|Participatory simulation modelling to inform public health policy and practice: rethinking the evidence hierarchies|
E O’Donnell, JA Atkinson, L Freebairn, L Rychetnik
Journal of public health policy 38 (2), 203-215, 2017
|Simulation modelling as a tool for knowledge mobilisation in health policy settings: a case study protocol|
L Freebairn, J Atkinson, P Kelly, G McDonnell, L Rychetnik
Health research policy and systems 14 (1), 71, 2016
|Dynamic simulation modelling of policy responses to reduce alcohol-related harms: rationale and procedure for a participatory approach|
JA Atkinson, E O'Donnell, J Wiggers, G McDonnell, J Mitchell, L Freebairn, ...
Public Health Research and Practice 27 (1), 2017
|Contribution of maternal overweight and obesity to the occurrence of adverse pregnancy outcomes|
Z Yang, H Phung, L Freebairn, R Sexton, A Raulli, P Kelly
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 59 (3), 367-374, 2019
|Knowledge mobilisation for policy development: implementing systems approaches through participatory dynamic simulation modelling|
L Freebairn, L Rychetnik, JA Atkinson, P Kelly, G McDonnell, N Roberts, ...
Health research policy and systems 15 (1), 83, 2017
|Positive impact of a long‐running urban Aboriginal medical service midwifery program|
R Wong, A Herceg, C Patterson, L Freebairn, A Baker, P Sharp, ...
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 51 (6), 518-522, 2011
|Harnessing advances in computer simulation to inform policy and planning to reduce alcohol-related harms|
JA Atkinson, D Knowles, J Wiggers, M Livingston, R Room, A Prodan, ...
International journal of public health 63 (4), 537-546, 2018
|Decision makers’ experience of participatory dynamic simulation modelling: methods for public health policy|
L Freebairn, JA Atkinson, PM Kelly, G McDonnell, L Rychetnik
BMC medical informatics and decision making 18 (1), 131, 2018
|Can the target set for reducing childhood overweight and obesity be met? A system dynamics modelling study in New South Wales, Australia|
N Roberts, V Li, JA Atkinson, M Heffernan, G McDonnell, A Prodan, ...
Systems Research and Behavioral Science 36 (1), 36-52, 2019
|Reducing Childhood Overweight and Obesity: Can the target be reached by 2025?|
M Heffernan, JA Atkinson, G McDonnell, N Roberts, V Li, L Freebairn, ...
Proceedings of the 35th International Conference of the System Dynamics …, 2017
|Multi-scale Simulation Modeling for Prevention and Public Health Management of Diabetes in Pregnancy and Sequelae|
Y Qin, L Freebairn, JA Atkinson, W Qian, A Safarishahrbijari, ND Osgood
International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling …, 2019
|Turning conceptual systems maps into dynamic simulation models: An Australian case study for diabetes in pregnancy|
L Freebairn, JA Atkinson, ND Osgood, PM Kelly, G McDonnell, ...
PloS one 14 (6), 2019
|Participatory simulation modelling to inform public health policy and practice: Rethinking the evidence hierarchies|
JAM Atkinson, L Freebairn, E O'Donnell, L Rychetnik
Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
|" Stopping before you start": reducing and preventing initiation of tobacco use in the ACT|
L Freebairn, K Kreuger, C Watson, Z Yang, A Prodan, KI Graham, ...
Proceedings of MODSIM2019, 23rd International Congress on Modelling and …, 2019
|“Turning mirrors into windows”: A study of participatory dynamic simulation modelling to inform health policy decisions|
|Knowledge mobilisation for policy development: Implementing systems approaches through participatory dynamic simulation modelling|
JAM Atkinson, L Freebairn, P Kelly, G McDonnell, S Redman, N Roberts, ...
BioMed Central Ltd., 2017
|Results part 3: Decision makers’ experience of participatory dynamic simulation modelling methods for public health policy|
L Freebairn, J Atkinson, PM Kelly, G McDonnell, L Rychetnik