Professor Naomi Sunderland
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Missing discourses: concepts of joy and happiness in disability
N Sunderland, T Catalano, E Kendall
Disability & Society 24 (6), 703-714, 2009
Self-managing versus self-management: reinvigorating the socio-political dimensions of self-management
E Kendall, C Ehrlich, N Sunderland, H Muenchberger, C Rushton
Chronic Illness 7 (1), 87-98, 2011
Beyond the rhetoric of participatory research in indigenous communities: Advances in Australia over the last decade
E Kendall, N Sunderland, L Barnett, G Nalder, C Matthews
Qualitative Health Research 21 (12), 1719-1728, 2011
What does it feel like to live here? Exploring sensory ethnography as a collaborative methodology for investigating social determinants of health in place
N Sunderland, H Bristed, O Gudes, J Boddy, M Da Silva
Health & Place 18 (5), 1056-1067, 2012
Implementing and sustaining higher education service-learning initiatives: Revisiting Young et al.’s organizational tactics
D Bennett, N Sunderland, BL Bartleet, A Power
Journal of Experiential Education 39 (2), 145-163, 2016
Reconciliation and transformation through mutual learning: Outlining a framework for arts-based service learning with Indigenous communities in Australia
BL Bartleet, D Bennett, K Marsh, A Power, N Sunderland
International Journal of Education & the Arts 15 (8), 2014
Digital life-story narratives as data for policy makers and practitioners: Thinking through methodologies for large-scale multimedia qualitative datasets
N Matthews, N Sunderland
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 57 (1), 97-114, 2013
Where words fail, music speaks: The impact of participatory music on the mental health and wellbeing of asylum seekers
C Lenette, D Weston, P Wise, N Sunderland, H Bristed
Arts & Health 8 (2), 125-139, 2016
When guidelines need guidance: considerations and strategies for improving the adoption of chronic disease evidence by general practitioners
E Kendall, N Sunderland, H Muenchberger, K Armstrong
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 15 (6), 1082-1090, 2009
Digital storytelling in health and social policy: Listening to marginalised voices
N Matthews, N Sunderland
Routledge, 2017
Collaborative capacity building in complex community-based health partnerships: a model for translating knowledge into action
E Kendall, H Muenchberger, N Sunderland, M Harris, D Cowan
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 18 (5), E1-E13, 2012
Cultural policy and national identity
J Craik, G Davis, N Sunderland
The future of governance, 158-181, 2000
1000 Voices: Reflective online multimodal narrative inquiry as a research methodology for disability research
N Sunderland, L Chenoweth, N Matthews, K Ellem
Qualitative Social Work 14 (1), 48-64, 2015
Enhancing intercultural engagement through service learning and music making with Indigenous communities in Australia
BL Bartleet, N Sunderland, G Carfoot
Research Studies in Music Education 38 (2), 173-191, 2016
“Will there be music for us?” Mapping the health and well-being potential of participatory music practice with asylum seekers and refugees across contexts of conflict and refuge
C Lenette, N Sunderland
Arts & Health 8 (1), 32-49, 2016
Yarning circles in the literacy classroom
KA Mills, N Sunderland, J Davis‐Warra
The Reading Teacher 67 (4), 285-289, 2013
Exploring the concept of moral distress with community-based researchers: An Australian study
N Sunderland, T Catalano, E Kendall, D McAuliffe, L Chenoweth
Journal of Social Service Research 37 (1), 73-85, 2011
They [do more than] interrupt us from sadness: Exploring the impact of participatory music making on social determinants of health and wellbeing for refugees in Australia
N Sunderland, L Istvandity, A Lakhani, C Lenette, B Procopis, P Caballero
Health, Culture and Society 8 (1), 1-19, 2015
Professional Practice and Innovation: Chronic Disease, Geographic Location and Socioeconomic Disadvantage as Obstacles to Equitable Access to E-Health
JH Han, N Sunderland, E Kendall, O Gudes, G Henniker
Health Information Management Journal 39 (2), 30-36, 2010
Exploring health promotion practitioners’ experiences of moral distress in Canada and Australia
N Sunderland, P Harris, K Johnstone, L Del Fabbro, E Kendall
Global Health Promotion 22 (1), 32-45, 2015
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