Louise Maple-Brown

Menzies School of Health Research

Former affiliation

Charles Darwin University

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Research interests

Louise Maple-Brown is Head of Department of Endocrinology, Royal Darwin Hospital (Northern Territory, Australia) and an NHMRC Practitioner Fellow with Menzies School of Health Research. Louise leads a clinical research program within the Wellbeing and Preventable Chronic Diseases division of Menzies, with a focus on diabetes and related conditions in Indigenous Australians. Currently Louise is the lead investigator on several large NHMRC-funded projects, including the Northern Territory and Far North Queensland Diabetes in Pregnancy Partnership and The eGFR study (Accurate assessment and progression of kidney damage in Indigenous Australians).

Education/Academic qualification

PhD

… → 2006

External positions

Director

25 Aug 2014 → …

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Research Output

Chronic kidney disease and socio-economic status: a cross sectional study

Ritte, R. E., Lawton, P., Hughes, J. T., Barzi, F., Brown, A., Mills, P., Hoy, W., O’Dea, K., Cass, A. & Maple-Brown, L., 2 Jan 2020, In : Ethnicity and Health. 25, 1, p. 93-109 17 p.

Charles Darwin University

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  • Primary health care for aboriginal australian women in remote communities after a pregnancy with hyperglycaemia

    Wood, A., Mackay, D., Fitzsimmons, D., Derkenne, R., Kirkham, R., Boyle, J. A., Connors, C., Whitbread, C., Welsh, A., Brown, A., Shaw, J. E. & Maple-Brown, L., 1 Feb 2020, In : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17, 3, p. 1-12 12 p., 720.

    Charles Darwin University

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  • Social and economic factors, maternal behaviours in pregnancy and neonatal adiposity in the PANDORA cohort

    Longmore, D. K., Barr, E. L. M., Barzi, F., Lee, I. L., Kirkwood, M., Connors, C., Boyle, J., O'Dea, K., Zimmet, P., Oats, J., Catalano, P., McIntyre, H. D., Brown, A. D. H., Shaw, J. E. & Maple-Brown, L. J., Mar 2020, In : Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 161, p. 1-11 11 p., 108028.

    Charles Darwin University

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  • Diabetes care in remote Australia: The antenatal, postpartum and inter-pregnancy period

    Kirkham, R., Trap-Jensen, N., Boyle, J. A., Barzi, F., Barr, E. L. M., Whitbread, C., Van Dokkum, P., Kirkwood, M., Connors, C., Moore, E., Zimmet, P., Corpus, S., Hanley, A. J., O'Dea, K., Oats, J., McIntyre, H. D., Brown, A., Shaw, J. E. & Maple-Brown, L., 28 Oct 2019, In : BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 19, p. 1-10 10 p., 389.

    Charles Darwin University

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    Open Access
    File
  • Incorporating indigenous knowledge in health services: a consumer partnership framework

    Kirkham, R., Maple-Brown, L., Freeman, N., Beaton, B., Lamilami, R., Hausin, M., Puruntatemeri, A-M., Wood, P., Signal, S., Majoni, S. W., Cass, A. & Hughes, J., Nov 2019, In : Journal of Public Health. 176, p. 159-162 4 p.

    Charles Darwin University

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