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Natalie is a final year PhD student in the School of Public Health. Her project investigates public perceptions and attitudes toward the introduction of alcohol warning labels that carry the message 'alcohol causes cancer'. Natalie completed her B. Psych Hons at The University of Adelaide, and has extensive experience conducting research.
Natalie also enjoys tutoring in all areas of public health.
Year Citation 2021 Eliott, J., Crabb, S., & Hawkins, O. (2021). 'Alcohol causes cancer': a difficult message for Australians to swallow.. Health Promotion International, 37(1), 11 pages.
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2020 May, N. J., Eliott, J., Crabb, S., Miller, E. R., & Braunack-Mayer, A. (2020). Alcohol warning labels to reduce alcohol-related harm: a scoping review protocol. JBI Evidence Synthesis, 18(1), 186-193.
DOI Scopus3 Europe PMC1
2020 Cations, M., May, N., Crotty, M., Low, L. F., Clemson, L., Whitehead, C., . . . Laver, K. E. (2020). Health professional perspectives on rehabilitation for people with dementia. Gerontologist, 60(3), 503-512.
DOI Scopus16 Europe PMC10
2017 May, N., Eliott, J., & Crabb, S. (2017). ‘Everything causes cancer’: how Australians respond to the message that alcohol causes cancer. Critical Public Health, 27(4), 419-429.
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