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  • Crimeen A, de Leeuw E, Freestone R. (2020). Healthy settings in an airport planning context: Lessons from the Sydney experience. European Journal of Public Health, 30(Supplement_5). doi:
  • Harris P, Baum F, Friel S, et al. (2020) A glossary of theories for understanding power and policy for health equity, J Epidemiol Community Health 74, 548-552. doi:
  • Harris P, Kent J, Sainsbury P, Riley E, Sharma N, Harris E. (2020). Healthy urban planning: An institutional policy analysis of strategic planning in Sydney, Australia. Health Promotion International, 35(4):649-60. doi:
  • Harris P, Riley E, Dawson A, Friel S, Lawson K. “Stop talking around projects and talk about solutions”: Positioning health within infrastructure policy to achieve the sustainable development goals. Health Policy, 124 (6):591-8. doi:
  • Baum F, Townsend B, Fisher M, Browne-Yung K, Freeman T, Ziersch A, Harris, P & Friel, S. (2020) Creating political will for action on health equity: Practical lessons for public health policy actors. Int J Health Policy Manag, online ahead of print. doi: 10.34172/ijhpm.2020.233
  • Baum F, Townsend B, Fisher M, Freeman T, Harris P, Browne-Yung K, et al. (2020) Gaining political will for actions to achieve health equity: lessons from Australia for advocates. European Journal of Public Health, 30, Supplement_5. doi:
  • Denney-Wilson, E., Fatema, K., Elcombe, E. et al. (2020) Associations between rapid weight gain in infancy and weight status among urban Aboriginal children participating in the Gudaga study: nine-year results from a cohort study. BMC Pediatr 20, 224.


  • Haigh, F., Kemp, L., Bazeley, P. et al. Developing a critical realist informed framework to explain how the human rights and social determinants of health relationship works. BMC Public Health 19, 1571 (2019).
  • Crimeen, A, de Leeuw, E, & Freestone, R (2019) Towards a health promotion paradigm for airport development, Cities & Health,  2(2), 134-142.
    doi: 10.1080/23748834.2019.1585701