Analyses

The following is a list of past and present analyses conducted with data from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health:
 

2014   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A520 Does Childhood trauma predict mortality and disability outcomes in women aged over 70 Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Margot Schofield
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Lynette Evans
et al
A518 The influence of perceived stress on the onset of type 2 diabetes in women Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Melissa Harris
Prof John Attia
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Judy Luu
et al
A516 Quality of life as a function of diabetes in Australian women: 1996-2010 Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Ms Sungwon Chang
Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Patricia Davidson
A510 Recruiting young women to a longitudinal health study in the 21st century Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Stephanie Pease
Mr Ryan Tuckerman
Natalie Townsend
et al
A509 Depression and driving cessation in older women. Synopsis Professor Nancy Pachana
Professor Nancy Pachana
Dr Paul Gardiner
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Ms Janni Leung
A508 Age at menopause and premature mortality. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Lee Jones
Ms Ariel Lackoff
A504 How does optimal BMI change with increasing age? Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
A503 Consent to data linkage in women aged 18-23 in 2012-13 Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Mrs Anna Graves
Mr Ryan Tuckerman
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A502 Using information technology and social networking for recruitment of young women aged 18-23 years: representativeness and response rates. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Mr Richard Hockey
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Sheree Harris
et al
A498 'Taking time to listen'; A longitudinal thematic analysis of women in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ASLWH) 1921-1926 cohort, who were widowed at baseline survey in 1996. Synopsis Dr Meredith Tavener
Ms Robyn Kennaugh
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Meredith Tavener
Mrs Peta Forder
A483 Improving the detection of disadvantaged Australians at high risk of cardiovascular disease Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Kathryn Backholer
Prof Mark Woodward
Dr Dianna Magliano
Dr Anna Peeters
et al
A481A Investigating predictors of multimorbidity trajectories and patterns in mid-aged women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Caroline Jackson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Annette Dobson
A353A Long term risk of alcohol consumption across generations Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Jennifer Powers
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Amy Anderson
et al
A240B PCOS in Australian women: A chronic illness with psychological, reproductive and metabolic features. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Helena Teede
Dr Anju Joham
Mr Eldho Paul
Dr Lisa Moran
et al
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Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A511 Prevalence of psychological distress in 18-23 year olds 1996 and 2012-13 Synopsis Professor Nancy Pachana
Professor Nancy Pachana
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Miss Katherine De Maria
Mr Richard Hockey
A501 Differences in physical health symptoms among young women born in 1989-95 and 1973-78 Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Mr Richard Hockey
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Sheree Harris
et al
A500 Then and now differences in socio-demographic characteristics among young women born in 1989-95 and 1973-78. Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Mr Richard Hockey
Ms Sheree Harris
Prof Gita Mishra
A499 ALSWH Pilot study for the New Young Cohort of women aged 18-23 in 2012-13 Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Stephanie Pease
Mr Ryan Tuckerman
Prof Annette Dobson
A496 Access to and use of health services and health information by women in the New Young Cohort in 2013. Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jayne Lucke
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
A495 Comparison of violence among 18-23 year old women in 1996 and 2012-13 Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Sheree Harris
Ms Amy Anderson
et al
A494 How to recruit and retain a new cohort of women aged 18-23 years for an online longitudinal survey. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Rosie Mooney
Mrs Clare Thomson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Meredith Tavener
A493 Comparison of health behaviours of 18-23 year olds 1996 and 2012-13 Synopsis Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Jennifer Powers
Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Gita Mishra
et al
A492 The experience of breastfeeding for women with chronic health conditions Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Dr Melissa Harris
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Mrs Peta Forder
et al
A491 Widowhood and mental health Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Julie Byles
Mr Richard Hockey
A490 Anxiety and depression, jointly & singly Synopsis Prof Christina Lee
Dr Libby Holden
Prof Christina Lee
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Annette Dobson
A488 Prevalence and treatment of poor mental health over 15 years: findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Libby Holden
Mr Richard Hockey
Professor Nancy Pachana
et al
A487 The influence of falls on the physical and mental wellbeing in older women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Geeske Peeters
Ms Nathasja Bootsman
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Mark Jones
A486 Effect of weight and physical activity on incident hypertension Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Caroline Jackson
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
681 Joint effects of Physical activity and BMI on risk of Hypertension in women: a Longitudinal study. 2014
A485 Physical activity, pain medication and (joint) pain in women with arthritis Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Paul Kubler
A484 Has the national paid parental scheme increased the duration of breastfeeding? Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Alexis Hure
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Prof Julie Byles
A482 Psychological well-being in older rural women Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Mr Richard Hockey
Professor Nancy Pachana
A481 Investigating socioeconomic and lifestyle predictors of multimorbidity patterns in mid-aged women. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Caroline Jackson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Annette Dobson
A480 Predictive ability of DII with various outcomes in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Professor James Hebert
Nitin Shivappa
A/Prof Susan Steck
Mr Tom Hurley
A478 Frailty in older women Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Paul Gardiner
Prof Annette Dobson
Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Gita Mishra
et al
A477 Statin use and adverse outcomes Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Mark Jones
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Susan Tett
et al
A476 A qualitative analysis of attributes toward health cognitive ageing Synopsis Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Cynthia Forlini
A475 The role of socio-demographic factors in explaining the heterogeneity in the timing of first and subsequent childbirths. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
A474 Social support and general health over time Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Dr Libby Holden
Prof Christina Lee
Mr Richard Hockey
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
et al
A473 Modelling data with ceiling or floor effects Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Dr Libby Holden
Dr Robert Ware
Dr Mark Jones
A471 Longitudinal association of diet quality and depressive symptoms in mature age-women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Miss Jun Lai
Prof John Attia
Dr Alexis Hure
Mr Mark McEvoy
A470 A cluster analysis of behavioural strategies associated with weight change: a longitudinal analysis Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Miss Claire Madigan
Dr Amanda Daley
Prof Paul Aveyard
Dr Enamul Kabir
A469A The causes and consequences of hysterectomy Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Louise Wilson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Julie Byles
A469 The causes and consequences of hysterectomy Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Louise Wilson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Julie Byles
A468 Population-level relevance of risk factors for cancer Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Maarit Laaksonen
A/Prof Karen Canfell
Dr Claire Vajdic
Dr Robert MacInnis
et al
A467 Physical activity and surgery risk in mid-aged women. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Toby Pavey
Dr Tracy Kolbe-Alexander
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Wendy Brown
A466 Sitting time and chronic conditions in mid-aged women Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Toby Pavey
Dr Bronwyn Clark
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Wendy Brown
A465 Physical activity and optimism across the adult life-span Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Toby Pavey
Dr Nicola Burton
Prof Wendy Brown
A464 The longitudinal impact of disordered eating on middle-age women Synopsis Prof Christina Lee
Dr Kate Fairweather-Schmidt
Prof Tracey Wade
A463 Longitudinal changes in sitting time in younger and mid-aged Australian women. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Bronwyn Clark
Dr Geeske Peeters
Dr Toby Pavey
Dr Ms Sjaan Gomersall
A462 Identifying multimorbidity clusters in older women and their relationship to activities of daily living, general health, mortality and health service use. Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Caroline Jackson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Mark Jones
et al
A461 Longitudinal patterns of multimorbidity clusters in mid-aged women in ALSWH Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Caroline Jackson
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Dr Libby Holden
A460 Lifestyle, anthropometric and health predictors of primary and revision joint replacement surgery. Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Stephen Graves
et al
A459 Dietary patterns and risk of joint problems. Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Dr Geeske Peeters
A457 Longitudinal data analysis in the presence of non-ignorable missing responses and covariates: An application assessing sleeping pattern data in the old and mid cohort. Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Ms Lucy Leigh
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Irene Hudson
Dr Silvia Liverani
A455 Social patterning in weight trajectories in relation to pregnancy event Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Natalie Holowko
Prof Ilona Koupil
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Dr Mark Jones
A454 Heterogeneity in selected health symptoms and menopause transition Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Geeske Peeters
A452 The interaction of social support and physical activity on obesity over 12-years in mid-aged and younger women Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Toby Pavey
Dr Nicola Burton
Prof Wendy Brown
A451 Profiles of vasomotor menopausal symptoms and risk of diabetes Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
A450 Dietary patterns and incidence of stroke among mid-age women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Caroline Jackson
A449 Effect of diagnosis of heart disease on physical activity behaviour of middle-aged women. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Ms Manon Dontje
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Cees van der Schans
et al
A448 Is statin use associated with symptomatic arthritis? Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Susan Tett
et al
A447 The role of physical activity in the onset of joint pain in mid-age women Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Martijn Pisters
A446 Sitting time and risk of cardiovascular disease Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Caroline Jackson
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
615 Self-reported sitting time is not associated with incidence of cardiovascular disease in a population-based cohort of mid-aged women. 2013
A445 Applying computational stylistics to the words women use Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Hugh Craig
Prof Julie Byles
Mr Kim Colyvas
A/Prof Alison Ferguson
et al
A444 Hospital use of women 85+ Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Dr Lynn Francis
Ms Isobel Hubbard
et al
A439A Dietary patterns and gestational hypertension and gestational diabetes risk Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Danielle Schoenaker
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Dr Sabita Soedamah-Muthu
et al
A415A Proton pump inhibitor use and subsequent prescribing of anti-osteoporosis medication Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Susan Tett
Ms Marielle Van der Hoorn
et al
A312A Assessing alcohol use in pregnant women using data from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Amy Anderson
Ms Jennifer Powers
Mrs Peta Forder
et al
533 Determinants of pregnant womens compliance with alcohol guidelines: a prospective cohort study. 2012
620 Predictors of antenatal alcohol use among Australian women: a prospective cohort study. 2013
698 Risky drinking patterns are being continued into pregnancy: A prospective cohort study. 2014
A297A Uptake of permanent or long-acting methods of contraception among Australian women. Synopsis Prof Jayne Lucke
Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Ms Suzanne Dixon
616 Area of residence is associated with Australian women’s uptake of long-acting contraception. 2013
684 Higher uptake of LARC and permanent contraceptive methods by Australian women living in rural and remote areas. 2014
A293A Association of fresh meat with vegetable intake Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Amanda Patterson
Mr Mark McEvoy
Dr Lesley MacDonald-Wicks
Ms Carmen Yee
500 Higher unprocessed red meat, chicken and fish intake is associated with a higher vegetable intake in mid-age non-vegetarian women. 2012
A261B The Australian Diabetes and Cancer Collaboration Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Dianna Magliano
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Anna Peeters
Dr Guy Fagherazzi
et al
A257A Predictors of attrition in the 1921-26 cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Paul Gardiner
Prof Annette Dobson
Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Gita Mishra
et al
A254C Predicting health system costs in relation to adverse birth outcomes Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Michael Martin
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jananie Theiveyanathan
Dr Catherine Chojenta
et al
A248B Application of linguistic measures to free text comments. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Elizabeth Spencer
A/Prof Alison Ferguson
Prof Hugh Craig
Mr Kim Colyvas
et al
A200A Population risk attributable to major heart disease risk factors across the lifespan. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Toby Pavey
Prof Adrian Bauman
2012   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A443 A history of abuse: Impact on physical and mental health outcomes in mid-aged women carers. Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Mr Pablo Ferreira Valenzuela
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
A442 Validation and Correlates of MOS Social Support 6 Item Short Form Measure, and associations with mental health Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Dr Libby Holden
Prof Christina Lee
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
A441 Exploration of dietary/nutritional predictors associated with bone health. Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Lesley MacDonald-Wicks
Dr Amanda Patterson
Mr Mark McEvoy
Mrs Lindy Gallagher
A440 Exploring the dietary patterns of Australian women: Estimated dietary patterns for Sydney using a geodemographic classification. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Michelle Morris
Dr Caroline Jackson
Prof Annette Dobson
A439 Dietary patterns and gestational hypertension and gestational diabetes risk Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Danielle Schoenaker
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Dr Sabita Soedamah-Muthu
et al
A438 Hypertension: What are the self-care and Health seeking behaviours in women over time? Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Patricia Davidson
Dr Louise Hickman
A437 The characteristics of Australian women who consult with a midwife Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Caroline Homer
Christine Catling-Paull
Professor David Sibbritt
642 The profile of women who consult midwives in Australia. 2013
A436 Longitudinal analysis of time stress in younger and mid-aged Australian women. Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Dr Meredith Tavener
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Mrs Peta Forder
Dr Tamara Blakemore
et al
A435 Longitudinal analysis of the predictors and antecedents of antenatal depression Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jayne Lucke
Mrs Peta Forder
A434 Validity of self-reported stroke among mid- and old-age women in ALSWH Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Caroline Jackson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
650 Agreement between self-reported stroke and hospital-recorded stroke in two cohorts of Australian women. 2013
A433 Lifestyle clusters and cardiovascular disease Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Dr Caroline Jackson
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
A432 Vasomotor menopausal symptoms and risk of cardiovascular disease Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
A431 ALSWH – Chronic disease and workforce participation patterns in young and middle age women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Tazeen Majeed
Mrs Peta Forder
Prof Gita Mishra
A430 Fish intakes in younger Australian women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Linda Cobiac
Associate Professor Michelle Miller
Ms Lily Chan
Prof Campbell Thompson
et al
A429 Disordered eating in adolescence and young adulthood and its consequences for BMI trajectory in midlife Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Ilona Koupil
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Ms Natalie Holowko
A428 Social patterning of disordered eating from childhood to young adult age Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Ilona Koupil
Prof Gita Mishra
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Ms Amy Heshmati
et al
A427 Epidemiology of menstrual symptoms and their impact on healthcare use and QoL Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Hong Ju
Dr Mark Jones
A426 Is a simple happiness question a reliable indicator of successful ageing? Synopsis A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Mr Richard Hockey
Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Janni Leung
A425 Longitudinal changes in maternal diet Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Ellie Gresham
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Alexis Hure
Prof Gita Mishra
et al
A424 Dose response relationships between physical activity, walking and health-related quality of life in clinically depressed mid-aged and older women Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Dr Nicola Burton
Ms Yolanda Van Gellecum
A422 Predictors of stroke among mid-age and old-age women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Caroline Jackson
Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Ms Isobel Hubbard
et al
611 Depression and risk of stroke in mid-age women: a prospective longitudinal study. 2013
631 Depression and risk of stroke in mid-age women: a prospective longitudinal study. 2013
632 Educational and homeownership inequalities in the incidence of stroke: a longitudinal study of mid-aged women in Australia. 2013
A421 The role of sleeping difficulties in the subsequent development of depression and anxiety in young women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Melinda Jackson
Prof Dorothy Bruck
Assoc.Prof. Neil Diamond
Dr Ewa Sztendur
et al
A420 Patterns of general practice chronic disease management health service use among women with chronic disease Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Caroline Jackson
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
A419 What is the role of nurses in Primary Health Care? Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Jane Maguire
Ms Rebecca Gaston
Dr Patrick McElduff
A418 Iron deficiency, general and mental health and fatigue in young women from the ALSWH Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Amanda Patterson
Ms Alecia Greig
Ms Jennifer Powers
Prof Clare Collins
et al
A417 Changes in use of osteoporosis medication over the past decade: influences of guidelines, availability and policy Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Susan Tett
Dr Emma Duncan
A416 A life-course perspective on physical functioning Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gavin Turrell
Prof Dorly Deeg
640 A life-course perspective on physical functioning in women. 2013
A415 Proton pump inhibitor use and subsequent prescribing of anti-osteoporosis medication Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Susan Tett
et al
A414 InterLACE: International collaboration for a life course approach to reproductive health and chronic disease events. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Professor Debra Anderson
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Jemma Rowlands
et al
659 InterLACE: A new International Collaboration for a Life Course Approach to Women's Reproductive Health and Chronic Disease Events. 2013
A413 Oestrogen exposure index (OEI) for post-menopausal women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Danielle Herbert
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Dr Geeske Peeters
et al
A412 Waist circumference, body mass index and health risk Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
et al
A411 Rurality, vulnerability and intimate partner violence Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Rafat Hussain
DR Saifur Rahman
Gina Dillon
Dr Eva Kibele
A410 Vasomotor menopausal symptoms and risk of breast cancer Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Prof Yvonne Van der Schouw
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Johanneke van den Berg
680 Vasomotor menopausal symptoms are not associated with incidence of breast cancer in a population-based cohort of mid-aged women. 2014
A409 The relationship between physical activity intensity and health in mid-aged women. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Toby Pavey
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Adrian Bauman
641 Does vigorous physical activity provide additional benefits beyond those of moderate 2013
A408 The relationship between sitting time and mortality in mid-aged and older women. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Toby Pavey
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Wendy Brown
A407 Meta-analysis to quantify both the combined and independent association of physical activity and BMI with diabetes type II incidence. Prof Wendy Brown
Laura Cloostermans
Dr Wanda Wendel-Vos
Dr Wanda Bemelmans
A406 The relationships between waist circumference and health service costs: are the current waist circumference cut-points appropriate? Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Alexis Hure
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
et al
A405 Difference in dietary patterns amongst cancer survivors in rural versus metropolitan regions A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Clare Collins
Dr Alexis Hure
Dr Leanne Brown
Ms Jennifer Potter
694 Diet quality of Australian breast cancer survivors: a cross sectional analysis from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2014
A404 Sitting, physical activity and direct health care and pharmaceutical costs in mid-age and older women. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Paul Gardiner
690 Health care costs associated with prolonged sitting and inactivity. 2014
A403 Exploring the antecedents and predictors of termination of pregnancy (TOP) in the 1973-78 cohort of ALSWH Synopsis Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Angela Taft
Prof Jayne Lucke
Prof Danielle Mazza
Mr Paul Agius
et al
A402 Number of ALSWH participants who have had joint replacement surgery. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
A401 Medication use and mental health in older Australian women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Mrs Maha Alsalami
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Milton Hasnat
Mr Mark McEvoy
et al
A400 Partnering & parenting: Effects on changes on physical activity and changes in BMI Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Mr Richard Hockey
A398 Impact of persistent constipation on health related quality of life and mortality in older community dwelling women. A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Natasha Koloski
Prof Nicholas Talley
A/Prof Mike Jones
et al
557 Impact of persistent constipation on health related quality of life and mortality in older community dwelling women. 2013
A397 Differential contribution of fruit and vegetable intake to general health in the ALSWH Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Seema Mihrshahi
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Ariel Lackoff
A396 What are the determinants of sedentary behaviour over a 10 year period in young Australian women? Prof Wendy Brown
Ms Leonie Uijtdewilligen
Dr Amika Singh
Prof Jos Twisk
A/Prof Mai China A Paw
et al
651 Biological, socio-demographic, work and lifestyle determinants of sitting in young adult women: A prospective cohort study. 2014
A395 The development of iron deficiency in Australian women Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Amanda Patterson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Mr Mark McEvoy
et al
A394 Bidirectional association between smoking and depressive symptoms. Observational longitudinal data used to emulate randomized clinical trial. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Liliana Orellana
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
A392 Risk factors for self-harm Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Mike Jones
A/Prof Jennifer Hudson
Ms Sarah Stanford
A391 Diet and risk of vasomotor menopausal symptoms Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Prof Annette Dobson
637 Fruit, mediterranean-style, and high-fat and sugar diets are associated with the risk of night sweats and hot flushes in midlife: results from a prospective cohort study. 2013
A390 Stress as a mediator of socioeconomic inequalities in weight gain and obesity risk Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Professor Kylie Ball
A389 Stroke impact in Older Australian Women: A cohort study using self-reported longitudinal data Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Ms Isobel Hubbard
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Christopher Levi
Ms Jenni White
et al
A388 Adherence to screening guidelines for mid-age women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Lucy Leigh
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
655 Adherence to recommended health checks by women in mid-life: A prospective study of women across Australia. 2014
A387 What best explains Australian women's demand for health services: age, disease or risk factors? Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Erika Langham
Dr Lennert Veerman
Prof Peter Brooks
Dr Maria Donald
A378 Oestrogen exposure index (OEI) for reproductive-aged women and their health-related quality of life Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Danielle Herbert
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Christina Lee
et al
A359 Late life decline in mental health: patterns, predictors and perspectives from older Australian women. Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Professor Nancy Pachana
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
et al
A333A An observational study of the discrediting of COX-2 NSAIDs in Australia: Vioxx or class effect? Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Samantha McKenzie
Dr Susan Jordan
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Susan Tett
et al
A331A Emerging Adulthood, Life Transitions, and Wellbeing Synopsis Prof Christina Lee
Dr Libby Holden
Dr Robert Ware
Mr Richard Hockey
A267A Neighbourhood, geographic location & health. A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Ms Sue Conrad
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
A254B Predicting health system costs in relation to adverse birth outcomes. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Michael Martin
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Jananie Theiveyanathan
et al
A183A Overweight, obesity, and urinary incontinence: the effects of modest weight change: Results from The ALSWH Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Jemma Rowlands
Ms Megan Barker
663 Depression, childhood sexual abuse, and the incidence of urinary incontinence symptoms among young Australian women. 2013
A158B Use and costs of a polypill for primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease in Australian women. Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
Prof Chris Doran
Dr Chris Wallick
Dr Andrew Searles
et al
589 Assessing Patterns of Use of Cardio-Protective Polypill Component Medicines in Australian Women. 2013
A133D Incident Osteoarthritis in a cohort of baby boomer women: Management and outcomes in the Australian community Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Gillian Caughey
et al
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Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A386 Causes of vasomotor menopausal symptoms in midlife Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Danielle Herbert
et al
595 Risk factors for night sweats and hot flushes in midlife: results from a prospective cohort study. 2013
A385 Vasomotor menopausal symptoms and risk of cardiovascular disease Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Gerrie-Cor Gast
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Danielle Herbert
et al
A384 Salutogenesis and trajectories of ageing. Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Cassie Curryer
Mr Richard Gibson
Dr Meredith Tavener
et al
A383 Achieving Healthy Ageing: The Impact of Lifestyle Factors on Longevity and Health in Later Life. Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Lucy Leigh
Mrs Peta Forder
et al
A382 A descriptive analysis of those that write free text comments collected by the ALSWH Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jane Rich
Dr Catherine Chojenta
624 Quality, Rigour and Usefulness of Free-Text Comments Collected by a Large Population Based Longitudinal Study - ALSWH. 2013
A381 Omega 3 intake in a representative sample of Australian women, and its relationship to key indicators of mental health and wellbeing. Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Lesley MacDonald-Wicks
Dr Amanda Patterson
Mr Mark McEvoy
Ms Clare Daley
et al
A380 A qualitative analysis of unplanned pregnancy and access to contraception among the 1973-78 cohort. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Ms Suzanne Dixon
617 “As many options as there are, there are just not enough for me”: A qualitative analysis of contraceptive use and barriers to access among Australian women. 2013
A379 Exploring the relationships between sitting time and symptoms in mid-age women. Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Dr Nicola Burton
596 Associations between sitting time and a range of symptoms in mid-age women. 2013
A377 Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts in women providing unpaid care Synopsis Professor Nancy Pachana
Dr Siobhan O'Dwyer
Prof Wendy Moyle
Dr Susan Barrett
607 Feeling that life is not worth living (death thoughts) among middle-aged, Australian women providing unpaid care. 2014
A376 Healthcare resources use in older Australian women with Arthritis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Mr Thomas Lo
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Michelle Cunich
et al
A374 The use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for back pain by women across Australia. Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Jon Adams
A/Prof Alexander Broom
Mr Vijayendra Murthy
638 Consultations with complementary and alternative medicine practitioners amongst wider care options for back pain: a study of a nationally representative sample of 1,310 Australian women aged 60–65 years. 2014
685 Self-prescribed complementary and alternative medicine use for back pain amongst a range of care options: Results from a nationally representative sample of 1310 women aged 60-65 years 2014
A373 A qualitative analysis of the use of Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM) in relation to health status and health service utilisation by women who are pregnant or have recently given birth. Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Jon Adams
A/Prof Alexander Broom
Mrs Jane Frawley
A372 Patterns of (a) physical activity (b) BMI, weight and waist circumference and (c) sitting time in the young, mid and older cohorts from 1996 to 2010. Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Wendy Brown
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Annette Dobson
A371 What is the optimal approach for physical activity and sitting interventions aiming to reduce incidence rates of major health conditions? Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
Mr Richard Hockey
A370 Complementary and alternative medicine use in the Australian baby boomer and older adult populations Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Emma Poulsen
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Jon Adams
Professor David Sibbritt
542 Predictors of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) use in two cohorts of Australian women 2012
A369 Arthritis indicators for women: A comparison of Canada and Australia. Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Prof Arlene Bierman
Prof Gillian Hawker
Prof Julie Byles
et al
A368 Does diet quality before and during pregnancy predict pregnancy and birth outcomes? Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Alexis Hure
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Clare Collins
Prof Gita Mishra
et al
A367 Adherence to dietary guidelines in young Australian women over a six-year period. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Liset Elstgeest
Ms Danielle Schoenaker
et al
A366 Change in dietary guideline compliance in Australian middle-aged women Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Danielle Schoenaker
Ms Johanna Rienks
Ms Liset Elstgeest
et al
A364B Do young women adhere to behaviour guidelines? A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Alexis Hure
et al
A364A Do pregnant women adhere to behaviour guidelines? A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Alexis Hure
et al
A363 The relationship between maternal health behaviours and perinatal mental health A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Dr Alexis Hure
Mrs Peta Forder
et al
A362B Do women adhere to breastfeeding guidelines? Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Alexis Hure
558 Poor Adherence to National and International Breastfeeding Duration Targets in an Australian Longitudinal Cohort. 2013
A362A Do breastfeeding women adhere to guidelines? A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Alexis Hure
et al
A361 The health effects of sexual violence for Australian women: A pilot study Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Jan Coles
Prof Danielle Mazza
Dr Angela Taft
Dr Kay Jones
et al
A360 Predictors of mental health services utilisation and costs for Australian women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Prof Catherine D'Este
A358 Gastrointestinal problems in older adults Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Derrick Lopez
Prof Leon Flicker
A/Prof Kieran McCaul
563 Validation of the Frail Scale in a cohort of older Australian women. 2012
A357 Validation of self-reported assessment of osteoporosis Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Annette Dobson
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Susan Tett
547 Validity of self-reported osteoporosis in mid-age and older women. 2013
A356 Trajectories of dietary patterns in young and middle-aged women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Liset Elstgeest
Ms Danielle Schoenaker
et al
A355 Characterisation of a normal reproductive history for Australian women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Alexis Hure
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
A354 Binge drinking patterns among women aged 18 to 64 Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A353 Long term risk from alcohol consumption across generations Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Amy Anderson
et al
A352 Relationship between diet stability, diet quality, body mass index and health utilisation over time. Synopsis Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Clare Collins
Dr Amanda Patterson
Mrs Haya Mohammedali Al-Jadani
564 The Australian Recommended Food Score did not predict weight gain in mid-age Australian women during six year of follow-up. 2013
604 Diet quality, measured by fruit & vegetable intake, predicts weight change in young women. 2013
A351 Urban rural differences in health care for women with colorectal, breast and lung cancer Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Janni Leung
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Samantha McKenzie
et al
A350 The impact of pharmaceutical characteristics on the choice of treatments for osteoporosis Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Bonny Parkinson
A/Prof Rosalie Viney
Prof Marion Haas
Dr Stephen Goodall
et al
A349 Cancer rates and risk factors among lesbian and bisexual women: an overlooked health disparity Synopsis Prof Christina Lee
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Rhonda Brown
Dr Patricia Livingston
A/Prof Ruth McNair
et al
A348 What are the determinants of physical activity patterns over a 13 year period in young Australian women? Prof Wendy Brown
Ms Leonie Uijtdewilligen
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Wendy Brown
et al
535 Determinants of physical activity in a cohort of young adult women. Who is at risk of inactive behaviour 2014
A347 Prosposective risk and persistence factors for weight-related problems in young women Prof Gita Mishra
Amy Lampard
A346 Factors affecting survival among older women with asthma Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Tazeen Majeed
Mrs Peta Forder
Dr Parivash Eftekhari
A344 Occupational and social impacts of leaking urine in younger women Prof Julie Byles
Ms Katherine Walker
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
A343 Social support and physical activity in older Australian women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Dr Nicola Burton
Prof Wendy Brown
Professor Nancy Pachana
et al
A342 Predictors of later life decline in mental health among older Australian women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Mrs Ashleigh Baker
Dr Kerry Chalmers
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
A338 Macronutrient intake and type 2 diabetes risk in middle-aged Australian women. Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Danielle Schoenaker
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Sabita Soedamah-Muthu
630 Factor analysis is more appropriate to identify overall dietary patterns associated with diabetes when compared with treelet transform analysis. 2013
A337 Diet and depression in mid-aged women Synopsis Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Johanna Rienks
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Sabita Soedamah-Muthu
628 Mediterranean dietary pattern and prevalence and incidence of depressive symptoms in mid-aged women: results from a large community-based prospective study. 2013
A336 Change in dietary patterns in young women Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Ms Liset Elstgeest
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Sabita Soedamah-Muthu
et al
549 Transitions in living arrangements are associated with changes in dietary patterns in young women 2012
A335 Australia in Balance - Factors predicting energy imbalance and weight gain and health costs of these. Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Enamul Kabir
Dr Ms Sjaan Gomersall
et al
A334 The role of chronic inflammation in the development and progress of arthritis and comorbidities. Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Dr Lisa Wood
Prof Julie Byles
Prof John Attia
et al
A333 How can women's adherence to cardiovascular medications be improved? Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Samantha McKenzie
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Susan Jordan
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
et al
A332 Mortality among the 1946-51 cohort Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Professor Nancy Pachana
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
et al
A331 Emerging Adulthood, Life Transitions, and Wellbeing Prof Christina Lee
Prof Christina Lee
Dr Melissa Johnstone
A330 For women with chronic disease, how and in what ways does utilisation of allied health services change over time with different life stages and what is the relationship to health insurance coverage? Professor Nancy Pachana
Dr Michele Foster
A/Prof Michele Haynes
A/Prof Terry Haines
Prof Geoffrey Mitchell
et al
A327 Use of Pap tests and mammography screening by women in urban, and remote areas. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Lucy Leigh
Dr Catherine Chojenta
A317 The effect of food in the development of Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus in mid-age Australian women Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Mrs Amani Hamad Alhazmi
Prof Lauren Williams
Mr Mark McEvoy
Dr Amanda Patterson
et al
633 Macronutrient intake and type 2 diabetes risk in middle-aged Australian women. Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health.
A315A Regional differences in chronic disease Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
A310A Has access to health services changed for women in rural Australia? Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Jessica Greene
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
et al
536 Increased bulk-billing for general practice consultations and reduced inequity in regional and remote areas, 2002-2008. 2011
A303A Influence of socio-economic position on transitions in caring over 15 years for women born 1946-1951 and 1973-1978 Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Christina Lee
Prof Gita Mishra
652 Socioeconomic factors associated with trajectories of caring by young and mid-aged women: a cohort study. 2014
A271B Zinc supplement use, incident type-2 diabetes and depression in Australian women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Professor David Sibbritt
Mr Mark McEvoy
Dr Zumin Shi
Dr Milton Hasnat
et al
A268B Contribution of fish intake to the nutritional quality of young women's diets and implications for mercury intakes Prof Julie Byles
Prof Clare Collins
Dr Alexis Hure
Dr Lesley MacDonald-Wicks
Ms Michelle Blumfield
et al
A261A The Australian Diabetes and Cancer Collaboration Synopsis Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Dianna Magliano
A/Prof Jonathan Shaw
Professor Rachel Huxley
Dr Beverley Balkau
et al
A256C Agreement between self-reported Cardiovascular Disease and hospital admission records: What factors influence agreement and what are the differences in estimated prevalence? Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Julie Byles
Miss Tina Navin
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
Prof Lynne Parkinson
et al
A256B Policy pathways to reduce the burden of illness and costs of diabetes and hypertension in Australian women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
Prof Chris Doran
Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Dominique Cadilhac
et al
A248A Words women use: An exploration of the effects of ageing on language in Australian women Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Elizabeth Spencer
Prof Hugh Craig
A/Prof Alison Ferguson
Mr Kim Colyvas
et al
515 Language and ageing: Exploring propositional density in written language: Stability over time. 2012
A231A Exploring self report of osteoporosis in relation to urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse Professor David Sibbritt
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
A178B Tracking the impact of drug regulatory actions: consumer health outcomes, risk-benefit issues and policy framework - women's comments on Vioxx and medicine safety Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Dr Evan Doran
et al
A158A Use of the polypill among Australian women Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
Dr Chris Wallick
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
589 Assessing Patterns of Use of Cardio-Protective Polypill Component Medicines in Australian Women. 2013
A133C The profile of arthritis pain in older women Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Fiona Blyth
Prof Lyn March
et al
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Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A329 Mental health and alcohol Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Lucy Burns
A328 Can we recognise women's experiences of caregiving as a 'community of practice'? Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Dr Meredith Tavener
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Samantha McKenzie
A326 Should household activities be included when measuring physical activity and health outcomes? Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Ms Yolanda Van Gellecum
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Prof Wendy Brown
et al
A325 Estimates of gynecological disorders for the Global Burden of Disease Study, 2005. Prof Gita Mishra
A/Prof Theo Vos
Dr Rosana Norman
Miss Eva Curley
Miss Katherine Jeffress
A324 The association between sedentary behaviour, physical activity and depression in Australian women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Dr Nicola Burton
Dr Geeske Peeters
Ms Yolanda Van Gellecum
et al
660 Concurrent and prospective associations between sitting time, physical activity and depression in mid-aged Australian women. 2012
639 Sitting-time, physical activity, and depressive symptoms in mid-aged women. 2013
A323 The relationships between activity patterns (physical activity and sitting time) and musculoskeletal health in mid-age and older women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Dr Nicola Burton
Ms Yolanda Van Gellecum
et al
A321 Does physical activity contribute to better memory? Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health? Professor Nancy Pachana
Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Yirui Wang
Prof Wendy Brown
A316 Pap screening in the 1973-78 cohort Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Elizabeth Crowe
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Steve Kisely
A/Prof David Whiteman
A315 Regional differences in chronic disease Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Gita Mishra
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
695 Heart disease in women in remote Australia: urban-rural differences after adjusting for lifestyle behaviours and socio-demographic factors. 2013
A314 Changes in SF 36 among the 1945-51 cohort Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Professor Nancy Pachana
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
et al
A313 Prevalence, risk factors and impact of faecal incontinence in older women Prof Julie Byles
Prof Nicholas Talley
Dr Natasha Koloski
A/Prof Mike Jones
Prof Julie Byles
et al
519 Modifiable risk factors associated with faecal incontinence in older community dwelling women. 2011
691 Prevalence correlates and impact of fecal incontinence among older women. 2013
A312 Assessing alcohol use in pregnant women using data from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (ALSWH) Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Amy Anderson
Dr Frances Kay-Lambkin
Dr Alexis Hure
533 Determinants of pregnant womens compliance with alcohol guidelines: a prospective cohort study. 2012
A311 Health and social experiences; a comparison of comments made by women born in the UK and those born in Australia. Prof Julie Byles
Ms Georgina Ramsay
Dr Ann Taylor
A310 Has access to health services changed for women in rural Australia? Prof Julie Byles
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
A308 Life Control Scale Synopsis Prof Christina Lee
Prof Christina Lee
A307 Risk factors for constipation Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Nicholas Talley
Dr Natasha Koloski
A/Prof Mike Jones
et al
531 Long term risk factors for the development of constipation in older community dweling women. 2011
A306 The role of sitting time in the development of osteoporosis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Geeske Peeters
Ms Yolanda Van Gellecum
Prof Paul Lips
657 Changes in physical functioning over 6 years in older women: Effects of sitting time and physical activity.
A305 Implications of anti-cholinergic effects of medicines in older women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Parker Magin
Prof Dimity Pond
Ms Susan Goode
Prof Lynne Parkinson
et al
A304 Development of diabetes in mid-age women: Do previous GDM and sitting make a difference? Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Julia Lowe
Dr Geeske Peeters
Prof Gita Mishra
et al
A303 Transitions in caring over 10 years for women born 1946-1951 A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Mr Richard Hockey
Prof Christina Lee
A302 Chocolate consumption and depressive symptoms in young and mid aged Australian women Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Mr Richard Hockey
Dr Samantha McKenzie
Ms Janni Leung
et al
A301 Sexual health and health-seeking behaviour amongst overseas born women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jon Adams
Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Eleanor Holroyd
A/Prof William Wong
A300 Needs of spouse carers of WWII veterans before and after widowhood A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Sue Treloar
Dr Christine McClintock
Mr Richard Hockey
546 Does Government subsidy for costs of medical and pharmaceutical services result in higher service utilization by older widowed women in Australia 2012
A299 Coping with motherhood and work: Predicting positive wellbeing among young Australian women Synopsis Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Melissa Johnstone
Prof Christina Lee
A298 Agreement between self-reported use of in vitro fertilisation or ovulation induction, and medical insurance claims in Australian women aged 28-36 years Synopsis Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Prof Annette Dobson
539 Agreement between self-reported use of in vitro fertilisation or ovulation induction, and medical insurance claims in Australian women aged 28-36 years. 2012
A297 Uptake of permanent or long-acting methods of contraceptive among Australian women Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Suzanne Dixon
A296 Birth outcomes after spontaneous or assisted conception among infertile women aged 28-36 years. Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Prof Annette Dobson
521 Infertility resolved with or without fertility treatment in Australian women aged 31-36 years: a prospective, population-based study. 2011
493 Birth outcomes after spontaneous or assisted conception among infertile Australian women aged 28-36 years: a prospective, population-based study. 2012
A295 An exploratory study. Using qualitative data to better understand the economics of personal health Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Meredith Tavener
Prof Julie Byles
A294 Possible casual pathways to explain educational mortality differentials (ie why do the more educated people have lower mortality rates, as found in previous studies) Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Xin Yin Ooi
A/Prof Leonie Tickle
A293 Association of fresh meat with vegetable intake Professor David Sibbritt
Mr Mark McEvoy
Dr Amanda Patterson
Ms Laura Jenkins
500 Higher unprocessed red meat, chicken and fish intake is associated with a higher vegetable intake in mid-age non-vegetarian women. 2012
A292 Quality of life trajectories Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Graciela Muniz-Terrera
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Ms Jessica Prasser
et al
579 A comparison of SF-36 summary measures of physical and mental health for women across the life course. 2013
A291 Australian women's experiences of violence and abuse Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Jan Coles
Ms Ruby Biezen
Ms Adeline Lee
et al
A290 The impact of social support on the long-term health effects of mid aged women who have previously experienced intimate partner violence A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Nicole Buchannan
A/Prof Graham Tyson
A288 Incontinence in older women: Impact on QOL and social functioning Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Mrs Peta Forder
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
Ms Janet Sansoni
Mr Nick Marosszeky
et al
598 Osteoporosis and pelvic organ prolapse in Australian women: A longitudinal analysis. 2012
599 Osteoporosis and urinary incontinence in Australian women: A longitudinal analysis. 2012
A287 Patterns of antihypertensive medication use in Australian women Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Christine Lu
Prof John Lynch
Prof Kerin O'Dea
Mr Richard Hockey
A286 Diabetes and mental health and wellbeing: An exploratory analysis Prof Julie Byles
Lany Trinh
Anna Reynolds
A282 Experience of pain and analgesic use by Australian women: What do older women say? Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Isabel Higgins
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Dr Jane Robertson
Dr Helen Bellchambers
et al
A280 The impact of disordered eating on young women Prof Christina Lee
Prof Tracey Wade
Dr Simon Wilksch
509 A longitudinal investigation of the impact of disordered eating on young women's quality of life 2012
A279A Measuring, decomposing and tracking socioeconomic inequalities in women's health in Australia Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
Dr Michelle Cunich
518 The impact of socioeconomic status on changes in the general and mental health of women over time: Evidence from a longitudinal study of Australian women. 2013
A271A Dietary zinc intake, incident type-2 diabetes and depression in Australian women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Mr Mark McEvoy
Dr Zumin Shi
Dr Milton Hasnat
Professor David Sibbritt
et al
658 Is dietary zinc protective for type 2 diabetes Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2013
A268A Can women adhering to dietary recommendations related to listeria and mercury poisoning obtain a nutritionally adequate diet? Prof Julie Byles
Prof Clare Collins
Dr Alexis Hure
Dr Lesley MacDonald-Wicks
Ms Michelle Blumfield
et al
A266A Women's attitudes to, and experiences of use of prescription and non-prescription medicines Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Jane Robertson
Dr Emily Walkom
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Mrs Joanne Knight
621 Costs of medicines and health care: A concern for Australian women across the ages. 2013
A265A An interdisciplinary investigation into the relationship between drought and mental health in Australia A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jane Rich
Dr Sarah Wright
568 Patience, HRT and Rain!” Women, Ageing and Drought in Australia – narratives from the mid-age cohort of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2012
A263A Participation in the arts and its relation to healthy ageing: A pilot study with older women Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Jeannine Liddle
Prof Lynne Parkinson
653 Health-related factors associated with participation in creative hobbies by Australian women aged in their eighties. 2013
678 Purpose and pleasure in late life: Conceptualising older women's participation in art and craft activities. 2013
A256A Identifying the predictors of hospitalisation for women with single and multiple comorbid chronic conditions Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
587 Good agreement between self-report and centralised hospitalisations data for arthritis related surgeries. 2013
A254A A life course perspective in the identification of risk factors for adverse birth outcomes Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
548 Miscarriage, Preterm Delivery and Stillbirth: Large Variations in Rates within a Cohort of Australian Women. 2012
A240A PCOS in Australian women: A chronic illness with psychological, reproductive and metabolic features (PA and nutrition) A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Helena Teede
Dr Cheryce Harrison
Dr Amanda Deeks
Mr Eldho Paul
et al
490 Are you what you eat Associations between diet quality and health utilisation in mid-aged women from the Australian longitudinal study on women's health. 2005
514 Longitudinal weight gain in women identified with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Results of an observational study in young women. 2013
629 The contribution of diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour to body mass index in women with and without polycystic ovary syndrome. 2013
A174B Contraceptive changes after reproductive events among Australian women aged from 18 to 36 years Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Prof Annette Dobson
412 Contraceptive changes after reproductive events among Australian women born in 1973-78: A longitudinal study from 1996-2009. 2011
A159B Developing a composite measure for intimate partner violence A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Lyndsey Watson
Dr Angela Taft
Mr Paul Agius
A126A Miscarriage and Mental Health - do other gynaecological events affect the relationship? Prof Christina Lee
Dr Ingrid Rowlands
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Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
W067 Coping with motherhood and work: Predicting positive wellbeing among young Australian women Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Melissa Johnstone
Prof Christina Lee
A285 Salinity and health Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Philip Weinstein
A/Prof Peter Speldewinde
Dr Emily Fearnley
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
et al
A284 Health service use among women living in exceptional circumstance areas Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Mrs Anna Graves
Ms Jeanine Baker
et al
466 Empirical evidence suggests adverse climate events have not affected Australian women's health and well-being. 2012
A283 Cancer, distress and complementary and alternative medicine: How are they related Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Lisa Beatty
Prof Jon Adams
Prof Tracey Wade
505 Evaluating the impact of cancer on complementary and alternative medicine use, distress and health related QoL among Australian women: A prospective longitudinal investigation. 2012
A281 Precipitation over time and associated changes in women's health Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Mrs Anna Graves
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
A279 Measuring, decomposing and tracking socioeconomic inequalities in women's health in Australia Prof Julie Byles
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
Dr Michelle Cunich
A278 Modelling diet, physical activity and weight change with respect to demographic characteristics Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Jonathan Karnon
Prof Philip Ryan
A/Prof Gary Glonek
Prof Nigel Bean
et al
A277 Opioid Use by Australian women: Patterns of use over time and association with physical and mental health and health care use Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Dr Jane Robertson
Prof Isabel Higgins
Mr Richard Gibson
et al
A276 Perinatal mental health: Psychosocial assessment, service utilisation and maternal outcomes. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Marie-Paule Austin
Ms Nicole Reilly
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Carol Purtell
et al
566 Disparities in reported psychosocial assessment across public and private maternity settings: A national survey of women in Australia. 2013
623 Referral for management of emotional health issues during the perinatal period: does mental health assessment make a difference 2013
649 History of pregnancy loss increases the risk of mental health problems in subsequent pregnancies but not in the postpartum. 2014
A275 Smoking and uptake of screening services Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Janneke Berecki
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
A274 Exploring qualitative comments about positive and negative factors impacting on wellbeing: Religious practices and beliefs, relationship with pets, car accidents to self and loved ones and feelings about current events A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Ann Taylor
A273 Exploring the ongoing relationships of women to the ALSWH longitudinal survey A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Ann Taylor
A272 Changes in older women's physical function in Indonesia and Australia Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Nawi Ng
Dr Paul Kowal
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A271 Zinc intake and incident of type-2 diabetes in Australian women Prof Julie Byles
Professor David Sibbritt
Mr Mark McEvoy
Dr Zumin Shi
Dr Milton Hasnat
et al
A269A Abuse and older Australian women A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Mrs Lyn Adamson
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Michele Whitbourne
et al
A269 Elder abuse Synopsis A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Mrs Lyn Adamson
Ms Jennifer Powers
Prof Margot Schofield
576 Mortality and disability outcomes of self-reported elder abuse: A 12-year prospective investigation. 2013
A268 Comparison of Australian women's dietary intake and food choices during pregnancy Prof Julie Byles
Prof Clare Collins
Dr Alexis Hure
Dr Lesley MacDonald-Wicks
Ms Michelle Blumfield
et al
455 Disparities exist between National food group recommendations and the dietary intakes of women. 2011
A267 Residential location, neighbourhood belonging and health outcomes of middle-aged Australian women A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Sue Conrad
A/Prof Fran Boyle
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
A266 Women's attitudes to, and experiences of use of prescription and non-prescription medicines A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Jane Robertson
Dr Emily Walkom
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
A265 The lived experience of drought: The story from the qualitative data of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jane Rich
Dr Sarah Wright
Mrs Lyn Adamson
A263 Participation in the arts and its relation to healthy ageing: A pilot study with older women Prof Julie Byles
Dr Jeannine Liddle
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Prof Patrick Fuery
Mr Richard Gibson
et al
653 Health-related factors associated with participation in creative hobbies by Australian women aged in their eighties. 2013
678 Purpose and pleasure in late life: Conceptualising older women's participation in art and craft activities. 2013
A262 Body dissatisfaction, dieting, weight and depression in young Australian women: Longitudinal results of the Women's Health Australia study A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Margot Schofield
Dr Christine Knauss
A261 The Australian Diabetes and Cancer Collaboration Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Dianna Magliano
A/Prof Jonathan Shaw
Professor Rachel Huxley
Dr Beverley Balkau
et al
A260 Trends in health related quality of life of women in their 70's and 80's Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Mr Richard Gibson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Mr Sam Brilleman
Professor David Sibbritt
et al
A259 Health across generations: Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Melanie Spallek
et al
417 Health across generations: findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2010
A258 Mental health and cardiovascular disease in Australian women Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Dr Dimitrios Vagenas
Prof Sandy McFarlane
Ms Janni Leung
et al
467 A history of comorbid depression and anxiety predicts new onset of heart disease. 2013
A257 Participation in cohort studies of older people: Experience from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health Prof Annette Dobson
Mr Sam Brilleman
Prof Julie Byles
Professor David Sibbritt
Professor Nancy Pachana
409 The impact of attrition on the representativeness of cohort studies of older people 2010
A256 Identifying the predictors of hospitalisation for women with single and multiple comorbid chronic conditions Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
A255 Maternal health A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Ms Jennifer Powers
A254 Birth outcomes A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Dr Catherine Chojenta
A253 Social support in older women Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Annette Dobson
Mr Nazim Khan
Professor Nancy Pachana
Dr Dimitrios Vagenas
et al
A252 Correlates of sitting time in young, mid-aged and older women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
495 Correlates of sitting time in mid-aged Australian women. 2009
485 Correlates of sitting time in working age Australian women : who should be targeted with interventions to decrease sitting time 2012
496 Which older women could benefit from interventions to decrease sitting time and increase physical activity 2012
A251 A multi-morbidity index in older women Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Dr Dimitrios Vagenas
Prof Julie Byles
A250 Differences in causes of death of urban-rural women Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Dimitrios Vagenas
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Ms Kore Yiee Wong
444 Why are death rates higher in rural areas Evidence from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2010
A241A Risk factors in childbirth interventions Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Prof Andrew Bisits
et al
591 Regardless of where they give birth, women living in non-metropolitan areas are less likely to have an epidural than their metropolitan counterparts. 2013
A240 PCOS in Australian women: A chronic illness with psychological, reproductive and metabolic features A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Helena Teede
Dr Amanda Deeks
Dr Anju Joham
Mr Eldho Paul
et al
514 Longitudinal weight gain in women identified with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Results of an observational study in young women. 2013
A237A The long term implications of intimate partner violence for health and social support A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Karly Furber
Mr Luke Duffy
A198A Women's use of the emergency contractive pill A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Angela Taft
Dr Lisa Amir
Ms Melissa Hobbs
Dr Lyndsey Watson
A171A Health costs of poor psychological health and inactivity Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Nicola Burton
Dr Asad Khan
Professor Kylie Ball
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
A159A Health effects of intimate partner violence among Australian women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Angela Taft
Ms Jennifer Powers
Mr David Fitzgerald
Dr Lyndsey Watson
et al
697 The community composite abuse scale: Reliability and validity of a measure of intimate partner violence in a community survey from the ALSWH. 2013
A137A What is a healthy level of PA for mid-age and older women? Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
Dr Nicola Burton
308 Prospective association between physical activity and falls in community-dwelling older women. 2008
346 Do walking and leisure-time physical activity protect against arthritis in older women 2008
393 Life events and changing physical activity patterns in women at different life stages. 2009
A133B Arthritis impact over time: A longitudinal exploration of burden of illness, comorbities (particularly depression), management, and health care costs in older Australian women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Dr Paul Kowal
Mr Richard Gibson
Prof Glenn Salkeld
et al
389 Older women and arthritis: Tracking impact over time. 2010
545 Contemporaneous Severity of Symptoms and Functioning Reflected by Variations in Reporting Doctor-Diagnosed osteoarthritis. 2013
A102A Use of medication for psychiatric disorders amongst mid-aged women across time Synopsis Prof Margot Schofield
Dr Asad Khan
A081A Characteristics of CAM users and associated symptoms and conditions Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Jon Adams
A/Prof Alexander Broom
Dr Chi-Wai Lui
Dr Jon Wardle
et al
376 A longitudinal analysis of older Australian women's consultations with complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practitioners, 1996-2005. 2009
420 Back pain amongst 8,910 young Australian women: A longitudinal analysis of the use of conventional providers, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practitioners and self-prescribed complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). 2010
479 Mid-age women’s consultations with acupuncturists: A longitudinal analysis of 11,200 women, 2001-2007. 2011
484 The prevalence and characteristics of young and mid-age women who use yoga and meditation: results of a nationally representative survey of 19,209 Australian women. 2011
504 A longitudinal analysis of complementary and alternative medicine use by a representative cohort of young Australian women with asthma, 1996-2006. 2011
522 Health Service Utilisation among Persons with Self-reported Depression: A Longitudinal analysis of 7,164 Women. 2012
523 Health services use among young Australian women with allergies, hayfever and sinusitis: A longitudinal analysis. 2012
613 The prevalence and determinants of Chinese medicine use by Australian women: Analysis of a cohort of 10,287 women aged 56-61 years. 2013
2008   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A249 Achieving motherhood aspirations Synopsis Prof Jayne Lucke
Prof Christina Lee
Dr Melissa Johnstone
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
et al
A248 Exploring a corpus-based methodology for the study of language variation A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Alison Ferguson
Prof Hugh Craig
Dr Elizabeth Spencer
Mr Kim Colyvas
A247 Tobacco smoking and mental health Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Coral Gartner
Prof Wayne Hall
Ms Janni Leung
Prof Jayne Lucke
507 A longitudinal study of the bi-directional relationship between tobacco smoking and psychological distress in a community sample of young Australian women. 2012
A246 Uptake and impact of new Medicare Benefits Schedule items - Psychologists and other allied mental health professionals Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Mr Richard Gibson
Dr Jennifer Stewart Williams
et al
454 Women’s uptake of Medicare Benefits Schedule mental health items for general practitioners, psychologists and other allied mental health professionals. 2011
A243 Analysis of care-giving by the old-aged women from ALSWH A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Jayne Lucke
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Samantha McKenzie
et al
440 Is use of formal community services by older women related to changes in their informal care arrangements 2013
A242 The association between physical activity and weight with quality of life in mid-aged and older Australian women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Ms Nelufa Begum
Ms Yolanda Van Gellecum
et al
424 Concurrent and prospective associations between physical activity, walking and mental health in older women. 2011
541 Dose response relationships between physical activity, walking and health-related quality of life in mid-age and older women. 2012
A239 Longitudinal approach to menopausal transitions Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Janneke Berecki
Ms Nelufa Begum
395 Symptoms reported by women in mid-life: menopausal transition or ageing 2009
A238 Insomnia in Australian women in their late 20s: Demographic factors and health-related behaviours Prof Julie Byles
Prof Dorothy Bruck
Prof Jill Astbury
461 Sleeping difficulty in young women: Comparative influence of demographic, illness, lifestyle, abuse and affective factors. 2009
528 Population Study on the Predictors of Sleeping Difficulties in Young Australian Women. 2012
A237 Long term health impacts of intimate partner violence on mid-aged Australian women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Karly Furber
Prof Catherine D'Este
A236 Risk factors associated with endometriosis and pelvic pain Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Mr Gregory Goldstein
Mr Frank Tu
Ms Kristen Pozolo
Ms Sangeeta Senapati
et al
A235 A shift in thinking: Comparing baby boomer narrative over time A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Meredith Tavener
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Penny Warner-Smith
A234 The impact of out-of-pocket costs on the use and distribution of cervical screening services Associate Professor Anne Young
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Mr Kees Van Gool
A/Prof Elizabeth Savage
A/Prof Rosalie Viney
A233 ALSWH: What can we learn from no contact? Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Mrs Anna Graves
Dr Meredith Tavener
439 The impact of attrition in an 11-year prospective longitudinal study of younger women. 2010
A232 Factors associated with STIs and other indicators of risky sexual behaviour and poor sexual health Prof Jayne Lucke
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Melanie Watson
Dr Danielle Herbert
437 Predictors of Sexually Transmitted Infection in Australian Women: Evidence from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health 2013
A231 Exploring self report of osteoporosis in relation to urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
Professor David Sibbritt
Mr James Cleal
A230 Life events across three cohorts over time Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
Mr David Fitzgerald
Mr Sam Brilleman
463 Reporting of life events over time: Methodological issues in a longitudinal sample of women. 2011
A229 The impact of having a baby and other life events on young women's aspirations Prof Jayne Lucke
Prof Christina Lee
Dr Melissa Johnstone
410 Influences of Marriage, Motherhood, and Other Life Events on Australian Women’s Employment Aspirations. 2011
A228 Economic analysis of BMI and employment patterns in Australian women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Katharina Hauck
A/Prof Bruce Hollingsworth
Ms Nicole Au
492 Employment patterns and changes in body weight among young women. 2011
543 Employment, work hours and weight gain among middle-aged women. 2013
A227A Prevalence and impact of foot pain in older women Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Hylton Menz
Ms Elizabeth Barr
427 Predictors and persistence of foot problems in women aged 70 years and over: a prospective study. 2011
A227 Prevalence and impact of foot pain in older women Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Hylton Menz
Ms Elizabeth Barr
A226 Relative survival as an indicator of generalizability of results from longitudinal studies of older people Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Mr Richard Hockey
413 Relative survival: a useful tool to assess generalisability in longitudinal studies of health in older persons. 2011
A225 The relationship between skin disease and psychological morbidity in young Australian women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Parker Magin
Professor David Sibbritt
Ms Kylie Bailey
394 The relationship between psychiatric illnesses and skin disease: a longitudinal analysis of young Australian women. 2009
A224 Miscarriage or termination of pregnancy in young and middle aged Australian women: Are they infertile? Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Prof Annette Dobson
401 Infertility in Australia circa 1980: an historical population perspective on the uptake of fertility treatment by Australian women born in 1946-51. 2009
402 Infertility, medical advice and treatment with fertility hormones and/or in vitro fertilisation: A population perspective from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. 2009
A223A Quality of life, emotional and general health, physical activity and medication use in survivors of cancer A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Efty Stavrou
Dr Claire Vajdic
Ms Sallie Pearson
Dr Christine Roberts
et al
513 The validity of self-reported cancer diagnoses and factors associated with accurate reporting in a cohort of older Australian women. 2011
A223 Quality of life, emotional and general health, physical activity and medication use in survivors of cancer A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Efty Stavrou
Ms Deborah Baker
Ms Heather McElroy
Prof Julie Byles
A222 Prescribed Drug utilisation in women before, during and after pregnancy. Synopsis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Ms Michelle Powers
Dr Jane Robertson
A220 Does one hour of physical activity a day prevent weight gain in adult women? Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
Mr (Paul) Jiun Horng Chang
Prof Annette Dobson
Mr Richard Hockey
A219 Patterns of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug use before, during and after pregnancy A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Dr Liane McDermott
538 A prospective study of prevalence and predictors of concurrent alcohol and tobacco use during pregnancy. 2013
A218 Marriage and de facto relationships: Is there a difference? Prof Christina Lee
Ms Nicole Arthur
Dr Ingrid Rowlands
A217 Symptoms and menopause A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Jennifer Powers
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
520 Using longitudinal profiles to characterize women’s symptoms through midlife: results from a large prospective study. 2012
A216 Iodine-related food intake among pregnant, breast-feeding and other women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Dr Dorothy MacKerras
Prof Graham Giles
457 Estimating the impact of mandatory fortification of bread with iodine on pregnant and post-partum women. 2011
A178A Tracking the impact of drug regulatory actions: Consumer health outcomes, risk-benefit issues and policy framework Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Dr Evan Doran
Dr Jane Robertson
et al
508 An observational study of the discrediting of COX-2 NSAIDs in Australia: Vioxx or class effect 2011
A174A Young women’s changes in use of contraception after reproductive life events Prof Jayne Lucke
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Melanie Watson
Dr Danielle Herbert
Ms Melanie Spallek
et al
396 Changing patterns of contraceptive use in Australian women. 2009
A151A Examining health risks across sexual identity groups Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Ruth McNair
Prof Tonda Hughes
A/Prof Laura Szalacha
Prof Sharon Wilsnack
210 The drug use patterns of heterosexual and non-heterosexual young women: Data from the Womens' Health Australia study. 2004
590 Substance abuse and mental health disparities: comparisons across sexual identity groups in a national sample of young Australian women. 2010
529 Health status, health service use and satisfaction according to sexual identity of young Australian women 2011
A150A Adequacy and equity of treatment for depression among older Australian women Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Mr Richard Gibson
Mr Ian Robinson
A135A Alcohol consumption and poor mental health among mid-aged Australian women 1996-2010. Synopsis Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Jennifer Powers
296 Longitudinal analysis of alcohol consumption and health of middle-aged women in Australia. 2008
A133A Arthritis and depression: Burden of illness and management Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Dr Paul Kowal
Mr Richard Gibson
Mr Ian Robinson
A090A To what extent does having babies contribute to weight gain in young women? Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Mr Richard Hockey
418 Effects of having a baby on weight gain. 2010
A086A Resilience and coping: Predicting positive well-being following life-transitions and major life events among Australian women Prof Christina Lee
Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Rachel Thompson
A076A The health and wellbeing of sole mothers A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jayne Lucke
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Stacey Hosking
Ms Rosie Mooney
2007   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A215 The contribution of participation in sport and physical activity on the well-being of women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Rochelle Eime
Prof Warren Payne
Dr Jack Harvey
400 Does sports club participation contribute to health-related quality of life 2010
A214 Adherence to statins Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Janneke Berecki
Prof Gita Mishra
Mr Richard Hockey
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
A213 Cardiovascular drugs utilisation in diabetic women Prof Julie Byles
Nur Hafidha Hikmayani
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Dr Jane Robertson
A211 “In their own words” healthy ageing in late modernity: An analysis of the “free-text” comments from the older cohort of The Australian Longitudinal Study of Women's Health A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Mrs Lyn Adamson
Professor John Germov
A210 Access to medicines for cardiovascular health and primary care services in rural and remote Australia. Prof Annette Dobson
Mr John Woodall
Mr Bin Tong
Ms Susana Senes
Ms Lynelle Moon
et al
A209 A comparison of the Duke Social Support Index in older Australian men and women Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Dr Dimitrios Vagenas
434 Gender differences in social network size and satisfaction in adults in their seventies. 2010
A208 Regional variation in the health of elderly Australian women Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Dr Dimitrios Vagenas
Professor Nancy Pachana
et al
386 Regional variation in the survival and health of older Australian women: a prospective cohort study. 2009
A207 Continuity and change in tobacco use among young women: A 10 year prospective analysis Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Neville Owen
Dr Liane McDermott
361 Determinants of continuity and change over 10 years in young women’s smoking. 2009
A206 Changes in workforce participation among mid-age Australian women: The impact of socio-economic, behavioural, environmental and health-related factors Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Dr Sabrina Pit
A/Prof Geoff Morgan
Mr Arul Earnest
Dr Rupen Shrestha
et al
512 The association of health and employment in mature women: a longitudinal study. 2012
A205 The impact of health on lifetime earnings, labour force experience and retirement and the effects of all these factors on the degree of income and health inequalities post retirement Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Sue Richardson
Ms Joanne Flavel
A203 What is an optimal weight for women aged 70-75? Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Dr Janneke Berecki
Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
426 What is a healthy body mass index for women in their seventies Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2010
A202 Women in their 70s: Weight, weight change and health related quality of life Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
A201 Does sitting cause weight gain? (and if so how much weight gain does sitting cause...or how much sitting is required to cause how much weight gain?!) Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Melanie Watson
Dr Jannique Van Uffelen
Ms Katrien De Cocker
425 Sitting time is associated with weight, but not with weight gain in mid-aged Australian women. 2010
459 Associations between sitting time and weight in young adult Australian women. 2010
458 Comparison of self-reported week-day and weekend-day sitting time and weekly time-use: results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2011
A200 Changes in prevalence estimates for physical inactivity and smoking over a ten year period and associated impact on estimates of population attributable risk from these behaviours Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
Prof Adrian Bauman
Mr (Paul) Jiun Horng Chang
Ms Leonie Uijtdewilligen
A199 Weekend warriors: Frequency of physical activity and selected health outcomes in mid-age women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
Mr (Paul) Jiun Horng Chang
A198 Women's use of the emergency contraceptive pill A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Angela Taft
Ms Melissa Hobbs
Dr Lisa Amir
A196 Proton-pump Inhibitors & comedications Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Janneke Berecki
Ms Melanie Spallek
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
A195A Bisphosphonates and comedications Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Janneke Berecki
Mr Richard Hockey
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
355 Adherence to bisphosphonate treatment by elderly women. 2008
A195 Bisphosphonates and comedications Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Janneke Berecki
Ms Melanie Spallek
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
A194 A comparison of the performance of the Goldberg Anxiety and depression scale in both mid-aged and older women Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Natasha Koloski
Ms Melanie Watson
A193 Alcohol consumption during pregnancy A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Lucy Burns
A/Prof Anthony Shakeshaft
Prof Elizabeth Elliott
et al
441 Assessing pregnant women’s compliance with different alcohol guidelines: an 11-year prospective study. 2010
A192 Long term health effects of caesarean surgery A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Jane Fisher
Dr Susan Donath
A191 The association of memory with chronic illness, physical and mental health and caregiver status in older women Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
A190A Size and structure of social networks in older women: Changes over time Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Dr Dimitrios Vagenas
Prof Jon Adams
et al
445 Factors which enhance or inhibit social support: A mixed methods analysis of social networks in older women. 2011
A190 Size and structure of social networks in older women: Changes over time Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Melanie Watson
A189 Height loss in elderly women Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Melanie Spallek
Dr Janneke Berecki
Mr Richard Hockey
398 Height loss in elderly women is preceded by osteoporosis and is associated with digestive problems and urinary incontinence 2010
A188 Intake of fruit and vegetables and its association with SES and health outcomes Prof Julie Byles
Dr Zumin Shi
358 Fruit and vegetable consumption among mid-age and older women in Australia. 2008
A186 The impacts of caesarean section in Australian women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
Professor David Sibbritt
342 No association between previous Caesarean-section delivery and back pain in mid-aged Australian women: An observational study 2008
A185 An examination of trends in women's sexual and reproductive health over ten years: findings from The ALSWH Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Danielle Herbert
Prof Annette Dobson
356 Pregnancy losses in young Australian women: Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. 2009
432 Depression: An emotional obstacle to seeking medical advice for infertility. 2010
450 Early users of fertility treatment with hormones and IVF: women who live in major cities and have private health insurance. 2010
A184 Investigating methods of analysing longitudinal qualitative data collected via free-text comments A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Wendy Brown
Mrs Lyn Adamson
A183 Overweight, obesity, and urinary incontinence: the effects of modest weight change: Results from The ALSWH Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Wendy Brown
Ms Jemma Rowlands
A182 Short-term weight change and the incidence of hypertension: Results from The ALSWH Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Gurshant Singh
A181 Which comes first: Weight gain or hysterectomy - a nested matched case-control study from The ALSWH Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Gita Mishra
Mr David Fitzgerald
Dr Janneke Berecki
338 Hysterectomy and weight gain. 2009
A180 Negotiating a changed policy environment: Sole mothers and workforce participation A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Annette Dobson
A179 When life's a pain: The relationship between stress and modifiable psychological factors in arthritis A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Melissa Harris
Mr Kim Colyvas
Prof Julie Byles
et al
555 The relative importance of psychosocial factors in arthritis: Findings from 10,509 Australian women 2012
626 The influence of perceived stress on the onset of arthritis in Women: findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. 2013
A178 Regulatory and community response to discredited drugs Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Prof David Henry
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
A177 What drives private health insurance purchases among middle aged women? Using dynamic discrete choice analysis Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Denzil Fiebig
A/Prof Elizabeth Savage
A/Prof Denise Doiron
Ms Stephanie Knox
et al
A176 Predictors of post-natal depression A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Prof Jayne Lucke
Mrs Peta Forder
449 Does Social Support Reduce the Likelihood of Postnatal Depression in Australian Mothers 2009
456 How Do Previous Mental Health, Social Support, and Stressful Life Events Contribute to Postnatal Depression in a Representative Sample of Australian Women 2012
654 A longitudinal analysis of the predictors and antecedents of postnatal depression in Australian women. 2013
A132A Investigating quality of life in Australian women with cancer Prof Christina Lee
Prof Prasuna Reddy
Ms Jane Fletcher
Ms Leah Clair Collins
Dr Nola Rushford
A083B Trajectories of weight change in relation to dietary patterns among mid-aged women in Australia Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Wendy Brown
Professor Kylie Ball
Dr Sarah McNaughton
et al
A083A Major dietary patterns of young and middle aged Australian women Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Professor Kylie Ball
Prof Graham Giles
et al
416 Major dietary patterns of young and middle aged women: Results from a prospective Australian cohort study. 2010
A049A Weight loss practices of mid-aged women: Longitudinal data analysis Synopsis Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lauren Williams
Professor John Germov
436 The effect of social class on mid-age women's weight control practices and weight gain. 2011
A038A Relationship between body mass index, diet quality, physical activity and health service utilisation Associate Professor Anne Young
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Clare Collins
Mr David Fitzgerald
Dr Amanda Patterson
et al
404 Associations between diet quality, quality of life and Medicare costs in mid-aged women from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health 2006
278 Relationship between body mass index, diet quality, physical activity and health service utilisation 2008
478 Higher Diet Quality Does not Predict Lower Medicare Costs but Does Predict Number of Claims in Mid-Aged Australian Women. 2011
530 Diet quality and its Potential Cost Savings. 2013
2006   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A175 Establishing common linear measures for the SF36 for Australian women Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Lindy Clemson
Prof Anita Bundy
Dr Reinie Cordier
A174 Young women’s changes in use of contraception after reproductive life events Prof Jayne Lucke
Mr Richard Hockey
Ms Melanie Spallek
A173 Transport for older women Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Mr Richard Gibson
Prof Annette Dobson
et al
334 Driving myself: main forms of transport among older women in rural and remote Australia. 2007
486 Driving in older age: a longitudinal study of women in urban, regional and remote areas and the impact of caregiving. 2012
A172 Gestational diabetes: Risk factors and consequences Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Nicola Burton
Dr Mireille van Poppel
Dr Yvette Miller
et al
392 The role of pre-pregnancy physical activity and sedentary behaviour in the development of gestational diabetes mellitus. 2011
A171 Health costs of poor psychological health and inactivity Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Nicola Burton
Professor Kylie Ball
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
A170 Longitudinal aspirations of young women Synopsis Prof Christina Lee
Dr Melissa Johnstone
353 Young Australian women’s aspirations for work and family: Individual and sociocultural differences. 2009
385 Young Australian women's aspirations for work and family. 2009
460 Young Australian women and their aspirations: “It’s hard enough thinking a week or two in advance at the moment . 2012
A169 Men, Women And Ageing: Predictors of ageing well in The Australian Longitudinal Study On Women's Health and The Perth Health in Men Study Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
Prof Wendy Brown
Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Julie Byles
et al
433 Body mass index and survival in men and women aged 70 to 75 years. 2010
434 Gender differences in social network size and satisfaction in adults in their seventies. 2010
435 Alcohol use and mortality in older men and women. 2010
471 Women who smoke like men die like men who smoke: Findings from two Australian cohort studies. 2011
472 The effect of having a partner on activities of daily living in men and women aged 82 to 87 years. 2011
473 Are the national guidelines for health behaviour appropriate for older Australians Evidence from the Men, Women and Ageing project. 2011
491 Living with stairs: Functioning in a large cohort of older Australian men and women. 2011
501 Falls, injuries from falls, health related quality of life and mortality in older adults with vision and hearing impairment. 2011
503 Social support and mortality: If you're sick, friends can't save you. 2011
469 Sex differences in the use of complementary and alternative medicine in older men and women. 2012
502 Anxiety and depression in adults in their eighties: Do gender differences remain 2012
537 Physical activity and all-cause mortality in older women and men. 2012
562 Social support and subsequent disability: It's not the size of your network that counts. 2012
600 Impact of behavioural risk factors on death within 10 years for women and men in their 70s: absolute risk charts. 2012
A168 Research on employed carers based on The Australian Longitudinal Study On Women's Health Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Jayne Lucke
Mr Richard Hockey
Dr Janneke Berecki
331 Transitions into informal care and out of paid employment of women in their 50's: A study of cause and effect. 2008
A166 Comparison of self-reported medications and PBS records Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Sabrina Pit
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
et al
586 Accuracy of self-reported medicines use compared to pharmaceutical claims data amongst a national sample of older Australian women. 2013
A165 Exploratory analyses of relationships between physical activity and reproductive health and reproductive health symptoms in young and mid-age women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Yvette Miller
Dr Mireille van Poppel
311 “It's my hormones doctor” – does physical activity help with menopausal symptoms 2008
A164 Longitudinal aspirations of young women Prof Christina Lee
Dr Melissa Johnstone
A163 An analysis of the comorbidity between anxiety and depression A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Elizabeth Knock
Ms Cate France
A/Prof Jenny Bowman
et al
A162 What drives private health insurance purchases among younger women? Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Denzil Fiebig
Prof Jane Hall
Ms Vineta Salale
A161 Comparison of Australian women’s dietary intake during pregnancy and non-pregnancy Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Alexis Hure
Prof Clare Collins
Prof Roger Smith
375 Diet and pregnancy status in Australian women. 2009
A159 Longitudinal analyses of the health effects of violence on young Australian women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Angela Taft
Dr Lyndsey Watson
302 Associations of self-reported violence with age at menarche, first intercourse and first birth among a national population sample of young Australian women. 2007
A158 Use of the polypill among older women Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof David Henry
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
A157 Use and quality use of medicines for cardiovascular disease Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Elizabeth Penm
Mr Christopher Stevenson
Ms Lynelle Moon
Ms Susana Senes
et al
A156 Relationship between sexual violence, sleep problems and health A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Jill Astbury
Dr Gerard Kennedy
Prof Dorothy Bruck
475 Sexual violence as a predictor of sleep difficulties in a community sample of young women (published abstract). 2010
482 Sexual violence as a predictor of sleep difficulties in a community sample of young women (published abstract). 2010
481 Forced Sex: A Critical Factor in the Sleep Difficulties of Young Australian Women. 2011
A154 The cost of cancer: From acute to chronic illness Prof Christina Lee
Mr Geoffrey Sayer
Ms Bonny Parkinson
A153 Physical activity, weight and mental health Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Nicola Burton
Professor Kylie Ball
314 Weight gain data support the case for activation of Australian women. In Marketing Sport and Physical Activity . 2006
359 A prospective study of overweight, physical activity and depressive symptoms in young women. 2009
A151 Comparison of non-heterosexual women with heterosexual women on a range of health measures Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Ruth McNair
A/Prof Anne Kavanagh
Dr Lynne Hillier
Ms Philomena Horsley
et al
351 Sexual orientation and weight, body image and weight control practices among young Australian women. 2009
A150 Adequacy and equity of treatment for depression among older Australian women Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Mr Richard Gibson
Mr Ian Robinson
A149 Self-rated health, age and gender in longitudinal ageing studies in Australia Prof Julie Byles
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Mr Richard Gibson
Dr Richard Burns
et al
336 The value of comparing health outcomes in cohort studies: An example of self-rated health in seven studies including 79653 participants. 2007
423 Older drivers in Australia: Trends in Driving status and cognitive and visual impairment. 2009
451 Cohort profile: The Dynamic Analyses to Optimize Ageing (DYNOPTA) project. 2010
476 Estimates of probable dementia prevalence from population-based surveys compared with dementia prevalence estimates based on meta-analyses 2010
477 Response letter to Drs. O'Callaghan and O'Neill 2010
488 Examining the SF36 in an older population: Analysis of data from the Dynamic Analyses to Optimise Ageing (DYNOPTA) project. 2011
580 Indigenous Australians are under-represented in longitudinal ageing studies. 2011
582 Understanding ageing in older Australians: the contribution of the Dynamic Analyses to Optimise Ageing (DYNOPTA) project to the evidence base and policy. 2011
583 Combining longitudinal studies showed prevalence of disease differed throughout older adulthood. 2012
584 Positive components of mental health provide significant protection against likelihood of falling in older women over a 13-year period. 2012
585 Age, physical functioning, and affect in midlife and older adulthood. 2013
692 Alcohol, Hospital Admissions and Falls in Older Adults: A longitudinal Evaluation. 2013
A148B Physical activity in Australian women Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Nicola Burton
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
et al
391 Physical activity and health in mid age and older Australian women. 2008
A147B Negotiating caring and employment - the impact on carers' wellbeing Prof Lois Bryson
Prof Michael Bittman
Ms Cathy Thomson
Ms Trish Hill
A143A The perceived impact of world events on the lives of a generation of Australian women Mrs Lyn Adamson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A117B Further research on incontinence among women in Australia Prof Julie Byles
Professor David Sibbritt
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
Ms Cynthia Millar
390 Living with urinary incontinence: A longitudinal study of older women. 2009
A116B The impact of diabetes on quality of life among older women - A longitudinal analysis adjusting for deaths Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Steven Bowe
Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Patrick McElduff
A095B Young women, motherhood, work, and mental health A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Christina Lee
Ms Beverley Lloyd
A/Prof Susan Quine
Dr Timothy Dobbins
A075B Relationship between the Goldberg Depression and Anxiety Scale and health variables in the Older and Mid-age cohorts Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Nadine Smith
Dr Natasha Koloski
A070A Termination of pregnancy in Australia: A descriptive analysis of trends over time and associations in the younger cohort A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Angela Taft
Prof Judith Lumley
Dr Lyndsey Watson
301 Termination of pregnancy: Associations with partner violence and other factors in a national cohort of young Australian women. 2007
328 Depression and termination of pregnancy (induced abortion) in a national cohort of young Australian women: The confounding effect of women’s experience of violence. 2008
A046A Comparisons of the associations between socioeconomic position and hysterectomy among mid-aged and older Australian and British women Prof Jayne Lucke
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Christina Lee
Dr Debbie Lawlor
et al
344 Socioeconomic position and hysterectomy: A cross-cohort comparison of women in Australian and Great Britain. 2008
2005   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A148 Physical activity in Australian women Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Yvette Miller
Dr Nicola Burton
et al
A146 Health effects of female labour force participation in Australia Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Dr Robert Lajeunesse
Ha Duy Lao
A144 Changes in young women's health behaviour in response to traumatic events A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Toni Lindsay
A/Prof Jenny Bowman
A143 The perceived impact of world events on the lives of a generation of Australian women Mrs Lyn Adamson
A142 Changing patterns of contraceptive behaviour in young Australian women (1996-2003) Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Virginia Wheway
A141 Contraceptive use and the Australian birthrate Dr Penny Warner-Smith
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Rosie Mooney
Dr Ann Taylor
A140 Long term health effects of using the Oral Contraceptive Pill (OCP). Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Angela Wood
A/Prof Gillian Heller
A138 Preliminary analyses of qualitative data, coding into Commonwealth priority themes and study of material related to childbirth A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Ann Taylor
A137 What is a healthy level of physical activity for older women? Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
Dr Yvette Miller
et al
384 Updating the evidence on physical activity and health in women. 2007
A136 Sexual orientation and women's incomes: Evidence from Australian longitudinal data A/Prof Deborah Loxton
A/Prof Christopher (Kitt) Carpenter
377 Sexual orientation, income, and non-pecuniary economic outcomes: New evidence from young lesbians in Australia. 2008
A135 Alcohol consumption and poor mental health among mid-aged Australian women Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Jennifer Powers
296 Longitudinal analysis of alcohol consumption and health of middle-aged women in Australia. 2008
A134 Health care for women with diabetes living in rural areas: A longitudinal study of access to care and health care outcomes Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Virginia Wheway
A/Prof Julia Lowe
332 Health care for women with diabetes living in rural areas. 2007
333 Access to health services for mid-aged women in rural Australia: evidence of improvement 2007
352 Costs of medications for older women. 2008
397 Does systematically organized care improve outcomes for women with diabetes 2010
453 Women's knowledge and self-management of diabetes. 2010
A133 Women and arthritis: The burden of suffering for older australian women Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Professor David Sibbritt
Mr Richard Gibson
Mr Ian Robinson
A132 A cross sectional and longitudinal study of depression in Australian women with heart disease and cancer Prof Christina Lee
Ms Leah Clair Collins
Prof Prasuna Reddy
Dr Steven Bunker
Ms Jane Fletcher
A131 Partner violence and gynaecological health of mid-aged women A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Rafat Hussain
Ms Jennifer Powers
Prof Margot Schofield
330 Inadequate cervical cancer screening among mid-aged Australian women who have experienced partner violence 2009
A127 Asthma amongst elderly women Prof Julie Byles
Dr Peter Gibson
Professor David Sibbritt
Mr Ian Robinson
A126 Coping with miscarriage - young women's experiences Prof Christina Lee
Dr Ingrid Rowlands
350 Correlates of miscarriage among young women in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. 2009
442 Adjustment after miscarriage: Predicting positive mental health trajectories among young Australian women. 2010
443 The silence was deafening: Social and health service support after miscarriage. 2010
A120 Combinations of aspirations and psychological well-being Prof Christina Lee
Ms Helen Gramotnev
Ms Nicole Arthur
A118 The impact of oral contraception use on mental health among young women Associate Professor Anne Young
Professor David Sibbritt
Dr Janine Duke
Ms Cate France
273 Is there an association between the use of oral contraception and depressive symptoms in young Australian women 2007
A117A Further research on incontinence among women in Australia Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
Professor David Sibbritt
Ms Cynthia Millar
A116A The impact of diabetes on quality of life among older women - A longitudinal analysis adjusting for deaths Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Steven Bowe
A/Prof Julia Lowe
et al
A115 Characteristics of frequent attenders at general practice Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Virginia Wheway
A114 Relationship between vascular health status and mental health variables in an older cohort Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Natasha Koloski
2004   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A125 Longitudinal effects of socio-demographic and health transitional states on mental health Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Christina Lee
Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Nadine Smith
A119 Has access to health services changed for women in rural Australia? Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Julie Byles
Dr Penny Warner-Smith
148 The decline in bulk billing and increase in out-of-pocket costs for general practice consultations in rural areas of Australia, 1995-2001. 2003
A113 The impact of stressful life events and anxiety symptoms on health status, mood state, quality of life and health care utilisation among older women: Analysis of epidemiological data from the ALSWH Professor Nancy Pachana
Dr Natasha Koloski
A112 The impact of life events on health status, mood state, quality of life and health care utilization Professor Nancy Pachana
Dr Natasha Koloski
A110 Patterns of use and satisfaction with childcare Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Lois Bryson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A109 Changes in time pressure over the life course Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Lois Bryson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A108 Time pressure, relationships and employment over time Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Lois Bryson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A107 Time pressure, work patterns and family arrangements Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Lois Bryson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A106 Concerns about job security in young women Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Lois Bryson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A105 Patterns of workforce participation among young women Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Lois Bryson
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Ms Jennifer Powers
A104 Health costs of inactivity and overweight Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Annette Dobson
Mr Richard Hockey
et al
274 Physical activity, body mass index and health care costs in mid-age Australian women. 2008
A103 Associations between time pressure, control and work-family balance in mid-age women Dr Penny Warner-Smith
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Lois Bryson
Professor Peter Brown
Ms Leanne Fray
253 Managing the work-life rollercoaster: Private stress or public health issues. 2007
A102 Use of medication amongst mid-aged women: Correlates of Use and predicting change Prof Margot Schofield
Dr Asad Khan
A101 Change in health status and healthcare use for women who have and have not had health assessments Synopsis Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Xenia Dolja-Gore
Dr Meredith Tavener
Dr Catherine Chojenta
et al
272 Annual health assessments for older Australian women: Uptake and equity. 2007
332 Health care for women with diabetes living in rural areas. 2007
A100 Predictors of change in illicit drug use Ms Anne Russell
Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Cathy Turner
Ms Emily Yorkston
310 Longitudinal predictors of changes to illicit drug use among young Australian women. 2007
A098 There is more to life than just walking Mrs Lyn Adamson
Ms Jennifer Powers
Dr Glennys Parker
248 'There's more to life than just walking': Older women's ways of staying healthy and happy. 2006
A097 The magnitude, pattern, correlates and implications of types of attrition in ALSWH, Surveys 1-3 Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Jennifer Powers
174 Attrition in longitudinal studies: Who do you lose 2006
A096 Charges and use of bulk-billing by specialists in urban and rural areas of Australia 1997-2001 Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Peter Jones
A095A Young women, motherhood, work, and mental health Prof Christina Lee
Ms Beverley Lloyd
A094 Validation of the short form centre for epidemiological studies depression scale (CESD-10) among mid-age women Prof Margot Schofield
Ms Jennifer Powers
348 Performance of the Goldberg Anxiety and Depression Scale in older women. 2008
A092 Indexes of multi-comorbidity Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Mr Richard Hockey
276 Weighted multi-morbidity indexes predict mortality, health service use and health-related quality of life in older women. 2008
A091 Health related outcomes of weight change in young women Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Jessica Ford
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Yvette Miller
Mr Richard Hockey
A090 To what extent does having babies contribute to weight gain in young women? Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Yvette Miller
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Mr Richard Hockey
A089 Survival analysis of older women Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Jessica Ford
Ms Melanie Spallek
284 Self rated health and a healthy lifestyle are the most important predictors of survival in elderly women. 2008
A088 Patterns of shift work, night work and working at home Dr Penny Warner-Smith
A086 Resilience and coping: Predicting positive well-being following life-transitions and major life events among young Australian women Prof Christina Lee
Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Helen Gramotnev
252 Life transitions and mental health in a national cohort of young Australian women. 2007
A085 Physical activity and bone health in mid-age Women Prof Wendy Brown
Ms Jessica Ford
Dr Yvette Miller
Dr Kristiann (Kristi) Heesch
283 Relationship between physical activity and stiff or painful joints in mid-aged women and older women: a 3-year prospective study 2007
A084 Health related outcomes of weight change in mid-aged women Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Adrian Barnett
Dr Gurshant Singh
et al
291 Short-term weight change and the incidence of diabetes in midlife: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2007
324 Rose revisited: A 'middle road' prevention strategy for reducing risk of non-communicable chronic disease. 2007
A083 Dietary composition and weight change Prof Wendy Brown
Professor Kylie Ball
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Jessica Ford
Prof Clare Collins
et al
A081 Characteristics of CAM users and associated symptoms and conditions Associate Professor Anne Young
Professor David Sibbritt
Prof Jon Adams
166 Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use among elderly Australian women who have cancer. 2003
24 A longitudinal analysis of Mid-age women’s use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in Australia, 1996-1998. 2005
261 Naturopathy/herbalism consultations by mid-aged Australian women with cancer. 2005
265 A profile of middle-aged women who consult a chiropractor or osteopath: Findings from a survey of 11,143 Australian women. 2006
246 The characteristics of middle aged Australian women who consult acupuncturists. 2007
247 Consultations with a naturopath or herbalist: the prevalence of use and profile of users amongst mid-aged women in Australia. 2007
A080 Is pet ownership associated with better health in older women? Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
192 Relations between companion animals and self-reported health in older women: Cause, effect or artefact 2005
A079 Smoking and SES in young Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Mohammad Siahpush
Dr Liane McDermott
A078 Vegetarianism in young Australian women: weight management and menstrual problems Ms Jennifer Powers
Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Surinder Baines
204 How does the health and well-being of young Australian vegetarian and semi-vegetarian women compare with non-vegetarians 2007
A077 Use of enhanced primary care services by older Australian women Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Catherine D'Este
Dr Virginia Wheway
272 Annual health assessments for older Australian women: Uptake and equity. 2007
A076 The physical, social and economic health and well-being of women with dependent children following relationship breakdown Dr Penny Warner-Smith
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Prof Lois Bryson
225 What future The long term implications of sole motherhood for economic wellbeing. 2005
251 The psychological health of sole mothers in Australia. 2006
A075 Relationship between Goldberg Depression and Anxiety Scale and health variables in an older cohort Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Nadine Smith
Dr Natasha Koloski
A056 Long-term effects of early motherhood vs miscarriage among young Australian women Prof Christina Lee
Dr Bruce Bradbury
286 The impact of young motherhood on education, employment and marriage. 2006
A055 Socioeconomic inequalities in women's use of health care services in Australia Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Rosemary Korda
Dr Jim Butler
Dr Mark Clements
382 Is inequity undermining Australia’s ‘universal’ health care system Socio-economic inequalities in the use of specialist medical and non-medical ambulatory health care. 2009
A054 Epidemiology of osteoporosis in Australian women Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Karen Furlong
A053 The relationship between health and volunteering in older women Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Prof Jeni Warburton
Professor David Sibbritt
Mr Richard Gibson
452 Volunteering and older women: Psychosocial and health predictors of participation. 2010
A052 Women consider retirement: A critical investigation of attitudes towards work, ageing and retirement in three generations of Australian women Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Prof Julie Byles
Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Deborah Stevenson
Dr Christine Everingham
et al
196 'Things are getting better all the time' Challenging the narrative of women's progress from a generational perspective. 2007
A051 Declining fertility rates and the normalisation of technological control of reproduction among young adult women Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Ms Rosie Mooney
Dr Ann Taylor
431 A study of conviction: Desires and doubts about having children. 2009
A050 Intake of omega-3 fatty acids in a representative sample of Australian women Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Lesley MacDonald-Wicks
Prof Manohar Garg
Prof Clare Collins
Prof Lauren Williams
A049 Weight control practices of mid-aged women: Social determinants and health impacts Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lauren Williams
Professor John Germov
270 Preventing weight gain: A population cohort study of the nature and effectiveness of mid-age women's weight control practices. 2007
A048 Diet quality and red meat consumption, and its effects on health, quality of life and social functioning in young and mid-age women Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Lauren Williams
Prof Clare Collins
Dr Amanda Patterson
A047 Mental health profiles of women who access counseling services. Synopsis Prof Margot Schofield
Dr Asad Khan
300 Australian women who seek counselling: Psychosocial, health behaviour and demographic profile. 2008
381 Australian women seeking counselling have higher use of health services. 2008
A046 Comparisons of the associations between socioeconomic position and hysterectomy among older Australian and British women Prof Christina Lee
Dr Debbie Lawlor
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
A045 Comparisons of the associations between socioeconomic position and cardiovascular disease risk factors across three age groups of Australian women Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Debbie Lawlor
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
240 A comparison of the association between socioeconomic position and cardiovascular disease risk factors in three age cohorts of Australian women: Findings from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Women's Health. 2005
A044 The correlates and outcomes of breast-cancer in the mid-age data Prof Christina Lee
Dr Lisa Beatty
Prof Tracey Wade
399 A prospective examination of perceived stress as a mediator of the relationship between life-events and QOL following breast cancer. 2009
A043 Vision and hearing loss in older women: Health and psychosocial impacts Prof Christina Lee
A/Prof Linnett Sanchez
Dr Kristin McLaughlin
Ms Wenggie Fong
A042 Statistical methods to account for death in longitudinal studies Professor David Sibbritt
Associate Professor Anne Young
Dr Steven Bowe
Dr Patrick McElduff
249 Transforming the SF-36 to account for death in longitudinal studies with three year follow-up. 2006
A041 The impact of violence on labour force attachment and income Prof Christina Lee
Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Dr Robert Hawkins
Ms Bonny Parkinson
Dr Andrew Weiss
et al
2003   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A074 Never married and childless older women: How are they dealing with ageing? Prof Christina Lee
Ms Carole Poole
Dr Julie Cwikel
197 Never-married childless women: Health and social circumstances in older age. 2006
A073 Coping with new motherhood Prof Christina Lee
Ms Helen Gramotnev
216 Predictors and outcomes of early motherhood in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. 2006
218 Predictors and correlates of coping well with early motherhood in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health. 2006
A072 Older Australian women: A picture of health and ageing Prof Julie Byles
Dr Catherine Chojenta
Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Ms Jennifer Powers
179 The Big picture: The health and wellbeing of three generations of women in rural and remote areas of Australia. 2004
209 Older women in Australia: Aging in urban, rural and remote environments. 2006
323 Fit and Well at 80: Defying the stereotypes of age and illness. 2007
A071 Utilisation of oral health care services by women Prof Julie Byles
Professor David Sibbritt
A/Prof Deborah Cockrell
349 Prevalence and characteristics of older Australian women who consult dentists. 2007
422 Older Australian Women's use of dentists: A longitudinal analysis over 6 years. 2010
A069 Predictors of weight gain in mid-age women Prof Wendy Brown
Ms Jessica Ford
Professor Kylie Ball
Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Lauren Williams
195 Identifying the 'energy gap': Magnitude and determinants of five year weight gain in mid-age women. 2005
198 Weight gained in two years by a population of mid-aged women: How much is too much 2006
A068 Perceived control: How is it associated with socioeconomic status and with health Prof Christina Lee
Ms Jessica Ford
Ms Helen Gramotnev
268 The Life Control Scale: Validation with a population cohort of middle-aged Australian women. 2009
A067 Time constraints and physical activity Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Adrian Bauman
A/Prof Catrine Tudor-Locke
A066 Motherhood plans amongst young women Prof Christina Lee
Ms Helen Gramotnev
23 Motherhood plans among young Australian women: Who wants children these days 2006
A065 The impact of self-reported cognitive status in an older cohort Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Anne Russell
Ms Michelle Andrews
Mr David Fitzgerald
A064 Predictors of psychosocial recovery after change in physical health status: The impact of age on 'good' recovery Professor Nancy Pachana
Dr Emma Harley
A063 Carers and psychosocial correlates across time: A longitudinal analysis Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Sally Price
A062 Effects of migration on the cross-sectional differences in health status between regions + extension Associate Professor Anne Young
A/Prof Ann Larson
A/Prof Martin Bell
A061 Relationship between change in DSSI and change in mental health status in Older cohort Professor Nancy Pachana
Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Nadine Smith
Ms Melanie Watson
A/Prof Deirdre McLaughlin
211 Responsiveness of the Duke Social Support Sub-scales in older women. 2008
A060 Identifying vulnerability to frailty in older age Prof Julie Byles
Ms Catherine Regan
Professor David Sibbritt
295 Factors associated with decline in physical functional health in a cohort of older women. 2007
A059 Smoking amongst young women in Queensland Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Anne Russell
Dr Liane McDermott
Prof Neville Owen
56 Risk of multiple prior miscarriages among middle aged women who smoke. 2000
A058 Use of ALSWH data to illustrate methodology for analyzing longitudinal data Prof Annette Dobson
A/Prof Leigh Tooth
Prof Gita Mishra
Dr Liliana Orellana
Dr Mark Jones
et al
293 Compensating for Missing Data from Longitudinal Studies Using WinBUGS. 2007
579 A comparison of SF-36 summary measures of physical and mental health for women across the life course. 2013
A057 Whose socioeconomic status influences a woman's obesity risk: Her mother's, her father's or her own? Professor Kylie Ball
Prof Gita Mishra
213 Whose socioeconomic status influences a woman’s obesity risk: Her mother’s, her father’s or her own 2006
A040 Treatment seeking behaviour among women with incontinence Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Dr Yvette Miller
81 Managing urinary incontinence across the lifespan. 2003
115 Urinary incontinence across the lifespan. 2003
A039 The impact of health problems on casual workers Prof Christina Lee
Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Dr Kristy Sanderson
A038 Diet quality and health service use in the Mid-aged cohort Of ALSWH Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Clare Collins
Dr Allison Hodge
A036 Research into young and mid data in order to compare the time use questions with those used Bb ABS (question on time pressure) Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Dr Wendy Gunthorpe
A035 Prevalence of back pain in Australian women and its relationship to incontinence and respiratory disease Ms Anne Russell
Prof Christina Lee
Dr Michelle Smith
A/Prof Paul Hodges
206 Disorders of breathing and continence have a stronger association with back pain than obesity and physical activity. 2006
327 Is there a relationship between parity, pregnancy, back pain and incontinence 2007
335 How common is back pain in women with gastrointestinal problems 2008
406 Do incontinence, breathing difficulties, and gastrointestinal symptoms increase the risk of future back pain 2009
A034A Alcohol consumption and health outcomes among older women Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Julie Byles
Prof Lynne Parkinson
Dr Hiroyuki Furuya
Ms Susan Clemens
257 A drink to healthy ageing: The association between older women's use of alcohol and their health-related quality of life. 2006
362 Alcohol consumption and physical health-related quality of life in older women using the transformation of SF-36 to account for death. 2008
A034 Young and mid data on alcohol intake and transitions Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Jennifer Powers
Ms Sharon Matthews
Ms Susan Clemens
260 Alcohol consumption of Australian women: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. 2007
298 Comparison of a food-frequency questionnaire method and a quantity-frequency method to classify risky alcohol consumption in women. 2007
296 Longitudinal analysis of alcohol consumption and health of middle-aged women in Australia. 2008
A033 Analysis supporting assessment of burden of disease within Australia Prof Christina Lee
A/Prof Theo Vos
Dr Sunil Piers
A032 Dietary questionnaire for epidemiological studies (DQES) Version 2. To measure food and nutrient intakes of the ALSWH cohort of mid-age women (aged 50-55 years) Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Dr Allison Hodge
Prof Graham Giles
A031 Analysis of women’s decision to purchase private health insurance Associate Professor Anne Young
A/Prof Robert Conlon
A/Prof Garry Barrett
A030 Dietary questionnaire for epidemiological studies (DQES) version 2. To measure food and nutrient intakes of the ALSWH cohort of young women (aged 25-30 years) Dr Penny Warner-Smith
Dr Allison Hodge
Prof Graham Giles
A011B The relationship between migration and health in mid and older age women using all datasets Associate Professor Anne Young
A/Prof Ann Larson
A/Prof Martin Bell
21 Clarifying the relationships between health and residential mobility. 2004
2002   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A130 Describing dietary intakes of Australian women Prof Gita Mishra
Professor Kylie Ball
Prof Wendy Brown
Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Amanda Patterson
et al
172 How well do Australian women comply with dietary guidelines 2004
171 Socio-demographic inequalities in the diets of mid-age Australian women. 2005
A124 Socio-demographics, health behaviour, physical health correlates of mental health, and physical health predictors of change in mental health Prof Annette Dobson
Prof Christina Lee
Professor Nancy Pachana
Ms Nadine Smith
A070 Termination of pregnancy in Australia: A descriptive analysis of trends over time and associations in the younger cohort Prof Christina Lee
A/Prof Deborah Loxton
Dr Angela Taft
Prof Judith Lumley
Dr Lyndsey Watson
A029 Young 2 data on sexually transmitted infections Prof Margot Schofield
Dr Asad Khan
Prof Rafat Hussain
188 Correlates of sexually transmitted infections in young Australian women. 2005
A028 Investigating predictors of young women's amphetamine use in Australia: A multi-method study of young women aged 15-27 years Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Anne Russell
Prof Charlotte De Crespigny
A/Prof Marika Tiggemann
A027 Analysing the data from mid-age women who have had breast cancer/ mastectomy/ lumpectomy Prof Christina Lee
Prof Tracey Wade
156 The impact of breast cancer on the lives of middle-aged women: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Women's Health. 2005
A026 The use of complementary and alternative medicine for all three cohorts in phase 1 and phase 2 Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Jon Adams
Professor David Sibbritt
A/Prof Gary Easthope
178 The profile of women who consult alternative health practitioners in Australia. 2003
A025 Young women, reproductive health and intimate partner abuse Prof Christina Lee
Dr Angela Taft
175 Violence against young Australian women and association with reproductive events: A cross sectional analysis of a national population sample. 2004
2001   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A129 Stress, health behaviours and the transition to adulthood among young women. Prof Christina Lee
Dr Sandra Bell
194 Emerging adulthood and patterns of physical activity among young Australian women. 2005
221 Does timing and sequencing of transitions to adulthood make a difference Stress, smoking and physical activity among young Australian women. 2006
199 Transitions in emerging adulthood and stress among young Australian women. 2008
A122 Psychological predictors of successful ageing in a cohort of older Australian women Prof Christina Lee
Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Nadine Smith
147 Optimism, health-related hardiness and well-being among older Australian women. 2004
A023 Analysis of data on time use and well-being Prof Lois Bryson
Prof Michael Bittman
A022 Lesbians' health (includes non-exclusively heterosexual womens' health) Prof Christina Lee
A/Prof Ruth McNair
A/Prof Anne Kavanagh
Mr Paul Agius
Mr Bin Tong
184 The association between licit and illicit drug use and sexuality in young Australian women. 2003
22 The mental health status of young adult and mid-life non-heterosexual Australia women. 2005
A021 Describing women's personal experiences of asthma, how they diagnose and manage their asthma, their treatment strategies and the impact of asthma on the quality of life Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Gabrielle Rose
Prof Jake Najman
A020 The relationship between employment and unemployment and health Prof Christina Lee
Dr Margaret Kelaher
201 Unemployment, contraceptive behaviour and reproductive outcomes among young Australian women. 2007
A019 Illicit drug use in the Young cohort Prof Annette Dobson
Ms Anne Russell
Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Cathy Turner
164 Prevalence of illicit drug use in young Australian women, patterns of use and associated risk factors. 2003
A018 The relationship between work (paid & unpaid) and health, well-being and life quality Prof Lois Bryson
Prof Christina Lee
Professor Barbara Pocock
2000   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A121 Changes in physical and mental health associated with urinary incontinence in older Australian women Prof Christina Lee
Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Wendy Brown
Ms Nadine Smith
A024 Contraceptive behaviour of young women in Australia Prof Annette Dobson
Dr Samantha Hollingworth
A017 Qualitative analyses of the health experiences of Australian rural and remote women Prof Christina Lee
Dr Helen Keleher
A016 Factors associated with childbearing among the Middle Aged sample Prof Margot Schofield
Prof Rafat Hussain
A015 The movement of elderly women into residential aged care and related facilities Associate Professor Anne Young
Prof Julie Byles
Ms Rachel Aylward
A014 Validation of NSW Health funding models using Women's Health Australia data Associate Professor Anne Young
A/Prof Robert Gibberd
Dr Barry McDonald
A012 A) Investigating the health seeking behaviour, in relation to cancer prevention of NESB & indigenous women compared with Non-NESB women: B) Comparing responses to quality of life questions between the Filipina special cohort and I) NESB women and Ii) Non-NESB women in the main sample Prof Christina Lee
Dr Susan Donath
1999   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A128 Examination of the psychometric properties of the WHA young stress scale: A measure of perceived stress Prof Christina Lee
Dr Sandra Bell
119 Development of the perceived stress questionnaire for young women. 2002
150 Perceived stress revisited: The Women's Health Australia project young cohort. 2003
A013 Analysing The Responses To The Question About Satisfaction With Share Of Domestic Duties (question 75 In The Mid-age Baseline Survey) Prof Lois Bryson
Dr Susan Donath
A011 The spatial interactions of health and migration in Australia for the Mid-age and Older cohorts using all datasets Associate Professor Anne Young
A/Prof Ann Larson
A/Prof Martin Bell
21 Clarifying the relationships between health and residential mobility. 2004
A010 Assessing the prevalence of body dissatisfaction and what factors are associated with this in the Young age cohort Associate Professor Anne Young
Ms Fiona Campbell
Dr Libby Campbell
A009 Relationship between mammography, hormonal therapies and breast cancer Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Kathleen Strong
1998   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A008 Relationships between biological, psychological, social and lifestyle factors and women's physical health and emotional well-being amongst young women with children in their care Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Wendy Gunthorpe
A007 Investigating the psychosocial problems of sufferers of intractable angina Professor Justin Kenardy
Dr Esben Strodl
143 Perceived stress as a predictor of the self-reported new diagnosis of symptomatic CHD in older women. 2003
307 The 5 item mental health index predicts the initial diagnosis of stroke in older women. 2008
A006 Factors associated with sleeping difficulty and sleep drug use Prof Julie Byles
Prof Gita Mishra
Mr Syed Hassan
67 Use of sleeping medication, and quality of life, among older women who report sleeping difficulty. 2001
A002 The characteristics of Australian women with disabilities Synopsis Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Romaine Rutnam
61 Using research to assist women with disabilities in Australia. 2000
A001 Use of HRT by older Australian women Prof Julie Byles
Dr Anurina Das
1997   Top
Title and Synopsis Investigators and Collaborators Publications
A005 The health of indigenous women, women from non-english speaking backgrounds and women living in mobile homes Prof Julie Byles
Dr Margaret Kelaher
Prof Gail Williams
A004 Urinary incontinence in Australian women: Prevalence and prevention Prof Wendy Brown
A/Prof Pauline Chiarelli
27 Leaking urine in Australian women: Prevalence and associated conditions. 1999
37 Leaking urine in Australian women: Prevalence and associated conditions. 1999
65 Economic costs of urinary incontinence in community-dwelling Australian women. 2001
A003 Premenstrual symptoms in young and middle-aged women Prof Wendy Brown
Dr Wendy Vanselow