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    • Ethical Aspects of Cancer Screening 

      Carter, SM (Clinical Oncology Society of Australia. Produced by Cancer Council Australia, 2016-07-02)
      Screening for cancer or cancer risk is well-established in high-income countries. This article considers ethical aspects of cancer screening. Ethical evaluation of screening depends on a contested evidence base, interacts with ...
    • The ethical commitments of health promotion practitioners: an empirical study from New South Wales, Australia 

      Carter, SM; Klinner, Christiane; Kerridge, I; Rychetnik, L; Li, V; Fry, D (OUP, 2012)
      In this article, we provide a description of the good in health promotion. This description comes from an empirical study of health promotion practices in New South Wales, the most populous state in Australia. Through ...
    • The ethical implications of intervening in bodyweight 

      Carter, SM; Kerridge, I; Rychetnik, Lucie; King, Lesley (Sydney University Press, 2012)
    • Ethics and health promotion: research, theory, policy and practice. 

      Braunack-Mayer, A; Carter, SM (CSIRO, 2015)
      This special issue of the HPJA deals with ethics and health promotion. The accompanying editorial focuses particularly on Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) approval for health promotion research, evaluation and quality ...
    • The Ethics of Menu Labelling 

      Carter, SM (OUP, 2015)
      In this commentary, I explore the ethically relevant dimensions of menu labelling. The evidence that menu labelling changes purchasing or consumption behaviour is contentious and inconclusive; there is some suggestion that ...
    • The ethics of over-diagnosis: risk and responsibility in medicine 

      Carter, SM (The Conversation, 2012)
      Recently a friend told me a story about her dad. Fit and well, he had a PSA test during a general medical check-up. The PSA test is controversial: many, including its inventor, say it should never be used to screen for ...
    • Evidence-based practice? 

      Binns, C; Jancey, J; Howat, P; Carter, SM (CSIRO, 2012)
      In 1948, the world of health and medical research changed forever with the publication of the Medical Research Council’s randomised controlled trial (RCT) on the use of streptomycin in the treatment of tuberculosis ...
    • Experiences of dental care: what do patients value? 

      Sbaraini, A; Carter, SM; Evans, W; Blinkhorn, A (BMC, 2012)
      Background Dentistry in Australia combines business and health care service, that is, the majority of patients pay money for tangible dental procedures such as fluoride applications, dental radiographs, dental fillings, ...
    • Framing overdiagnosis in breast screening: a qualitative study with Australian experts. 

      Parker, Lisa; Rychetnik, L; Carter, SM (BMC, 2015)
      Background: The purpose of this study was to identify how the topic of overdiagnosis in breast cancer screening is framed by experts and to clarify differences and similarities within these frames in terms of problems, ...
    • General Practitioners’ Experiences of, and Responses to, Uncertainty in Prostate Cancer Screening: Insights from a Qualitative Study 

      Pickles, Kristen; Carter, SM; Rychetnik, Lucie; McCaffery, Kirsten; Entwistle, Vikki A. (Public Library of Science, 2016-04)
      Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing for prostate cancer is controversial. There are unresolved tensions and disagreements amongst experts, and clinical guidelines conflict. This both reflects and generates significant ...
    • Getting evidence into policy: The need for deliberative strategies? 

      Flitcroft, K; Gillespie, James; Salkeld, G; Carter, SM; Trevena, L (Pergamon, 2011-04)
      Getting evidence into policy is notoriously difficult. In this empirical case study we used document analysis and key informant interviews to explore the Australian federal government’s policy to implement a national bowel ...
    • Health promotion practice, research ethics and publishing in the Health Promotion Journal of Australia 

      Carter, SM; Braunack-Mayer, A; Jancey, J (csiro, 2015)
      Article << Previous | Next >> Contents Vol 26(3) Health promotion practice, research ethics and publishing in the Health Promotion Journal of Australia Stacy M. Carter A D, Annette Braunack-Mayer B ...
    • Health promotion: an ethical analysis 

      Carter, SM (CSIRO, 2014)
      Thinking and practising ethically requires reasoning systematically about the right thing to do. Health promotion ethics – a form of applied ethics – includes analysis of health promotion practice and how this can be ...
    • How do dentists and their teams incorporate evidence about preventive care? An empirical study 

      Sbaraini, A; Carter, SM; Evans, RW; Blinkhorn, A (Wiley, 2013)
      Objectives: To identify how dentists and their teams adopt evidence-based preventive care. Methods: A qualitative study using grounded theory methodology was conducted. We interviewed 23 participants working in eight ...
    • How do dentists understand evidence and adopt it in practice? 

      Sbaraini, A; Carter, SM; Evans, W (Sage, 2012)
      Although there is now a large evidence-based dentistry literature, previous investigators have shown that dentists often consider research evidence irrelevant to their practice. To understand why this is the case, we ...
    • How to do a grounded theory study: a worked example of a study of dental practices 

      Sbaraini, A; Carter, SM; Evans, RW; Blinkhorn, A (BMC, 2011)
      Background Qualitative methodologies are increasingly popular in medical research. Grounded theory is the methodology most-often cited by authors of qualitative studies in medicine, but it has been suggested that many ...
    • How to think about health promotion ethics 

      Carter, SM; Cribb, A; Allegrante, JP (the Presses de l'EHESP, 2012)
      Health promotion ethics is moral deliberation about health promotion and its prac­ tice. Although academics and practitioners have been writing about ethics, and especially values, in health promotion for ...
    • Incorporating evidence and politics in health policy: Can institutionalising evidence review make a difference? 

      Flitcroft, K; Gillespie, J; Carter, SM; Salkeld, G; Trevena, L (Policy Press, 2014)
      Much of the evidence translation literature focuses narrowly on the use of evidence in the initial policy formulation stages, and downplays the crucial role of institutions and the inherently political nature of policy ...
    • Information provision in cervical screening in Australia 

      Williams, Jane H; Carter, SM; Rychetnik, Lucie (2017-01-23)
      • The National Cervical Screening Program, and associated state and territory organisations, are responsible for promoting cervical screening. Communication via multiple media channels encourages women to be screened. ...
    • Integrating research- and relationship-based approaches in Australian health promotion practice 

      Klinner, Christiane; Carter, SM; Rychetnik, L; Li, V; Daley, M; Zask, A; Lloyd, B (OUP, 2014)
      We examine the perspectives of health promotion practitioners on their approaches to determining health promotion practice, in particular on the role of research and relationships in this process. Using Grounded Theory ...