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An ecological analysis of factors associated with food insecurity in South Australia, 2002-7
(Cambridge University Press, 2010)
In order to estimate the extent of food insecurity in South Australia and its relationship with a variety of socio-economic variables, Design Data collected routinely from 2002 to 2007 by SA Health were analysed. An ...
Additive and subtractive resilience strategies as enablers of biographical reinvention: a qualitative study of ex-smokers and never-smokers
The notion of developing resilience is becoming increasingly important as a way of responding to the social determinants of poor health, particularly in disadvantaged groups. It is hypothesized that resilient individuals ...
Food Stress in Adelaide: The Relationship between Low Income and the Affordability of Healthy Food
Healthy food is becoming increasingly expensive, and families on low incomes face a difficult financial struggle to afford healthy food. When food costs are considered, families on low incomes often face circumstances of ...
'I just saw it as something that would pull you down, rather than lift you up': resilience in never-smokers with mental illness
(Oxford University Press, 2011)
Why people smoke despite the health risks is an important public health question. Equally important is why and how some people resist smoking in spite of circumstances that clearly place them at high risk of becoming ...
Is resilience relevant to smoking abstinence for Indigenous Australians?
(Oxford University Press, 2015-03)
The prevalence rate of tobacco smoking remains high for Australian Indigenous people despite declining rates in other Australian populations. Given many Indigenous Australians continue to experience a range of social and ...