Argyle Research

Royal Australasian College of Physicians: Evaluation: Specialist training program

Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies: Evaluation: Family and Carer Project.

University of Western Sydney / Ageing Disability and Home Care: Research project: Older men and HACC services

Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies: AOD Workforce profile (NSW NGOs)

(2010) Gethin, A., Macgregor, B. Helping your baby to sleep: Why gentle techniques work best (second edition). Lane Cove: Finch Books.

(2010) Macdonald, J., Gethin, A., Brown, A. Older men and home and community care services: Barriers to access and effective models of care. Issues Paper No. 2. Men's Health and Information Resource Centre, UWS.

(2009) Gethin, A. Macgregor, B. Helping baby sleep. The science and practice of gentle night-time parenting. Berkeley, CA. : Ten Speed Press.

(2008) Argyle Research. NSW Alcohol and other drug non government sector: Workforce profile and issues. Surry Hills: NADA.

(2007) Gethin, A., Macgregor, B. Helping your baby to sleep: Why gentle techniques work best. Lane Cove: Finch Books.

(2007) WSROC, Gethin, A. Greater Western Sydney Urban Development Health Impact Assessment. Final Report. Health Impact Assessment of the Sydney Metropolitan Strategy (2005-) relation to Greater Western Sydney.

(2007) BMCC Community Outcomes Team, Gethin A., Blue Mountains Community Plan. (2007) Deakin, E and Gethin, A. Training Needs Assessment of NGO Alcohol and Drug Agencies in NSW.

(2007) Suhood, T., Flowers, R., Gethin, A. Bridges Strategy. Stage II. Final Report.

Young people and adults working together around drug issues in the Blacktown Local Government Area and beyond.Penrith: Blacktown Alcohol and other Drugs Family Services Inc.

(2006) WSAHS, Gethin, A. and Flowers, R. The Katoomba Program: An equity strategy to address the social determinants of health. Research and evaluation report. 2003-2006.

(2006) Gethin, A and Deakin, E. Mental Health Training Needs Assessment the NGO sector in NSW.

(2006) Gethin, A. "Love and a baby's brain: The parenting implications of infant neuroscience." paper, NSW College of Lactation Consultants Conference