rural health

Influencing a Culture of Safety on Farms
A report from the National Centre for Farmer Health (NCFH), Hamilton and the Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research (ISCRR) summarising the...
June 7, 2023
Co-designing a peer-led model of delivering behavioural activation...
This paper describes the findings of a co-design phase informing the development of a peer (farmer)-led approach for delivering BA for farmers living with...
April 11, 2023
Steering Straight: Adapting suicide risk safety planning as a...
This paper draws on the principles of suicide risk safety planning to co-design a farming community resource for preventing and managing risks to mental health.
February 16, 2023
Utilizing the Delphi method to develop parent and child surveys to...
This study aimed to develop parent and child surveys to gain a greater understanding of children's (5–14 years) exposure to occupational risk on farms by...
January 12, 2023
Some differences but all at risk: Improving farm safety for young...
This paper describes how the international Gear Up for Ag Health and Safety™ program was further developed for a younger Australian audience (ages 12–19)...
November 9, 2022
From co-design to co-production: Approaches, enablers, and...
Investigating how co-designed knowledge can be translated to co-produce a public health capacity-building solution for difficult-to-engage population groups...
October 20, 2022
Participant perspectives of an online co-design process to develop a...
Using an online co-design method to develop a preventative mental health and well-being web-based platform for primary producers was novel.
September 16, 2022
Child farm-related injuries - the unique challenges of the farming...
In Australia, the agricultural industry experiences the highest fatality rate per number of workers. The blurred division between the farm as a workplace and...
March 18, 2022
Co-designing the translation of research into practice to support...
Australian agriculture is vulnerable to an ageing and deceasing workforce, increasing technological demands, global markets, climate change and uncertainty.
March 18, 2022
So did I pass the assessment? Following farm safety checklists to...
Farmers are responsible for workplace safety which includes family, employees, contactors, visitors and themselves. Tragically farming injuries, illness and...
March 18, 2022
High-Heat Days and Presentations to Emergency Departments in Regional...
This retrospective cohort study aimed to determine if Emergency Department (ED) presentations across the south-west region of Victoria, Australia, increased on...
February 15, 2022
Mental health at the COVID-19 frontline: An assessment of distress,...
An assessment of distress, fear, and coping among staff and attendees at screening clinics of rural/regional settings of Victoria, Australia.
December 15, 2021