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King, Julie A. & King, Mark J. (2014) The Lived Experience of Families Living with Spinal Cord Disability in Northeast Thailand. In Soldatic, Karen & Meekosha, Helen (Eds.) The Global Politics of Impairment and Disability: Processes and Embodiments. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London.
Anaman, Judith A., Correa-Velez, Ignacio, & King, Julie (2016) A survey of cervical screening among refugee and non-refugee African immigrant women in Brisbane, Australia. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. (In Press)
Veal, Danielle, King, Julie A., & Marston, Gregory (2016) Enhancing the social dimension of development: Interconnecting the capability approach and applied knowledge of social workers. International Social Work. (In Press)
King, Julie, Edwards, Niki, Correa-Velez, Ignacio, Hair, Sara, & Fordyce, Maureen (2016) Disadvantage and disability: Experiences of people from refugee backgrounds with disability living in Australia. Disability and the Global South, 3(1), pp. 843-864.
King, Julie A., Edwards, Niki, Correa-Velez, Ignacio, Darracott, Rosalyn, & Fordyce, Maureen (2016) Restrictive practices on refugees in Australia with intellectual disability and challenging behaviours: A family’s story. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 10(4), pp. 222-232.
King, Julie A., King, Mark J., & Hair, Sara A. (2015) Disability due to road traffic crashes and the management of road safety in developing countries. World Transport Policy & Practice, 21(2), pp. 56-63.
Shakespeare-Finch, Jane, Schweitzer, Robert D., King, Julie, & Brough, Mark (2014) Distress, coping and posttraumatic growth in refugees from Burma. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 12(3), pp. 311-330.
King, J.A, Brough, M., & Knox, M. (2014) Negotiating disability and colonisation : the lived experience of Indigenous Australians with a disability. Disability & Society, 29(5), pp. 738-750.
Duthie, Debbie, King, Julie, & Mays, Jennifer (2013) Raising awareness of Australian Aboriginal peoples reality : Embedding Aboriginal knowledge in social work education through the use of field experiences. The International Education Journal : Comparative Perspectives, 12(1), pp. 197-212.
Brough, Mark K., Schweitzer, Robert, Shakespeare-Finch, Jane E., Vromans, Lynette Patricia, & King, Julie A. (2013) Unpacking the micro-macro nexus: narratives of suffering and hope among refugees from Burma recently settled in Australia. Journal of Refugee Studies, 26(2), pp. 207-225.
King, Julie A. & King, Mark J. (2011) The lived experience of families living with spinal cord disability in Northeast Thailand. Third World Quarterly, 32(8), pp. 1475-1491.
King, Julie A. & King, Mark J. (2013) Linking the fifth pillar to the first in the UN Decade of Action. In Road Safety on Four Continents 16th International Conference, 15-17 May 2013, Grand Gongda Jianguo Hotel, Beijing, China.
Sann, Socheata, Haworth, Narelle, King, Julie, & King, Mark J. (2013) Road crashes and long term disabilities : Implications for policy and its implementation in Cambodia. In Proceedings of the 2013 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing & Education Conference, Australasian College of Road Safety, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
King, Mark J. & King, Julie A. (2006) Do high status people in an hierarchical society know how ordinary people attribute road crash causation? A case study from Thailand. In Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, 27 October 2006, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane.
King, Julie A. (2006) Personal and social transition and the concept of enforced liminality for Indigenous Australians with adult acquired physical disability. In Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2006, 27 october 2006, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane.
King, Mark J. & King, Julie A. (2016) Adaptation of the Journey Access Tool to identify and address the needs of an ageing population. In International Federation on Ageing 13th Global Conference, 21-23 June 2016, Brisbane, Qld. (Unpublished)
King, Mark J. & King, Julie A. (2015) A journey access tool to facilitate mobility-related access for people with disabilities in low and middle income countries. In 3rd Conference of Transportation Research Group of India (3rd CTRG), 17-20 December 2015, Kolkata, India. (Unpublished)
King, Julie A., King, Mark, & Edwards, Nicole (2015) A journey access tool to facilitate better health outcomes for people with disabilities. In 7th International Conference on Public Health among the Greater Mekong Sub-Regional Countries, 26-27 September 2015, Hue, Vietnam. (Unpublished)
King, Julie, King, Mark, Edwards, Niki, Haque, Md. Mazharul, & Debnath, Ashim (2014) Better health outcomes for people with physical disabilities in China through audits of mobility related access : a research and implementation need. In Australia-China Centre for Public Health Research Forum, 1-3 August 2014, QUT Gardens Point, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)
King, Julie A., King, Mark J., Ear, Chariya, & Kayani, Ahsan (2012) Understanding injury-related disability in non-Western societies can contribute to more effective road safety policies and programs. In 25th ICTCT Workshop, 8-9 November 2012, Hasselt, Belgium. (Unpublished)
King, Julie A. & Mays, Jennifer (2012) Engaging students in understanding the complexities of living with disability through the use of 3D animations. In 28th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity, 26th and 27th March 2012, Honolulu, Hawaii. (Unpublished)
Lonne, Robert, Brough, Mark, Crane, Phil, Wagner, Ingrid, King, Julie, Duthie, Debbie, et al. (2011) Goori Men's Recovery Centre Evaluation Report. Goori Men's Recovery Centre, Australia.
Lonne, Bob, Daniels, Ross, & King, Julie A. (2010) Visioning technology-based simulated learning environments in the social work curriculum. Health Workforce Australia.
King, Julie Anne (2010) Weaving yarns : the lived experience of Indigenous Australians with adult-onset disability in Brisbane. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.