Toby Freeman

Toby Freeman

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


I am a Senior Research Fellow at Stretton Health Equity, part of the University of Adelaide's Stretton Institute. My core research interest is how to redress growing health inequities. My areas of research include primary health care, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, healthy public policy, and the social determinants of health.

I was previously a Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director at the Southgate Institute for Health, Society, and Equity at Flinders University, and a policy officer at the South Australian Council of Social Service.

My interests are around policy engaged research on health and social inequities, particularly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health inequities, health equity in public policy, and comprehensive primary health care.

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2022 Musolino, C., van Eyk, H., Freeman, T., Fisher, M., MacDougall, C., Williams, C., & Baum, F. (2022). Reviving health promotion in South Australia: The role of ideas, actors and institutional forces. Health promotion international, 37(6), 12 pages.
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    2022 Freeman, T., Townsend, B., Mackean, T., Musolino, C., Friel, S., McDermott, D., & Baum, F. (2022). Why are Indigenous Affairs Policies Framed in ways that Undermine Indigenous Health and Equity? Examining Australia’s Northern Territory Emergency Response. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 13(2).
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    2022 Flavel, J., McKee, M., Tesfay, F. H., Musolino, C., Freeman, T., Van Eyk, H., & Baum, F. (2022). Explaining health inequalities in Australia: The contribution of income, wealth and employment. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 8 pages.
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    2022 Freeman, T., Townsend, B., Mackean, T., Musolino, C., Friel, S., & Baum, F. (2022). Advancing Indigenous self-determination and health equity: Lessons from a failed Australian public policy. SSM - Qualitative Research in Health, 2, 100117.
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    2022 Flavel, J., Musolino, C., & Freeman, T. (2022). The need for improved Australian data on social determinants of health inequities. Medical Journal of Australia, 217(6), 325.
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    2022 Fisher, M., Freeman, T., Mackean, T., Friel, S., & Baum, F. (2022). Universal Health Coverage for Health Equity: From Principle to Practice; A Response to the Recent Commentaries. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 11(8), 1-3.
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    2022 Flavel, J., McKee, M., Freeman, T., Musolino, C., Van Eyk, H., Tesfay, F. H., & Baum, F. (2022). The need for improved Australian data on social determinants of health inequities. Medical Journal of Australia, 216(8), 388-391.
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    2022 Roesler, A., Musolino, C., van Eyk, H., Flavel, J., Freeman, T., Fisher, M., . . . Baum, F. (2022). Conducting a rapid health promotion audit in suburban Adelaide, South Australia: Can it contribute to revitalising health promotion?. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 33(2), 488-498.
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    2022 Freeman, T., Fisher, M., Foley, K., Boyd, M. A., Ward, P. R., McMichael, G., . . . Dekker, G. (2022). Barriers to digital health services among people living in areas of socioeconomic disadvantage: Research from hospital diabetes and antenatal clinics.. Health Promot J Austr, 33(3), 751-757.
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    2022 Fisher, M., Harris, P., Freeman, T., Mackean, T., George, E., Friel, S., & Baum, F. (2022). Implementing universal and targeted policies for health equity: lessons from Australia. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 11(10), 2308-2318.
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    2022 Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Ziersch, A., & Freeman, T. (2022). A Framework to Determine the Extent to Which Regional Primary Healthcare Organisations Are Comprehensive or Selective in Their Approach. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 11(4), 479-488.
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    2021 Friel, S., Townsend, B., Fisher, M., Harris, P., Freeman, T., & Baum, F. (2021). Power and the people's health. Social Science and Medicine, 282, 12 pages.
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    2021 Windle, A., Javanparast, S., Freeman, T., & Baum, F. (2021). Assessing organisational capacity for evidence-informed health policy and planning: an adaptation of the ORACLe tool for Australian primary health care organizations. Health Research Policy and Systems, 19(1), 25-1-25-11.
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    2021 Baum, F., Freeman, T., Musolino, C., Abramovitz, M., De Ceukelaire, W., Flavel, J., . . . Villar, E. (2021). Explaining covid-19 performance: What factors might predict national responses?. The BMJ, 372, 4 pages.
    DOI Scopus37 WoS31 Europe PMC14
    2021 Neadley, K. E., McMichael, G., Freeman, T., Browne-Yung, K., Baum, F., Pretorius, E., . . . Boyd, M. A. (2021). Capturing the social determinants of health at the individual level: a pilot study.. Public health research & practice, 31(2), 1-7.
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    2021 Freeman, T., Baum, F., Javanparast, S., Ziersch, A., Mackean, T., & Windle, A. (2021). Challenges facing primary health care in federated government systems: Implementation of Primary Health Networks in Australian states and territories. Health Policy, 125(4), 495-503.
    DOI Scopus5 WoS5 Europe PMC1
    2021 Baum, F., & Freeman, T. (2021). Why Community Health Systems Have Not Flourished in High Income Countries: What the Australian Experience Tells Us. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT, 11(1), 49-58.
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    2021 Browne–Yung, K., Ziersch, A., Friel, S., Freeman, T., & Baum, F. (2021). Deindustrialising economies, plant closures and affected communities: Identifying potential pathways to health inequities. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 33(3), 5 pages.
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    2021 Freeman, T., Baum, F., Javanparast, S., Labonté, R., Lawless, A., & Barton, E. (2021). The contribution of group work to the goals of comprehensive primary health care. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 32(1), 126-136.
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    2021 Foley, K., Freeman, T., Ward, P., Lawler, A., Osborne, R., & Fisher, M. (2021). Exploring access to, use of and benefits from population-oriented digital health services in Australia. Health Promotion International, 36(4), 1105-1115.
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    2020 Freeman, T., Gesesew, H. A., Bambra, C., Giugliani, E. R. J., Popay, J., Sanders, D., . . . Baum, F. (2020). Why do some countries do better or worse in life expectancy relative to income? An analysis of Brazil, Ethiopia, and the United States of America. International Journal for Equity in Health, 19(1), 19 pages.
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    2020 Baum, F., Townsend, B., Fisher, M., Browne-Yung, K., Freeman, T., Ziersch, A., . . . Friel, S. (2020). Creating Political Will for Action on Health Equity: Practical Lessons for Public Health Policy Actors. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT, 11(7), 14 pages.
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    2020 Fisher, I. M., Freeman, T., Mackean, T., Friel, S., & Baum, F. (2020). Universal Health Coverage for Non-communicable Diseases and Health Equity: Lessons From Australian Primary Healthcare. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT, 11(5), 11 pages.
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    2020 Townsend, B., Friel, S., Freeman, T., Schram, A., Strazdins, L., Labonte, R., . . . Baum, F. (2020). Advancing a health equity agenda across multiple policy domains: A qualitative policy analysis of social, trade and welfare policy. BMJ Open, 10(11), 9 pages.
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    2020 Musolino, C., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Labonté, R., Bodini, C., & Sanders, D. (2020). Global health activists' lessons on building social movements for Health for All. International Journal for Equity in Health, 19(1), 14 pages.
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    2020 Ziersch, A., Freeman, T., Javanparast, S., Mackean, T., & Baum, F. (2020). Regional primary health care organisations and migrant and refugee health: the importance of prioritisation, funding, collaboration and engagement. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 44(2), 152-159.
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    2020 Baum, F., Ziersch, A., Freeman, T., Javanparast, S., Henderson, J., & Mackean, T. (2020). Strife of Interests: Constraints on integrated and co-ordinated comprehensive PHC in Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 248, 9 pages.
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    2020 Fisher, M., Freeman, T., Schram, A., Baum, F., & Friel, S. (2020). Implementing policy on next-generation broadband networks and implications for equity of access to high speed broadband: A case study of Australia's NBN. Telecommunications Policy, 44(7), 14 pages.
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    2019 Freeman, T., Baum, F., Mackean, T., Ziersch, A., Sherwood, J., Edwards, T., & Boffa, J. (2019). Case study of a decolonising Aboriginal community controlled comprehensive primary health care response to alcohol-related harm. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 43(6), 532-537.
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    2019 Browne-Yung, K., Freeman, T., Battersby, M., McEvoy, D. R., & Baum, F. (2019). Developing a screening tool to recognise social determinants of health in Australian clinical settings. Public Health Research and Practice, 29(4), 1-6.
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    2019 Barton, E., Freeman, T., Baum, F., Javanparast, S., & Lawless, A. (2019). The feasibility and potential use of case-tracked client journeys in primary healthcare: A pilot study. BMJ Open, 9(5), 12 pages.
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    2019 Henderson, J., Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Fuller, J., Ziersch, A., & Mackean, T. (2019). Interagency collaboration in primary mental health care: Lessons from the Partners in Recovery program. International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 13(1), 10 pages.
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    2019 Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Ziersch, A., Henderson, J., & Mackean, T. (2019). Collaborative population health planning between Australian primary health care organisations and local government: lost opportunity. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 43(1), 68-74.
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    2019 Henderson, J., Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Ziersch, A., Mackean, T., & Fuller, J. (2019). The governance of primary mental health planning by Primary Health Networks. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 54(3), 267-284.
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    2019 Freeman, T., Fisher, M., Baum, F., & Friel, S. (2019). Healthy infrastructure: Australian National Broadband Network policy implementation and its importance to health equity. Information Communication and Society, 22(10), 1414-1431.
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    2019 Baugh Littlejohns, L., Baum, F., Lawless, A., & Freeman, T. (2019). Disappearing health system building blocks in the health promotion policy context in South Australia (2003–2013). Critical Public Health, 29(2), 228-240.
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    2018 Schram, A., Friel, S., Freeman, T., Fisher, M., Baum, F., & Harris, P. (2018). Digital Infrastructure as a Determinant of Health Equity: An Australian Case Study of the Implementation of the National Broadband Network. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 77(4), 829-842.
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    2018 Windle, A., Fisher, I., Freeman, T., Baum, F., Javanparast, S., Kay, A., & Kidd, M. (2018). Increased private health fund involvement in Australia's primary health care: Implications for health equity. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 53(4), 338-354.
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    2018 Javanparast, S., Windle, A., Freeman, T., & Baum, F. (2018). Community health worker programs to improve healthcare access and equity: Are they only relevant to low-and middle-income countries?. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 7(10), 943-954.
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    2018 Baugh Littlejohns, L., Baum, F., Lawless, A., & Freeman, T. (2018). The value of a causal loop diagram in exploring the complex interplay of factors that influence health promotion in a multisectoral health system in Australia. Health Research Policy and Systems, 16(1), 12 pages.
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    2018 Lee, J., Schram, A., Riley, E., Harris, P., Baum, F., Fisher, I. M., . . . Friel, S. (2018). Addressing health equity through action on the social determinants of health: A global review of policy outcome evaluation methods. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 7(7), 581-592.
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    2018 Freeman, T., Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Ziersch, A., & Mackean, T. (2018). A framework for regional primary health care to organise actions to address health inequities. International Journal of Public Health, 63(5), 567-575.
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    2018 Javanparast, S., Freeman, T., Baum, F., Labonté, R., Ziersch, A., Mackean, T., . . . Sanders, D. (2018). How institutional forces, ideas and actors shaped population health planning in Australian regional primary health care organisations. BMC Public Health, 18(1), 16 pages.
    DOI Scopus15 WoS13 Europe PMC3
    2018 Bentley, M., Freeman, T., Baum, F., & Javanparast, S. (2018). Interprofessional teamwork in comprehensive primary healthcare services: Findings from a mixed methods study. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 32(3), 274-283.
    DOI Scopus13 WoS10 Europe PMC2
    2018 Baum, F., Popay, J., Delany-Crowe, T., Freeman, T., Musolino, C., Alvarez-Dardet, C., . . . Sanders, D. (2018). Punching above their weight: A network to understand broader determinants of increasing life expectancy. International Journal for Equity in Health, 17(1), 5 pages.
    DOI Scopus9 WoS8 Europe PMC4
    2018 Javanparast, S., Maddern, J., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Lawless, A., Labonté, R., & Sanders, D. (2018). Change management in an environment of ongoing primary health care system reform: A case study of Australian primary health care services. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 33(1), e76-e88.
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    2018 Freeman, T., Baum, F., Labonté, R., Javanparast, S., & Lawless, A. (2018). Primary health care reform, dilemmatic space and risk of burnout among health workers. Health (United Kingdom), 22(3), 277-297.
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    2018 Henderson, J., Javanparast, S., MacKean, T., Freeman, T., Baum, F., & Ziersch, A. (2018). Commissioning and equity in primary care in Australia: Views from Primary Health Networks. Health and Social Care in the Community, 26(1), 80-89.
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    2017 Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Labonte, R., Ziersch, A. M., Kidd, M. R., & Mackean, T. (2017). Lessons from medicare locals for primary health networks. Medical Journal of Australia, 207(2), 54-55.e1.
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    2017 Baum, F., Freeman, T., Lawless, A., Labonte, R., & Sanders, D. (2017). What is the difference between comprehensive and selective primary health care? Evidence from a five-year longitudinal realist case study in South Australia. BMJ Open, 7(4), 8 pages.
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    2016 Freeman, T., Baum, F., Lawless, A., Javanparast, S., Jolley, G., Labonté, R., . . . Sanders, D. (2016). Revisiting the ability of Australian primary healthcare services to respond to health inequity. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 22(4), 332-338.
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    2016 Baum, F., Freeman, T., Sanders, D., Labonté, R., Lawless, A., & Javanparast, S. (2016). Comprehensive primary health care under neo-liberalism in Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 168, 43-52.
    DOI Scopus41 WoS42 Europe PMC21
    2016 Freeman, T., Baum, F., Lawless, A., Labonté, R., Sanders, D., Boffa, J., . . . Javanparast, S. (2016). Case study of an aboriginal community-controlled health service in australia: Universal, rights-based, publicly funded comprehensive primary health care in action. Health and Human Rights, 18(2), 93-108.
    Scopus18 WoS17 Europe PMC6
    2016 Freeman, T., Baum, F. E., Jolley, G. M., Lawless, A., Edwards, T., Javanparast, S., & Ziersch, A. (2016). Service providers' views of community participation at six Australian primary healthcare services: Scope for empowerment and challenges to implementation. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 31(1), E1-E21.
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    2015 Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Barton, E., Freeman, T., Lawless, A., Fuller, J., . . . Kidd, M. R. (2015). Medicare local-local health network partnerships in South Australia: Lessons for primary health networks. Medical Journal of Australia, 203(5), 219.e1-219.e6.
    DOI Scopus9 WoS6 Europe PMC5
    2014 Jolley, G., Freeman, T., Baum, F., Hurley, C., Lawless, A., Bentley, M., . . . Sanders, D. (2014). Health policy in South Australia 2003-10: Primary health care workforce perceptions of the impact of policy change on health promotion. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25(2), 116-124.
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    2014 Anaf, J., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Labonte, R., Javanparast, S., Jolley, G., . . . Bentley, M. (2014). Factors shaping intersectoral action in primary health care services. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(6), 553-559.
    DOI Scopus25 WoS23 Europe PMC12
    2014 Freeman, T., Jolley, G., Baum, F., Lawless, A., Javanparast, S., & Labonté, R. (2014). Community assessment workshops: A group method for gathering client experiences of health services. Health and Social Care in the Community, 22(1), 47-56.
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    2014 Baum, F., Freeman, T., Jolley, G., Lawless, A., Bentley, M., Värttö, K., . . . Sanders, D. (2014). Health promotion in Australian multi-disciplinary primary health care services: Case studies from South Australia and the Northern Territory. Health Promotion International, 29(4), 705-719.
    DOI Scopus18 WoS14 Europe PMC8
    2014 Lawless, A., Freeman, T., Bentley, M., Baum, F., & Jolley, G. (2014). Developing a good practice model to evaluate the effectiveness of comprehensive primary health care in local communities. BMC Family Practice, 15(1), 9 pages.
    DOI Scopus31 WoS25 Europe PMC18
    2014 Freeman, T., Edwards, T., Baum, F., Lawless, A., Jolley, G., Javanparast, S., & Francis, T. (2014). Cultural respect strategies in Australian Aboriginal primary health care services: Beyond education and training of practitioners. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(4), 355-361.
    DOI Scopus47 WoS46 Europe PMC22
    2013 Baum, F. E., Legge, D. G., Freeman, T., Lawless, A., Labonté, R., & Jolley, G. M. (2013). The potential for multi-disciplinary primary health care services to take action on the social determinants of health: Actions and constraints. BMC Public Health, 13(1), 13 pages.
    DOI Scopus54 WoS40 Europe PMC31
    2013 Roche, A. M., Duraisingam, V., Trifonoff, A., Battams, S., Freeman, T., Tovell, A., . . . Bates, N. (2013). Sharing stories: Indigenous alcohol and other drug workers' well-being, stress and burnout. Drug and Alcohol Review, 32(5), 527-535.
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    2012 Freeman, T., Roche, A. M., Williamson, P., & Pidd, K. (2012). What factors need to be addressed to support dental hygienists to assist their patients to quit smoking?. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 14(9), 1040-1047.
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    2012 Baum, F., Freeman, T., Lawless, A., & Jolley, G. (2012). Community development: Improving patient safety by enhancing the use of health services. Australian Family Physician, 41(6), 424-428.
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    2011 Freeman, T., Baum, F., Lawless, A., Jolley, G., Labonte, R., Bentley, M., & Boffa, J. (2011). Reaching those with the greatest need: How Australian primary health care service managers, practitioners and funders understand and respond to health inequity. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 17(4), 355-361.
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    2011 Wiese, M., Jolley, G., Baum, F., Freeman, T., & Kidd, M. (2011). Australia's systems of primary healthcare: The need for improved coordination and implications for Medicare Locals. Australian Family Physician, 40(12), 995-999.
    Scopus11 WoS11 Europe PMC6
    2011 Freeman, T., White, V. M., & Roche, A. M. (2011). Which Australian secondary school students are at risk of illicit drug use?. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30(6), 589-596.
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    2011 Freeman, T., Roche, A. M., Williamson, P., & Pidd, K. (2011). Hazardous alcohol use interventions with emergency patients: Self-reported practices of nurses, and predictors of behaviour. EMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia, 23(4), 479-489.
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    2009 Skinner, N., Roche, A. M., Freeman, T., & McKinnon, A. (2009). Health professionals' attitudes towards AOD-related work: Moving the traditional focus from education and training to organizational culture. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 16(3), 232-249.
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    2009 Roche, A. M., Pidd, K., & Freeman, T. (2009). Achieving professional practice change: From training to workforce development. Drug and Alcohol Review, 28(5), 550-557.
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    2009 Roche, A. M., Bywood, P., Pidd, K., Freeman, T., & Steenson, T. (2009). Drug testing in Australian schools: Policy implications and considerations of punitive, deterrence and/or prevention measures. International Journal of Drug Policy, 20(6), 521-528.
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    2008 Roche, A. M., Pidd, K., Bywood, P., & Freeman, T. (2008). Methamphetamine use among Australian workers and its implications for prevention. Drug and Alcohol Review, 27(3), 334-341.
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    2007 Skinner, N., Feather, N. T., Freeman, T., & Roche, A. (2007). Stigma and discrimination in health-care provision to drug users: The role of values, affect, and deservingness judgments. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 37(1), 163-186.
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    2006 Edwards, D., Freeman, T., & Gilbert, A. (2006). Pharmacists' role in smoking cessation: An examination of current practice and barriers to service provision. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 14(4), 315-317.
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    2006 Edwards, D., Freeman, T., Litt, J., & Roche, A. M. (2006). GPs' confidence in and barriers to implementing smoking cessation activities: Compared to dentists, dental hygienists and pharmacists. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 12(3), 117-125.
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    2006 Roche, A. M., Freeman, T., & Skinner, N. (2006). From data to evidence, to action: Findings from a systematic review of hospital screening studies for high risk alcohol consumption. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 83(1), 1-14.
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    2006 Edwards, D., Freeman, T., & Roche, A. M. (2006). Dentists' and dental hygienists' role in smoking cessation: An examination and comparison of current practice and barriers to service provision. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 17(2), 145-151.
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    2005 Skinner, N., Roche, A. M., Freeman, T., & Addy, D. (2005). Responding to alcohol and other drug issues: The effect of role adequacy and role legitimacy on motivation and satisfaction. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 12(6), 449-463.
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    2004 Roche, A. M., & Freeman, T. (2004). Brief interventions: Good in theory but weak in practice. Drug and Alcohol Review, 23(1), 11-18.
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  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2020 Baum, F., Townsend, B., Fisher, M., Freeman, T., Harris, P., Browne-Yung, K., & Friel, S. (2020). Gaining political will for actions to achieve health equity: lessons from Australia for advocates. In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Vol. 30 (pp. 1 page). OXFORD UNIV PRESS.
    2018 Ziersch, A., Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Henderson, J., & Mackean, T. (2018). 'They're not the flavour of the month': regional primary health care organisations and primary health care for migrants and people from refugee backgrounds in Australia. In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Vol. 28 (pp. 45). OXFORD UNIV PRESS.
    2018 Ziersch, A., Javanparast, S., Baum, F., Freeman, T., Henderson, J., & Mackean, T. (2018). 2.5-O8‘They’re not the flavour of the month’: regional primary health care organisations and primary health care for migrants and people from refugee backgrounds in Australia. In European Journal of Public Health Vol. 28. Oxford University Press (OUP).
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  • Report for External Bodies

    Year Citation
    2020 Musolino, C., Baum, F., Womersley, R., Van Eyk, H., Freeman, T., Flavel, J., & Earl, C. (2020). SA: The Heaps Unfair State: Why have Health Inequities Increased in South Australia and how can this be Reversed?.
    2019 Flavel, J., Baum, F., Musolino, C., Freeman, T., & van Eyk, H. (2019). SA: The Heaps Unfair State: The Statistical Report..

Baum, F., Anderson, W., Freeman, T., Lewis, V., Mackean, T., MacDougall, C., Osborne, K., & Legge, D. (2020). A History of Community Health in Australia. ARC, $265,000.

Baum, F., Delany-Crowe, T., van Eyk, H., Williams, C., Freeman, T., MacDougall, C., Fisher, M., Musolino, C., McGreevy, M., Barredo, M., Phillips, P., & Craig, J. (2018). Healthy South: Testing the feasibility of the rapid translation of Health in All Policies (HiAP) ideas to create healthy urban environments, create health promoting health services and stem the non-communicable disease epidemic in the Southern area of Adelaide. SA Academic Health Science and Translation Centre Rapid Applied Research Translation for Health Impact Grant, $199,863.

Freeman, T., Fisher, M., Ward, P., Osborne, R., Lawler, T., Biggs, J., & Robinson, M. (2017). Equity in access to, use of, and benefits from digital health strategies. Innovation Partnership Seed Grant, Flinders University, $50,000.

Baum, F., Freeman, T., Mackean, T., Sherwood, J., Ziersch, A., Askew, D., Browne, A., Dwyer, J., & Kidd, M. (2017) Decolonising practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care. National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant, $1.45m.

Baum, F., Javanparast, S., Fuller, J., Lawless, A., Reed, R., Ziersch, A., Freeman, T., & Mackean, T. (2013). Regional Primary Health Care Organisations: Population health planning, participation, equity and the extent to which initiatives are comprehensive. National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant, $1.0m.


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