The CPHG produces a wide range of publications including peer reviewed journal articles, reports, peer reviewed book chapters; and a bi-annual newsletter. Recent (1 year) journal articles and book chapters are listed below.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Armstrong R., Pettman T, Burford B, Doyle J, Waters E. Tracking and understanding the utility of Cochrane reviews for public health decision-making.Journal of Public Health, 2012.34(2): p. 309-313. Abstract
Pettman TL, Armstrong R, Doyle J, Burford B, Anderson LM, Hillgrove T, Honey N, Waters E. Strengthening evaluation to capture the breadth of public health practice: ideal vs. real. Journal of Public Health, 2012.34(1): p. 151-155. Abstract
Pettman TL, Hall BJ, Waters E, de Silva-Sanigorski A, Armstrong R, Doyle J. Communicating with decision-makers through evidence reviews. Journal of Public Health, 2011 Dec; 33(4): p. 630-633. Abstract
Anderson LM, Petticrew M, Rehfuess E, Armstrong R, Ueffing E, Baker P, Francis D, Tugwell P. Using logic models to capture complexity in systematic reviews. Research Synthesis Methods, 2011, 2(1): 33-42. Abstract
Waters E, Hall B, Armstrong R, Doyle J, Pettman T, de Silva-Sanigorski. Cochrane update: Essential components of public health evidence reviews: capturing intervention complexity, implementation, economics and equity. Journal of Public Health, 2011, 33(3): 462-465. Abstract
Francis DP, Baker PRA, Doyle J, Hall BJ, Waters E. Cochrane Update: Reviewing interventions delivered to whole communities: learnings and recommendations for application to policy, practice and evidence development. Journal of Public Health, 2011, 33(2): 322-325. Abstract
Armstrong R, Hall B, Doyle J, Waters E. Cochrane Update: 'Scoping the scope' of a Cochrane review. Journal of Public Health, 2011, 33(1): 147-150. Abstract
Armstrong R, Waters E, Dobbins M, Lavis J, Petticrew M, Christensen R. Knowledge translation strategies for facilitating evidence informed public health decision making among managers and policy-makers (Protocol). The Cochrane Library. 2011; 6.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
Waters E., Armstrong R, Doyle J, Pettman TL, Hall B, Priest N, de Silva-Sanigorski A. 2011. Chapter 7: Evidence in Public Health. Understanding health promotion. H. Keleher and C. MacDougall (Eds). South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Oxford University Press. Oxford, Melbourne.
Armstrong R, Prosser L, Dobbins M, Waters E. Knowledge Translation and exchange for obesity prevention. In Waters E, Swinburn B, Seidell J and Uauy R (eds.) Preventing Childhood Obesity: Evidence Policy and Practice. BMJ Books, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, United Kingdom
Priest N, Swinburn B, Waters E. A human rights approach to childhood obesity prevention. In Waters E, Swinburn B, Seidell J and Uauy R (eds.) Preventing Childhood Obesity: Evidence Policy and Practice. BMJ Books, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, United Kingdom
Waters E, Armstrong R and Doyle J. Evidence to inform multisectoral approaches to health promotion. In Keleher H, McDougall C and Murphy B (Eds) Keleher H, Murphy B & McDougall C (eds.) Intersectoral Health Promotion. Oxford University Press, Oxford, Melbourne.
Robinson V, Tugwell P, Petticrew M, Kristjansson E, Waters E. What works at enhancing health equity? Cochrane and Campbell. In: Global Forum Update on Research for Health Volume 2, Poverty, Equity and Health Research. Geneva: World Health Organization, September 2005, pp 64-69. http://www.globalforumhealth.org/filesupld/global_update2/2_achieving_equity.pdf