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The CHPRC strives to translate its research findings into peer reviewed scientific publications as well as into actual policy and practice in Australia. The publication track record shown below includes publications arising from our current and past projects as well as our team’s partnerships with others.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

2013

  • Cross, D. 2013. Using the Health Promoting Schools Model to reduce harm from school bullying. Japanese Journal of School Health. 55, 111-119.
  • Shaw, T., Dooley, J.J., Cross, D, Zubrick, S.R. & Waters, S. 2013. The Forms of Bullying Scale (FBS): Validity and reliability estimates for a measure of bullying victimization and perpetration in early adolescence. Psychological Assessment, 25(4), 1045-1057.
  • Toye, C., Lester, L., Popescu, A., McInerney, F. (2013). The Dementia Knowledge Assessment Tool Version Two: Development of a tool to inform preparation for care planning and delivery in families and care staff. Dementia.1-9. DOI: 10.1177/1471301212471960.
  • Arrow, P., Raheb, J., Miller, M. (2013) Brief oral health promotion intervention among parents of young children to reduce early childhood caries. BMC Public Health, 13, 245. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-245.
  • Hearn, L, Miller, M. (in press). Collaboration bridges the gap between policy and practice: Findings of the Starting Childhood Obesity Prevention Earlier (SCOPE) Project. Australia New Zealand Public Health.
  • Hearn, L.A., & Miller, M.R. (2013). SCOPE childhood obesity project bridges policy/practice gap. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 37(3), 293. DOI: 10.1111/1753-6405.
  • Cahill, H., Midford, R., Waghorne, R., Venning, L., Coffey, J., Lester, L., & Cross D. Teachers self-reported influences on their use of participatory learning strategies within health education classes (In press: May 2013).
  • Johnson, C., Pidgeon, T., Banfield, M., Eager, K., Lester, L., & Bird, S. Pain and other symptoms: a survey on the experience of patients receiving care from the Australian specialist palliative care services (In press: May 2013).
  • Midford, R., Mitchell, J., Lester, L., Cahill, H., Foxcroft, D., Ramsden, R., & Pose, M. Alcohol prevention: a cluster randomised trial of comprehensive school drug education that focuses on minimising harm. (In press: May 2013).
  • Hearn, L.,Miller, M., Fletcher, A. Online healthy lifestyle support in the perinatal period: What do women want and do they use it? Australian Journal Primary Health. DOI: 10.1071/PY13039.
  • Waters, S., Lester, L., & Cross, D. Transition from primary to secondary school: Expectation vs experience (In submission, 2013).
  • Waters, S., Lester, L., & Cross, D. A path analysis of the relationship between school connectedness and mental health during the transition to secondary school. (In submission, 2013)
  • Miller, M.R., Hearn, L.A., van der Pligt, P.F., Willcox, J.C., & Campbell, K.J. (2013). Preventing maternal and early childhood obesity: the foetal flaw in Australian perinatal care. Australian Journal Primary Health. DOI: 10.1071/PY13080.
  • Hakanson, C., Douglas, C., Robertson, J., & Lester, L., An evaluation of a rural nurse-led clinic for female sexual dysfunction. Australian Journal of Rural Health (accepted).
  • Lester, L., Waters, S., Cross, D. (2013). The relationship between school connectedness and mental health during the transition to secondary school: A path analysis. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 1-15. DOI: 10.1017/jgc.2013.20.
  • Midford, R., Mitchell,J., Lester, L., Cahill,H., Foxcroft, D., Ramsden, R., Venning,L., Pose,M., Preventing alcohol harm: Early results from a cluster randomised, controlled trial in Victoria, Australia of comprehensive harm minimisation school drug education. International Journal of Drug Policy, 51:2 (2013)
  • Lester, L., Cross, D., Dooley, J., Shaw, T. Bullying victimisation and adolescents: Implications for school-based intervention programs. Australian Journal of Education, 57.2 (2013): 107-123.
  • Mitchell, J., Midford, R., Cahill, H., Ramsden, R., Lester, L., Venning, L., Davenport, G., Pose, M., & Murphy, B. (2013). Smoking prevention: what benefits are indicated by a pilot school drug education programme that focuses on minimising harm? International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 51(2), 95-107. DOI:10.1080/14635240.2012.750073
  • Waters, S., Baker, S., Bruce, K., Lindner, H. & Clarkson, E. Looking both ways: The intersection of road safety education and early childhood research. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood.
  • Monks, H., Waters, S. & Cross, D. (in submission). Individual, interpersonal and school contextual variables associated with Australian secondary school students’ behaviour as bystanders to bullying. Psychology of Violence.
  • Waters, S., Lester, L. & Cross, D. (in submission). Transition to secondary school: Expectation v’s Experience. Australian Journal of Education.

2012

  • Cross, D., Waters, S., Pearce, N., Shaw, T., Hall, M., Erceg, E., Burns, S., Roberts, C., Hamilton, G. (2012). The Friendly Schools Friendly Families Program: Three-year bullying behavior outcomes in primary school children. International Journal of Educational Research, 53, 394-406.
  • Fülöp, M., Sebestyén, N., Almeida, A., Cross, D., Valimaki, M., Berne, S., Deboutte, G., Heiman, T., Olenik-Shemesh, D., O´Moore, M., Stald, G., Sygkollitou, E. (2012). Anti-cyberbullying programok áttekintő elemzése 27 ország tükrében. In: Ollé, J. (szerk.) IV. Oktatás-Informatikai Konferencia, Tanulmánykötet. ELTE, Eötvös Kiadó, Budapest. 120-125.
  • Lester, L., Cross, D., Shaw, T. (2012). Problem behaviours, traditional bullying and cyberbullying among adolescents: longitudinal analyses. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 17(3-4), 435-447.
  • Shaw, T., Cross, D. (2012). The clustering of bullying and cyberbullying behaviours within Australian schools. Australian Journal of Education, 56(2), 142-162.
  • Barnes, A., Cross, D., Lester, L., Hearn, L., Epstein, M., and Monks, H. 2012 (2012). The Invisibility of Covert Bullying Among Students: Challenges for School Intervention. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(2), 206-226.
  • Baxendale, S., Cross, D., Johnston, R. (2012). A review of the evidence on the relationship between gender and adolescents’ involvement in violent behavior. Aggression and Violent Behavior 17(4), 297-310
  • Cardoso, P., Thomas, L., Johnston, R., and Cross, D. (2012). Encouraging student access to and use of pastoral care services in schools. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(2), 227-248.
  • Lester, L., Dooley, J., Cross, D., Shaw, T. (2012). Internalising symptoms: An antecedent or precedent in adolescent peer victimization. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(2), 173-189.
  • Lester, L., Cross, D., Dooley, J., Shaw, T. (2012). Adolescent bully-victims: Social Health and the Transition to Secondary School. Cambridge Journal of education, 42(2), 213-233
  • Lester, L., Cross, D., Dooley, J., Shaw, T. (2012). Developmental trajectories of adolescent victimization: Predictors and outcomes, Social Influence, 1-24, iFirst (published online).
  • Waters, S., Lester, L., Wenden, L., & Cross, D. (2012). A theoretically grounded exploration of the social and emotional outcomes of transition to secondary school. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(2): 190-205. DOI: 10.1017/jgc.2012.26.
  • Shaw, T., Cross, D. (2012). The clustering of bullying and cyberbullying behaviours within Australian schools. Australian Journal of Education, 56(2), 142-162.
  • Knight, S., Cross, D. (2012). Using Contextual Constructs Model to Frame Doctoral Research Methodology. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 7, 39 – 62 http://ijds.org/Volume7/IJDSv7p039-062Knight234.pdf
  • Davenport. G., Midford, R., Ramsden, R., Cahill, H., Venning, L., Lester, L., Murphy, B., Pose, M. (2012). Starting to drink: the experiences of Victorian lower secondary students with alcohol. Journal of Drug Education, 42(1) 87-98
  • Bailey, H., Miller, M., Langridge, A., de Klerk, N., van Bockxmeer, F., Attia, J., Scott, R., Armstrong, B., Milne, E. (2012). Maternal Dietary Intake of Folate and Vitamins B6 and B12 During Pregnancy and the Risk of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. Nutrition and Cancer, DOI:10. 1080/01635581. 2012.707278.
  • Waters, S., Lester, L., Wenden, L., & Cross, D. (2012). A theoretically grounded exploration of the social and emotional outcomes of transition to secondary school. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(2),190-205.
  • Cross, D., Waters, S., Pearce, T., Shaw, T., Hall, M., Erceg, E., Hamilton, G., Roberts, C., & Burns, S. (2012). The Friendly Schools Friendly Families Programme: Three-year bullying behaviour outcomes in primary school children. International Journal of Educational Research, 53, 394-406.
  • Midford, R., Cahill, H., Foxcroft, D., Lester, L., Venning, L., Ramsden, R., Pose, M. (2012). Drug Education in Victorian Schools (DEVS): The study protocol for a harm reduction focused school drug education trial. BioMed Central Ltd.
  • Dooley, J.J., Shaw, T., Cross, D. (2012). The association between the mental health and behavioural problems of students and their reactions to cyber-victimisation. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 9(2):275-289.

2011

  • Cross, D., Hall, M., Waters, S., Falletti, B., Zines, D., Miller, A., Parsons, L. & Saunders, E. (2011). Principles of Best Practice for Road Safety Education. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety. 22(1), 24-29.
  • Williams, A., Pineaar, C., Toye, C., Joske, D., Lester, L. (2011). Further psychometric testing of an instrument to measure emotional care in hospital. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20, 3472–3482,
  • Pearce, N., Cross, D., Monks, H., Waters, S. & Falconer, S. (2011). Current evidence of best practice in whole-school bullying intervention and its potential to inform cyber bullying interventions. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 21(1), 1-21.
  • Cross, D., Monks, H., Campbell, M., Spears, B., & Slee, P. (2011). School-based strategies to address cyber bullying, Centre for Strategic Education, Occasional Paper no. 119.
  • Cross, D., Monks, H., Hall, M., Shaw, T., Pintabona, Y., Erceg, E., Hamilton, G., Roberts, C., Waters, S., & Lester, L. (2011). Three-year results of the Friendly Schools whole-of-school intervention on children's bullying behaviour. British Educational Research Journal, 37(1), 105-129.
  • Cross, D., Hall, M., Waters, S., Faletti, B., Zines, D., Miller, A., Parsons, L. & Saunders, El. (2011). Principles of best practice for road safety education. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 22(1), 24-29.
  • Cross, D., Epstein, M., Hearn, L., Slee, P., Shaw, T., Monks, H. (2011). National Safe Schools Framework: Policy and practice to reduce bullying in Australian schools. The International Journal of Behavioral Development (IJBD).
  • Roberts, C., Williams, R., Kane R., Pintabona, Y. Cross, D., Zubrick, S., Silburn, S. (2011). Impact of a mental health promotion program on substance use in young adolescents. Advances in Mental Health. Volume 10/1 the Special Issue on Promoting Youth Mental Health through Early Intervention.
  • Dooley, J., Shaw, T., Cross, D. Student reactions to cyber-bullying and associated mental and emotional health symptoms. In press: The European Journal of Developmental Psychology.
  • Slee, P., Spears, B., Campbell, M, Cross, D. (2011). Addressing Bullying and Cyberbullying in schools: Translating theory to practice. Centre for Strategic Education Occasional, Paper 213.
  • Spears, B., SLee, P., Campbell, M., Cross, D. (2011). Educational change and youth voice: Informing school action on cyberbullying. Centre for Strategic Education Occasional, Paper 208.

2010

  • Adams, M., Fredericks, B., Faulkner, S., Meiklejohn, B., Wilkes, T., Roe, Y., Paki, D., Stearne, A. & Banks, J.R. (2010). The 4th International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development Conference. Aboriginal & Islander Health Worker Journal 34(5), 31-32.
  • Burns, S., Cross, D. & Maycock, B. (2010). “That could be me squishing chips on someone’s car.” How friends can positively influence bullying behaviours. Journal of Primary Prevention, 31(4), 209-222.
  • Cross, D., Monks, H., Hall, M., Shaw, T., Pintabona, Y., Erceg, E., Hamilton, G., Roberts, C., Waters, S., & Lester, L. (2010). Three year results of the Friendly Schools whole-of-school intervention on children’s bullying behaviour. British Educational Research Journal. 24 February 2010 (iFirst).
  • Roberts, C., Kane, R., Bishop, B., Cross, D., Fenton, J. & Hart, B. (2010). The prevention of anxiety and depression in children from disadvantaged schools. Journal of Behaviour Research and Therapy 48, 68-73.
  • Dooley, J.J., Gradinger, P., Cross, D., Stohmeier, D., & Spiel, C. 2 (in press, 2010). Cyber-victimisation: The association between help seeking and mental health symptoms in adolescents from Australia and Austria. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Special Issue on Cyber-bullying.
  • Pearce, N., Cross, D., Monks, H., Waters, S., Erceg, E., Falconer, S. (accepted 2010 for publication in 2011). Evidence to Practice: Whole-school indicators to reduce bullying including cyber bullying. Journal of Guidance and Counselling.
  • Waters, S. and Cross, D. (2010). Measuring students’ connectedness to school, teachers, and family: Validation of three scales. School Psychology Quarterly, 25(3), 164-167.
  • Waters, S., Cross, D. & Shaw, T. (2010). Does the nature of schools matter? An exploration of selected school ecology factors on adolescent perceptions of school connectedness. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 80(3), 381-402.
  • Waters, S., Cross, D., & Shaw, T. (2010). How important are school and interpersonal student characteristics in determining later adolescent school connectedness, by school sector? Australian Journal of Education. 54(2), 223-243

2009

  • Dooley, J., Pyzalski, J. & Cross, D. (2009). Cyber bullying Versus Face-To-Face Bullying: A theoretical and conceptual review. Journal of Psychology Special Issue: Cyberbullying: Abusive relationships in cyberspace, 217(4), 182-188.
  • Thomas, L. (2009). New challenges in school-based research. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 20(1), 73-74.
  • Waters, S., Cross, D. & Runions, K. (2009). Social and Ecological Structures Supporting Adolescent Connectedness to School: A Theoretical Model. Journal of School Health. 79(11) p.516-524.

2008

  • Beatty, S., Cross, D., & Shaw, T. (2008). The impact of parent-directed intervention on parent-child communication about tobacco and alcohol. Drug and Alcohol Review, 27(6), 591-601.
  • Burns, S., Cross, D., Alfonso, H., & Maycock, B. (2008). Predictors of bullying among 11-12 year old school students in Australia. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 1(2), 49-60.
  • Burns, S., Maycock, B., & Cross, D. (2008). The power of peers: Why some students bully others to conform. Qualitative Health Research, 18, 1704-1716.
  • Burns, S., Maycock, B., Cross, D., & Brown, G. (2008). “Woodpushers are gay”: The role of provocation in bullying. International Journal of Health Promotion, 10(4), 41-50.
  • Cross, D., Hearn, L., Hamilton, G., Resnicow, K., & Hall, M. (2008). Translating an Adolescent Smoking Cessation Program into Policy and Practice in an Australian Context. Evaluation and the Health Professions, 31, 245-257.
  • Hearn, L., Miller, M., & Campbell-Pope, R. (2008). Review of Evidence to Guide Primary Health Care Policy and Practice to Prevent Childhood Obesity. Medical Journal of Australia, 188(8), S87-91.
  • Resnicow, K., Cross, D., & Hamilton, G. (2008). Comparison of Two School-Based Smoking Prevention Programs among South African High School Students: Results of a Randomized Trial. Annals of Behavioural Medicine, 36, 231-243.
  • Runions, K. (2008) A Multi-Systemic School-Based Approach for Addressing Childhood Aggression. Australian Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 18 (2), 106–127.

2007

  • Hamilton, G., Cross, D., Resnicow, K., & Shaw, T. (2007). Does harm minimization lead to greater experimentation? Results from a school smoking intervention trial. Drug and Alcohol Review, 26(6), 605-613.
  • Hearn, L., Miller, M., & Cross, D. (2007). Engaging primary health care providers in the promotion of healthy weight among young children: Barriers and enablers for policy and management. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 13(2), 66-79.
  • Milne, E., Simpson, J.A., Johnston, R., Giles-Corti, B., & English, D.R. (2007). Time spent outdoors at midday and children’s body mass index. American Journal of Public Health, 97(2), 306-310.
  • Pollard, C., Miller, M., Daly, A., Crouchley, K., O’Donoghue, K., Lang, A., & Binns, C. (2007). Increasing fruit and vegetable consumption: success of the Western Australian Go for 2 & 5 campaign. Public Health Nutrition, July.

Books / Book Chapters / Book Reviews

  • Cross, D., Shaw, T., Monks, H., Waters, S., and Lester, L. (2013). Using evidence to reduce the bullying behaviour experienced by girls. In Ferguson, H.B. and D.J. Pepler (eds), Understanding and Addressing Girls’ Aggressive Behaviour Problems: A Focus on Relationships. Wilfrid Laurier University Press: Ontario.
  • O’Moore, M., Cross, D., Valimaki, M., Almeida, A., Berne, S., Kurki, M., Olenik-Shemesh, D., Heiman, T., Deboutte, G., Fandrem, H., Stald, G., Sygkollitou, E., Fulop, M. (2013). Guidelines to prevent cyber-bullying: A cross-national review. In Smith, P.K. & Steffgen, G. (Eds.). Cyberbullying Through the New Media: Findings from an International Network. New York: Routledge
  • Cross, D., Campbell, M., Slee, P., Spears, B., Barnes, A. (2013). Australian research to encourage school students’ positive use of technology to reduce cyberbullying. In Smith, P.K. & Steffgen, G. (Eds.). Cyberbullying Through the New Media: Findings from an International Network. New York: Routledge
  • Boronenko, V., Ucanok, Z., Slee, P., Campbell, M., Cross, D., Valimaki, M., Spears, B. (2013). Training researchers: Visits and training schools. In Smith, P.K. & Steffgen, G. (Eds.). Cyberbullying Through the New Media: Findings from an International Network. New York: Routledge.
  • Cross, D. & Barnes, A. 2013. Friendly Schools: A whole school intervention to reduce bullying. INSIGHTS - British Educational Research Association (BERA). Issue 5, Autumn
  • Bauman, S., Cross, D., Walker, J. (Editors) (2012). Principles of Cyberbullying Research: Definition, Methods and Measures. New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-89749-5.
  • Bauman, S., Cross, D. (2012). Methods: Guiding principles. In Bauman, S, Cross, D., Walker, J. (Eds) Principles of Cyberbullying Research: Definition, Methods and Measures. New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-89749-5.
  • Cross, D., Walker, J. (2012). Using research to inform cyberbullying prevention and intervention. In Bauman, S, Cross, D., Walker, J. (Eds) Principles of Cyberbullying Research: Definition, Methods and Measures. New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-89749-5.
  • Cross, D., Thompson, S.,Erceg, E., Waters, S., Epstein, M., & Pintabona, Y. (2012). Friendly Schools Plus teacher resource: Early childhood 4-6 years. Perth, WA: STEPS Professional Development & Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University. ISBN 978 1 921321 64 1.
  • Cross, D., Thompson, S.,Erceg, E., Waters, S., Epstein, M., & Pintabona, Y. (2012). Friendly Schools Plus teacher resource: Early childhood 6-8 years. Perth, WA: STEPS Professional Development & Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University. ISBN 978 1 921321 65 8.
  • Cross, D., Thompson, S.,Erceg, E., Waters, S., Epstein, M., & Pintabona, Y. (2012). Friendly Schools Plus teacher resource: Middle childhood 8-10 years. Perth, WA: STEPS Professional Development & Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University. ISBN 978 1 921321 66 5.
  • Cross, D., Thompson, S.,Erceg, E., Waters, S., Epstein, M., & Pintabona, Y. (2012). Friendly Schools Plus teacher resource: Middle childhood 10-11 years. Perth, WA: STEPS Professional Development & Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University. ISBN 978 1 921321 67 2.
  • Cross, D., Thompson, S.,Erceg, E., Waters, S., Epstein, M., & Pintabona, Y. (2012). Friendly Schools Plus teacher resource: Early and middle adolescence 11-14 years. Perth, WA: STEPS Professional Development & Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University. ISBN 978 1 921321 68 9.
  • Cross, D., Thompson, S.,Erceg, E., Waters, S., Epstein, M., & Pintabona, Y. (2012). Evidence for Practice: Whole School Strategies to Enhance Students’ Social Skills and Reduce Bullying in Schools. Perth, WA: STEPS Professional Development & Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University. ISBN 978 1 921321 69 6.
  • Cross, D., Shaw, T., Dooley, J.J., Epstein, M., Hearn, L., & Monks, H. (in press). Cyberbullying in Australia: Is school context related to cyberbullying behaviour? In Li, Q., Cross, D., & Smith, P. (Eds.) Bullying goes to the cyber playground: Research on cyberbullying from an international perspective.
  • Li, Q., Smith, P.K., Cross, D. (2012). Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell ISBN 978-1-4443-3376-3
  • Cross, D., Shaw, T., Dooley, J.J., Epstein, M., Hearn, L. & Monks, H. (2012). Cyberbullying in Australia: Is school context related to cyberbullying behaviour? In Q. Li, D. Cross, & P.K. Smith (Eds.), Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell ISBN 978-1-4443-3376-3
  • Cross, D., Li, Q. Smith, P. & Monks, H. (2012). Understanding and Preventing cyberbullying: Where have we been and where should we be going? In Q. Li, D. Cross, & P.K. Smith (Eds.), Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Cross, D., Shaw, T., Monks, H., Waters, S., Lester, L. (2009) Using evidence to reduce bullying among girls. In A Focus on Relationships: Understanding and Addressing Aggressive Behaviour Problems, In press.
  • Cross, D., Shaw, T., Pearce, N., Erceg, E., Waters, S., Pintabona, Y., Hall, M. (2008) School-based intervention research to reduce bullying in Australia 1999-2007: what works, what doesn’t and what’s promising. In Understanding and addressing bullying: an international perspective. Editors: Pepler, D and Craig, W. PREVNet Series, Volume 1. AuthorHouse. Indiana, USA. ISBN 978-1-4343-8866-7(sc).
  • Hamilton G, Cross D.(2006). School smoking interventions: The basis of drug education. In Midford R, Munro G. Drug Education in Schools. IP Communications, Melbourne.
  • Howat, P., Cross, D., Sleet, D. (2004). Program Development, Implementation and in The Scientific Basis of Injury Prevention and Control. Editors: McClure R., Stevenson M., McEvoy S. IP Communications, Melbourne Australia. ISBN 0-9578617-9-6
  • Cross, D., Hall, M., Hamilton, G., Pintabona, Y., Erceg, E. (2004) Australia: The Friendly Schools Project, in Bullying in Schools: Global Perspectives on Intervention Editors: Peter K Smith, Debra Peplar, Ken Rigby Cambridge University Press. Cambridge UK. ISBN 0-521-821193

Published Reports to Government and Non-government Organisations

  • Wenden, E., Bruce, K., Johnston, R. and Cross, D. (2013). Optimising school nurse involvement in youth-based tobacco control programs. Annual Report to Healthway. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Cross, D., Cardoso, P., Shaw, T., & Thomas, L. (2013).  An empirical intervention to reduce cyberbullying in adolescents. Final report to Healthway. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Miller, M., Pearce, N., Waters, S. & Baker, S. (2013). Development of a Research and Evaluation Framework to guide Not-for-Profit tenders, delivery and reporting of ‘good health’ funded health promotion programs: Final report submitted to Department of Health. Perth, Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Pearce, N., Miller, M., Waters, S. & Baker, S. (2013). Development of a Research and Evaluation Framework to guide Not-for-Profit tenders, delivery and reporting of ‘good health’ funded health promotion programs: Implementation Guide submitted to Department of Health. Perth, Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Cross, D., Carolan, C., Patterson, L., Hadwen, K. (2013). Cyber Strong Schools Project. Final report to the Public Education Endowment Trust (PEET). Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Waters, S., Epstein, M., Lester, L. Watson, J., Wenden, E., Spears, B. (2013).  Raising Adolescents: Strategies for Fly In/Fly Out Families. Final report to Healthway. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre
  • Child Health Promotion Research Centre (2012). Preventing Obesity from Early Childhood: Translating Research into Practice. Final report to WA Department of Health, Western Australia. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Child Health Promotion Research Centre (2012). Building school capacity to reduce social aggression among students: translating research into policy and practice. Annual report to Healthway. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Hadwen, K., Fenner, A. (2012). Relational Aggression in Boarding Schools: A Formative Study. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Child Health Promotion Research Centre (2012). Development of an Evaluation Toolkit for the Constable Care Child Safety Foundation. Report to Constable Care Child Safety Foundation. Perth, Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Waters, S., Baker, S., & Bruce, K. (2012). National Practices for Early Childhood Road Safety. Report to VicRoads on behalf of the Road Safety Education Reference Group Australasia. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Child Health Promotion Research Centre (2011). An empirical intervention to reduce cyberbullying in adolescents. Annual report to Healthway. Perth, Edith Cowan University, Child Health Promotion Research Centre.
  • Cross, D., Shaw, T., Hearn, L., Epstein, M., Monks, H., Lester, L., & Thomas, L. (2009). Australian Covert Bullying Prevalence Study (ACBPS). Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University, Perth. Available to view or download from the Department of Education, Employment, and Workplace Relations website: www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/NationalSafeSchools/Pages/research.aspx
  • Dooley, J.J., Cross, D., Hearn, L., Treyvaud, R. (2009). Review of existing Australian and international cyber-safety research. Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University, Perth. Available to view or download from the Australian Government Department of Broadband , Communications and the Digital Economy website: www.dbcde.gov.au/funding_and_programs/cybersafety_plan/cybersafety_research
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