Anne Lowell

PhD (university of Sydney); B.App.Sci (Speech Pathology); Grad. Dip. (Language Studies);

Principal Research Fellow

Anne Lowell is a Principal Research Fellow in the Northern Institute, College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society, specialising in collaborative qualitative research and community education with remote Aboriginal communities. Anne's primary areas of interest include intercultural communication, particularly related to Indigenous health and early childhood, as well as culturally responsive policy and practice, in both research and provision of health services. Improving recognition of the critical importance of Indigenous cultural and linguistic expertise in research and service delivery is an ongoing priority.

GROWING UP CHILDREN IN TWO WORLDS PROJECT 

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Research Projects

Current Projects

2016-2019    
Project Leader: Growing up children in two worlds - building Yolŋu skills, knowledge and priorities into early childhood assessment and support.  Funded by Lowitja Insitute.

2018-2020   
Project Leader: Enhancing organizational cultural competence to support effective communication between Aboriginal people and health staff in the Central Australian Health Service. Funded by Central Australian Health Research Grant. 

2017-2018    
The ‘Communicate’ Study: Improving communication in the delivery of health services to Aboriginal people at Royal Darwin Hospital Stage 2.
Menzies  Research Grant.

2018-2019   
Development of a Mental Health Literacy Resource. Menzies Research Grant. 

Testing a culturally responsive stroke rehabilitation service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in a real-world setting in northern Australia. Funded by Hot North; led by JCU.

2015-2019    
Participation of children with disabilities in a remote Top End community.
An exploratory research project funded by the NT Dept. of Health.

2015-2017     
The Communicate Study: Improving communication in the delivery of health service to Aboriginal people at Royal Darwin Hospital
. A CDU-MSHR Collaboration Project.

Recent Projects

2015-2016   
Evaluation Advisor to the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program Whole of Community Engagement Initiative (HEPPP-WCE).

Evaluation of East Arnhem Land Low Income Energy Efficiency Initiative.

2012-2015    
Growing up’ children in two worlds - recognising and building on strengths in two remote Aboriginal communities.  Funded by CDU Faculty Grant.

2011-2014    
Sharing the full and true stories about chronic disease:
facilitating access to, and integration of, knowledge and practice from both the Yolŋu and Western domains to promote improvements in both prevention and management of chronic conditions.  Funded by Department of Health and Ageing.

2012-2013  
Development of a Health Literacy Benchmarking Tool
. NT Department of Health funded consultancy.

2011-2013    
Strengthening Indigenous research and project capacity.
A  partnership between the Research Centre for Health and Wellbeing, CDU and the Yalu Marŋgithinyaraw Indigenous Corporation funded by FaHCSIA.

2009-2010    
Taking control of chronic disease: strengthening communication and education
    strategies supporting self-management for Indigenous consumers. Funded by Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing

2008-2009    
Evaluation of the Katherine Communities for Children Initiative.
Funded by Department of Family, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

2008              
Healthy Breathing and Heart Project (production of DVD for Yolngu)
. Funded by DoHA

Evaluation of the Strong Women Strong Babies Strong Culture Program. Funded by NT Department of Health and Families. 

Publications & Resources

Journal Articles

Carr, J., Lalara, J., Lalara, G., Massey, L., Kenny, N., Pope, K., Clough, A., Lowell, A. & Barker R. (Under review) ‘Staying strong on the inside and outside’ to keep walking and moving around: Perspectives from Aboriginal people with Machado Joseph Disease and their families from the Groote Eylandt Archipelago, Australia. PLOSOne.

Lowell, A., Maypilama, EL., Fasoli, L., Gundjarranbuy, R., Godwin-Thompson, J., Guyula, A., Yunupiŋu, M., Armstrong, E., Garrutju, J. & McEldowney R. (2018) The ‘invisible homeless’: challenges faced by families bringing up their children in a remote Australian Aboriginal community. BMC Public Health. 18:1382 https://rdcu.be/bdQUK

Fasoli, L., Maypilama, L., Lowell, A., Yunupiŋu, M. & Farmer, R. (2018) ‘We’re still being dragged to be white’: Learning from Yolŋu growing up their children in two worlds.  In Pence A. (ed.) Thinking About Pedagogy in Early Education: Pedagogies for Diverse Contexts. Routledge.

Lowell, A., Maypilama, EL., Fasoli, L., Gundjarranbuy, R., Godwin-Thompson, J., Guyula, A., Yunupiŋu, M., Armstrong, E., Garrutju, J. & McEldowney R. (2018) Building Yolŋu Skills, Knowledge, and Priorities into Early Childhood Assessment and Support: Protocol for a Qualitative Study. JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(3):e50n http://www.researchprotocols.org/2018/3/e50/

Ralph, A. P., Lowell, A., Murphy, J., Dias, T., Butler, D., Spain, B., Hughes, J. T., Campbell, L., Bauert, B., Salter, C., Tune, K. & Cass, A.  (2017) Low uptake of Aboriginal interpreters in healthcare: Exploration of current use in Australia's Northern Territory. BMC Health Services Research 17: 733

Buergelt, P. T., Maypilama, L. E., McPhee, J., Dhurrkay, G., Nirrpuranydji, S., Manyturrpuy, S., Wunungmurra, M., Skinner. T., Lowell, A., & Moss, S. (2017). Working together with remote Indigenous communities to facilitate adapting to using energy wisely: Barriers and enablers. Energy Procedia, 121, 262 - 269. doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2017.08.026

Buergelt, P. T., Maypilama, L. E., McPhee, J., Dhurrkay, G., Nirrpuranydji, S., Manyturrpuy, S., Wunungmurra, M., Skinner. T., Lowell, A., & Moss, S. (2017). Housing and overcrowding in remote Indigenous communities: Impacts and solutions from a holistic perspective. Energy Procedia, 121, 270 - 277. doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2017.08.027

Bradley, P., Cunningham, T., Dunn, S., Lowell, A. & Nagel, Tricia. (2017) Secondary analysis of data can inform care delivery for Indigenous women in an acute mental health inpatient unit.  J Ment Health Nurs. 26 (1): 77-87.

Povey, J., Mills, PPJR., Dingwall, KM., Lowell, A., Singer, J., Rotumah, D., Bennett-Levy, J. & Nagel, T. Acceptability of Mental Health Apps for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: A Qualitative Study.  J Med Internet Res 2016;18(3):e60 URL: http://www.jmir.org/2016/3/e60/

Greenstein, C., Lowell, A. and Thomas, D. P. (2016), Improving physiotherapy services to Indigenous children with physical disability: Are client perspectives missed in the continuous quality improvement approach? Aust J Rural Health, 24: 176–181. doi:10.1111/ajr.12258

Smith, J. A., Lowell, A., Street, C. & Larkin, S. (2015) Linking participatory action research and developmental evaluation in Indigenous higher education research: What are the possibilities? Paper for the Australian Association for Research in Education  Australian Education Researcher.

Bradley, P., Dunn, S., Lowell, A. & Nagel, T. Acute mental health service delivery to Indigenous women: What is known?  Int J Ment Health Nurs. 2015 Dec;24(6):471-7

Greenstein, C., Lowell, A. & Thomas, D. (2015) Communication and context are important to Indigenous children with physical disability and their carers at a community-based physiotherapy service: a qualitative study. Journal of Physiotherapy; 62(1):42-47.

Lowell, A., Kildea, S., Liddle, M., Cox, B. & Paterson, B. (2015) Supporting aboriginal knowledge and practice in health care: lessons from a qualitative evaluation of the strong women, strong babies, strong culture program. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth; 2015 Feb 5;15:19.

Lowell, A., Schmitt, D., Ah, Chin W. & Connors, C. (2014) “Health literacy, cultural and communication competence of health care providers: towards an integrated approach in the Northern Territory.” Discussion paper prepared for the NT Department of Health.

Lowell, A, (2013).  ‘From your own thinking you can’t help us’: intercultural collaboration to address inequities in services for Indigenous Australians in response to the World Report on Disability. Invited Commentary. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology. 5(1): 101–105

Lowell, A, Maypilama, L, Yikaniwuy, S, Rrapa, E, Williams, R & Dunn, S (2012). "Hiding the story'': Indigenous consumer concerns about communication related to chronic disease in one remote region of the NT’, International Journal of Speech Language Pathology.  14 (3): 200-208

Lowell, A, Lotfali, M, Kruske S & Malin M. (2012), ‘Response to Trial of a developmental screening tool’, Letter to the Editor. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. 48 (5): 454

Byers, L.  Kulitja, S, Lowell, A. & Kruske, S. (2012) “Hear our stories”: child rearing practices of a remote Australian Aboriginal community. Aust. J. Rural Health 20, 293–297

Cass, A., Lowell, A., Christie, M., Snelling, PL., Flack, M., Marrnganyin, B. & Brown, I. (2002) Sharing the true stories: improving communication between Aboriginal patients and healthcare workers.  Med J Aust. 176(10):466-70.

Lowell, A., Gurimangu, Nyomba. & Yingi (1996) Yolngu ways of helping their children: Communication at home in an Australian Aboriginal Community. Australian Communication Quarterly, Summer 1996/97 pp, 20-22.

Conference Proceedings & Papers

Lowell, A. & Ralph, A. (2018)  Intercultural communication in Indigenous health care: exploring challenges and strategies for improvement. EACH International Conference on Communication in Health Care, Portugal. 4-7 September. 2018.

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L. (2018) et al. EECERA (European Early Childhood Education Research Association) Conference, Budapest, August 28-31, 2018. Oral Presentation: We’re still being dragged to be white’: Learning from Yolŋu growing up children in two worlds

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L. (2018) “Invisible Homeless”: Challenges faced by families bringing up their children in a remote Aboriginal community. Invited presentation. NT Housing Forum, Darwin, March, 2018.

Lowell, A. (2018) Intercultural engagement in Indigenous health care:considering communication and heath literacy.  Invited presentation. Lightouse Project National Forum, Heart Foundation of Australia. Brisbane, March 2018.

Yunupiŋu, M., Lowell, A. & Jenine, Godwin-Thompson. (2017) Growing up children in two worlds: sharing knowledge about early childhood from a remote region of Northern Australia. SNAICC National Conference, Canberra 12-14 September: 2017.

Lowell, A., Guyula, Y., Guyula, A., Fasoli, L., Gundjarranbuy, R., Maypilama, L., Garrutju, G., Godwin-Thompson. J. & McEldowney, R. Growing up children in two worlds: cultural strengths in promoting child development in a remote region of Australia. Oral presentation. Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference, Melbourne, Australia, November 2016.

Buergelt, P. T., Maypilama, L. E., McPhee, J., Dhurrkay, G., Nirrpuranydji, S., Manyturrpuy, S., Wunungmurra, M., Lowell, A. & Moss, S. (2016, November). Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Truly Working Together (Co-creating) to Facilitate Adaptation and Health/Well-being: Barriers and Enablers. Poster presented at the Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Smith, J., Olcay, M., Rossingh, B., Watts, L., Maypilama, L., Tofa, M., Yunupingu, Y., Fraser, P., Hagan, J., Girard, A., Robbins, D., Street, C. & Lowell, A. (2015). Commencing community engagement processes in remote Indigenous settings: acknowledging context and complexity. National Population Health Congress, Hobart, September 2015.

Smith, J. & Lowell, A. (2015). ‘Combining participatory action research with developmental evaluation approaches: do they align?’ National Population Health Congress, Hobart, September 2015.

Smith, J., Lowell, A., Street, C. & Larkin, S. (2015). Linking participatory action research and developmental evaluation in Indigenous higher education research: What are the possibilities? Australian Associated for Research in Education Conference, Fremantle, November, 2015.

Lowell, A. (2015) Intercultural communication in Indigenous health care. Invited presentation. Australian Society of Anaesthetists and the NZ Society of Anaesthetists Combined Scientific Congress, September 2015, Darwin.

Lowell, A. Schmitt, D., Ah Chin, W. & Connors, C. (2014) “Health literacy, cultural and communication competence of health care providers: towards an integrated approach in the Northern Territory.” Equity @ the Centre: Action on Social Determinants of Health. 22nd National Australian Health Promotion Association Conference & 18th Chronic Diseases Network Conference. Alice Springs 4-5 September 2014.

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L. & Gundjarranbuy, R. (2013) Sharing the full and true stories about chronic disease: development of a culturally responsive approach to communication with Indigenous Australians. World Conference on Health Promotion. 25-29th August 2013, Pattaya, Thailand.

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L. (2013) Indigenous health care in Australia: Challenges in communication. International Conference on Communication in Health Care, Abstract: International Conference on Communication in Health Care. St. Andrews Scotland.

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L.  & Batumbil, P. (2011) Workshop: Closing the communication gap in Indigenous health: strategies for improving intercultural practice. Diversity & DevelopmeNT Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Darwin, June 2011.

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L.  & Batumbil, P. (2011) Communication in Remote Indigenous Health Care - Challenges and Strategies. Royal Australian College of Physicians Congress. Darwin. Invited presentation. May 2011.

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L., Yikaniwuy, S., Rrapa, E., Dunn, S., & Williams, R. (2011). Plenary session: Taking control of chronic disease: strengthening communication and education strategies for Indigenous consumers. 14th Annual Chronic Diseases Network Conference, Darwin, 9-10 September 2010.

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L., Yikaniwuy, S., Rrapa, E., Dunn, S., & Williams, R. (2010). Workshop: Communication and education with Indigenous consumers: strategies for improvement. 14th Annual Chronic Diseases Network Conference, Darwin, 9-10 September 2010.

Gurruwiwi, T., Lowell, A., Wirrinywirriny, J. & Yawunydjurr, P. (2006) Mununukunhamirr Rom: A Yolngu Approach to Healing and Solving Problems. Victims of Crime Conference Proceedings: Darwin.

Research Reports

Mitchell, AG., Lowell, A. & Ralph AP. Report on the Patient Educator service at Royal Darwin Hospital, 2001-2009: insights into inter-cultural communication in healthcare. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/304121921. 2016.

Lowell, A., Maypilama, E., Yikaniwuy, S., Rrappa, E., Williams, R. & Dunn, S. (2010). Taking control of chronic disease: strengthening communication and education strategies supporting self-management for Indigenous consumers. Project Report for DoHA.

Lowell, A. & Barclay, L. (2009) The Katherine Region Communities for Children Initiative. A process evaluation: the service providers’ perspective. Unpublished report for FACSIA

Dunbar, T., Benger, N. & Lowell, A. (2009) NT Cultural Security in health and family service sector: Perspectives from Aboriginal people, AMSANT and NTDHF funded consultancy report.

Coulehan, K., Brown, I., Christie, M., Gorham, G., Lowell, A., Marrnganyin, B. & Patel, B. (2005) Sharing the True Stories: Evaluating strategies to improve communication between health staff and Aboriginal patients. Stage 2 report. RCATH: Darwin

Lowell, A., Marrnganyin, B., Brown, I., Snelling, P., Flack, M., Christie, M. & Cass, A. (2005) Sharing the true stories: improving communication between health staff and their Aboriginal clients. Stage 1 Project Report.  CRCATH: Darwin. Project website: www.sharingtruestories.com

Lowell, A., Lawurrpa E. Biritjalawuy D. Health and Education: Exploring the Connections. The Galiwin’ku Story (2003). CRCATH: Darwin.

Lowell, A. (2001) Communication and cultural knowledge in Aboriginal Health Care. Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal and Tropical Health, Darwin. http://www.lowitja.org.au/sites/default/files/docs/Communication_and_Cultural.pdf

Lowell, A., Gurimangu, Nyomba & Yingi. (1996). Communication and learning at home: A preliminary report on Yolngu language socialisation.  In  M. Cooke, (Ed.) Aboriginal Languages in Contemporary Contexts: Yolngu Matha at Galiwin'ku.  DEETYA Project Report .

Lowell, A., Gurimangu, Nyomba & Yingi (1996)  Yolngu ways of helping their children: Communication at home in an Australian Aboriginal Community. Australian Communication Quarterly, Summer 1996/97 pp, 20-22.

Lowell, A. & Garrutju, J. (1996) The Northern Territory Case Study. In  McKay P. (ed.) The Bilingual Interface Project Report : The relationship between first language development and second language acquisition as students begin learning English in the context of schooling. DEETYA:ACT. pp.195-217

Lowell, A., Sawyer, G., Gurimangu, Nyomba & Yingi (1996) The Yolngu Story about Ears, Hearing and Communication.  CD-ROM. AHP-DEETYA.

Lowell, A., Budukulawuy, Gurimangu, Maypilama & Nyomba (1995). Communication and learning in an Aboriginal school: The influence of conductive hearing loss. Aboriginal Child at School 23(4) pp.1-7

Lowell, A. (1994) Project Report: Hearing and learning in four Aboriginal communities. Department of Education, NT.

Lowell, A. (1994)  Communication and learning in an Aboriginal School: the influence of conductive hearing loss. PhD thesis, University of Sydney.

Lowell, A. (1994Communication and learning in an Aboriginal School: the influence of conductive hearing loss (A summary).  Ngoondjuk Editorial Committee, Batchelor College, NT.

Lowell, A. (1993). Otitis media and Australian Aboriginal children: the influence of conductive hearing loss in the classroom. Proceedings of the National Conference on Otitis Media in Childhood, Perth.

Lowell, A. (1993).  Otitis media and classroom communication: the influence of conductive hearing loss on language and learning.  Australian Communication Quarterly, pp.11- 13

Lowell, A. & Nienhuys, T. (1993). The influence of otitis media in an Australian Aboriginal school. Proceedings of the American Speech and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Anaheim, USA.

Other Research Outputs/Multimedia Resources

Websites

  • “Growing up children in two worlds” website – in progress.  This website is based on project findings and is intended as an educational resource for early childhood educators and other stakeholders as well as a repository for cultural knowledge related to early child development and child rearing. http://growingupyolngu.com.au/
  • “Sharing the true stories: improving communication in Aboriginal health care” https://www.cdu.edu.au/centres/stts/home.html. Comprehensive web-based educational resource for health staff working with Aboriginal clients and their families which was developed as a research transfer strategy and based on the findings of the “Sharing True Stories” research project.
  • “Sharing the full and true stories about chronic disease” http://yalu.cdu.edu.au/healthResources/index.html. A collaborative health education resource development and evaluation project conducted as a partnership between CDU and Yalu Marŋgithinyaraw. Twenty videos related to preventing and managing chronic conditions were produced and many other education activities were conducted.

Video Resources

  • Getting serious about communication. RDH-AIS collaboration.  Educational video resource for health staff working with Aboriginal patients and their families. Videos produced in Yolŋu languages in collaboration with Yolŋu teams – Yalu Marŋgiyhinyaraw and Marthakal Homelands Resource Centre.
  • Doṯurrk’puy ga gurrkurr gulaŋpuy dhäwu mala:The story about the heart and blood vessels. This video provides a detailed explanation of the Western medical story about: heart and lung function, circulation, blood pressure and the dangers of high blood pressure; heart failure and heart attack, stroke, and kidney damage from high blood pressure. Yolŋu also share their experiences about the management and consequences of high blood pressure and heart attack. Duration: 66 minutes
  • Diabetespuy Dhäwu – The full story about diabetes (Type 2). Gundjarranbuy discusses the effects of rapid cultural change on the health of Yolŋu. She and Trevor Gurruwiwi then explain the biomedical story about digestion, circulation and cells to provide the necessary conceptual foundation for the following discussion about the work of the pancreas and insulin and how diabetes affects our bodies.Duration: 35 minutes
  • Nhaltjan limurr dhu ŋurruŋu malŋmaram ga gulmaram dhuwali weyinŋumirr rerri? How can we prevent and manage chronic conditions? Residents of Banthula homeland share their knowledge about how Yolŋu can prevent and manage chronic conditions through a healthy lifestyle. They emphasis the importance of regular health checks, even when feeling well, and encourage Yolŋu, particularly young mothers, to make healthy food choices for themselves and their families. Duration: 15 minutes
  • Guyupulyu ga dhäwu ḻakaram Yolŋuw mirrtjin mala – a story about Yolŋu medicine. Guyupul who is a healthworker, educator and expert in Yolŋu traditional medicines describes some Yolŋu treatments for chronic disease. Duration: 3 minutes
  • Dick Munuŋguy ga ḻakaram dhäwu bamanpuy – a story about how Yolŋu stayed healthy in the past. Dick Munuŋgu talks about the lifestyle of Yolŋu in the past and how diet and exercise maintained health. Duration: 14 minutes
  • Garrinbay ga ḻakaram dhäwu ŋathapuy. Garrinbarr provides a detailed account of Yolŋu traditional foods and their benefits for health, recounting her experiences from the past. Duration: 5 minutes
  • Garrutju ga ḻakaram dhäwu diabetespuy: Garrutju talks about her experience with diabetes. Garrutju explains how she manages her diabetes with exercise and diet. Duration: 6 minutes
  • Dhuwandja Dhäwu rumbalpuy ŋaltjan nhe dhu rumbal nhuŋuwuy djämamirriyam.  Yolŋu at Galiwin’ku talk about how exercise can help control diabetes and maintain good health. Duration: 4 minutes
  • Ŋatha ḏamurruŋpuy walŋakunhamirr: Healthy food from the sea. Benydjurrwuy goes hunting and explains the positive benefits of traditional Yolŋu foods from the sea for health. Duration: 15 minutes
  • Dhuwandja Dhäwu Gapupuy: Gapu walŋamirr (The story about life-giving water).  In this video Yolŋu talk about the importance of drinking water, revitalising Yolŋu knowledge about water - from springs, from special trees – as well as encouraging drinking of tap water. The effects of dehydration are also explained. Duration: 17 minutes
  • Part 1. Dhuwandja dhäwu nhaltjan limurruŋ ga ḏinyṯiny djäma. The work of our kidneys
    Part 2. Dhuwandja dhäwu ḏinyṯinypuy rerri. When your kidneys get sick
    Part 3. Nhaltjan limurr dhu ga nhina ŋunhi limurruŋ dhu ḏinyṯiny rerrikthun. Living with kidney disease. These videos are based on resources produced by the NT Department of Health (books with text in English) and have been made more accessible to Yolŋu through the addition of a soundtrack in Yolŋu language on video and combined on one DVD. Yolŋu spoken language – some English text.
  • Nhaltjan ŋuli ga waymiy nhanany rumbal buma? Sharing the full and true stories about marijuana.  Trevor Gurruwiwi and the Muṉuṉukunhamirr Rom team provide a detailed account of how marijuana affects the brain and use role-plays to illustrate the effects on the lives of Yolŋu. Subtitles in English have been added and this video reproduced as part of the current project. Spoken Yolŋu language; English subtitles.
  • Bamburruŋburruŋ Dhäwu – The Brain Story.  In this video a number of Yolŋu talk about the importance of drinking water, revitalising Yolŋu knowledge about water - from springs, from special trees – as well as encouraging drinking of tap water. The effects of dehydration are also explained and encouragement given to monitor the colour of urine as an indicator of fluid consumption. Spoken Yolŋu language

Keynote Presentations

Lowell, A. & Maypilama, L. (2018) OMOZ  (Otitis Media Australia) Conference 2018 : Closing the Gap with Hearing, Darwin, August 14-16. Invited keynote: Beyond the middle ear: considering cultural and contextual influences supporting Aboriginal children’s development.

Lowell, A. (2014) Elaine Maypilama and Rosemary Gundjarranbuy, Invited Keynote:“Räl-manapanmirr djäma: communication and collaboration in Indigenous health education.” Equity @ the Centre: Action on Social Determinants of Health. 22nd National Australian Health Promotion Association Conference & 18th Chronic Diseases Network Conference. Alice Springs 4-5 September 2014.

Lowell, A., Maypilama, L. & Batumbil, P. (2011) Keynote: Closing the communication gap in Indigenous health: working together to improve practice and outcomes. Diversity & DevelopmeNT Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Darwin, June 2011.

Contacts

T: 08 8946 6297
E: Anne.lowell@cdu.edu.au

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