Services Review 99, 97-106, 2019
62019
An integrated exploration of factors associated with psychological distress among older prisoners
S Baidawi, C Trotter, DW O’Connor
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 27 (6), 815-834, 2016
62016
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