Flint, J., Lee, J., & McIntosh, J. E. (2017, November). e-screening: Connecting the dots on risks to family wellbeing. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Family Relationships Services Australia Melbourne, Australia. Download

Lee, J. (2016). Are we actually doing more for families affected by family and domestic violence? Child and Family Communities Australia. Retrieved from https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/2016/03/02/are-we-actually-doing-more-families-affected-family-and-domestic-violenceDownload

Lee, J. & Ralfs, C. (2015, December). Truthful, beneficial and respectful: A survey of client attitudes to universal screening for safety risks in families. Poster presented at the Stop Domestic Violence Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association, Canberra, Australia. Download

Lee, J. & Ralfs, C. (2016, February). If you ask, clients will tell you: The case for universal and holistic screening in family relationships services. Poster presented at the Inaugural National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children, Melbourne, Australia. Download

McIntosh, J.E. & Lee, J. (2015, December). ‘The Value of Universal Screening After Parental Separation’ . Paper presented at the Stop Domestic Violence Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association, Canberra, Australia.

McIntosh, J. E., Lee, J., & Ralfs, C.R. (2016). The Family Law DOORS: Research and practice updates. Family Matters, 98, 34-41. Download

McIntosh, J. E., Wells, Y., & Lee, J. (2016). Development and Validation of the Family Law DOORS. Psychological Assessment, 28(11), 1516-1522. dx.doi.org/10.1037/pas0000277

Wells, Y., Lee, J., Li, X., Tan, E. S., & McIntosh, J. E. (2018). Re-examination of the Family Law Detection of Overall Risk Screen (FL-DOORS): Establishing fitness for purpose. Psychological Assessment, 30(8), 1121-1126. doi:10.1037/pas0000581