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Horsham, Caitlin, Auster, Josephine, Sendall, Marguerite C., Stoneham, Melissa, Youl, Philippa, Crane, Philip, et al. (2014) Interventions to decrease skin cancer risk in outdoor workers : update to a 2007 systematic review. BMC Research Notes, 7(10).
Earl, Cameron P., Stoneham, Melissa J., & Capra, Mike F. (2003) Volunteers in Emergency Management at Outdoor Music Festivals. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 18(4), pp. 18-24.
Stoneham, Melissa (2003) Developing an Environmental Health Research Framework. Environmental Health, 3(3), pp. 37-41.
Dodds, Jim, Earl, Cameron, Myerson, Mark, & Stoneham, Melissa (2003) Making Decisions Regarding Local Community Wellbeing Programs: The Beaudesert Shire Council. Environmental Health, 3(3), pp. 77-84.
Beau, Martin, Capra, Mike F., Van der Heide, George, Stoneham, Melissa J., & Lucas, Marcelino (2002) Are disaster management concepts relevant in developing countries? The case of the 1999-2000 Mozambican floods. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 16(4), pp. 25-33.
Stoneham, Melissa (2002) From Spade to Shade: Reducing Exposure to Ultraviolet Radiation in Australia. Environmental Health Review, 46(2), pp. 43-47.
Hauengue, Maree & Stoneham, Melissa (2001) Environmental Health Challenges in a Developing Country-Mozambique. Journal of the Australian Institute of Environmental Health, pp. 32-39.
Collins, Louise, Earl, Cameron, Stewart, Donald, & Stoneham, Melissa (2001) Preventing Skin Cancer in Queensland: An Evaluation of a Community Shade Creation Project. The Journal of the Australian Institute of Environmental Health, pp. 87-94.
Battistutta, Diana, Earl, Cameron, Stewart, Donald, & Stoneham, Melissa (2001) A Shady Profile: A Community Perspective. Environmental Health, pp. 123-129.
Stoneham, Melissa Joan (2001) Healthy public policy in local government facilitating and inhibiting factors : shade creation as a case study. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.