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Anne Lowell is a Principal Research Fellow in the Northern Institute, College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society, specialising in collaborative qualitative research and community education with remote Aboriginal communities. Anne's primary areas of interest include intercultural communication, particularly related to Indigenous health and early childhood, as well as culturally responsive policy and practice, in both research and provision of health services. Improving recognition of the critical importance of Indigenous cultural and linguistic expertise in research and service delivery is an ongoing priority.
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2020 Rainmaker Readiness - Enhancing health communication with people who primarily speak an Aboriginal language – learning from COVID19 to improve communication in primary health care services.
29/07/20 → 31/03/23
Intercultural communication with Aboriginal health service users in rural and remote health care settings
26/06/20 → 15/12/20
Augmentative and alternative communication for Aboriginal Australians: Developing core vocabulary for Yolŋu speakersAmery, R., Wunungmurra, J. G., Raghavendra, P., Bukulatjpi, G., Baker, R., Gumbula, F., Barker, R., Theodoros, D., Amery, H., Massey, L. & Lowell, A., 4 Jan 2023, In: Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 38, 4, p. 209-220 12 p.
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Bakmaranhawuy - the broken connection: Perspectives on asking and answering questions with Yolŋu patients in healthcare contextsWalmsley, A. J., Baker, D. R. & Lowell, A., 19 Jan 2022, In: Rural and Remote Health. 22, 1, p. 1-9 9 p., 6959.
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Lyons, R., Armstrong, E., Atherton, M., Brewer, K., Lowell, A., Maypilama, Ḻ., Scharff Rethfeldt, W. & Watermeyer, J., Jan 2022, Diving Deep into Qualitative Data Analysis in Communication Disorders Research. Lyons, R., McAllister, L., Carroll, C., Hersh, D. & Skeat, J. (eds.). 1 ed. Havant, UK: J&R Press, p. 277-311 42 p.
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Designing augmentative and alternative communication systems with Aboriginal Australians: Vocabulary representation, layout, and accessAmery, R., Wunungmurra, J. G., Bukuḻatjpi, G., Dikul Baker, R., Gumbula, F., Yunupingu, E., Raghavendra, P., Barker, R., Theodoros, D., Amery, H., Massey, L. & Lowell, A., 2022, In: Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 38, 4, p. 221-235 15 p.
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Determining Priorities in the Aboriginal and Islander Mental Health Initiative for Youth App Second Phase Participatory Design Project: Qualitative Study and Narrative Literature ReviewPovey, J., Sweet, M., Nagel, T., Lowell, A., Shand, F., Vigona, J. & Dingwall, K. M., 1 Feb 2022, In: JMIR Formative Research. 6, 2, p. 1-21 21 p., e28342.
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