Publications

Brad is a published peer-reviewed author. Below are the articles Brad has written and studies he has conducted.

Journal Articles 

  1. Leech, B, McIntyre, E, Steel, A, Sibbritt, D 2019 “Risk factors associated with intestinal permeability in an adult population: A systematic review”, The International Journal of Clinical Practice, In Press.
  2. Leech, B, Schloss, J, Steel, A 2019 “Treatment Interventions for the Management of Intestinal Permeability: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Complementary and Integrative Medicine Practitioners”, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, InPress. 
  3. Leech, B, Schloss, J, Steel, A 2018 “Association between increased intestinal permeability and disease: A systematic review”, Advances in Integrative Medicine. vol 6 (1), 23-34.
  4. Leech, B, Schloss, J, Steel, A 2018 “Investigation into complementary and integrative medicine practitioners’ clinical experience of intestinal permeability: A cross-sectional survey”, Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice. 31, 200-209.
  5. Leech, B, Schloss, J, Steel, A 2018 “Health services research as a framework for expanding a whole systems research agenda in complementary and integrative medicine: The example of intestinal permeability”, European Journal of Integrative Medicine. 17, 22-25. 
  6. Leech, B and Bayes, J 2018 “A synopsis of the 2018 International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health”, Australian Journal of Herbal and Naturopathic Medicine. vol 30 (4), 184-185.

Book Chapters

  1. Leech, B, Adams, A, Steel (2019) “Traditional Medicine and Traditional Birth Attendant Use During Pregnancy and Birthing in Low to Middle-Income Countries” in Adams, J “Public Health and Health Services Research in Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Health Care” Chapter 8, World Scientific.
  2. Adams, J, Peng W, Prior, J, Dunston, R, McIntyre E, Connon, I, Sibbritt, D, Broom, A, Davidson, P, Leech, B (2019) “Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine as Self-Care in Chronic Illness: A Focus Upon Stroke and Older Adults” in Adams, J “Public Health and Health Services Research in Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Health Care” Chapter 10, World Scientific.
  3. Roseen, E, Adams, J, Leech, B (2019) “Low Back Pain and Manual Therapies: Examining Care via Non-Conventional Approaches” in Adams, J “Public Health and Health Services Research in Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Health Care” Chapter 11, World Scientific.
  4. “Clinical Naturopathy: An Evidence-Based Guide to Practice” by Jerome Sarris and Jon Wardle

Conference Abstracts 

  1. Leech, B, Sibbritt, D, Steel, A, McIntyre E 2019 “(P108) Risk factors associated with intestinal permeability in an adult population: A systematic review”, Advances in Integrative Medicine. vol 6 (sup 1), ps90.
  2. Leech, B, Schloss, J, Steel, A 2018 ” (P107) Treatment interventions for the management of intestinal permeability: A cross-sectional survey of complementary and integrative medicine practitioners”, Advances in Integrative Medicine. vol 6 (sup 1), ps90.
  3. Leech, B, Sibbritt, D, Steel, A, McIntyre E 2019 “Risk factors associated with intestinal permeability in an adult population: A systematic review”, Australian Journal of Herbal and Naturopathic Medicine. vol 31 (1), p34.
  4. Leech, B, Schloss, J, Steel, A 2018 “Treatment interventions for the management of intestinal permeability: A cross-sectional survey of complementary and integrative medicine practitioners”, Australian Journal of Herbal and Naturopathic Medicine. vol 31 (1), p35.
  5. Leech, B, Schloss, J, Steel, A 2018 “(3408) Investigation Into Complementary Medicine Practitioners’ Clinical Experience of Intestinal Permeability: A Cross-sectional Survey”, Global Advances in Health and Medicine. vol 7, p142.

Thesis 

  1. Leech, Bradley Graeme & Endeavour College of Natural Health, (degree-granting institution.) 2017, Investigation into complementary and integrative medicine practitioners’ clinical experience of intestinal permeability