Professor Sherry Saggers

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Sherry commenced as a Professor at NDRI in February 2008 to establish a research program on the social determinants of substance misuse. This is now known as the Prevention, Early Intervention and Inequality program. She was previously Foundation Professor of Applied Social Research and Director of the Centre for Social Research at Edith Cowan University.She currently chairs the Independent Priority Assessment Committee of the Disability Service Commission; serves on Tangentyere Council's Research Sub-Committee; and is on the Management Committee of Pat Giles Centre Inc.

  • BA English, University of Western Australia
  • MA Anthropology, University of Hawaii
  • PhD Anthropology, Brown University
  • Sherry is best known for her research with community-based Indigenous organisations on Indigenous health and substance use, but she has also researched and published on children, young people and family issues, sexual health, human services, and community development. Her current research includes:evaluation of the Warlpiri Early Childhood Care and Development Program in central Australia; social inclusion and the impact of community embedded university education in WA, NSW & VIC; participatory approaches to contaiment of pandemic influenza in Indigenous communities in NSW, QLD and WA; sexual health of Indigenous young people in the NT and WA; qualitative measures of treatment progress for young people in residential rehabilitation in WA & NSW; and community-based alcohol prevention in the Goldfields of WA.

Gray, D., Saggers, S. and Stearne, A. Indigneous health: the slow road to equity. In Germov, J. (ed.) Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology (6th ed). Oxford, Melbourne. [In Press] [CH214]

Gray, D., Cartwright, K., Stearne, A., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E., T. and Wilson, M. (2017). Review of the harmful use of alcohol among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Australian Indigenous Healthinfonet. [RJ1359] View web page

Ireland, S., Belton, S. and Saggers, S. (2015). The logics of planned birthplace for remote Australian Aboriginal women in the northern territory: A discourse and content analysis of clinical practice manuals. Midwifery. DOI: 10.1016/j.midw.2015.06.005 [RJ1107] View web page

Ireland, S., Belton, S., McGrath, A., Saggers, S. and Wulili Narjic, C. (2015). Paperbark and Pinard: A historical account of maternity care in one remote Australian Aboriginal Town. Women and Birth, 28, (4), pp. 293-302. DOI: 10.1016/j.wombi.2015.06.002 [RJ1071] View web page

Miller, A., Massey, P., D., Judd, J., Kelly, J., Durrheim, D., N., Clough, A., R., Speare, R. and Saggers, S. (2015). Using a participatory action research framework to listen to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia about pandemic influenza. Rural and Remote Health, 15: 2923. [RJ1072] View web page

Gray, D., Saggers, S. and Stearne, A. (2014). Indigenous health: the perpetuation of inequality. In Germov, J. (ed.) Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology (5th ed). Oxford University Press, Melbourne. pp. 147-162. ISBN: 9780195520149 [CH208]

Gray, D., Wilson, M., Allsop, S., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E., T. and Ober, C. (2014). Barriers and enablers to the provision of alcohol treatment among Aboriginal Australians: a thematic review of five research projects. Drug and Alcohol Review, 33, (5), pp. 482-490. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12137 [RJ950] View web page

Ireland, S., Narjic, C., W., Belton, S., Saggers, S. and McGrath, A. (2014). ‘Jumping around’: exploring young women's behaviour and knowledge in relation to sexual health in a remote Aboriginal Australian community. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 17, (1), pp. 1-16. DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2014.937747 [RJ1191] View web page

Ireland, S., Wulili Narjic, C., Belton, S., Saggers, S. and McGrath, A. (2014). 'Jumping around': Exploring young women's behaviour and knowledge in relation to sexual health in a remote Aboriginal community. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 17, (1), pp. 1-16. DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2014.937747 [RJ971] View web page

Roarty, L., Wildy, H., Saggers, S., Wilson, M. and Symons, M. (2014). What difference does treatment make? Developing a qualitative measure of young people's progress in residential rehabilitation: final report. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, WA. [T230] Download PDF

Saggers, S., McBride, N., Roarty, L. and Rechichi, V. (2014). NDRI submission to the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory select Committee on action to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum disorder. National Drug Research Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University. [R272]

Cuesta-Briand, B., Saggers, S. and McManus, A. (2013). "It still leaves me sixty dollars out of pocket": experiences of diabetes medical care among low-income earners in Perth. Australian Journal of Primary Health. DOI: 10.1071/PY12096 [RJ972] View web page

Wilson, M., Saggers, S. and Wildy, H. (2013). Using narratives to understand progress in youth Alcohol and Other Drug treatment. Qualitative Research Journal, 13, (1), pp. 114-131. DOI: 10.1108/14439881311314694 [RJ881] View web page

Hornosty, J., Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2012). Canada's Aboriginal Peoples and Health: The Perpetuation of Inequality. Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology. Canadian Edition. Oxford University Press, Ontario, Canada. pp. 119-141. ISBN: 978-0-19-543198-8 [CH185]

Roarty, L., Wildy, H., Saggers, S., Conigrave, K., Wilson, M., Di Nicola, K., Webb, J. and Faulkner, J. (2012). 'My Journey Map': Developing a qualitative approach to mapping young people's progress in residential rehabilitation. Contemporary Drug Problems, 39, (4), pp. 715-733. [RJ834]

Sims, M., Saggers, S. and Frances, K. (2012). Inclusive child care services: Meeting the challenge for Indigenous children. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 37, (3), pp. 96-104. [RJ893]

Symons, M., Gray, D., Chikritzhs, T., N., Skov, S., J., Saggers, S., Boffa, J. and Low, J. (2012). A longitudinal study of influences on alcohol consumption and related harm in Central Australia: with a particular emphasis on the role of price. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth. ISBN: 978-0-9873641-0-4 [T220] Download PDF

Breen, L., Wildy, H. and Saggers, S. (2011). Challenges in implementing wellness approaches in childhood disability services: views from the field. International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, 58, (2), pp. 137-153. DOI: 10.1080/1034912X.2011.570500 [RJ745] View web page

Cuesta-Briand, B., Saggers, S. and McManus, A. (2011). "You get the quickest and cheapest stuff you can": Food security issues among low-income earners living with diabetes. Australasian Medical Journal, 4, (12), pp. 683-691. DOI: 10.4066/AMJ.2011.1104 [RJ820] View web page

Frances, K. and Saggers, S. (2011). Evaluation of Palmerston Association Yarning and Parenting Program for parents and children experiencing drug and alcohol problems. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 978-0-9807054-4-7 [T211] Download PDF

Green, M. and Saggers, S. (2011). Race and reconciliation in Australia. In Germov, J. and Poole, M. (eds.) Public sociology. An introduction to Australian society (2nd ed). Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW. pp. 271-289. ISBN: 9781742371450 [CH176]

Jackiewicz, S., Saggers, S. and Frances, K. (2011). Equity of access: Requirements of Indigenous families and communities to ensure equitable access to government approved child care settings in Australia. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 36. [RJ811]

Massey, P., D., Miller, A., Saggers, S., Durrheim, D., N., Speare, R., Taylor, K., Pearce, G., Odo, T., Broome, J., Judd, J., Kelly, J., Blackley, M. and Clough, A., R. (2011). Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the development of pandemic influenza containment strategies: community voices and community control. Health Policy, 103, pp. 184-190. DOI: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2011.07.004 [RJ813] View web page

Saggers, S. and Stearne, A. (2011). Evaluation of the Jaru Pirrjirdi Suicide Prevention Project. Final report. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [T212]

Saggers, S. and Stearne, A. (2011). Palka-Jarrija: Enhancing Capacity Management. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [T213]

Saggers, S., McBride, N. and Rechichi, V. (2011). Target Zero: Preventing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Submission by NDRI to the Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs inquiry into developing a national approach to the prevention, intervention and management of FASD in Australia. National Drug Research Institute, Perth. [R251]

Saggers, S., Walter, M. and Gray, D. (2011). Culture, history and health. In Thackrah, R., Scott, K. and Winch, J. (eds.) Indigenous Australian Health and Cultures: An Introduction for Health Professionals. Pearson, Sydney. [CH177]

Miller, A., Durrheim, D., N., Blackley, M., Broome, J., Clough, A., R., Judd, J., Kelly, J., Pearce, G., Purcell, C., Massey, P., D., Saggers, S., Speare, R., Taylor, K., A. and Odo, T. (2010). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities forgotten in new Australian National Action Plan for human influenza pandemic: "ask us, listen to us, share with us". Editorial. The Medical Journal of Australia, 193, (6), pp. 316-317. [RJ784]

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E., T., Allsop, S. and Ober, C. (2010). Managing alcohol-related problems among Indigenous Australians: what the literature tells us. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34, pp. 34-35. [RJ638] Abstract

Green, M., Brueckner, M. and Saggers, S. (2010). "The trappings of home": young people's transitions towards independent living. Housing Studies. pp. 1-16. DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2010.512751 [RJ783] View web page

Guilfoyle, A., Saggers, S., Sims, M. and Hutchins, T. (2010). Culturally strong child care programs for Indigenous children, families and communities. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 35, (3). [RJ715]

Miller, A., Clough, A., R., Nelson, C., L., Durrheim, D., N., Pearce, G., Roberts, J., Broome, J., Kelly, J., Taylor, K., A., Blackley, M., Massey, P., D., Speare, R., Saggers, S. and Odo, T. (2010). Feasible containment strategies for Swine Influenza H1N1 in rural and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. James Cook University, Townsville. [T208]

Roarty, L. and Saggers, S. (2010). Evaluation of services to culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) women with comorbid mental health and drug and alcohol issues. National Drug Research Institute, Perth, WA. [T201] Abstract

Schineanu, A., Welander, F. and Saggers, S. (2010). "Don't wake up angry no more" The evaluation of the Norseman Voluntary Liquor Agreement. NDRI, Perth, Australia. pp. 54. ISBN: 978-0-9807054-1-6 [T202] Download PDF

Schineanu, A., Welander, F. and Saggers, S. (2010). Kalgoorlie Alcohol Action Project Intervention Evaluation 2006-2009. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 978-0-9807054-3-0 [R248] Download PDF

Targowska, A., Saggers, S. and Frances, K. (2010). Licensing and regulation of Indigenous child care services. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 35, (4), pp. 30-39. [RJ652]

Wilkes, E., T., Gray, D., Saggers, S., Casey, W. and Stearne, A. (2010). Substance misuse and mental health among Aboriginal Australians. In Purdie, N., Dudgeon, P. and Walker, R. (eds.) Working Together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health and Wellbeing Principles and Practice. Australian Council for Educational Research, Canberra. pp. 117-134. ISBN: 978-1-74241-090-6-6 [CH167] View web page Abstract

Wilson, M., Stearne, A., Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2010). The harmful use of alcohol amongst Indigenous Australians. Australian Indigenous Healthinfonet. Australian Indigenous Healthinfonet. [UP27] View web page

Dodd, J., Saggers, S. and Wildy, H. (2009). Constructing the' ideal' family for family centred practice:challenges for delivery. Disability & Society, 24, (2), pp. 173-183. [RJ609]

Dodd, J., Saggers, S. and Wildy, H. (2009). Retention in the allied health workforce: Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y. Journal of Allied Health, 38, (4), pp. 216-220. [RJ608]

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2009). Indigenous health: the perpetuation of inequality. In Germov, J. (ed.) Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology (4th ed). Oxford University Press, Melbourne. ISBN: 9780195562811 [CH153]

Gray, D., Green, M., Saggers, S. and Wilkes, E., T. (2009). Review of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community-Controlled Alcohol and Other Drugs Sector in Queensland. Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, Brisbane. [T194] Download PDF

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E., T., Allsop, S. and Ober, C. (2009). Enhancing the management of alcohol-related problems among Indigenous Australians (Abstract only). Drug and Alcohol Review, 28, pp. 72. [RJ712]

Hutchins, T., Saggers, S. and Frances, K. (2009). Australian Indigenous perspectives on quality assurance in children's services. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 34, (1), pp. 10-19. [RJ653]

Hutchins, T., Saggers, S. and Frances, K. (2009). Improving the representation of Indigenous child care workers in the mainstream child care workforce. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 34, (1), pp. 2-9. [RJ629]

Massey, P., D., Pearce, G., Taylor, K., A., Orcher, L., Saggers, S. and Durrheim, D., N. (2009). Reducing the risk of pandemic influenza in Aboriginal communities. Rural and Remote Health, 9, pp. 1290. [RJ699] View web page

Massey, P., D., Miller, A., Durrheim, D., N., Speare, R., Saggers, S. and Eastwood, K. (2009). Pandemic influenza containment and the cultural and social context of Indigenous communities: letter to the editor. Rural and Remote Health, 9, pp. 1179. [RJ687] Download PDF

Saggers, S., Chikritzhs, T., N. and Allsop, S. (2009). Young people and alcohol: reducing the risk. ARACY, Canberra. [UP22] Abstract

Breen, L., Saggers, S., Roarty, L. and Green, M. (2008). Towards embedding wellness approaches to health and disability in the policies and practices of allied health providers. Journal of Allied Health, 37, (3), pp. 173-179. [RJ606]

Frances, K., Hutchins, T., Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (2008). Group analysis of Aboriginal child death review cases in which chronic neglect is present. Child Death Review Committee, Perth. [T187] Download PDF

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D. and Wilkes, E., T. (2008). Substance misuse. In Couzos, S. and Murray, R. (eds.) Aboriginal Primary Health Care: An Evidence Based Approach (3rd ed). Oxford University Press, Melbourne. [CH142]

Sims, M., Saggers, S., Hutchins, T., Guilfoyle, A., Targowska, A. and Jackiewicz, S. (2008). Indigenous child care - leading the way. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 33, (1), pp. 56-60. [RJ610]

Chikritzhs, T., N., Gray, D., Lyons, Z. and Saggers, S. (2007). Restrictions on the sale and supply of alcohol: Evidence and outcomes. National Drug Research Institute. Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 533 9 [M68] Download PDF

Chikritzhs, T., N., Pascal, R., Gray, D., Stearne, A., Saggers, S. and Jones, P. (2007). Trends in alcohol-attributable deaths among Indigenous Australians, 1998-2004. National Alcohol Indicators Project, Bulletin No.11. [R199] Download PDF Abstract

Khan, S., Hudson-Rodd, N., Saggers, S., Bhuiyan, M., Bhuiya, A., Karim, S. and Rauyajin, O. (2007). Semen contains vitality and heredity, not germs: seminal discourse in the AIDS era. Journal of Health and Population Nutrition, 24, (4), pp. 426-437. [RJ612]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (2007). Social determinants of health: defining what we mean. In Carson, B., Dunbar, T., Chenhall, R. and Bailie, R. (eds.) The Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health. Allen & Unwin, Sydney. pp. 1-20. [CH136]

Gray, D., Jackson Pulver, L., Saggers, S. and Waldon, J. (2006). Addressing indigenous substance misuse and related harms. Drug and Alcohol Review, 25, pp. 183-188. [RJ485]

Saggers, S., Gray, D. and Strempel, P. (2006). Sex, drugs and indigenous young people. In Aggleton, P., Ball, A. and Mane, P. (eds.) Sex, Drugs and Young People: International Perspectives. Routledge, London. pp. 200-219. ISBN: 0-415-32878-0 [CH121]

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2005). The evidence base for responding to substance use problems in Indigenous communities. In Stockwell, T., R., Gruenewald, P., Toumbourou, J. and Loxley, W. (eds.) Preventing Harmful Substance Use: The Evidence Base for Policy and Practice. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester UK. pp. 381-393. ISBN: 0-470-09227-0 [CH128] Abstract

Chikritzhs, T., N., Stockwell, T., R., Gray, D., Stearne, A., Pascal, R. and Saggers, S. (2004). Applying national indicators of alcohol-related harms to Indigenous Australians: a discussion paper. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T152]

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D. and Strempel, P. (2004). Substance misuse and primary health care among Indigenous Australians. Australian Government Department of Health and Aging, Canberra, ACT. ISBN: 0 642 82501 7 [T140] Download PDF Abstract

Loxley, W., Toumbourou, J., Stockwell, T., R., Haines, B., Scott, K., Godfrey, C., Waters, E., Patton, G., Fordham, R., J., Gray, D., Marshall, J., Ryder, D., Saggers, S., Williams, J. and Sanci, L. (2004). The prevention of substance use, risk and harm in Australia: A review of the evidence. National Drug Research Institute and the Centre for Adolescent Health. [M45] View web page

Strempel, P., Saggers, S., Gray, D. and Stearne, A. (2004). Indigenous drug and alcohol projects: elements of best practice. Australian National Council on Drugs, Canberra. ISBN: 1 877018 09 0 [R167] Download PDF

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2003). Substance misuse. In Thomson, N. (ed.) The Health of Indigenous Australians. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. pp. 158-185. ISBN: 019551220 [CH99]

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2002). Indigenous Australian Alcohol and Other Drug Issues: Research from the National Drug Research Institute. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 142 2 [M38] Download PDF

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2002). Submission to the Inquiry by the Director of Liquor Licensing into proposed restrictions on the sale of packaged liquor in Port Hedland and South Hedland. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth. [R133] Download PDF

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Hulse, G., K. and Atkinson, D. (2002). An approach to substance misuse problems among Indigenous Australians. In Hulse, G., K., White, J. and Cape, G. (eds.) Management of Alcohol and Drug Problems. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. pp. 310-327. ISBN: 0 19 551331 2 [CH86]

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D., Carter, M., Loxley, W. and Hayward, D. (2001). The Harm Reduction Needs of Aboriginal People Who Inject Drugs. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 141 4 [T115] Download PDF

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (2001). Theorising Indigenous health: a political economy of health and substance misuse. Health Sociology Review, 10, (2), pp. 21-32. [RJ380] View web page Abstract

Saggers, S., Gray, D. and Catalano, P. (2001). Port Hedland and Roebourne substance misuse services review. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 083 3 [T110] Download PDF

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D., Sputore, B., A. and Bourbon, D. (2000). Beating the grog: an evaluation of the Tennant Creek liquor licensing restrictions. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 24, (1), pp. 39-44. [RJ307] View web page Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Sputore, B., A. and Bourbon, D. (2000). What works: a review of evaluated alcohol misuse interventions among Aboriginal Australians. Addiction, 95, (1), pp. 11-22. [RJ314] View web page Abstract

Bourbon, D., Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1999). Indigenous Australians and Liquor Licensing Legislation. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Perth, Western Australia. [T87] Download PDF

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D., Sputore, B., A. and Bourbon, D. (1998). Evaluation of the Tennant Creek Liquor Licensing Restrictions: A Report Prepared for the Tennant Creek Beat the Grog Sub-Committee. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T79] Download PDF

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1998). Alcohol in indigenous Australian communities. In Waddell, C. and Petersen, A. (eds.) Health Matters. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, Australia. pp. 320-335. ISBN: 1 86448 564 7 [CH64]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1998). Dealing With Alcohol: Indigenous Use in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, Victoria. [M12]

Saggers, S., Gray, D., Bourbon, D. and Parker, R. (1998). Local level supply and promotion of alcohol in two Aboriginal communities in rural Western Australia. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T78]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1997). Supplying and promoting 'grog': the political economy of alcohol in Aboriginal Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 32, (3), pp. 215-237. [RJ227] View web page

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Drandich, M., Wallam, D. and Plowright, P. (1995). Evaluating government health and substance abuse programs for indigenous peoples: a comparative review. Australian Journal of Public Health, 19, (6), pp. 567 - 572. [RJ215] View web page Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Plowright, P. and Drandich, M. (1995). Monitoring and evaluation models for indigenous peoples: a literature review for the Western Australian Aboriginal Affairs Department. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T52]

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (1994). Aboriginal health: The harvest of injustice. In Waddell, C. and Petersen, A. (eds.) Just Health. Churchill Livingstone, Melbourne, Vic. pp. 119-133. [CH36]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1994). Health policy. Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia. Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, ACT. pp. 461-462. [CH38]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1991). Aboriginal health and society: The traditional and contemporary aboriginal struggle for better health. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, NSW. [M20]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1991). Policy and practice in Aboriginal health. In Reid, J. and Trompf, P. (eds.) The Health of Aboriginal Australia, (9). pp. 381-420. [RJ318]

Breen, L., Wildy, H., Saggers, S., Raghavendra, P. and Millstead, J. (2011). In search of wellness: Allied health professionals' conceptualisations. Disability & Rehabilitation, 33, pp. 862-871. [RJ]

Breen, L. and Saggers, S. (2009). Wellness rhetoric: Implications for policy and practice in Australian childhood health and disability services, Disability: Insights from across fields and around the world. In Marshall, C., A., Kendall, E., Banks, M. and Gover, M., S. (eds.), I-III, pp. 167-179. Praeger, Westport, CT. ISBN: 978-0-313-34610-1 [CH]

Breen, L., Saggers, S., Wildy, H., Millstead, J., Roarty, L., Raghavendra, P., Murchland, S., Crowley, M., Re, M. and Hurwood, A. (2008). Towards embedding a wellness approach in the polices and practices of allied health professionals within childhood health and disability settings. Centre for Social Research, Edith Cowan University, Perth. [T]

Hopkins, L., Roarty, L. and Saggers, S. (2008). Patricia Giles as a critical actor within the trade union movement of the 1970s. Women's Studies International Forum, 31, pp. 400-412. [RJ]

Roarty, L., Saggers, S., Nelson, C., L., Atkinson, D. and Green, M. (2008). Local evaluation of ABS Census Indigenous Census count, Kimberley region, Western Australia, 2006. Centre for Social Research, Edith Cowan University, Perth. [R]

Dodd, J. and Saggers, S. (2007). The impact of drug and alcohol misuse on children and families. Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth, Canberra. [UP]

Dodd, J. and Saggers, S. (2007). The impact of drug and alcohol misuse on children and families> Current policies and practices. Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth, Canberra. [UP]

Hutchins, T., Martin, K., Saggers, S. and Sims, M. (2007). Indigenous early learning and care. Australian Research Alliance of Children and Youth, Canberra. [UP]

Jacobs, K., Saggers, S. and Green, M. (2007). Making sense of partnerships: a study of police and housing department collaboration for tackling drug and related problems on public housing estates. NDLERF, Hobart, Tasmania. [M]

Walter, M. and Saggers, S. (2007). Poverty and social class. Allen & Unwin, Sydney. pp. 87-107. ISBN: 9781741751420 [CH]

Reid Boyd, E. and Saggers, S. (2003). Employment literacy: A working definition. International Journal of Learning, 10. [RJ]