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Hunter, E. M. M. (2001) Aboriginal and Torress Strait Islander suicide. Auseinet, 1-3. 116  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health. HealthInsite, 1-3. 92  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2001) A brief historical background to health research in Indienous communities.. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 25 1: 6-8. 364  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000). Alcohol and pregnancy in Indigenous communities: are we getting serious?. In: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Health in Queensland. 2001 Conference of Paediatric & Child Health Nurses, Brisbane, Carlton Crest Hotel, (2-3). 17-19 May 2001. 93  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2001). 'An ounce of prevention....': reconsidering prevention in Indigenous mental health. In: The Power of Knowledge, the Resonance of Tradition - Indigenous Studies Conference. The Power of Knowledge, the Resonance of Tradition - Indigenous Studies Conference, Canberra, (). 2001. 50  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2001). An overview of suicide in Indigenous Australia. In: Cultural & Mental Health Research Unit Report No.10: Proceedings of Advanced Study Institute: The Mental health of Indigenous Peoples. The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples, Montreal; McGill University, (81-94). May 2000. 94  
Hunter, E. M. M., Travers, H. J. and McCulloch, B. (2003) Bridging the information gap: IT and health in Indigenous populations. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 Supp.: S51-S56. doi:10.1046/j.1038-5282.2003.02011.x 42   Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Santhanam, R., Hunter, E. M. M., Wilkinson, Y., Whiteford, H. and McEwan, A. (2006) Care, Community, Capacity: Rethinking mental health services in remote Indigenous settings. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 12 2: 51-56. 75   Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Hunter, E. M. M. (2004) Commonality, difference and confusion: changing constructions of Indigenous mental health. Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, 3 3: 1-4. 135  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000) Compelling testimony. Jewish News, 28 July 2000: 36-36. 30  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000) Confessions of a former Nazi. Jewish News, 20 Oct 2000: 36-36. 51  
Hunter, E. M. M. (1999) Considering the changing environment of indigenous child development. Australian Psychiatry, 7 3: 137-140. doi:10.1046/j.1440-1665.1999.00191.x 57   Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000) Dealing with alcohol: Indigenous usage in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Aboriginal History, 22 296-299. 142  
Calver, J., Wiltshire, A., Holman, C. D. J., Holman, J., Hunter, E. M. M., Garfield, C. and Rosman, D. L. (2005) Does health assessment improve health outcomes in Indigenous people? An RCT with 13 years of follow-up. Australian And New Zealand Journal Of Public Health, 29 2: 107-111. doi:10.1111/j.1467-842X.2005.tb00058.x 117   6 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 1
Hunter, E. M. M. (2001) Editorial: Indigenous health research. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 25 1: 2-2. 47  
Harvey, D. J., Tsey, K., Cadet-James, Y., Minniecon, D. L., Ivers, R. and Hunter, E. M. M. (2001) Evaluation of the pilot phase of Queensland Health tobacco brief intervention training in Indigenous health settings Cairns: North Queensland Health Equalities Promotion Unit 107  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000) Exploring the 'garden of involuntary memory'. Grief Matters, 3 3: 50-50. 43  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2004) How to Treat - Communication and Indigenous Health. Australian Doctor, 4June2004 35-42. 119  
Brown, J. S., Minniecon, D. L., Hunter, E. M. M. and Cadet-James, Y. (2002) Increasing the capacity of health workers to address issues relating to alcohol in rural and remote Indigenous communities Cairns, Queensland: The University of Queensland 71  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2001). Indigenous alcohol-use research: Changing approaches and relevance. In: Proceedings: Workforce Development Symposium. Systems, Settings, People: Workforce Development Challenges fcr Alcohol and Other Drug Field, Adelaide, (115-122). 15 May 2001. 47  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2002) Indigenous Mental Health: A brief historical overview revisited. Connect: Mental health matters in Western Australia, 6 4: 9-11. 57  
Hunter, E. M. M., Tsey, K., Baird, M. and Baird, L. (2002). Indigenous mental health promotion: Process, politics, paradox and practicalities. In l. Rowling; G. Martin; L. Walker (Ed.), Mental Health Promotion: Concepts and Practice: Young People (pp. 201-215) Australia: McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd. 75  
Hunter, E. M. M. and Harvey, D. J. (2002) Indigenous suicide in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States: A review. Emergency Medicine, 14 1: 14-23. doi:10.1046/j.1442-2026.2002.00281.x 83   Cited 51 times in Scopus51 0
Hunter, E. M. M. (2003). Mental Health. In Neil Thomson (Ed.), The Health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 127-157) Australia: Oxford University Press. 42  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000) On the gift of dreams and sitting with eagles. Australian Psychiatry, 8 4: 318-322. doi:10.1046/j.1440-1665.2000.00281.x 28   0
Haswell-Elkins, M. R., Hunter, E. M. M., Nagel, T., Thompson, C., Hall, B., Mills, R., Wargent, R. J., Tsey, K., Knowles, L. and Wilkinson, Y. (2005) Reflections on integrating mental health into primary health care services in remote indigenous communities in far north Queensland and the Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 11 2: 62-69. 73   Cited 6 times in Scopus6
Hunter, E. M. M. (2002) Review of C Tatz, Aboriginal suicide is different: A portrait of life and self-destruction. Austrlaian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 36 1: 146-148. doi:10.1046/j.1440-1614.2002.0987a.x 66   2 0
Jenner, L., Kavanagh, D. J., Hunter, E. M. M. and Baker, A (2002) Rural and Regional Comorbidity Workshops Canberra: Australian National Council on Drigs 39  
Hunter, E. M. M. and Tsey, K. (2003) Setting strategic directions in mental health policy and practice: the challenge of understanding and addressing the social determinants. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 Supplement: 1-5. doi:10.1046/j.1038-5282.2003.02002.x 43   Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Hunter, E. M. M. (2003) Staying tuned to developments in Indigenous Health: reflections on a decade of change. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 4: 418-423. doi:10.1046/j.1440-1665.2003.02030.x 46   Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Brown, J., Hunter, E. M. M. and Whiteside, M. (2002) Talking back: The changing nature of Indigenous health research feedback. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 13 2: 24-40. 60  
Harvey, D. J., Hunter, E. M. M. and Whiteside, M. (2000) The accommodation and support needs of people with a mental illness: A process and framework for action. Australian Social Work, 53 4: 7-14. doi:10.1080/03124070008415215 37   0
Hunter, E. M. M. (2001). '...the deep sleep of forgetfulness: reflecting on disremembering. In: Proceedings of Advanced Study Institute: The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples. The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples, Montreal, McGill University, (26-46). May 2000. 41  
Harvey, D., Tsey, K., Hunter, E. M. M., Cadet-James, Y., Brown, J. S., Whiteside, M. and Minniecon, D. L. (2001) 'Think global - act local': Defining roles to address health inequalities. Cairns: North Qld Health Equalities Promotion Unit 104  
Harvey, D., Tsey, K., Hunter, E. M. M., Cadet-James, Y., Brown, J. S., Whiteside, M. and Minniecon, D. L. (2001) "Think glogal - act local": Defining roles to address health inequalities Cairns: University of Queensland 60  
Hunter, E. M. M. and Travers, H. J. (2002) Touch and see (and hear): Touchscreen technology and Indigenous health: An evaluation of the pilot introduction of health touchscreens into remote and urban Indigenous communities in Queensland Cairns, Australia: Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Health 110  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2002) TVW Telethon Institute for Child Health Research Australia: Report of Scientific Review 37  
Hunter, E. M. M. (2000). Unmet need in Indigenous mental health: Where to start?. In G. Andrews and S. Henderson (Ed.), Unmet Need in Psychiatry (pp. 356-362) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 39