Prof Liz Eckermann

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Personal Chair And Professor Of Sociology

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Contact

liz.eckermann@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 522 71026

Publications

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2015

Living alone and living together: their significance for well-being

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2015), pp. 435-444, Global handbook of quality of life : exploration of well-being of nations and continents, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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2014

Gender, lifespan, culture context and QOL

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2014), pp. 1-6, Gender, lifespan and quality of life. An international perspective, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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Quality of life for pregnant and recent parity women in Lao PDR

Prof Liz Eckermann, Dr Anna Scopaz, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2014), pp. 115-133, Gender, lifespan and quality of life. An international perspective, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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Conclusions and policy implications

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2014), pp. 263-271, Gender, lifespan and quality of life. An international perspective, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1-1

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Home delivery in Southern Lao PDR: challenges to achieving MDG 4 & 5 targets

Anousavanh Sanaphay, Somjit Daenseekaew, John F Smith, Prof Liz Eckermann, Dr Anna Scopaz

(2014), Vol. 84, pp. 24-31, Philippine Journal of Nursing, Manila, Philippines, C1

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2012

The quality of life of adults

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2012), pp. 373-380, Handbook of social indicators and quality of life research, New York, B1

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Diamond Dialogue method for the evaluation of personal well-being after a maternal health intervention in Lao PDR

Dr Anna Scopaz, Prof Liz Eckermann, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2012), Vol. 1, pp. 49-62, International journal of happiness and development, Geneva, Switzerland, C1

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2011

Maternal health in Lao PDR : repositioning the goal posts

Dr Anna Scopaz, Prof Liz Eckermann, Prof Matthew Clarke

(2011), Vol. 16, pp. 597-611, Journal of the Asia Pacific economy, Abingdon, England, C1

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Using clinical trial data and linked administrative health data to reduce the risk of adverse events associated with the uptake of newly released drugs by older Australians : a model process

Ms Margaret Therese Whitstock, Christopher M. Pearce, Stephen Ridout, Prof Liz Eckermann

(2011), Vol. 11, pp. 1-11, BMC public health, London, England, C1

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Randomised controlled trials and 'unexpected' adverse events associated with newly released drugs : improvements in pharmacovigilance systems are necessary for real-time identification of patient safety risks

Ms Margaret Therese Whitstock, Christopher M. Pearce, Prof Liz Eckermann

(2011), pp. 1-8, Journal of clinical toxicology, Sunnyvale, Calif., C1

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Using clinical trial data and linked administrative health data to reduce the risk of adverse events associated with the uptake of newly released drugs by older Australians: a model process

Ms Margaret Therese Whitstock, Christopher M. Pearce, Stephen Ridout, Prof Liz Eckermann

(2011), Vol. 11, pp. 1-11, BMC public health, London, Eng., C1

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2010

Embodiment and risk : another string to Eberhard Wenzel's bow

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2010), Vol. 21, pp. 166-169, Health promotion journal of Australia, West Perth, W.A., C1-1

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2009

Theorising self-starvation : beyond risk, governmentality and the normalising gaze

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2009), pp. 9-21, Critical feminist approaches to eating dis/orders, Sussex, England, B1

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2008

Pharmaceutical ecomonics and politics vs. patient safety : Lumiracoxib in Australia

Ms Margaret Therese Whitstock, Prof Liz Eckermann, Timothy K. Majoribanks, Christopher M. Pearce

(2008), Vol. 20, pp. 161-167, The international journal of risk and safety in medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Maternity waiting homes in Southern Lao PDR : the unique 'silk home'

Prof Liz Eckermann, Deodato Giovanni

(2008), Vol. 34, pp. 767-775, Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology research, Australia, C1

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2006

Gender and health promotion: A multisectoral policy approach

Piroska Ostlin, Prof Liz Eckermann, Udaya Shankar Mishra, Mwansa Nkowane, Eva Wallstam

(2006), Vol. 21, pp. 25-35, Health promotion international, Abingdon, England, C1

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Finding a 'safe' place on the risk continuum: a case study of pregnancy and birthing in Lao PDR (Lao People's Democratic Republic)

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2006), Vol. 15, pp. 374-386, Health sociology review, Maleny, Qld, C1

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Introduction

Prof Liz Eckermann

(2006), pp. 7-12, Gender-based violence in the Western Pacific region : a hidden epidemic?., Manila, Philippines, B1

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