Williams, Lesley Alison, Ware, Robert S. and Davies, Peter S. W. (2015) Back to basics: An audit of measurement of infant growth at presentation to hospital. Australian Health Review, 39 5: 539-543. doi:10.1071/AH14165
Williams, Lesley Alison, Ware, Robert S. and Davies, Peter S. W. (2015) Hospital, infants and feeding: the importance of audit. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 51 7: 708-712. doi:10.1111/jpc.12824
Malyon, Lorelle, Williams, Alison and Ware, Robert S. (2014) The Emergency Triage Education Kit: Improving paediatric triage. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 17 2: 51-58. doi:10.1016/j.aenj.2014.02.002
Williams, Alison, Young, Jeanine, Kearney, Lauren and Keogh, Samantha (2013) Improving knowledge of breastfeeding management: A practice development intervention for paediatric nurses. Neonatal, Paediatric and Child Health Nursing, 16 2: 8-14.
David, Michael, Bensink, Mark, Higashi, Hideki, Boyd, Roslyn, Williams, Lesley and Ware, Robert S. (2012) Systematic review of the cost-effectiveness of sample size maintenance programs in studies involving postal questionnaires reveals insufficient economic information. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 65 10: 1031-1040. doi:10.1016/j.jclinepi.2012.03.011
Williams, A., O'Rourke, P. and Keogh, S. (2009) Making choices: Why parents present to the emergency department for non-urgent care. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 94 10: 817-820. doi:10.1136/adc.2008.149823
Young, J., Williams, A. and McCosker-Rees, J. (2007) Safe Infant Sleeping Education Program for Health Professionals Update on Current Study. Queensland Health Information Update, 19 -5.
Young, J., Keogh, S., Williams, L. and Watson, K. (2010). Collaborative research: A model to develop nursing research in paediatrics and child health. In: 3rd Passionate about Practice 2010 Conference, Brisbane, Qld., Australia, (). 1-3 August 2010.
Young, J., Williams, L., Higgins, N. and Raven, L. (2010). Improving uptake of safe infant sleeping recommendations: Teaching tools for parents and health professionals. In: D. Isaacs, Abstracts of the Joint Conference of the International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) and International Society for the Study and Prevention of Infant Death (ISPID). Joint Conference of the International Stillbirth Alliance (ISA) and International Society for the Study and Prevention of Infant Death (ISPID), Sydney, Australia, (27-27). 8-10th October 2010.
Philips, L., Williams, A. L., Young, J., Cooke, M. and Rickard, C. (2010). When opportunity knocks...jab it? Opportunistic immunising in the emergency department. In: PHAA 12th National Immunisation Conference: Evidence and Strategies for a New Decade, Adelaide, SA, Australia, (). 17-19 August 2010.
Philips, Leanne, Williams, Alison and Young, Jeanine (2010). When opportunity knocks...give it your best shot! Opportunistic immunising in the paediatric emergency department. In: Ramon Z. Shaban, Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal. Abstracts: 8th International Conference for Emergency Nurses. ICEN 2010: 8th International Conference for Emergency Nurses. Global Emergency Nursing Leadership: Shaping practice and service, Canberra, ACT, Australia, (158-158). 14-16 October 2010. doi:10.1016/j.aenj.2010.08.315
Young, J., Williams A., Ramsbotham, J. and Higgins, N. (2009). Consistent and collaborative approaches to reduce preventable deaths: a Safe Infant Sleeping educational resource designed for health professionals. In: Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology. SIDS 10th International Conference, Portsmouth, UK, (126-127). 23–26 June, 2008.
Young, Jeanine, Williams, A,, Ramsbotham, J, and McCocker-Rees J (2008). Sleeping Babies Safely: Achievements and lessons learned in using a multi-agency approach to positively impact health professional and public knowledge about safe infant sleeping recommendations. In: 10th International Paediatric and Child Health Nursing Conference, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, (). 30 Apr - 2 May 2008.
Young, Jeanine, Williams, A, Ramsbotham, J and Higgins, N (2008). Consistent and collaborative approaches to reduce preventable deaths: a safe infant sleeping educational resource designed for health professionals. In: Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology: Looking together towards new horizons. The Tenth SIDS International Conference, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth U.K., (126-127). 23-26th June, 2008. doi:10.1007/s12024-008-9058-4
Young, J., Williams, A. and McCosker-Rees, J. (2007). Safe Infant Sleeping: A Multi-Agency Team Approach To Positively Impact Health Professional Knowledge About Safe Infant Sleeping Messages. In: Child, Adolescent and Family Health Conference 2007, Australis Noosa Lakes Convention and Exhibition Centre, Noosa, Queensland, (). 26-27 October 2007.
Young, J., New, K., Colditz, P., Davis, L. and Williams, L. (2006). Safe sleeping for infants: An educational intervention designed to positively impact nursing and midwifery knowledge, attitudes and practice. In: Nursing Outreach and International Nurses Day Forum: Innovations in Practice, Brisbane, Australia, (). 12 May, 2006.
Young, J., Williams, A., Colditz, P. and Karen, N. (2006). Safe sleeping for infants: A multi-agency team approach to positively impact health professional and public knowledge about safe infant sleeping messages. In: Women's and Children's Hospitals Australasia Conference. 'Teaming with Talent ': Women's and Children's Hospitals Australasia Conference, Launceston, Australia, (). 13-17 November, 2006.
Young, J., New, K., Colditz, P., Davis, L. and Williams, A. (2006). Safe Sleeping for Infants: an Education Intervention Designed to Positively Impact Nursing and Midwifery Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice (Oral presentation). In: Caring through diversity. 9th International Paediatric & Child Health Nurse’s Conference, Melbourne, Victoria, (). 17-19 May 2006.
Young, J., Williams, A., Battistutta, D. and O'Rourke, P. (2006). Safe infant sleeping: a multi-agency team approach to positively impact health professional knowledge about safe infant sleeping messages. In: Proceedings of 6th Annual Health and Medical Research Conference of Queensland, Towards a Healthier Queensland through research and Innovation. 6th Annual Health and Medical Research Conference of Queensland: Translating Innovation and Research into Better Health, Hilton Hotel, Brisbane, Queensland, (). 23rd - 24th November, 2006.
Williams, Lesley Alison (2007). MAKING CHOICES: WHY PARENTS PRESENT TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT FOR NON-URGENT CARE MPhil Thesis, School of Population Health, University of Queensland.