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Dr Sophie Hickey is a mixed-methods early career researcher. Her background is Sociology and Public Health and works in health service research. She currently manages a large longitudinal cohort study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and children designed to provide feedback to local service providers on best practice maternity care, that has seen a profound reduction in preterm birth for women accessing the new model of care. As an applied sociologist based in a large hospital, Sophie works in a very multidisciplinary team and uses institutional ethnography, participatory action research and implementation science to improve health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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Cultural respect in general practice: a cluster randomised controlled trial

Hickey, S. & West, R., Jul 2019, In : Medical Journal of Australia. 211, 1, p. 43-43.e1 2 p.

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  • Establishing teams aiming to provide culturally safe maternity care for Indigenous families

    Hickey, S., Kildea, S., Couchman, K., Watego-Ivory, K., West, R., Kruske, S., Blackman, R., Watego, S. & Roe, Y. L., Oct 2019, In : Women and Birth. 32, 5, p. 449-459 11 p.

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  • Implementing Birthing on Country services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families: RISE Framework

    Kildea, S., Hickey, S., Barclay, L., Kruske, S., Nelson, C., Sherwood, J., Allen, J., Gao, Y., Blackman, R. & Roe, Y. L., Oct 2019, In : Women and Birth. 32, 5, p. 466-475 10 p.

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  • Reducing preterm birth amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander babies: A prospective cohort study, Brisbane, Australia

    Kildea, S., Gao, Y., Hickey, S., Kruske, S., Nelson, C., Blackman, R., Tracy, S., Hurst, C., Williamson, D. & Roe, Y., 24 Jun 2019, In : EClinicalMedicine. 12, July, p. 43-51 9 p.

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