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2019The effectiveness of an app-based nurse-moderated program for new mothers with depression and parenting problems (eMums Plus): pragmatic randomized controlled trialSawyer, A.; Kaim, A.; Le, H.; McDonald, D.; Mittinty, M.; Lynch, J.; Sawyer, M.
2014An equivalence evaluation of a nurse-moderated group-based internet support program for new mothers versus standard care: a pragmatic preference randomised controlled trialSawyer, A.; Lynch, J.; Bowering, K.; Jeffs, D.; Clark, J.; Mpundu-Kaambwa, C.; Sawyer, M.
2014Effectiveness of nurse home visiting for families in rural South AustraliaSawyer, M.; Pfeiffer, S.; Sawyer, A.; Bowering, K.; Jeffs, D.; Lynch, J.
2015Childhood mental disorders: a forgotten problem?Sawyer, M.; Erskine, H.; Sawyer, A.; Morrissey, M.; Lynch, J.
2014Quality of childcare influences children's attentiveness and emotional regulation at school entryGialamas, A.; Sawyer, A.; Mittinty, M.; Zubrick, S.; Sawyer, M.; Lynch, J.
2017Nurse-moderated internet-based support for new mothers: non-inferiority, randomized controlled trialSawyer, M.; Reece, C.; Bowering, K.; Jeffs, D.; Sawyer, A.; Mittinty, M.; Lynch, J.
2016Usage, adherence and attrition: how new mothers engage with a nurse-moderated web-based intervention to support maternal and infant health. A 9-month observational studySawyer, M.; Reece, C.; Bowering, K.; Jeffs, D.; Sawyer, A.; Peters, J.; Mpundu-Kaambwa, C.; Clark, J.; McDonald, D.; Mittinty, M.; Lynch, J.
2014Student-teacher relationship trajectories and mental health problems in young childrenMiller-Lewis, L.; Sawyer, A.; Searle, A.; Mittinty, M.; Sawyer, M.; Lynch, J.
2015Are trajectories of self-regulation abilities from ages 2-3 to 6-7 associated with academic achievement in the early school years?Sawyer, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Mittinty, M.; Miller-Lewis, L.; Sawyer, M.; Sullivan, T.; Lynch, J.
2014Can screening 4-5 year olds accurately identify children who will have teacher-reported mental health problems when children are ages 6-7 years?Sawyer, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Lynch, J.; Baghurst, P.; Mittinty, N.; Kaim, A.; Sawyer, M.