MECSH Research Publications

  1. Kemp L. Adaptation and fidelity: A recipe analogy for achieving both in population scale implementation. Prevention Science 2016;17(4):429-38. DOI: 10.1007/s11121-016-0642-7.
  2. Zapart S, Knight J, Kemp L. ‘It was easier because I had help’: Mothers’ reflections on the long-term impact of sustained nurse home visiting. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2016;20(1):196-204. DOI: 10.1007/s10995-015-1819-6.
  3. Kemp L, Harris E, McMahon C, Matthey S, Vimpani G, Anderson T, Schmied V, Aslam H. Benefits of psychosocial intervention and continuity of care by child and family health nurses in the pre- and postnatal period: Process evaluation. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2013;69(8):1850-61.
  4. Kemp L, Harris E. The challenges of establishing and researching a sustained nurse home visiting programme within the universal child and family health service system Journal of Research in Nursing 2012;17(2):127-38.
  5. Kemp L, Harris E, McMahon C, Matthey S, Vimpani G, Anderson T, Schmied V, Aslam H, Zapart S. Child and family outcomes of a long-term nurse home visitation program: a randomised controlled trial. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2011;96(6):533-40.
  6. Kervin B, Kemp L, Jackson Pulver L. Types and timing of breastfeeding support and its impact on mothers’ behaviour. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2010;46(3):85-91.
  7. Kardamanidis K, Kemp L, Schmied V. Uncovering psychosocial needs: perspectives of Australian child and family health nurses in a sustained home visiting trial. Contemporary Nurse 2009;33(1):50-8.
  8. Aslam H, Kemp L, Harris E, Gilbert E. Socio-cultural perceptions of SIDS among migrant Indian mothers. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2009;45(11):670-5.
  9. Kemp L, Harris E, McMahon C, Matthey S, Vimpani G, Anderson T, Schmied V. Miller Early Childhood Sustained Home-visiting (MECSH) trial: design, method and sample description. BMC Public Health 2008;8:424.
  10. Kemp L, Eisbacher L, McIntyre L, O’Sullivan K, Taylor J, Clark T, Harris E. Working in partnership in the antenatal period: what do child and family health nurses do? Contemporary Nurse 2006;23(2):312-20.
  11. Kemp L, Anderson T, Travaglia J, Harris E. Sustained nurse home visiting in early childhood: exploring Australian nursing competencies. Public Health Nursing 2005;22(3):254-9.