Miscellaneous Reports

These Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health reports cover a broad range of topics. They include methodological issues relating to the conduct of a longitudinal project, as well as reports on particular health issues.

2011

  • Tooth L, Hockey R, Dobson A, Treloar S & McClintock C. Needs of spouse carers of World War II veterans before and after widowhood. Report prepared for Department of Veterans Affairs, May 2011. (Report 167).
  • Trinh L, Broadbent A & Reynolds A. Diabetes and poor mental health and wellbeing Report prepared for Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, June 2011. (Report 162).

2010

  • Tooth L, Hockey R, Dobson A, Treloar S & McClintock C. Needs of spouse carers of World War II veterans before and after widowhood. Report prepared for Department of Veterans Affairs, December 2010. (Report 166).
  • Tooth L, Hockey R, Dobson A, Treloar S & McClintock C. Needs of spouse carers of World War II veterans before and after widowhood. Report prepared for Department of Veterans Affairs, May 2010. (Report 165).

2009

2007

  • Parkinson L, Byles J, Gibson R & Robinson I Women and arthritis: The burden of suffereing for older Australian women. Report prepared for Hunter Medical Research Institute, March 2007. (Report 143).
  • Byles J, Robinson I, Gibson R, Parkinson L, Loxton D & Young A. Depression among women in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health Report prepared for Hunter Medical Research Institute, March 2007. (Report 142).
  • Watson M, Lucke J & Dobson A. Service use and the impact of family caregiving on Mid-aged women from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. Pilot Sub-study Report. Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, October 2007. (Report 141).
  • Berecki J, Lucke J, Hockey R & Dobson A. Changes in Caring Roles and Employment in Mid-Life: Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, July 2007. (Report 140).
  • Parkinson L, Byles J, Gibson R, Robinson I. Women & arthritis: The burden of suffering for older Australian women. Report prepared for Arthritis Australia, June 2007. (Report 138).
  • ALSWH. Executive Summary: Trends in women's health: Results from the ALSWH - chronic conditions, risk factors and health behaviours. Report prepared for The Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, January 2007. (Report 134).
  • Warner-Smith P, Powers J & Hampson A. Women's experiences of paid work and planning for retirement. Report prepared for Office for Women, Australian Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, January 2007. (Report 133).
  • Warner-Smith P, Powers J & Hampson A. Women's experiences of paid work and planning for retirement. Report prepared for Office for Women, Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, January 2007. (Report 132).

2006

2005

  • Loxton D, Powers J, Young A & Wood A. Report on the provision of data to the Office for Women. Report prepared for Office for Women, Department of Family and Community Services, November 2005. (Report 117).
  • Loxton D & Bryson L. The physical, social and economic health and wellbeing of women with dependent children, following relationship breakdown. Abbreviated Report. Report prepared for Office for Women, Department of Family and Community Services, July 2005. (Report 116).
  • Ford J, Dobson A, Young A, Wheway V & Powers J. Changes report 2: Examples from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health for analysing longitudinal data. Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, June 2005. (Report 113).

2004

  • Bell S, Ford J, Lee C, Russell A & Svensson A. Changes report: Transition in selected variables, surveys 1, 2 & 3. Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, December 2004. (Report 106).
  • Young A & Powers J. Australian women and alcohol consumption 1996-2003. Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, November 2004. (Report 104).
  • Ford J, Lee C, Svensson A & Warner-Smith P. Paid work, time use, demographics and health: Analyses from the mid age cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, November 2004. (Report 103).
  • Loxton D, Warner-Smith P & Young A. The physical social and economic health and wellbeing of women with dependent children, following relationship breakdown. Report prepared for Technical report prepared for Health and Well-being Section, Office of the Status of Women, Department of Prime minister & Cabinet, August 2004. (Report 102).
  • Powers J & Howlett M. Report on selected variables from survey 2 of the younger, mid aged & older cohorts of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Report prepared for Women's Health in the North, July 2004. (Report 101).
  • Parker G, Loxton D, Svensson A, Lee C, Warner-Smith P & Young A. "Stay strong, and never accept it as a way of life." Australian women's experiences of abuse and life after abuse. Report prepared for Office of the Status of Women, May 2004. (Report 100).
  • Miller Y. Characteristics of Australian women with incontinence according to incontinence severity and treatment-seeking behaviour: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Report prepared for Eli Lily, March 2004. (Report 091).
  • Russell A. Illicit Drug Responses – Young Survey 2: Excluding responses to items on use of analgesics and steroids. March 2004.
  • Smith N & Ford J. SES Variables for the ALSWH – Young Cohort Survey 2: Short Descriptive Paper. 2004.
  • Powers J. Comparison of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health cohorts with women of the same age in the 2001 Census.

2003

  • Taft A, Watson L & Lee C. Violence against young Australian women and reproductive health: cross sectional and transitional analyses of surveys 1 & 2, younger cohort, ALSWH. Appendix 1 & 2. Report prepared for Office of the Status of Women, September 2003. (Report 085).
  • Taft A, Watson L & Lee C. Violence against young Australian women and reproductive health: Cross sectional and transitional analyses of surveys 1 & 2, younger cohort, ALSWH. Report prepared for Office of the Status of Women, September 2003. (Report 084).

2002

  • Miller Y. Incontinence substudy of The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health: Willingness to pay for treatment. Report prepared for, November 2002. (Report 069).
  • Grove N & Dobson A. Report on the suggested expansion of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health to include additional Indigenous women living in urban areas. Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health & Ageing, November 2002. (Report 068).
  • Lee C, Johnson C & Chiarelli P. Women's waterworks: Managing early stress incontinence through women's health clinics. Report prepared for FPA Health, August 2002. (Report 067).
  • McDermott L, Russell A & Dobson A. Cigarette smoke among women in Australia. Report prepared for National Tobacco Strategy, February 2002. (Report 064).

2001

  • ALSWH. Screening participant rates on non-English speaking backgrounds: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Report prepared for Breastscreen Queensland and Queensland Health, November 2001. (Report 059).
  • Russell A, Dobson A & McDermott L. Smoking patterns in young women: Evidence from The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Report prepared for National Tobacco Strategy, June 2001. (Report 056).
  • Brown W, Miller Y, Smith N, Chiarelli P, Russell A & Dobson A. Report on incontinence in Australian women: Following up participants in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health who reported 'leaking urine' in 1996. Report prepared for National Continence Management Strategy, Federal Department of Health and Aged Care, January 2001. (Report 051).

2000

  • Smith N. Changes in physical and mental health associated with urinary incontinence in older Australian women. Report prepared November 2000. (Report 048).
  • ALSWH. Ad hoc analyses for the Office for Older Australians: Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Report prepared for Office for Older Australians, September 2000. (Report 047).