Publications 1995

  • Journal Articles

    Blair, S., & Bowes, G. (1995). Compliance issues in adolescence: practical strategies. Aust Fam Physician, 24(11), 2037-2040.

    McGorry, P. D., McFarlane, C., Patton, G. C., Bell, R., Hibbert, M. E., Jackson, H. J., & Bowes, G. (1995). The prevalence of prodromal features of schizophrenia in adolescence: a preliminary survey. Acta Psychiatr Scand, 92(4), 241-249.

    Patton, G. C., Hibbert, M., Rosier, M. J., Carlin, J. B., Caust, J., & Bowes, G. (1995). Patterns of common drug use in teenagers. Aust J Public Health, 19(4), 393-399.

    Sanci, L., & Veit, F. (1995). Practical strategies to improve access to health care for young people. Australian Paediatric Review, 5(3), 6.

    Sanci, L., & Young, D. (1995). Engaging the Adolescent Patient. Aust Fam Physician, 24(11), 2027-2031.

    Sawyer, S. M. (1995). Reproductive health in young people with cystic fibrosis. Current Opinion in Pediatrics, 7(4), 376-380.

    Sawyer, S. M., Phelan, P. D., & Bowes, G. (1995). Reproductive health in young women with cystic fibrosis: Knowledge, behavior and attitudes. Journal of Adolescent Health, 17(1), 46-50.

    Sawyer, S. M., Rosier, M. J., Phelan, P. D., & Bowes, G. (1995). The self-image of adolescents with cystic fibrosis. Journal of Adolescent Health, 16(3), 204-208.

    Selzer, R., Bonomo, Y., & Patton, G. (1995). Primary care assessment of a patient with an eating disorder. Aust Fam Physician, 24(11), 2032-2036.

    Selzer, R., Bowes, G., & Patton, G. (1995). When is an adolescent too thin? Am J Psychiatry, 152(5), 813-814.

    Veit, F., & Schwarz, M. (1995). Adolescent suicide attempts: a general practice perspective. Aust Fam Physician, 24(11), 2041-2044.

    Veit, F. C., Sanci, L. A., Young, D. Y., & Bowes, G. (1995). Adolescent health care: perspectives of Victorian general practitioners. Med J Aust, 163(1), 16-18.

    Williams, C., Toomey, T., McGovern, P., Wagenaar, A., & Perry, C. (1995). Development, reliability, and validity of self-reported alcohol-Use measures with young adolescents. J Child Adolesc Subst Abuse, 4(3), 17 - 40.