Papers (accepted and published)
Corr, L., Dixon, J., Burgess, J. (2017) “Early child care workers and educators: well-being in a continuous caring regime”, NZ Journal of Employment Relations, vol 42, no 3, pp.46-62.
Dietze P, Draper B, Olsen A, Chronister K.J, van Beek I, Lintzeris N, Dwyer R, Nelson M, Lenton S. (2018) Does training people to administer take-home naloxone increase their knowledge? Evidence from Australian programs. Drug and Alcohol Review. (accepted)
Conference papers and posters
Dixon, J. (2017) “Consumers as citizens: introductory remarks”, Supermarket Power in Australia: looking back and ahead, State Library of Victoria. October 27, 2017.
Dixon, J. and Schneider, S. (2017) “The making of nested markets for superfoods”, 24th International Conference of the Agri-Food Research Network, Bandung, Indonesia, December 4, 2017.
Leach L, Butterworth P. Depression and anxiety in early adulthood: Consequences for intimate partner relationships (support and conflict). Society for Mental Health Research. 6-8th December 2017, Canberra, Australia.
Leach L, Kiely K, Farrer L, Cooklin A, Butterworth P, Poyser C, Strazdins L. Identifying the psychosocial conditions of ‘work at home’ caring for an infant – what are the potential links with postnatal depression and anxiety. Society for Mental Health Research. 6-8th December 2017, Canberra, Australia.
Leach, L. & Strazdins, L. Advancing parental leave for fathers in Australia: Supporting access to family friendly working arrangements to enable gender equity – a National Forum. Funded for 2018. Gender Institute Grant, The ANU. $3,100.
Impact and engagement
Jane Dixon was a co-convenor of the symposium: Supermarket Power in Australia: looking back and ahead, State Library of Victoria, October 27, 2017.
Ruth Kharis was the PHAA representative for the ACT Food Regulation Reference Group 6 December 2017 meeting.