Gudaga Research Publications

Journal articles

  1. Knight JA, Comino EJ, Harris E, Jackson Pulver L. Indigenous research: a commitment to walking the talk: The Gudaga Study: an Australian case study. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 2009;6(4):467-76.
  2. Sainsbury H. Personal reflections of a project officer: working with Gudaga. Aboriginal & Islander Health Worker Journal 2009;33(2):4-5.
  3. Bennett B, McDonald J, Knight J, Comino E, Henry R. Assessing development of urban Aboriginal infants. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2010;46(7-8):384-91.
  4. Comino E, Craig P, Harris E, McDermott D, Harris M, Henry R, Jackson Pulver L, Kemp L, Knight J. The Gudaga Study: establishing an Aboriginal birth cohort in an urban community. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2010;34(S1):S9-S17.
  5. Comino E, Jackson Pulver L, Knight J. Response to: The health of urban Aboriginal people: insufficient data to close the gap [letter]. Medical Journal of Australia 2011;194(5):270.
  6. Craig P, Knight J, Comino E, Webster V, Jackson Pulver L, Harris E. Initiation and duration of breastfeeding in an Australian Aboriginal community in south western Sydney. Journal of Human Lactation 2011;27(3):250-61.
  7. Robinson P, Comino E, Forbes A, Webster V, Knight J. Timeliness of antenatal care for mothers of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal infants in an urban setting. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2012;18(1):56-61.
  8. Widdup J, Comino E, Webster V, Knight J. Universal for whom? Evaluating an urban Aboriginal population’s access to a mainstream universal health home visiting program. Australian Health Review. 2012;36(1):27-33.
  9. Comino E, Knight J, Webster V, Jackson Pulver L, Jalaludin B, Harris E, Harris M, Craig P, McDermott D, Henry R, Gudaga Research Team. Risk and protective factors for pregnancy outcomes for urban Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal mothers and infants: The Gudaga cohort. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2012;16(3):569-578.
  10. McDonald J, Comino E, Knight J, Webster V. Developmental progress in urban Aboriginal infants: a cohort study. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2012;48(2):114-21..
  11. Webster V, Denney-Wilson E, Knight J, Comino E. Describing the growth and rapid weight gain of urban Australian Aboriginal infants. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2013;49(4):303-308.
  12. Knight J, Webster V, Kemp L, Comino E. Sudden infant death syndrome in an urban Aboriginal community. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2013;49(2):987–1088.
  13. Harris M, Webster V, Jalaludin B, Jackson Pulver L, Comino E. Immunisation coverage among a birth cohort of Aboriginal infants in an urban community. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2014;50(4):306-313.
  14. McDonald J, Webster V, Knight J, Comino E. The Gudaga Study: Development in 3 year urban Aboriginal children. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2014;50(2):100-106.
  15. Miller E, Webster V, Comino E, Knight J. The use of a standardised language assessment tool to measure the language development of urban Aboriginal preschoolers. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 2014;16(2):109-120.
  16. Kaplun C, Knight J, Grace R, Dockett S, Perry B, Comino E, Jackson-Pulver L, Kemp L. Gudaga goes to school study: methods used in understanding school transitions and early education experiences of an urban Aboriginal cohort. Educational Studies 2016:1-18. DOI: 10.1080/03055698.2016.1148583.

Books and Reports

  1. Knight J, Comino E, Harris E, Jackson Pulver L, Anderson C, Craig P. The Gudaga project: researching with our local Aboriginal community. In: Williamson A, DeSouza R, eds. Researching with Communities: Grounded Perspectives on Engaging Communities in Research. Auckland: Muddycreek Press, 2007:181-96.
  2. Knight J, Comino E, Harris E, Jackson Pulver L, Anderson C, Craig P, Gudaga Research Team. What the Chicken Money Bought: Researching with our Local Aboriginal Community. Sydney: Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation, UNSW Research Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, 2008.
  3. Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation. The Gudaga Study: The story so far. Sydney:  Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation, part of the UNSW Research Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, 2011.