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Gardening can relieve human stress and boost nature connection during the COVID-19 pandemic
M Egerer, B Lin, J Kingsley, P Marsh, L Diekmann, A Ossola
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 68, 127483, 2022
852022
Urban agriculture as a nature-based solution to address socio-ecological challenges in Australian cities
J Kingsley, M Egerer, S Nuttman, L Keniger, P Pettitt, N Frantzeskaki, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 60, 127059, 2021
792021
Green spaces, dementia and a meaningful life in the community: A mixed studies review
NJ Mmako, H Courtney-Pratt, P Marsh
Health & Place 63, 102344, 2020
562020
City-size bias in knowledge on the effects of urban nature on people and biodiversity
D Kendal, M Egerer, JA Byrne, PJ Jones, P Marsh, CG Threlfall, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (12), 124035, 2020
552020
End-of-life care in a community garden: findings from a participatory action research project in regional Australia
P Marsh, G Gartrell, G Egg, A Nolan, M Cross
Health & Place 45, 110-116, 2017
552017
Where birds felt louder: The garden as a refuge during COVID-19
P Marsh, LO Diekmann, M Egerer, B Lin, A Ossola, J Kingsley
Wellbeing, Space and Society 2, 100055, 2021
522021
Dignity of risk in the community: a review of and reflections on the literature
P Marsh, L Kelly
Health, Risk & Society 20 (5-6), 297-311, 2018
482018
The impact of stapling technique and surgeon specialism on anastomotic failure after right‐sided colorectal resection: an international multicentre, prospective audit
2015 European Society of Coloproctology Collaborating Group, ...
Colorectal disease 20 (11), 1028-1040, 2018
422018
COVID‐19 gardening could herald a greener, healthier future
BB Lin, MH Egerer, J Kingsley, P Marsh, L Diekmann, A Ossola
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19 (9), 491, 2021
352021
The landscape of dementia inclusivity
P Marsh, H Courtney-Pratt, M Campbell
Health & Place 52, 174-179, 2018
312018
Experiences of gardening during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic
J Kingsley, L Diekmann, MH Egerer, BB Lin, A Ossola, P Marsh
Health & place 76, 102854, 2022
232022
‘It’s not therapy, it’s gardening’: community gardens as sites of comprehensive primary healthcare
P Marsh, S Brennan, M Vandenberg
Australian Journal of Primary Health 24 (4), 337-342, 2018
222018
‘I used to be a gardener’: Connecting aged care residents to gardening and to each other through communal garden sites
H Fielder, P Marsh
Australasian Journal on Ageing 40 (1), e29-e36, 2021
182021
Community gardens as sites of solace and end-of-life support: a literature review
P Marsh, A Spinaze
International journal of palliative nursing 22 (5), 214-219, 2016
172016
Trust, connection and equity: Can understanding context help to establish successful campus community gardens?
P Marsh, S Mallick, E Flies, P Jones, S Pearson, I Koolhof, J Byrne, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (20), 7476, 2020
152020
A systematic review and quality appraisal of bereavement care practice guidelines
K Kent, B Jessup, P Marsh, T Barnett, M Ball
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 26 (3), 852-862, 2020
102020
A mountain of health benefits? Impacts of ecological restoration activities on human wellbeing
P Marsh, S Auckland, T Dudley, D Kendal, E Flies
Wellbeing, Space and Society 4, 100132, 2023
92023
Tracing memories and meanings of festival landscapes during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Katczynski, E Stratford, P Marsh
Emotion, Space and Society 44, 100903, 2022
92022
Living, loving, dying: Insights into rural compassion
P Marsh, S Thompson, J Mond
Australian journal of rural health 27 (4), 328-335, 2019
92019
Implementing an outreach headspace mental health service to increase access for disadvantaged and rural youth in Southern Tasmania
H Bridgman, M Ashby, C Sargent, P Marsh, T Barnett
Australian journal of rural health 27 (5), 444-447, 2019
82019
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