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Author: Murray, TC (Ms Therese Murray)

Number of items: 15

Journal Article
Boland, J and Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Lawrence, S and Murray, T and Henning, T and Vandenberg, M, A COVID-19-era rapid review: using Zoom and Skype for qualitative group research, Public Health Research & Practice pp. 1-9. ISSN 2204-2091 (2021) [Refereed Article] 
Chapter in Book
Stratford, E and Murray, T, Bodies: The body of the drowned: convicts and shipwrecks, Territory Beyond Terra, Rowman & Littlefield International, K Peters, P Steinberg, and E Stratford (ed), London, United Kingdom, pp. 169-184. ISBN 9781786600110 (2018) [Research Book Chapter] 
Stratford, E and Sammler, KG and Murray, T and Dean, A and Green, D and Nunn, PD and Karides, M and Bade, D and Fielding, R and Pugh, J and Royle, S, Conversations on human geography and island studies, Island Geographies: Essays and Conversations, Routledge, E Stratford (ed), United Kingdom, pp. 1-9. ISBN 9781138921726 (2017) [Other Book Chapter] 
Murray, T, Islands and lighthouses: a phenomenological geography of Cape Bruny, Tasmania, Island Geographies: Essays and conversations, Routledge, E Stratford (ed), pp. 32-43. ISBN 9781317414438 (2017) [Research Book Chapter] 
Conference Publication
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, The 'Aha' experience: Using systems thinking to map and tweak anticipatory care, Preventive Health Conference 2020, 13-15 May 2020, Virtual Conference, Online (Perth, Australia) (2020) [Conference Extract]
Other Public Output
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Murray, T and Vandenberg, M, As Tasmanians head to the polls, here are some critical health concerns, Croaky Health Media, Australia, 27 March 2021 (2021) [Magazine Article]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Building on Local Strengths: Launceston's Northern Suburbs. Anticipatory Care Action Learning Project Final Site Report, Anticipatory Care Project, Northern Suburbs Community Centre and Starting Point Neighbourhood House, and the Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Engaging communities for future health: The Anticipatory Care Action Learning Project Full Report, Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Partnering for Health: Ulverston. Anticipatory Care Action Learning Project Final Site Report, Anticipatory Care Project, Patrick Street Clinic and the Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Policy Brief: Funding Models for Preventive Health, Anticipatory Care Action Learning Project, Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania, p. 1. (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Policy Brief: Organisational leadership, Anticipatory Care Project, Tasmanian Government Department of Health (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Policy Brief: Sustaining System Change and the Shock of COVID-19, Anticipatory Care Project, Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, SM and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Policy Brief: Systems Thinking for Health, Anticipatory Care Project, Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Reflecting and Connecting for Our Health, Our Future: Flinders Island. Anticipatory Care Action Learning Project Final Site Report, Anticipatory Care Project, Flinders Island Aboriginal Association Inc.,Flinders Health Organisations Coordination Meeting (FHOCM), Flinders Island community, and the Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania (2020) [Government or Industry Research]
Banks, S and Krabbe, R and Vandenberg, M and Murray, T, Strengthening Connections: Clarence. Anticipatory Care Action Learning Project Final Site Report, Clarence's Help to Health, Clarence City Council and the Tasmanian Government Department of Health, Tasmania (2020) [Government or Industry Research]

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