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 Publications by Professor Ernest Hunter


Books & translations

Hunter EM. Aboriginal health and history: Power and prejudice in remote Australia. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Hunter E. Salute e storia degli Aborigeni: Potere e pregiudizio nella remota Australia (Trans. Pompeo Martelli). Rome: Edizione Kappa, 1999.

Monographs

Smith R, Hunter E, Spargo R & Hall W. Feedback to Kimberley Aboriginal gs on health and lifestyle presented to eight communities in May 1990. CSIRO Division of Human Nutrition, Adelaide, 1990.

Contributor. K Alexander (Ed.), Aboriginal alcohol use and related problems: Report and recommendations prepared by an Expert Working Group for the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Alcohol and Drug Foundation Australia, Canberra, 1990.

Hunter EM, Hall W & Spargo R. Patterns and correlates of Aboriginal alcohol use in the Kimberley. Monograph No. 12, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Sydney, 1991.

d’Abbs P, Hunter E, Reser J & Martin D. Alcohol related violence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities: A literature review. Report No. 8, National Symposium on Alcohol Misuse and Violence. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1994.

Gladman DJ, Hunter EMM, McDermott RA, Meritt TD & Tulip FJ. Study of Injury in five Cape York communities, April 1997. Australian National Injury Surveillance Unit, Adelaide, 1998.

Hunter E, Brady M & Hall W. Services relating to alcohol in Indigenous communities. Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Services, Canberra, 1998.

Hunter E, Brady M & Hall W. National recommendations for the clinical management of alcohol-related problems in Indigenous primary care settings. Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care, Canberra, 1999. (www.health.gov.au/oatsih/pubs/alco.htm)

Harvey D, Hunter E & Whiteside M. Pathways home: A consumer-focused assessment of support and accommodation needs of people with a mental illness or disorder in Cairns. Canberra: Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care, 2000.

Harvey D, Tsey K, Hunter E, Cadet-James Y, Brown J, Whiteside M & Minniecon D. 'Think global - act local': Defining roles to address health inequalities. Occasional Paper No 1, North Queensland Health Equalities Promotion Unit, Cairns, January, 2001.

Hunter E, Reser J, Baird M & Reser P. An analysis of suicide in Indigenous communities of North Queensland: The historical, cultural and symbolic landscape. Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care, Canberra, 2001. (http://www.health.gov.au/hsdd/mentalhe/resources/reports/analysis.htm)

Hunter E. Back to Redfern: Autonomy and the ‘middle E’ in relation to Aboriginal health. Discussion Paper Number 18, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra, July 2006. (http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/_data/assets/pdf_file/5903/DP-18.pdf )

Kreger A & Hunter E. Unfenced road ahead: A review of rural and remote mental health service delivery and policy. Mental Health Branch, Queensland Health, Brisbane, August 2006.

Chapters

Hunter EM. Suicide, alcohol, incarceration and indigenous populations: A review. In Janet Greely, & William Gladstone (Eds.), The effects of alcohol on cognitive, psychomotor, and affective functioning. Monograph No. 8 of The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Sydney, 1989, 96-118.

Hunter EM. Aboriginal mental health. In: RJ Kosky, HS Eshkevari & VJ Carr (Eds.), Mental health & illness: A textbook for students of health sciences (pp. 305-312). Butterworth-Heinemann, 1991.

Hunter EM. The design and conduct of research into Aboriginal alcohol issues: Part 1. In A Duquemin, P d'Abbs & E Chalmers (Eds.), Making research into Aboriginal substance misuse issues more effective (pp. 27-31). Working Paper No. 4, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Sydney, 1991.

Hunter EM. Aboriginal adolescents in remote Australia. In: R Kosky, HS Eshkevari & G Kneebone (Eds.), Breaking out: Challenges in adolescent mental health in Australia (pp. 75-88; 171-176). Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1992.

Hall W & Hunter E. Australia. In: DB Heath (Ed.), International handbook on alcohol and culture (pp. 7-19). Westport: Greenwood Press, 1995.

Hunter E.   At the healer's limits: Three medical survivors of Auschwitz. In C Tatz (Ed.), Genocide Perspectives I: Essays in comparative genocide (pp 231-262). Sydney: Centre for Comparative Genocide Studies, 1997.

Hunter E. An overview of Indigenous suicide. In: RJ Kosky, HS Eshkevari, RD Goldney & R Hassan (Eds.), Suicide prevention: The global context (pp. 99-102). New York: Plenum Press, 1998.

Hunter E. Unmet need in Indigenous mental health: Where to start?. In: G Andrews & S Henderson (Eds.), Unmet need in psychiatry: Problems, resources, responses (pp. 356-362). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Hunter E, Tsey K, Baird M & Baird L. Indigenous mental health promotion: Process, politics, paradox and practicalities. In: L Rowling, G Martin & L Walker, (Eds.), Mental Health Promotion and young people: Concepts and practice (pp. 201-214). Sydney: McGraw-Hill, 2002.

Hunter E & Harvey D. Suicide Influences and Factors: Indigenous Populations. In: R Kastenbaum, (Ed.), Macmillan Encyclopedia of Death and Dying, vol. 2 (pp. 818-821). New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2003.

Hunter E. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health. In: N Thomson (Ed.) The health of Indigenous Australians (pp. 127-157). Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Hunter E. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health. In: K. Bhui & D Bhugra (Eds.) Culture and mental health: A comprehensive textbook (pp. 276-282). London: Hodder Arnold, 2007.

Hunter E. ‘Little children’ and big sticks: Paternalism and autonomy in Indigenous northern Australia. In: J Altman and M Hinkman (Eds.). Coercive reconciliation: Stabilise, normalise, exit Aboriginal Australia (pp. 121-131). Melbourne: Arena, 2007.

Proceedings

Hunter E. Health and history: Pacific lessons for Aboriginal Australia. In: T Williams, S Maller, M Pentecost & L Mair (Eds.), Mental health on the Pacific Rim: Proceedings of the PRA-WFMH conference, Sydney 1992. Sydney: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, 1992, 119-128.

Hunter E. Where the past meets the future: A role for prevention in Aboriginal mental health. Proceedings of the 12th National CRANA Conference, 1995, 96-109.

Hunter E. Where the past meets the future: A role for prevention in Aboriginal mental health. In: G Gregory (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3rd National Rural Health Conference, 1995. Canberra: National Rural Health Alliance, 1995, 207-217.

Hunter E. “…the deep sleep of forgetfulness”: reflecting on disremembering. Culture & Mental Health Research Unit Report No. 10: Proceedings of: Advanced Study Institute, "The mental health of Indigenous peoples", May 2000. Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, 2001, 26-46.

Hunter E. An overview of suicide in Indigenous Australia. Culture & Mental Health Research Unit Report No. 10: Proceedings of: Advanced Study Institute, "The mental health of Indigenous peoples", May 2000. Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, 2001, 81-94. (http://ww2.mcgill.ca/psychiatry/transcultural/pdf/Report10.pdf)

Hunter E. Indigenous alcohol-use research: Changing approaches and relevance. Systems, settings people: Workforce development challenges for the alcohol and other drug field. National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction, Adelaide. Proceedings of the Workforce Development Symposium, Adelaide, May 15, 2001, 115-122.

Articles (peer-reviewed journals)

Allan AT & Hunter EMM. Cross-cultural psychiatry in Micronesia: the consultant's view. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 31, 1985, 59-66.

Hunter EMM & Allan AT. Psychiatric consultation in Micronesia: the question of organicity. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 32 (4), 1986, 40-47.

Hunter EM. On Gordian knots and nooses: Aboriginal suicide in the Kimberley. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 22 (3), 1988, 264-72.

Hunter EM. Aboriginal suicides in custody: A view from the Kimberley, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 22 (3), 1988, 273-82.

Hunter EM & Spargo RM. What's the big deal: Aboriginal gambling in the Kimberley. Medical Journal of Australia 149, 1988, 668-672.

Hunter EM. Changing Aboriginal mortality patterns in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, 1957-1986: The impact of deaths from external causes. Aboriginal Health Information Bulletin 11, 1989, 27-32.

Hunter EM. Commissions and omissions: The wider context of Aboriginal suicide in custody. Medical Journal of Australia 151, 1989, 218-223.

Hunter EM. Is there a role for doctors in Aboriginal health? Modern Medicine 33 (6), 1990, 63-69.

Hunter EM. Using a socio-historical frame to analyse Aboriginal self-destructive behaviour. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 24 (2), 1990,191-198.

Hunter EM. Resilience, vulnerability and alcohol in remote Aboriginal Australia. Aboriginal Health Information Bulletin 14, 1990, 16-24.

Hunter EM. A question of power: Contemporary self-mutilation among Aborigines in the Kimberley. Australian Journal of Social Issues 25 (4), 1990, 261-278.

Hunter EM. An examination of recent suicides in remote Australia: Further information from the Kimberley. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 25, 1991, 197-202.

Hunter EM. The social and family context of Aboriginal self-harmful behaviour in remote Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 25, 1991, 203-209.

Hunter EM. The inter-cultural and socio-historical context of Aboriginal personal violence in remote Australia. Australian Psychologist, 26 (2), 1991, 89-98.

Kahn MW, Hunter EM, Tebutt N & Heather N. Australian Aborigines and alcohol: A review. Drug and Alcohol Review, 10, 1991, 351-366.

Hunter EM. Out of sight, out of mind, Part 1: Emergent patterns of self-harm among Aborigines of remote Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 33 (6), 1991, 655-659.

Hunter EM. Out of sight, out of mind, Part 2: Social and historical contexts of self-harmful behaviour among Aborigines of remote Australia. Social Science and Medicine, 33 (6), 1991, 661-671.

Hunter EM. Stains on the caring mantle: Doctors in Aboriginal Australia have a history. Medical Journal of Australia, 155 (11/12), 1991, 799-783.

Smith RM, Spargo RM, Hunter EM, King RA, Correll RL, Craig IH & Nestel PJ. Prevalence of hypertension in Kimberley Aborigines and its relationship to ischaemic heart disease: An age-stratified random survey. Medical Journal of Australia, 156 (8), 1992, 557-562.

Smith RM, Spargo RM, King RA, Hunter EM, Correll Rl & Nestel PJ. Risk factors for hypertension in Kimberley Aborigines. Medical Journal of Australia, 156 (8), 1992, 562-566.

Hunter EM, Hall W & Spargo RM. The distribution of alcohol consumption in the Kimberley Aboriginal population. Medical Journal of Australia, 156 (11), 1992, 764-768.

Hunter E. Aboriginal alcohol use: A review of quantitative studies. Journal of Drug Issues, 22 (3), 1992, 713-731.

Hunter E. Feedback: Towards the effective and responsible dissemination of Aboriginal health research findings. Aboriginal Health Information Bulletin, 17 (May), 1992, 17-21.

Hunter EM. The snake on the caduceus: Dimension of medical and psychiatric responsibility in the Third Reich. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 27 (1), 1993, 149-156.

Hall W, Hunter E & Spargo R. Alcohol-related problems among Aboriginal drinkers in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Addiction, 88, 1993, 1091-1100.

Hunter E. Demographic factors contributing to patterns of violence in Aboriginal communities. Australasian Psychiatry, 1 (4), 1993, 152-153.

Hall W, Hunter E & Spargo R. Alcohol use and incarceration in a police lockup among Aboriginals in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Australian Journal of Criminology, 27, 1994, 57-73.

Hunter E & Fagan P. White dreaming: Stereotypes of Aboriginal people in medical practice. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Information Bulletin, 19, 1994, 17-24.

Hunter E. Customary Torres Strait Islander adoption practices: Adaptation to a contemporary context. Bulletin of the Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, April, 15-22, 1995.

Hunter E. "Freedom's just another word": Aboriginal youth and mental health. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 29 (3), 1995, 374-384.

Hunter E. The social context of Aboriginal mental health. Australasian Psychiatry, 3 (6), 1995, 411-415.

Hunter E. Is there a role for prevention in Aboriginal mental health? Australian Journal of Public Health, 19 (6), 1995, 573-579.

Hunter E. Back to the future: Sources and contexts of vulnerability and resistance in Aboriginal youth mental health. Bulletin of the Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1, 1996, 25-32.

Hunter E. Denial, rationalisation and trivialisation of state intrusion into Aboriginal family life. Family Matters, 44 (2), 1996, 16-19.

Hunter E. Aboriginal communities and suicide. Australasian Psychiatry, 4 (4), 1996, 195-199.

Hunter E. Alcohol harm reduction strategies in indigenous Australia. Drug and Alcohol Review, 15, 1996, 403-406.

Hunter E. An overview of indigenous suicide. Australasian Psychiatry, 5 (5), 1997, 231-232.

Hunter E. Mental health: Is this a public health issue? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 21 (6), 1997, 649-656.

Hunter E. Double talk: Changing and conflicting constructions of indigenous mental health. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 31 (6), 1997, 820-827.

Hunter E & Garvey D. Indigenous mental health promotion: Mind over matter? Australian Journal of Health Promotion, 8 (1), 1998, 4-11.

Hunter E. Ways of seeing. Changing directions in the health of Indigenous populations. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 3 (4), 1998, 519-530.

Hunter E. Loss and recovery: Indigenous journeys. Grief Matters, 1 (2), 1998, 12-14.

Hunter E. “…in spirochetes than in suffering men…”: Widening the context of Indigenous sexual health. Venereology, 11 (3), 1998, 11-19.

Hunter E. Considering the changing environment of Indigenous child development. Australasian Psychiatry, 7 (3), 1999, 137-140.

Hunter E. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide: What do we know. Bulletin of the Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 2 (2), 1999, 93-96.

Harvey D, Hunter E, Whiteside M. The accommodation and support needs of people with a mental illness: A process and framework for action. Australian Social Work, 53 (4), 2000, 7-14.

Hunter E. On the gift of dreams and sitting with eagles. Australasian Psychiatry, 8 (4), 2000, 318-322.

Hunter E & Harvey D. Indigenous suicide in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States: A review. Emergency Medicine, 14, 2002, 14-23.

Brown J, Hunter E & Whiteside M. Talking back: The changing nature of Indigenous health research feedback. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 13 (2), 2002, 23-39.

Hunter E. ‘Best intentions’ lives on: Untoward health outcomes of some contemporary initiatives in Indigenous affairs. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 36 (5), 2002, 575-584.

Hunter E, Travers H & McCulloch B. Bridging the information gap: IT and health in Indigenous populations. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (Supplement), 2003, S51-S56.

Hunter E. Staying tuned to developments in Indigenous health: Reflection on a decade of change. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (4), 2003, 418-423.

Hunter E, Brown J & McCulloch B. Encouraging practitioners to use resources: Evaluation of the national implementation of a resource to improve the clinical management of alcohol-related problems in Indigenous primary care settings. Drug and Alcohol Review, 23 (1), 2004, 89-100.

Hunter E. Communication and indigenous health. Australian Doctor, 4 June 2004, 35-42.

Calver J, Wiltshire A, Holman CDJ, Hunter E, Garfield C& L Rosman DL. Does health assessment improve health outcomes in Indigenous people? An RCT with 13 years of follow up. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 29 (2), 2005, 107-111.

Haswell-Elkins M, Hunter E, Nagel T, Thompson C, Hall B, Mills R, Wargent R, Tsey K, Knowles L, Wilkinson Y. Reflections on integrating mental health into primary health care services in remote Indigenous communities in Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 11 (2), 2005, 62-69.

Hunter E. Social engineers and bystanders: the limits of ‘responsibility’ in Indigenous affairs. Australasian Psychiatry, 14 (1), 2006, 24-32. http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1440-1665.2006.02242.x

Hunter K, Ely D, Hunter K, Young L, Baker P, Hunter E & Hannah D. Tools and methodologies for investigating the mental health needs of Indigenous patients: It’s about communication. Australasian Psychiatry, 14 (1), 2006, 33-37. http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1440-1665.2006.02235.x

Hunter E & Milroy H. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide in context. Archives of Suicide Research,10, 2006, 141-157.

Santhanam R, Hunter E, Wilkinson Y, Whiteford H, McEwan A. Care, community, capacity: Rethinking mental health services in remote Indigenous communities. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 2006, 12 (2), 51-56.

Burke V, Lee AH, Hunter E, Spargo R, Smith R, Beilin LJ & Puddey IB. Alcohol intake and incidence of coronary disease in Australian Aborigines. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 2007. www.alcalc.oxfordjournals.org

Eley D, Young L, Baker P, Hunter K, Hunter E & Hannah D. Perceptions of mental health service delivery by staff and Indigenous consumers: it's still about communication. Australasian Psychiatry, 2007; 15:2; 130‑134.

Hunter E. Disadvantage and discontent: A review of issues relevant to the mental health of rural and remote Indigenous Australians. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 2007; 15, 88-93.

Burke V, Zhao Y, Lee AH, Hunter E, Spargo RM, Gracey M, Smith RM, Beilin LJ & Puddey IB. Predictors of Type 2 diabetes and diabetes-related hospitalisation in an Australian Aboriginal cohort. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 2007, 78, 360-368.

Haswell-Elkins M, Sebasio T, Hunter E, Mar M. Challenges of measuring the mental health of Indigenous Australians: Honouring ethical expectations and driving greater accuracy. Australasian Psychiatry, 15 (Supplement 1), 2007, S29-S33.

Hunter E, Travers H, Gibson J, Campion J. Bridging the triple divide: performance and innovative multimedia in the service of behavioural change in remote Indigenous settings. Australasian Psychiatry, 15 (Supplement 1), 2007, S44-S48.

Dossel D, Travers H & Hunter E. The use of touch screen technology for health-related information in Indigenous communities: Some economic issues. Prometheus, 25 (4), 2007, 373-392.

Campion J, Lawn S, Brownlie A, Hunter E, Gynther B & Pols R. Implementing smoke-free policies in mental health inpatient units: Learning from unsuccessful experience. Australasian Psychiatry, 16 (2), 2008, 92-97.

Hunter E. The Aboriginal tea ceremony: its relevance to psychiatric practice. Australasian Psychiatry, 16 (2), 2008, 130-132.

Burke V, Zhao Y, Lee A, Hunter E, Spargo RM, Gracey M, Smith R, Beilin LJ & Puddey IB. Hospital admissions and length of stay for coronary disease in an Aboriginal cohort. Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases, 18 (5), 2008, 357-364.

Hunter E. Service solutions or stagnation? Arena, 29/30, 2008, 203-217.

Articles (other journals)

Hunter E. New problems in the Kimberley. Aboriginal Health Worker 11 (4), 1987, 8-11.

Hunter E. Aboriginal suicides in custody - A Kimberley view. Aboriginal Health Worker 12 (2), 1988, 3-5.

Hunter E. Aboriginal suicide - A call for vigilance. Aboriginal Health Worker 12 (4), 1988, 15-20.

Hunter E. Images of violence in Aboriginal Australia. Aboriginal Law Bulletin 2 (46), 1990, 12-14.

Hunter EM, Hall, W & Spargo R. Alcohol consumption and its correlates in a remote Aboriginal population. Aboriginal Law Bulletin, 2 (5), 1991, 8-10.

Kimberley Aboriginal Health Workers. The importance of Aboriginal research feedback: Why and how it should be given back. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 16 (2), 1992, 4-6.

Hunter EM. The snake on the caduceus: Medicine and the Holocaust. Generation, 3 (2), 1992, 63-66.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health awareness: An overview. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 16 (6), 1992,14-17.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health awareness: An overview, part two. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 17 (1), 1993, 8-10.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health awareness: Levels of responsibility for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 17 (2), 1993, 16-19.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health awareness: Mental status examination. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 17 (3), 1993, 14-20.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health awareness: Just talking - or communicating? Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 17 (4), 1993, 23-32.

Hunter EM. Aboriginal mental health awareness: Signs and times. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 17 (5), 1993, 13-19.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health awareness: Death, loss, dying & grieving. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 17 (6), 1993, 21-27.

Hunter EM. Suicide in Aboriginal Australia. Befriending Worldwide, 41, 1993, 6-7.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health awareness: Mental health emergencies. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 18 (3), 1994, 21-25.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health, an overview: Part 9 - Child development, Section A. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 19 (1), 1995, 12-17.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health, an overview: Child development, Section B. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 19 (6), 1995, 19-25.

Hunter E. Considering Indigenous mental health. Health Promotion Matters, October/November, 1997, 8.

Hunter E. Aboriginal mental health: A brief historical overview. Connect, 2 (4), 1997, 6-7.

Hunter E. Considering trauma in an Indigenous context. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 22 (5), 1998, 9-18.

Black ME & Hunter E. University of Queensland Chairs of Public Health in Cairns. Centre for Indigenous Health Education and Research Newsletter, November, 1998, 3.

Hunter E. Developing an alcohol-free pregnancy strategy: Lessons from the bush. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Health in Queensland, 1999 (winter), 11-14.

Hunter E. New directions and opportunities in mental health: Mental health promotion and prevention. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 23 (5), 1999, 5-12.

Hunter E. Alcohol and pregnancy in Indigenous communities: Are we starting to get serious. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Health in Queensland, Autumn, 2000, 2-3.

Hunter E. A brief historical background to health research in Indigenous communities. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 25 (1), 2001, 6-8.

Hunter E. Indigenous mental health: A brief historical overview revisited. Connect: Mental health matters in Western Australia, 6 (4), 2002, 9-12.

Hunter E. Can we avoid making a bad situation worse? Balance, Autumn, 2003, 24-29.

Reviews

Hunter EM. [Review of AB Robillard & AJ Marsella (Eds.), Contemporary issues in mental health research in the Pacific Islands]. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 10 (3), 1989, 72-74.

Hunter EM, Ellis R, Campbell D & Fagan P. Report of the twenty third annual conference of the Public Health Association of Australia: The health of indigenous peoples. Medical Journal of Australia, 156 (8), 1992, 575-577.

Hunter E. [Review of S Saggers & D Gray, Aboriginal health and society: The traditional and contemporary Aboriginal struggle for better health]. Modern Medicine, 35 (5), 1992, 164-165.

Hunter EM. [Review of M Brady, Heavy metal: The social meaning of petrol sniffing in Australia]. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 16 (5), 1992, 13-19.

Hunter EM. [Review of J Cawte, Warramirri]. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 17 (5), 1993, 24.

Anonymous. [Review of Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Choosing life: Special report on suicide among Aboriginal people]. Australian Indigenous Law Reporter, 1 (1), 1995, 104-105.

Hunter E. Report of the Aboriginal health: Social and cultural transitions conference. Centre for Social Research and the Faculty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Northern Territory University, Darwin, September 28-30 1995. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 19 (6), 1995, 15-17.

Hunter E. Reconsidering the Referendum: Report of a conference on the 1967 Referendum: Aboriginal rights 30 years down the track, University of New South Wales, May 9 1997. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 21 (3), 1997, 24.

Hunter E, Fagan P & Wilkes T. Bama Wudu Wudu Mara Mara – Young Aboriginal men and women. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 22 (2), 1998, 10-18.

Hunter E. [Review of S Saggers & D Gray, Dealing with alcohol: Indigenous usage in Australia, New Zealand and Canada]. Aboriginal History, 22, 1998, 296-299.

Hunter E. [Review of T Vajda, Hope dies last]. Jewish News, July 28, 2000, 36.

Hunter E. [Review of N Holz, Too young to be a hero]. Jewish News, October 20, 2000, 36.

Hunter E. [Review of C Tatz, Aboriginal suicide is different: A portrait of life and self-destruction]. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 36 (1), 2002, 146-148.

Hunter E. [Review of W Anderson, The cultivation of whiteness: science, health and racial destiny in Australia]. Aboriginal History, 26, 2002, 259-262.

Hunter E. [Review of M Brady, Indigenous Australia and alcohol policy: meeting difference with indifference]. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1, 2005, 107-109.

Editorials

Hunter EM. Editorial: Medical research ethics in Aboriginal Australia. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 15 (2), 1991, 4-5.

Hunter EM. Editorial: Benzodiazepines. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 15 (6), 1992, 12.

Hunter E. Editorial: Genocide: a public health issue. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 20 (6), 1996, 565-566.

Anonymous. Statement from Australian and New Zealand Psychiatrists in response to recent political events. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 21 (3), 1997, 2.

Hunter E. Early intervention for Indigenous social and emotional health problems. AusEinetter, 5 (3), 1998, 1-2.

Hunter E. Editorial. Bulletin of the Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1 (2), 1998, 67-68.

Hunter E. Exploring the "garden of involuntary memory". Grief Matters, 3 (3), 2000, 50.

Hunter E. Editorial: Indigenous health research. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 25 (1), 2001, 2.

Hunter E. Editorial: An important issue and a small transition. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 25 (4), 2001, 3.

Santhanam R & Hunter E. Editorial. Grief Matters, 5 (3), 2002, 42.

Hunter E & d’Abbs P. In ‘modest but practical ways’: medical practitioners and substance misuse in Aboriginal Australians. Internal Medical Journal, 33, 2003, 333-335.

Hunter E & Tsey K. Setting strategic directions in mental health policy and practice: The challenge of understanding and addressing the social determinants. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (Supplement), 2003, S1-S5.

Hunter E. Editorial. Grief Matters, 8 (1), 3-4, 2005.

Hunter E. Editorial. Grief Matters, 9 (3), 51, 2006.

Hunter E. Editorial. Australasian Psychiatry, 15 (Supplement 1), 2007, S1-S4.

Editor

Hunter E & Walter G. Setting strategic directions in mental health policy and practice: The challenge of understanding and addressing the social determinants. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (Supplement), 2003.

Hunter E & Walter G. Influencing the social determinants of mental health and wellbeing of rural, Indigenous and Island peoples. Australasian Psychiatry, 15 (Supplement 1), 2007.

Commentaries

Tsey K & Hunter E. Indigenous health and the contribution of sociology: a review. Health Sociology Review, 11 (1&2), 2002, 79-86.

Letters

Hunter E. Conflicting constructions of Aboriginal suicide: a letter in response to Robert Parker. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 29 (2), 1995, 335-337.

McDermott R, Hunter E, Fagan P & Vlack S. The social and educational outcome of a cohort of rural children in relation to the racial and socioeconomic groupings of their parents. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 33 (2), 1997, 175-6.

Margolis S, Ypinazar VA, Clough AR & Hunter E. Absence of alcohol withdrawal syndrome in a remote Indigenous community. Medical Journal of Australia, 189 (10), 2008, 596.

Forewords

Hunter E. It does't stop here: Transgenerational effects of the forced removal of children. [Foreword to L Peeters, ‘The years that never were: A section from the writings of Lorraine Peeters’]. Australasian psychiatry, 3 (3), 1995, 154.

Hunter E. Crisis services: Direct suicide prevention. [Foreword to extract from Royal Commission on Aboriginal People, ‘Choosing life: Special report on suicide among Aboriginal people’]. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 19 (4), 1995, 22-23.

Hunter E. Introduction. [Foreward to A White, ‘Stories for sharing’]. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 23 (6), 1999, 26-27.

Hunter E. Overview: ‘Indigenous populations’. Setting strategic directions in mental health policy and practice: The challenge of understanding and addressing the social determinants. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (Supplement), 2003, S13-S14.

Hunter E. Overview: ‘Consumers, services and recovery’. Setting strategic directions in mental health policy and practice: The challenge of understanding and addressing the social determinants. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (Supplement), 2003, S57.

Hunter E. Overview: ‘Refugees and detained populations’. Setting strategic directions in mental health policy and practice: The challenge of understanding and addressing the social determinants. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (Supplement), 2003, S83.

Hunter E. Overview: ‘Rural and remote populations’. Setting strategic directions in mental health policy and practice: The challenge of understanding and addressing the social determinants. Australasian Psychiatry, 11 (Supplement), 2003, S109..

Reports

Hunter E & Bani G. Alcohol on The Island. A report for the World Health Organisation, Program on Substance Abuse, 1993.

Hunter E. Final Report of RHSET Grant No 190: Mental health skills development for remote area Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers, Cairns, 1997.

Co-author. Provision of medical education in the north of Australia. Report to the Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs, June 1998.

Hunter E, Brady M & Hall W. National recommendations for the management of alcohol-related problems in Indigenous primary care settings. Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Services, January 1999.

Larson A, Watego C, Edwards C, Hunter E & Shannon C. “Their health was good but their safety wasn’t”: Indigenous young people’s experience in juvenile detention centres. Report for the Commission of Inquiry into the Abuse of Children in Queensland Institutions. Centre for Indigenous Health, Education and Research, Brisbane, 1999.

Hunter E, Reser J, Baird M & Reser P. An analysis of suicide in Indigenous communities of North Queensland: The historical, cultural and symbolic landscape. Report for the Mental Health/Health Services Development Branch, Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care, Canberra, 1999.

Whiteside M, Brown J & Hunter E. North Queensland implementation of the “National recommendations for the clinical management of alcohol-related problems in Indigenous primary care settings”: Final report. For the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Services, Canberra, 1999.

Hunter E , Batrouney T, McGurk H, Buchanan R, Gela J & Soriano G. Torres Strait Islander parenting: The Buai Sei Boey Wagel project. Report for the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, Canberra, 1999.

Harvey D, Hunter E & Whiteside M. Pathways home: A consumer-focused assessment of support and accommodation needs of people with a mental illness or disorder in Cairns. Report for Access Community Housing Inc. University of Queensland, Cairns, 1999.

Hunter E. Aboriginal suicide in the Far-West Region of New South Wales. A report for the Murdi Paaki ATSIC Regional Council. Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Queensland, Cairns, 1999.

Williams A, Cadet-James Y, Minniecon D, Lenoy M, Hunter E, Riley I & Shannon C. The role of tertiary education in strengthening indigenous health services. Centre for Indigenous Health Education and Research, Brisbane, 2000.

Harvey D, Tsey K, Cadet-James Y, Minniecon D, Ivers R & Hunter E. Evaluation of the pilot phase of Queensland Health tobacco brief intervention training in Indigenous health settings. North Queeensland Health Equalities Promotion unit, Cairns, 2001.

Robertson D, Baird P, Cory S, Hunter E, Mellis C, O’Dea K & Swan N. (2002). TVW Telethon Institute for Child Health Research: Report of the Scientific Review 10 – 14 December, 2001.

Hunter E, Brown J & Minniecon, D. Final report: National implementation of the National recommendations for the clinical management of alcohol-related problems in Indigenous primary care settings. North Queensland Health Equalities Promotion Unit, University of Queensland, Cairns, February 2002.

Brown J, Minniecon D, Hunter E, Cadet-James Y. “Increasing the capacity of Health Workers to address issues relating to alcohol in rural and remote Indigenous communities. Final Report to RHSET, February, 2002.

Hunter E & Travers H. “Touch and see (and hear)”: Touchscreen technology and Indigenous health: An evaluation of the pilot introduction of health touchscreens into remote and urban Indigenous communities in Queensland. Final Report to the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health, September 2002.

Wiltshire A & Hunter E.. Evaluation of population health research as a health intervention: Follow up thirteen years after a survey of alcohol, health and lifestyle of Aboriginal residents of the Kimberley. Report for the Brewers’ Foundation, January 2004.

Kreger A & Hunter E. The Queensland Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health: Discussion Paper. North Queensland Health Equalities Promotion Unit, Cairns, May 2004.

Santhanam R, Kreger A, Tsey K & Hunter E. Evaluation of the Youth Outreach Team: Final report for the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, Alice Springs, November 2004.

Kreger A, Hunter E, Santhanam R & Tsey K. Review of the Social and Emotional Wellbeing Branch. Final report for the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, Alice Springs, November 2004.

Hunter E, Brownlie A, Haswell-Elkins M, Wargent R & Hall B. Clinic audit report 2003-2004: Mental Health Service for the Cape Health Service District. AIMHi: Indigenous Stream – North Queensland. North Queensland Health Equalities Promotion Unit, Cairns, 2004.

Hunter E. Report on mental health services in Aceh following the Tsunami of December 26, 2005: AusAID team assessment, Banda Aceh, January 28 to February 4, 2005.

Hunter E. “The tsunami is over”: Report on mental health-related activities and opportunities in Aceh, April 2005. Report to AusAID, Banda Aceh, April 20, 2005.

Kreger A & Hunter E. Unfenced road ahead: a review of rural and remote mental health service delivery and policy. Report for the Mental Health Unit, Queensland Health, August 2005.

Kreger A & Hunter E. Report on regional Indigenous consultation workshops. Royal Flying Doctor Service, Cairns, January 2006.

Hunter E, Travers H & Gibson J. Touch and see and hear … and DANCE! Report to Health Promotion Queensland on “Implementing and evaluating an innovative, sustainable, IT-based approach to enhancing health literacy and local capacity in disadvantaged remote populations”. North Queensland Health Promotion Equalities Unit, Cairns, 2007.

Brownlie A, Haswell-Elkins M, Wargent R, Hunter E, & Hall B. Cape York District Mental Health Service Audit, 2003, 2005 and 2007. AIMHi Indigenous Stream, North Queensland Health Equalities Promotion Unit, University of Queensland, Cairns, 2008.

Haswell-Elkins M, Hunter E, Wargent R, Hall B, O'Higgins C. and West R. (2008). Protocols for the delivery of mental health services in far north Queensland Indigenous communities: (Draft) Guidelines for health workers, clinicians, consumers and carers. Australian Integrated Mental Health Initiative, Indigenous Stream in North Queensland for Northern Area Health Services, Queensland Health, Cairns. 

Other

Hunter E. Case study: An example of an early intervention service. In: Aboriginal Medical Service Co-operative Ltd. N.S.W. Aboriginal Mental Health Report. AMS, Redfern, 1991.

Hunter E. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide. In: J Healey (Ed), Suicide and Self-Harm. Issues in Society, 166, 12-14. Sydney: The Spinney Press. Republication from Ausienet, 2002.

Hunter E. Creating futures demands innovation and cooperation. RANZCP Annual Report, 2006, 15.; Australasian Psychiatry, 14 (4), 434.