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Prof Trish Livingston

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Dean (Research)

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

Office of Faculty of Health

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne, 1990
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, 1997

Contact

Biography

Professor Livingston has been the Associate Dean – Research in the Faculty of Health, Deakin University since 2012. This role involves providing leadership and strategic direction of the Faculty’s research agenda by providing research advice to the Executive Dean-Health, Heads of Schools, Institute and Strategic Research Centre Directors, as well as senior and junior researchers. 


Professor Livingston is also an active researcher and member of the Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Strategic Research Centre in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. Her key research focus is in the development and implementation of clinical and community based interventions, programs, policy initiatives and guidelines to improve health delivery and outcomes for people with cancer and their carers. Her studies have demonstrated gaps in service delivery and she and her teams have developed recommendations, changes in clinical and community practice, and policy initiatives to improve consumer access to health services.


Despite working at a fractional appointment from 1997 to 2012, Professor Livingston has generated over $5,500,000 in successful grant applications including NHMRC (as Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator), ARC (Principal Investigator), Department of Health and Vichealth grants; published over 110 publications in refereed international and national journals and contributed to over 130 presentations at international, national and local conferences. During this time, she has contributed significantly to more than 60 projects. She has supervised 20 Higher Degree scholars and Honours students to completion, 3 of which received a 90% or higher thesis result; 2 have received the School Prize for Excellence, one student has received the Executive Dean-Health award for best thesis and another HDR student received the Vice-Chancellor’s Alfred Deakin Award for Best Doctoral Thesis.


Professor Livingston is currently the Principal Investigator on a NHMRC Partnership grant (2015-7, $765,000) investigating smartphone technology to support people diagnosed with cancer; Principal Investigator on a multi-state, multi-centre NHMRC-funded randomised controlled trial (2013-6; $542,000) investigating carer burden among carers of cancer patients. She has led a multi-centre randomised controlled trial with funding from ARC and Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (2011-2014; $492,000) investigating the impact of a 12 week exercise program among men with prostate cancer; was an investigator on a NHMRC grant with Monash University involving a multi-state, multi-site falls program in acute health care settings (2010-2014; $1,179,850); led the evaluation of a Department of Health demonstration project at Barwon Health and Western region of Victoria (2012-2014; $300,000) involving a new model of care for survivors of cancer, and co-investigator on 3 other externally funded projects.


Her research has involved collaborations with medical and nursing clinicians, consumers and Government representatives, using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, within both clinical and community settings. Each of the PI roles has required academic leadership, innovation and motivation skills to develop and manage the projects and associated budgets, as well as advanced interpersonal and problem solving skills, extensive collaboration to ensure their successful completion within the specified time frames. These programs of research have enabled her to successfully train Honours and HDR students, mentor academic staff, research assistants and casual staff.  These roles demonstrate her research credibility and leadership to enhance translation of research findings into improved community and clinical practice.

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Research interests

Professor Livingston has been the Associate Dean – Research in the Faculty of Health, Deakin University since 2012. This role involves providing leadership and strategic direction of the Faculty’s research agenda by providing research advice to the Executive Dean-Health, Heads of Schools, Institute and Strategic Research Centre Directors, as well as senior and junior researchers.


Professor Livingston is also an active researcher and member of the Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Strategic Research Centre in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. Her key research focus is in the development and implementation of clinical and community based interventions, programs, policy initiatives and guidelines to improve health delivery and outcomes for people with cancer and their carers. Her studies have demonstrated gaps in service delivery and she and her teams have developed recommendations, changes in clinical and community practice, and policy initiatives to improve consumer access to health services.


Despite working at a fractional appointment from 1997 to 2012, Professor Livingston has generated over $5,500,000 in successful grant applications including NHMRC (as Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator), ARC (Principal Investigator), Department of Health and Vichealth grants; published over 110 publications in refereed international and national journals and contributed to over 130 presentations at international, national and local conferences. During this time, she has contributed significantly to more than 60 projects. She has supervised 20 Higher Degree scholars and Honours students to completion, 4 of which received a 90% or higher thesis result; 2 have received the School Prize for Excellence, one student has received the Executive Dean-Health award for best thesis and another HDR student received the Vice-Chancellor’s Alfred Deakin Award for Best Doctoral Thesis.


Professor Livingston is currently the Principal Investigator on a NHMRC Partnership grant (2015-7, $765,000) investigating smartphone technology to support people diagnosed with cancer; Principal Investigator on a multi-state, multi-centre NHMRC-funded randomised controlled trial (2013-6; $542,000) investigating carer burden among carers of cancer patients. She has led a multi-centre randomised controlled trial with funding from ARC and Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (2011-2014; $492,000) investigating the impact of a 12 week exercise program among men with prostate cancer; was an investigator on a NHMRC grant with Monash University involving a multi-state, multi-site falls program in acute health care settings (2010-2014; $1,179,850); led the evaluation of a Department of Health demonstration project at Barwon Health and Western region of Victoria (2012-2014; $300,000) involving a new model of care for survivors of cancer, and co-investigator on 3 other externally funded projects.


Her research has involved collaborations with medical and nursing clinicians, consumers and Government representatives, using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, within both clinical and community settings. Each of the PI roles has required academic leadership, innovation and motivation skills to develop and manage the projects and associated budgets, as well as advanced interpersonal and problem solving skills, extensive collaboration to ensure their successful completion within the specified time frames. These programs of research have enabled her to successfully train Honours and HDR students, mentor academic staff, research assistants and casual staff.

Teaching interests

Professor Livingston has supervised 20 Higher Degree and Honours scholars to completion, 3 of which received a 90% or higher thesis result; 2 received the School Prize for Excellence, one student received the PVC-Health award for best thesis and another HDR student received the Vice-Chancellor’s Alfred Deakin Award for Best Doctoral Thesis.

 

University and Faculty Committees


Professor Livingston is involved in a wide range of Faculty and University committees:
Member, University Research Advisory Committee
Member, University Research & Research Training Committee
Chair, Faculty Research & Research Training
Chair, Faculty Grants Committee
Chair, Faculty Central Research Grants Scheme Panel
Chair, Faculty HDR Scholarships Panel
Member, Faculty Board
Member, Faculty Executive Group
Member, Faculty Research Leadership Group
Member, Academic Promotions Committee
Member, Deakin University Human Research Ethics Committee (2010-12)
Member, Eastern Health Human Research Ethics Committee (2007-10)

Conferences

Conference participation - abridged


1. Livingston PM, Ashley D, Chambers S, White V, Chirgwin J, Krishnasamy M, Mihalopoulos C; Botti M; Parente P, Woollett A; Boltong A; Ugalde A; OMeagher C, Lau D; Simons K, Byrnes J, Reynolds J Sutton J. M-Health: Efficacy and Cost-effectiveness of a smartphone App to reduce unmet needs and distress in people with cancer (ACE): a randomized controlled trial. Asia-Pacific J Clin Oncol; Nov 2014.
2. Yuen E, Knight T, Dodson S, Ricciardelli L, Burney S, Livingston PM. Development of a new questionnaire to assess cancer caregiver health literacy: Item generation and content validity testing Asia-Pacific J Clin Oncol; Nov 2014. 
3. Maryann Street, Goetz Ottmann, Megan-Jane Johnstone, Julie Considine, Patricia Livingston. Advance Care Planning and Emergency Care. ICEN Oct Perth; 2014.
4. Livingston PM, Craike M, Salmon J, Courneya K, Gaskin C, Fraser S, Mohabi M, Botti M, Broadbent S, Kent B. Effects of a clinician referral and exercise program for men who have completed active treatment for prostate cancer: a multicentre cluster randomized controlled trial [ENGAGE].UICC; Dec 2014.
5. Fraser S, Owen P, Craike M, Salmon J, Courneya K, Gaskin C, Broadbent S, Livingston PM. Fitness levels of participants in the ENGAGE clinician referral and exercise program for men who have completed active treatment for prostate cancer: a multicentre cluster randomized controlled trial. 14th Australasian Prostate Cancer Conference; Melbourne; August 2014.
6. Livingston PM, Craike M, Salmon J, Courneya K, Gaskin C, Fraser S, Mohabi M, Botti M, Broadbent S, Kent B. Effects of a clinician referral and exercise program for men who have completed active treatment for prostate cancer: a multicentre cluster randomized controlled trial [ENGAGE]. 14th Australasian Prostate Cancer Conference; Melbourne; August 2014.
7. Livingston PM, Craike M, Salmon J, Courneya K, Gaskin C, Fraser S, Mohabi M, Botti M, Broadbent S, Kent B Effects of a clinician referral and exercise program for men who have completed active treatment for prostate cancer: a multicentre cluster randomized controlled trial [ENGAGE]. ANZUP Cancer Trials Group; Melbourne; July 2014. Winner, Best of the Best poster presentation.
8. Owen P, Fraser S, Craike M, Salmon J, Courneya K, Gaskin C, Broadbent S, Livingston PM. The efficacy of a clinician referred exercise training program on markers of cardiometabolic risk for prostate cancer survivors. 14th Australasian Prostate Cancer Conference; Melbourne; August 2014.
9. Livingston PM, Osborne R, Botti M, Heckel L, Gunn K, Chirgwin J. A Multi-Centre  Randomised Controlled Trial to Test the Efficacy and Cost Effectiveness of an Intervention to Reduce Carer Burden Among Caregivers of Cancer Patients. Asia-Pacific J Clin Oncol 2013; 96: Abs 338.
10. Hose K, Craike M, Courneya K, Harrison S, Livingston PM. What factors influence whether a person with Multiple Myeloma will participate in a Physical Activity Program? Haematology Society of Australia & New Zealand conference; Queensland; Oct; 2013.
11. Rasmussen B, Maindal HT, Livingston PM, Dunning T; Lorentzen  V. Life Transitions Management: An Australian-Danish qualitative study among young people with type 2 diabetes in the age between 20-40 years World Diabetes Congress; Croatia; December 2013.
12. Owen P, Daly R, Livingston PM, Fraser S. Musculoskeletal health in prostate cancer patients treated with androgen deprivation therapy: A review of current practice guidelines. Prostate Cancer World Conference; Melbourne; August 2013.
13. Gardner J, Livingston PM, Fraser S. The effects of exercise on treatment side effects for prostate cancer patients receiving androgen deprivation therapy: a systematic review. Prostate Cancer World Conference; Melbourne; August 2013.

 

Professional activities

Prof Livingston is an assessor for NHMRC, ARC, UK Project Grant Review Board, and Health Review Board of Ireland. 


Collaborations either nationally or internationally, include:
Professor Kerry Courneya, University of Alberta, Canada
Professor Elizabeth Maunsell, Laval University, Canada
Professor Annie Anderson, University of Dundee, United Kingdom
Assistant Professor Sylvie Lambert, McGill University, Canada
Professor Stewart Dunn, Sydney University
Professor Phyllis Butow, Sydney University
Professor Meinir Krishnasamy, University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Victoria White, Cancer Council Victoria
Professor Michael Jefford, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Awards

Post-Doctoral Fellowship awarded by the National Health & Medical Research Council (Public Health; 1997-2003; p/t)


Sutherland Foundation Scholarship (1996)


High Commendation for the inaugural Premier's Award for Medical Research awarded by the Premier of Victoria (1995)

Publications

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2016

First, do no harm: managing the metabolic impacts of androgen deprivation in men with advanced prostate cancer

Anna J Lomax, P Parente, C Gilfillan, Prof Trish Livingston, I. D. Davis, Ms Carmel Pezaro

(2016), Vol. 46, pp. 141-148, Internal medicine journal, London, Eng., C1

journal

6-PACK programme to decrease fall injuries in acute hospitals: cluster randomised controlled trial

Anna Lucia Barker, Renata Morello, A/Prof Rory Wolfe, A/Prof Caroline Brand, Terry Haines, Dr Keith Hill, A/Prof Sandra Brauer, Prof Mari Botti, Robert Cumming, Prof Trish Livingston, Catherine Sherrington, Silva Zavarsek, Richard Lindley, Jeannette Kamar

(2016), Vol. 352, pp. 1-9, BMJ, London, Eng., C1

journal

Development of a conceptual model of cancer caregiver health literacy.

Miss Eva Yuen, Dr Sarity Dodson, Mr Roy Batterham, A/Prof Tess Knight, J Chirgwin, Prof Trish Livingston

(2016), Vol. 25, pp. 1-13, European journal of cancer care, London, Eng., C1

journal
2015

In-reach nursing services improve older patient outcomes and access to emergency care

Dr Maryann Street, Prof Julie Considine, Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Goetz Ottmann, Prof Bridie Kent

(2015), Vol. 34, pp. 115-120, Australasian Journal on Ageing, , C1

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Cancer risk factors, diagnosis and sexual identity in the Australian longitudinal study of women's health

Dr Rhonda Brown, A/Prof Ruth McNair, Laura Szalacha, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Tonda Hughes

(2015), Vol. 25, pp. 509-516, Women's health issues, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Advance care planning for older people in Australia presenting to the emergency department from the community or residential aged care facilities

Dr Maryann Street, A/Prof Goetz Ottmann, Prof Megan-Jane Johnstone, Prof Julie Considine, Prof Trish Livingston

(2015), Vol. 23, pp. 513-522, Health and Social Care in the Community, Milton, Qld, C1

journal

Unmet needs and depression among carers of people newly diagnosed with cancer

Dr Leila Heckel, K M Fennelly, Jack Reynolds, Prof Richard Osborne, Jacquie Chirgwin, Prof Mari Botti, Prof David Ashley, Prof Trish Livingston

(2015), Vol. 51, pp. 2049-2057, European Journal of Cancer, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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The efficacy of a clinician referral and 12 week physical activity program among men living with prostate cancer: a multicentre cluster randomised controlled trial

Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Jo Salmon, Dr Kerry Courneya, Dr Cadeyrn Gaskin, Dr Steve Fraser, Dr Mohammadreza Mohebbi, Dr Suzanne Broadbent, Prof Mari Botti, Prof Bridie Kent

(2015), Vol. 121, pp. 2646-2654, Cancer, London, Eng., C1

journal

Effects of a clinician referral and exercise program for men who have completed active treatment for prostate cancer: A multicenter cluster randomized controlled trial (ENGAGE)

Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Jo Salmon, Dr Kerry Courneya, Dr Cadeyrn Gaskin, Dr Steve Fraser, Dr Mohammadreza Mohebbi, Dr Suzanne Broadbent, Prof Mari Botti, Prof Bridie Kent

(2015), Vol. 121, pp. 2646-2654, Cancer, New York, N.Y., C1

journal
2014

Maximising students' use of purpose-built shade in secondary schools: Quantitative and qualitative results of a built-environment intervention

Suzanne Dobbinson, Kris Jamsen, Kim McLeod, Vanessa White, Prof Trish Livingston, Julie A Simpson

(2014), Vol. 26, pp. 136-142, Health and place : an international journal, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Is chemotherapy dose intensity adequate in breast cancer management in the Australian healthcare setting: a retrospective analysis

Suse Bae, Yvonne Yeung, Say Ng, Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Trish Livingston, J Chirgwin

(2014), Vol. 10, pp. 54-62, Asia-Pacific journal of clinical oncology, Chichester, England, C1

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Knowledge, attitudes and practices of clinicians in promoting physical activity to prostate cancer survivors

Claire Spellman, Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Trish Livingston

(2014), Vol. 73, pp. 566-575, Health education journal, London, England, C1

journal

Quality care outcomes following transitional care interventions for older people from hospital to home: a systematic review

Ms Jacqui Allen, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Dr Rhonda Brown, Prof Trish Livingston

(2014), Vol. 14, pp. 1-18, BMC health services research, London, England, C1

journal

Indicators for evaluating cancer organizations' support services: performance and associations with empowerment

Sophie Lauzier, H Sharon Campbell, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Elizabeth Maunsell

(2014), Vol. 120, pp. 3219-3227, Cancer, Hoboken, N. J., C1

journal
2013

Physical activity participation and barriers for people with multiple myeloma

Dr Melinda Craike, Kaye Hose, Prof Trish Livingston

(2013), Vol. 21, pp. 927-934, Supportive care in cancer, Secaucus, N.J., C1

journal

The role of informal caregivers during cancer patients’ recovery from chemotherapy

Ms Cherene Ockerby, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Beverly O'Connell, Dr Cadeyrn Gaskin

(2013), Vol. 27, pp. 147-155, Scandinavian journal of caring sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, C1

journal

Perceived benefits and barriers to exercise for recently treated patients with multiple myeloma: a qualitative study

Dr Melinda Craike, Kaye Hose, Dr Kerry Courneya, A/Prof Simon Harrison, Prof Trish Livingston

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. 1-10, BMC cancer, London, Eng., C1

journal

Effects of exercise on treatment-related adverse effects for patients with prostate cancer receiving androgen-deprivation therapy: A systematic review

Mr Jason Gardner, Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Steve Fraser

(2013), Vol. In Press, pp. -, Journal of Clinical Oncology, Alexandria, Va., C1

journal
2012

End-of-life care for aged care residents presenting to emergency departments

Jo-Anne Wilkinson, Dr Maryann Street, Sonia Fullerton, Prof Trish Livingston

(2012), Vol. 2, pp. 1-4, Journal of palliative care and medicine, Los Angeles, Calif., C1

journal

Clinical and economic burden of emergency department presentations for neutropenia following outpatient chemotherapy for cancer in Victoria, Australia

Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike, Monica Slavin

(2012), Vol. 17, pp. 998-1004, Oncologist, Durham, N.C., C1

journal

Human resource management activities on the front line : a nursing perspective

Deanna M. O'Donnell, Prof Trish Livingston, Timothy Bartram

(2012), Vol. 41, pp. 198-205, Contemporary nurse, Maleny, Qld., C1

journal

Emergency department access targets and the older patient : a retrospective cohort study of emergency department presentations by people living in residential aged care facilities

Dr Maryann Street, Jonathan R Marriott, Prof Trish Livingston

(2012), Vol. 15, pp. 211-218, Australasian emergency nursing journal, London, England, C1

journal
2011

Implementation of the nurse practitioner role within a Victorian healthcare network : an organisational perspective

Marie Wintle, Penny Newsome, Prof Trish Livingston

(2011), Vol. 29, pp. 48-54, Australian journal of advanced nursing, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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An exploratory study of the factors that influence physical activity for prostate cancer survivors

Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Mari Botti

(2011), Vol. 19, pp. 1019-1028, Supportive care in cancer, Heidelberg, Germany, C1

journal

Communication at the bedside to enhance patient care : a survey of nurses’ experience and perspective of handover

Dr Maryann Street, Dr Paula Eustace, Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Bridie Kent, A/Prof Denise Patterson

(2011), Vol. 17, pp. 133-140, International journal of nursing practice, Richmond, Vic., C1

journal

Unplanned presentations to emergency departments due to chemotherapy induced complications : opportunities for improving service delivery

Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Julie Considine

(2011), Vol. 14, pp. 62-68, Australasian emergency nursing journal, London, U. K., C1

journal

Sensitivity and specificity of the distress impact thermometer for the detection of psychological distress among CRC survivors

Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Trish Livingston, Charles Warne

(2011), Vol. 29, pp. 231-241, Journal of psychosocial oncology, Philadelphia, P.A., C1

journal

The 6-PACK programme to decrease fall-related injuries in acute hospitals: protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial

Dr Anna Barker, A/Prof Caroline Brand, Terry Haines, Dr Keith Hill, Sandy Brauer, A/Prof Damien Jolley, Prof Mari Botti, Robert Cumming, Prof Trish Livingston, Cathie Sherrington, Silva Zavarsek, Renata Morello, Jeanette Kamar

(2011), Vol. 17, pp. 1-6, Injury prevention, London, England, C1

journal

Comparison of two modes of delivery of first aid training including basic life support

John Lippmann, Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike

(2011), Vol. 70, pp. 131-140, Health education journal, London, England, C1

journal

Comparison of two modes of delivery of first aid training including basic life support

John Lippmann, Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike

(2011), Vol. 41, pp. 106-106, Diving and hyperbaric medicine, Melbourne, Vic., C1-1

journal
2010

A nurse-assisted screening and referral program for depression among survivors of colorectal cancer : feasibility study

Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Melinda Craike, A/Prof Victoria White, Dr Amanda Hordern, Dr Michael Jefford, Prof Mari Botti, Dr Carrie Lethborg, Dr John Oldroyd

(2010), Vol. 193, pp. S83-S87, Medical journal of Australia, Strawberry Hills, N.S.W., C1

journal

Is FAST stroke smart? Do the content and language used in awareness campaigns describe the experience of stroke symptoms?

Ms Janet Bray, Prof Beverly O'Connell, Amanda Gilligan, Prof Trish Livingston, Chris Bladin

(2010), Vol. 5, pp. 440-446, International journal of stroke, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Does multidisciplinary care enhance the management of advanced breast cancer? : evaluation of advanced breast cancer multidisciplinary team meetings

J Chirgwin, Dr Melinda Craike, Christine Gray, Kathy Watty, Linda Mileshkin, Prof Trish Livingston

(2010), Vol. 6, pp. 294-300, Journal of oncology practice, Alexandria, Va., C1

journal

Emergency department presentations of patients from CALDB receiving chemotherapy in day oncology settings

Dr Melinda Craike, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Julie Considine

(2010), Vol. 13, pp. 111-116, Australasian emergency nursing journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Mapping the information resources available to patients with colorectal cancer

Dr Susan King, Prof Trish Livingston, Lesley Turner, Ms Karen Byrne, Mary John, Jenny Sidwell, C. Scott

(2010), Vol. 19, pp. 492-500, European journal of cancer care, London, England, C1

journal

The psychological impact of a specialist referral and telephone intervention on male cancer patients : a randomised controlled trial

Prof Trish Livingston, V. M. White, Jane Hayman, Prof Elizabeth Maunsell, Stewart M. Dunn, David Hill

(2010), Vol. 19, pp. 617-625, Psycho-oncology, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal
2009

Review of the role of emergency nurses in management of chemotherapy-related complications

Prof Julie Considine, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Mari Botti

(2009), Vol. 18, pp. 2649-2655, Journal of clinical nursing, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Adolescents' use of purpose built shade in secondary schools : cluster randomised controlled trial

Suzanne Dobbinson, V. M. White, Melanie Wakefield, K Jamsen, A/Prof Victoria White, Prof Trish Livingston, Dallas R English, Julie A Simpson

(2009), Vol. 338, pp. 1-6, British medical journal, London, England, C1

journal
2008

Preoperative Information for colorectal cancer patients - does it make a difference?

Maria Stirling, Veronica Knowles, Prof Trish Livingston

(2008), Vol. 28, pp. 6-7, Journal of stomal therapy Australia, Perth, W.A., C1-1

journal
2007

The diversity of emergency code telephone numbers in Australian hospitals: the feasibility of an Australian standard emergency code

Ged F Williams, Prof Trish Livingston

(2007), Vol. 31, pp. 540-544, Australian health review, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal

Community attitudes towards the early detection of cancer in Victoria, Australia

Prof Trish Livingston, Melanie Wakefield, J Mark Elwood

(2007), Vol. 31, pp. 26-29, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, Australia, C1

journal

Australian adolescents' sun protection behavior : who are we kidding?

Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Victoria White, Jane Hayman, Suzanne Dobbinson

(2007), Vol. 44, pp. 508-512, Preventive medicine, San Diego, Calif., C1

journal
2006

Prevalence of health promotion policies in sports clubs in Victoria, Australia

Suzanne Dobbinson, Jane Hayman, Prof Trish Livingston

(2006), Vol. 21, pp. 121-129, Health promotion international, London, England, C1-1

journal

How acceptable is a referral and telephone-based outcall programme for men diagnosed with cancer? A feasibility study

Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Victoria White, Jane Hayman, David Hill

(2006), Vol. 15, pp. 467-475, European journal of cancer care, Malden, Mass., C1-1

journal
2005

Womens satisfaction with their breast prosthesis: What determines a quality prosthesis

Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Victoria White, Susan Roberts, Emma Pritchard, Jane Hayman, Anne Gibbs, David Hill

(2005), Vol. 29, pp. 65-83, Evaluation review, Beverly Hills, Calif., C1-1

journal

Quality of care for women presenting with benign breast conditions

Prof Trish Livingston, Ms Sheila Hirst, M Pitcher, G Mann, J Collins, Jane Hayman

(2005), Vol. 35, pp. 357-358, Internal medicine journal, Malden, Mass., C1-1

journal
2003

The effectiveness of personalized smoking cessation strategies for callers to a Quitline service

Dr Ron Borland, James Balmford, Catherine J. Segan, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Neville Owen

(2003), Vol. 98, pp. 837-846, Addiction, Malden, Mass., C1-1

journal

Access to breast prostheses via a government-funded service in Victoria, Australia

Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Victoria White, Susan Roberts, Emma Pritchard, Anne Gibbs, David Hill

(2003), Vol. 27, pp. 563-578, Evaluation review, Beverly Hills, Calif., C1-1

journal

External breast prosthesis use: experiences and views of women with breast cancer, breast care nurses, and prosthesis fitters

Susan Roberts, Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Victoria White, Anne Gibbs

(2003), Vol. 26, pp. 179-186, Cancer nursing, New York, NY., C1-1

journal

Sun exposure and sun protection behaviours among Australian adolescents: trends over time

Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Victoria White, Jane Hayman, Suzanne Dobbinson

(2003), Vol. 37, pp. 577-584, Preventive medicine, Orlando, Fla., C1-1

journal
2002

Knowledge, attitudes and experience associated with testing for prostate cancer: a comparison between male doctors and men in the community

Prof Trish Livingston, P. Cohen, M Frydenberg, Dr Ron Borland, D. Reading, Dr Val Clarke, David Hill

(2002), Vol. 32, pp. 215-223, Internal medicine journal, Carlton, Vic., C1

journal
2001

The effectiveness of callback counselling for smoking cessation: a randomized trial

Dr Ron Borland, Catherine J. Segan, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Neville Owen

(2001), Vol. 96, pp. 881-889, Addiction, Malden, Mass., C1-1

journal

Knowledge, attitudes and self-care practices related to sun protection among secondary students in Australia

Prof Trish Livingston, V. M. White, A. M. Ugoni, Dr Ron Borland

(2001), Vol. 16, pp. 269-278, Health education research, London, England, C1-1

journal
2000

Examination compliance and screening for diabetic retinopathy: a 2-year follow-up study

S. J. Lee, C Sicari, C. Alex Harper, Prof Trish Livingston, C A McCarty, Hugh R. Taylor, Jill Keefe

(2000), Vol. 28, pp. 149-152, Clinical and experimental ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Recruitment methods for community-based screening for diabetic retinopathy

S. J. Lee, C A McCarty, C Sicari, Prof Trish Livingston, C. Alex Harper, Hugh R. Taylor, Jill Keefe

(2000), Vol. 7, pp. 209-218, Ophthalmic epidemiology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
1999

A strategy for involving general practitioners in smoking control

Robyn Mullins, Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Ron Borland

(1999), Vol. 23, pp. 249-251, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, London, Eng., C1-1

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Compliance with recommendations from a screening programme for diabetic retinopathy

S. J. Lee, Prof Trish Livingston, C. A. Harper, C A McCarty, Hugh R. Taylor, J. E. Keeffe

(1999), Vol. 27, pp. 187-189, Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Schizophrenia, psychotropic medication, and cataract

C A McCarty, Carolyn A Wood, Cara L Fu, Prof Trish Livingston, Sue Mackersey, Yury Stanislavsky, Hugh R. Taylor

(1999), Vol. 106, pp. 683-687, Ophthalmology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal
1998

Knowledge, attitudes, and self care practices associated with age related eye disease in Australia

Prof Trish Livingston, C A McCarty, Hugh R. Taylor

(1998), Vol. 82, pp. 780-785, British journal of ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

The prevalence of glaucoma in the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project

Matthew D Wensor, C A McCarty, Yury Stanislavsky, Prof Trish Livingston, Hugh R. Taylor

(1998), Vol. 105, pp. 733-739, Ophthalmology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal

The epidemiology of dry eye in Melbourne, Australia

C A McCarty, Aashish K Bansal, Prof Trish Livingston, Yury Stanislavsky, Hugh R. Taylor

(1998), Vol. 105, pp. 1114-1119, Ophthalmology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Screening for diabetic retinopathy using a non-mydriatic retinal camera in rural Victoria

C. Alex Harper, Prof Trish Livingston, Carolyn A Wood, Cara Jin, S. J. Lee, Jill E. Keeffe, C A McCarty, Hugh R. Taylor

(1998), Vol. 26, pp. 117-121, Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

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Use of eye care services by people with diabetes: the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project

C A McCarty, Conrad W Lloyd-Smith, Sharon Lee, Prof Trish Livingston, Yury Stanislavsky, Hugh R. Taylor

(1998), Vol. 82, pp. 410-414, British journal of ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

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1997

A comparison of participants with non-participants in a population-based epidemiologic study: the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project

Prof Trish Livingston, S. E. Lee, C A McCarty, H R Taylor

(1997), Vol. 4, pp. 73-81, Ophthalmic epidemiology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Visual impairment in Australia: distance visual acuity, near vision, and visual field findings of the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project

Hugh R. Taylor, Prof Trish Livingston, Yury Stanislavsky, C A McCarty

(1997), Vol. 123, pp. 328-337, American journal of ophthalmology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal

Visual impairment and socioeconomic factors

Prof Trish Livingston, C A McCarty, Hugh R. Taylor

(1997), Vol. 81, pp. 574-577, British journal of ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Reliability of a food frequency questionnaire to assess dietary antioxidant intake

C A McCarty, Caroline De Paola, Prof Trish Livingston, Hugh R. Taylor

(1997), Vol. 4, pp. 33-39, Ophthalmic epidemiology, London, Eng., C1-1

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Prevalence of Myopia in adults: implications for refractive surgeons

C A McCarty, Prof Trish Livingston, Hugh R. Taylor

(1997), Vol. 13, pp. 229-234, Journal of refractive surgery, Thorofare, N.J., C1-1

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Assessment of lifetime ocular exposure to UV-B: the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project

C A McCarty, Sharon Lee, Prof Trish Livingston, Hugh R. Taylor

(1997), Vol. 27, pp. 9-13, Developments in ophthalmology, Basel, Switzerland, C1-1

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1996

Ocular exposure to UV-B in sunlight: the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project model

C A McCarty, S. E. Lee, Prof Trish Livingston, M Bissinella, Hugh R. Taylor

(1996), Vol. 74, pp. 353-360, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Basel, Switzerland, C1-1

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1995

The epidemiology of cataract: a review of the literature

Prof Trish Livingston, C A Carson, Hugh R. Taylor

(1995), Vol. 2, pp. 151-164, Ophthalmic epidemiology, London, Eng., C1-1

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Knowledge of glaucoma, and its relationship to self-care practices, in a population sample

Prof Trish Livingston, S. E. Lee, Caroline De Paola, C A Carson, Charles S Guest, Hugh R. Taylor

(1995), Vol. 23, pp. 37-41, Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

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1994

Mammographic screening: measurement of the cost in a population based programme in Victoria, Australia

Susan F Hurley, Prof Trish Livingston, Noel Thane, Lichun Quang

(1994), Vol. 48, pp. 391-399, Journal of epidemiology & community health, London, Eng., C1-1

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A population-based estimate of cataract prevalence: the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project experience

Prof Trish Livingston, C S Guest, Yury Stanislavsky, S J Lee, S Bayley, C Walker, C McKean, Hugh R. Taylor

(1994), Vol. 26, pp. 1-6, Developments in ophthalmology, Basel, Switzerland, C1-1

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Methods for a population-based study of eye disease: the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project

Prof Trish Livingston, C A Carson, Yury Stanislavsky, S. E. Lee, C S Guest, Hugh R. Taylor

(1994), Vol. 1, pp. 139-148, Ophthalmic epidemiology, London, Eng., C1-1

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Cost-effectiveness of recruitment methods in a population-based epidemiological study: the Melbourne Visual Impairment Project

Prof Trish Livingston, Charles S Guest, Angela Bateman, Norman Woodcock, Hugh R. Taylor

(1994), Vol. 18, pp. 314-318, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, London, Eng., C1-1

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Reducing vision loss in the community: a public health priority

Prof Trish Livingston, Hugh R. Taylor

(1994), Vol. 18, pp. 7-8, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, London, Eng., C1-1

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The importance of epidemiology in understanding eye disease

Prof Trish Livingston, Hugh R. Taylor

(1994), Vol. 22, pp. 161-165, Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology, London, Eng., C1-1

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1992

Effectiveness, costs, and cost-effectiveness of recruitment strategies for a mammographic screening program to detect breast cancer

Susan F Hurley, A/Prof Damien Jolley, Prof Trish Livingston, Dorothy Reading, Jill Cockburn, Delia Flint-Richter

(1992), Vol. 84, pp. 855-863, Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Oxford, Eng., C1-1

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1990

Patterns of surgical treatment of breast cancer in Victoria

Susan F Hurley, Prof Trish Livingston, A/Prof Damien Jolley, Stewart Hart

(1990), Vol. 60, pp. 871-878, Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery, London, Eng., C1-1

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