Publications from the Queensland Network Partners
Discussion papers, Presentations, Articles, Submissions and Reports

Refugee Health and Wellbeing: A Policy and Action Plan for Queensland 2017-2020


Navigating the Politics and Ethics of Hospitality: Inclusive Practice with Forced Migrants– Ravinder K Sidhu, Donata Sackey- The British Journal of Social work (Dec 2020)

Reconceptualising specialisation: integrating refugee health in primary care – Donata Sackey, Meryl Jones and Rebecca Farley – Australian Journal of Primary Health (Sept, 2020)

Patients’ cultural and spiritual explanatory models in health encounters: a focus on the efficacy of cancer prevention strategies in women from South Sudan– Paula Peterson – Australian Journal of Primary Health (27 May 2020)

Queensland Refugee Health Policy and Action Plan Evaluation Final Reports (June 2020)







  • Refugee Women as Health Leaders Project – Health Action Plans Paula Peterson with refugee women engaged as Health Development Workers in consultation with communities (2014) Mater UQ Centre for Primary Care Innovation
  • Building the case for reform – The experience of people from refugee and CALD backgrounds negotiating the mental health system. Ally Wakefield & Narelle Howarth (2014) Mater UQ Centre for Primary Health Care Innovation in partnership with QPASTT, QTMHC and Harmony Place. 


  • National Primary Health Care Strategic Submission (2012) – Joint Submission to Queensland Health from Multicultural Development Association, Refugee Health Network of Australia, Qld Branch (RHeaNA), Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture Trauma (QPASTT) – ‘Identification of Queensland priorities under the National Primary Health Care Strategic Framework to inform the development of the state-wide GP and primary health’