CHLS brings together staff with research expertise in key research areas relevant to socio-legal studies in health. They publish high quality research including books, journal articles, chapters and reports, as well as journal special issues. Here is a list of recent publications listed by key research area.
AM Farrell, C Stanton, S Devaney and A Mullock, ‘Pioneering Healthcare Law’ in C Stanton, S Devaney, AM Farrell and A Mullock (eds), Pioneering Healthcare Law: Essays in Honour of Margaret Brazier (Routledge 2016) 1-16.
AM Farrell and S Devaney, ‘When Things Go Wrong: Patient Harm, Responsibility and (Dis)empowerment’ in C Stanton, S Devaney, AM Farrell and A Mullock (eds), Pioneering Healthcare Law: Essays in Honour of Margaret Brazier (Routledge 2016) 103-115.
AM Farrell, ‘No-Fault Compensation for Medical Injury: Principles, Practice and Prospects for Reform’, in P Ferguson and G Laurie (eds), Inspiring a Medico-Legal Revolution: Essays in Honour of Sheila McLean (Ashgate 2015) 155-170.
Gender and Sexuality
F Kelly and D Dempsey, 'Transnational third-party assisted conception: pursuing the desire for ‘origins’ information in the Internet era' in M Davies (eds), Global Babies: Transnational surrogacy and the new politics of reproduction (London: Zed Books, 2016) (in press)
F Kelly, 'The Court Process is Slow but Biology is Fast': Assessing the impact of the Family Court approval process on transgender children and their families' (2016) Australian Journal of Family Law (in press)
AM Farrell, ‘(Dis)Embeddedness and the Management of Transnational Risk: The Case of Transnational Blood Regulation’, in B Lange, F Haines and D Thomas (eds), Regulatory Transformations: Rethinking Economy-Society Interactions (Hart 2015) 181-199.
SE Gray, P Keyzer, K Norton, J Dietrich, B Sekendiz, IR Coyle, and CF Finch, 'The role of equipment, the physical environment and training practices in customer safety within fitness facilities: the perspectives of fitness industry employees', Journal of Fitness Research, (2016) vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 26-33.
SE Gray, B Sekendiz, K Norton, J Dietrich, P Keyzer, IR Coyle, and CF Finch, 'The development and application of an observational audit tool for use in Australian fitness facilities', Journal of Fitness Research, (2016) vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 29-38.
B Sekendiz, SE Gray, K Norton, P Keyzer, J Dietrich, J Eickhoff-Shemek, and CF Finch, 'Safety alert for treadmills in health and fitness facilities in Australia: Results from a pilot study of an observational audit tool', Journal of Fitness Research, (2015) vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 24-28.
J Dietrich, P Keyzer, C Finch, K Norton, B Sekendiz, and IR Coyle, 'Train the Trainers: Maintaining Standards to Minimise Injuries and Avoid Legal Liability in the Fitness Industry', (2014) 8 Australia and New Zealand Sports Law Journal 89-106.
P Keyzer, et al., 'Legal Risk Management and Injury in the Fitness Industry: The outcomes of focus group research and a national survey of fitness professionals', (2014) 21 Journal of Law and Medicine 826-844 (with I Coyle, J Dietrich, K Norton, B Sekendiz, V Jones and C F Finch)
P Keyzer, 'The findings of the Australian fitness industry risk management (AFIRM) project', British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol. 48, 2014, no. 7, pp. 618-618 (with C Finch, K Norton, J Dietrich, & B Sekendiz,).
P Keyzer, C Finch, K Norton, J Dietrich, B Sekendiz, & I Coyle, 2014, 'Key issues influencing the management of risks in the Australian fitness industry: combining legal perspectives with injury prevention approaches', British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol. 48, no. 7, pp. 618-618.
S Gray, P Keyzer, K Norton, J Dietrich, B Sekendiz, I Coyle, & C Finch, 2014, 'Equipment and environment of fitness facilities: the perspective of fitness industry employees', British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol. 48, no. 7, pp. 601-602.
Monographs and Expert Reports
J Dietrich, J Eickhoff-Shemek, C Finch, V Jones, P Keyzer, K Norton, B Sekendiz, and I Coyle, The Australian Fitness Industry Risk Management Manual, Fitness Australia and Sports Medicine Australia, 2015.
Journal special issue
Mental Health and Disability
F Beaupert, ‘Health complaints and regulatory reform: implications for vulnerable populations?’ (2016) 23(3) Journal of Law and Medicine (with T Carney, M Chiarella, B Bennett, M Walton, P Kelly and C Satchell)
S Avery, and P Keyzer, (eds), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives on the Recurrent and Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric Impairment, a Submission to the Senate Inquiry on the Indefinite Detention of People with Cognitive and Psychiatric Impairment, First Peoples Disability Justice Consortium, April 2016.
P Keyzer, and D O’Donovan, ‘Imprisonment of Indigenous People with Cognitive Impairment: What Do Professional Stakeholders Think? What Might Human Rights-Compliant Legislation Look Like?’ (2016) 8(22) Indigenous Law Bulletin 17-20.
Journal special issue
F Beaupert, Special issue: ‘Disability, Rights and Law Reform in Australia – Recent Trends’ (2017) Law in Context (with P Gooding and L Steele) (in press)
D Gleeson, P Neuwelt , E Monasterio, and R Lopert, How the Transnational Pharmaceutical Industry Pursues its Interests Through International Trade and Investment Agreements: A Case Study of the Trans Pacific Partnership. Handbook of Research on Transnational Corporations, A De Jonge and R Tomasic (eds), Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. (2017) (in press).
J Browne, E de Leeuw, D Gleeson, A Adams, P Atkinson, R Hayes. A network approach to policy framing: A case study of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan. Social Science & Medicine, accepted for publication 7 November 2016, e-published 9 November 2016.
B Townsend, D Gleeson, R Lopert. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, intellectual property protection and access to medicines. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 2016. (in press)
AM Thow, D Gleeson. Advancing Public Health on the changing Global Trade and Investment Agenda. Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” International Journal of Health Policy and Management, accepted for publication 21 September 2016, e-published 28 September 2016.
HVG Moir, B Tenni, D Gleeson, R Lopert. The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement and access to HIV treatment in Vietnam. Global Public Health, 2016. (in press)
A Ruckert, A Schramm, R Labonte, S Friel, D Gleeson, AM Thow (2016) Policy Coherence, Health, and the Sustainable Development Goals: A Health-Impact Assessment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Critical Public Health, Published online 27 April 2016, DOI:10.1080/09581596.2016.1178379
K Hirono, F Haigh, D Gleeson, P Harris, AM Thow, S Friel. (2016) Is health impact assessment useful in the context of trade negotiations? A case study of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. BMJ Open 2016;6:e010339 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010339
S Friel, S Ponnamperuma, A Schramm, D Gleeson et al. (2016) Shaping the discourse: What has the food industry been lobbying for in the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement and what are the implications for dietary health? Critical Public Health, published online 2 February 2016. DOI:10.1080/09581596.2016.1139689
A Hughes, D Gleeson, D Legge, V Lin. (2015) Governance and policy capacity in health development and implementation in Australia. Policy and Society, 34(3-4): 229–245. doi:10.1016/j.polsoc.2015.11.001
D Gleeson, J Dwyer, V Lin, D Legge, A Hughes. (2015) Can learning sets help policy managers with their wicked problems? Health Services Management Research, published online 30 November 2015. doi: 10.1177/0951484815616828.
B Townsend, D Gleeson and R Lopert. (2015) Pharma’s next frontier? New threats to public health in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement. ANZJPH, early online view published 11 October 2015, DOI: 10.1111/1753-6405.12453.
D Legge, D Gleeson. (2015) Unpacking “health reform” and “policy capacity”; comment on “Health Reform Requires Policy Capacity”. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 4(10): 703-705. DOI: 10.15171/ijhpm.2015.135.
PM Neuwelt, D Gleeson, B Mannering. (2015) Patently obvious: a public health analysis of pharmaceutical industry statements on the Trans-Pacific Partnership international trade agreement. Critical Public Health, published online March 2015. DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2015.1022510
K Hirono, F Haigh, D Gleeson, P Harris, AM Thow (2015) Negotiating healthy trade in Australia: Health impact assessment of the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. Liverpool, NSW: Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation, part of the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Australia, 2015.
D Gleeson, H Moir and R Lopert (2015) Costs to Australian taxpayers of pharmaceutical monopolies and proposals to extend them in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Medical Journal of Australia, 202(6), 306-308. doi: 10.5694/mja14.01682
AM Thow, W Snowdon, R Labonte, D Gleeson et al. (2015) Will the next generation of preferential trade and investment agreements undermine prevention of noncommunicable diseases? A prospective policy analysis of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement. Health Policy, 119(1):88-96.