Dr Tinashe Moira Dune
TitleCited byYear
Sex, desire and pleasure: considering the experiences of older Australian women
B Fileborn, R Thorpe, G Hawkes, V Minichiello, M Pitts, T Dune
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 30 (1), 117-130, 2015
722015
Sexuality in residential aged care: A survey of perceptions and policies in Australian nursing homes
R Shuttleworth, C Russell, P Weerakoon, T Dune
Sexuality and Disability 28 (3), 187-194, 2010
632010
“It’s just supposed to happen”: the myth of sexual spontaneity and the sexually marginalized
TM Dune, RP Shuttleworth
Sexuality and Disability 27 (2), 97-108, 2009
422009
E-health: potential benefits and challenges in providing and accessing sexual health services
V Minichiello, S Rahman, T Dune, J Scott, G Dowsett
BMC Public Health 13 (1), 790, 2013
312013
Community-based rehabilitation (CBR) monitoring and evaluation methods and tools: a literature review
T Lukersmith, S., Hartley, S., Kuipers, P., Madden
Disability and Rehabilitation, Early Online, 1-13, 2013
29*2013
Sexuality and physical disability: Exploring the barriers and solutions in healthcare
TM Dune
Sexuality and Disability 30 (2), 247-255, 2012
282012
Apostolic faith church organization contexts for health and wellbeing in women and children
E Mpofu, TM Dune, DD Hallfors, J Mapfumo, MM Mutepfa, J January
Ethnicity & health 16 (6), 551-566, 2011
262011
The relevance of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) in monitoring and evaluating Community-based Rehabilitation (CBR)
RH Madden, T Dune, S Lukersmith, S Hartley, P Kuipers, A Gargett, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 36 (10), 826-837, 2014
232014
Female-to-male (ftm) transgender people’s experiences in Australia: A national study
T Jones, AP de Bolger, T Dune, A Lykins, G Hawkes
Springer, 2015
172015
Culturally and linguistically diverse women’s views and experiences of accessing sexual and reproductive health care in Australia: a systematic review
ZB Mengesha, T Dune, J Perz
Sexual health 13 (4), 299-310, 2016
142016
Introduction: Narratives of the sexual child: Shared themes and shared challenges
G Hawkes, T Dune
Sexualities 16 (5-6), 622-634, 2013
132013
Refugee and migrant women's engagement with sexual and reproductive health care in Australia: A socio-ecological analysis of health care professional perspectives
ZB Mengesha, J Perz, T Dune, J Ussher
PloS one 12 (7), e0181421, 2017
102017
African Migrant Women’s understanding and construction of sexuality in Australia
T Dune
Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal 2 (2), 2015
92015
Understanding experiences of sexuality with cerebral palsy through sexual script theory
TM Dune
Int'l J. Soc. Sci. Stud. 1, 1, 2013
82013
Culture Clash? Investigating constructions of sexual and reproductive health from the perspective of 1.5 generation migrants in Australia using Q methodology
T Dune, J Perz, Z Mengesha, D Ayika
Reproductive health 14 (1), 50, 2017
72017
Developing cultural competence through self-reflection in interprofessional education: findings from an Australian university
R Olson, J Bidewell, T Dune, N Lessey
Journal of interprofessional care 30 (3), 347-354, 2016
72016
Male sex work from Latin American perspectives
V Minichiello, T Dune, C Disogra, R Marino
Male sex work and society, 363, 2014
72014
Sexual expression, fulfilment and haemophilia: reflections from the 16th Australian and New Zealand Haemophilia Conference
T Dune
Haemophilia 18 (3), e138-e139, 2012
72012
Challenges in the provision of sexual and reproductive health care to refugee and migrant women: AQ methodological study of health professional perspectives
ZB Mengesha, J Perz, T Dune, J Ussher
Journal of immigrant and minority health 20 (2), 307-316, 2018
52018
A mixed methods mapping of church versus secular school messages to influence sexual decision making as perceived by Zimbabwean orphan girl students
E Mpofu, DD Hallfors, MM Mutepfa, TM Dune
Journal of mixed methods research 8 (4), 363-376, 2014
52014
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