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Bohanna, I., Fitts, M.S., Bird, K., Fleming, J., Gilroy, J., Esterman, A., Maruff, P., Clough, A.R.  (2018). The transition from hospital to home: protocol for a longitudinal study of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traumatic brain injury (TBI).  Brain Impairment, 1-12.

Bohanna, I., Fitts, M., Bird, K., Fleming, J., Gilroy, J., Clough, A., Esterman, A., Maruff, P. & Potter, M. (2019). The potential of a narrative and creative arts approach to enhance transition outcomes for indigenous Australians following traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, , 1-11. doi:10.1017/BrImp.2019.25

Fitts, M.S., Condon, T., Gilroy, J.,  Bird, K., Bleakley, E., Matheson, L., Fleming, J., Clough, A., Esterman, A., Maruff, P. & Bohanna, I. (2019). Indigenous traumatic brain injury research: Responding to recruitment challenges in the hospital environment.  BMC Medical Research Methodology, 19(1), 172-172. doi:10.1186/s12874-019-0813-x