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    • Faces beyond the Greek café: the traditional diversity of Greek-Australian occupational pursuits, 1820s–2010 

      Janiszewski, Leonard; Alexakis, Effy (Flinders University Department of Language Studies - Modern Greek, 2013-06)
      From the late nineteenth century until the closing decades of the twentieth century, Greeks played a large part in Australia’s food catering industry. They continued, nevertheless, to enter a wide variety of occupations. ...
    • Facilitating access to evidence: Primary Health Care Search Filter 

      Brown, Lynsey; Carne, Amanda; Bywood, Petra Teresia; McIntyre, Ellen; Damarell, Raechel; Tieman, Jennifer; Lawrence, Mikaela (2014)
      Background: The evidence base developed by, and relevant to, primary health care (PHC) is rapidly increasing. With the wealth of literature available, searchers trying to find PHC-specific citations can feel overwhelmed. Objectives: ...
    • Fact Sheet: Collaborative partnerships in research 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Jackson-Bowers, Eleanor; Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment; Beacham, Barbara Denise; Raven, Melissa (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Collaborative partnerships between researchers, practitioners, decision makers, consumers and community members can strengthen research. They can enhance the relevance of research questions, ensure that the research methods ...
    • Fact Sheet: Conducting effective skill building workshops 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Reibel, Tracy; Aylward, Philip Edmund; Schultz, Denise; Schroeder, Jacque; Lau, Phyllis; Baird, Olivia; Hagger, Christina (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Workshops that build both research and clinical skills are popular learning events in primary health care. They are cost effective compared with individual training activities and provide a means of connecting the material ...
    • Fact Sheet: Conference works: getting the most out of conferences 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Cornish, Sheri; Hawkins, Fiona; Nisbet, Sarah; Baird, Olivia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Conferences provide the opportunity to keep up with new developments, present ideas, meet people who inspire you to think or work differently, foster communication and form new relationships (Collins, 2000). In this fact ...
    • Fact Sheet: Design posters for maximum impact 

      Lowcay, Belinda Leigh; McIntyre, Ellen; Lunnay, Belinda Kate; Erny-Albrecht, Katrina (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Do you want your research or program evidence to effect changes to policy and practice? How can you use posters to communicate your key messages to those who matter? How can you maximise the impact of your poster and/or ...
    • Fact Sheet: Maximising the influence of your research on policy 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Jackson-Bowers, Eleanor; Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment; Hagger, Christina (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Researchers and policy makers contribute different skills, knowledge and perspectives to the policy making process. Sustained, constructive communication between these groups supports the development of evidence informed ...
    • Fact Sheet: Mentoring matters 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Mills, Jennifer S; Brown, Lynsey (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Mentoring is a process involving communication and relationships. It is the basis for the informal exchange of knowledge, information and support between a person who has these attributes and a person who needs them. This ...
    • Fact Sheet: Multimedia conference presentations 

      Nisbet, Sarah; Hordacre, Ann-Louise; Keane, Miriam; Lowcay, Belinda Leigh; Magarey, Anne; McIntyre, Ellen; Osman, Elizabeth; Ried, Karin; Drake, Peter; Jackson-Bowers, Eleanor; Brown, Lynsey; Baird, Olivia (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Designing a great multimedia presentation is an art in itself. We have put together a few guidelines you might like to keep in mind when you are creating your next presentation. You will find the following tips most relevant ...
    • Fact Sheet: Oral presentations: preparation and delivery 

      Nisbet, Sarah; Hordacre, Ann-Louise; Keane, Miriam; Lowcay, Belinda Leigh; Magarey, Anne; Martus, Belinda; McIntyre, Ellen; Osman, Elizabeth; Ried, Karin; Drake, Peter; Jackson-Bowers, Eleanor; Carne, Amanda (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Presentations can be positive experiences. There are a few things you can do to ease the strain to ensure that your presentation runs smoothly. This resource has been prepared to assist you with the planning and delivery ...
    • Fact Sheet: Primary Health Care Matters 

      Lunnay, Belinda Kate; McIntyre, Ellen; Oliver-Baxter, Jodie (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      This Fact Sheet includes definitions, position statements and suggested reading about primary health care (PHC) as well as outlining the differences between comprehensive and selected PHC. And as a hard copy it can be ...
    • Fact Sheet: Publishing in peer review journals: criteria for success 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Nisbet, Sarah; Magarey, Anne; Keane, Miriam; Roeger, Simon Leigh; Erny-Albrecht, Katrina (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      Publishing in peer review papers facilitates knowledge sharing, thereby enabling individuals and organisations to contribute to the body of evidence on best practice. The following criteria have been developed to increase ...
    • Fact Sheet: Writing great abstracts 

      McIntyre, Ellen; Katterl, Rachel; Anikeeva, Olga; Brown, Lynsey; Raven, Melissa (Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHCRIS), 2014)
      An abstract is a short piece of writing that presents the essential elements of a larger work in a powerful manner. If you are having trouble writing them and need guidance, or want to improve your abstracts writing skills ...
    • Fact Versus Fiction. Researching Ethnic Groups in Australia 

      Kanarakis, George (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 1997)
      While there is a general perception regarding research of a purely scientific nature (as in the fields of medicine, chemistry, nuclear physics, etc.), in that it is understood to involve the collection of data through ...
    • Families empowered: a strengths based approach. An evaluation of FEAT, Families Empowered to Act Together. 

      Lawless, Angela Patricia; Biedrzycki, Katherine Rebecca; Hurley, Catherine Jane (South Australian Community Health Research Unit, 2008)
      The South Australian Community Health Research Unit undertook an evaluation of the FEAT program to track the progress of a number of families through the Families Empowered to Act Together (FEAT) program and capture the ...
    • Family involvement in behaviour management following acquired brain injury (ABI) in community settings: A systematic review 

      Fisher, Alinka; Lennon, Sheila; Bellon, Michelle Lisa; Lawn, Sharon Joy (Taylor and Francis, 2015-03-31)
      Objectives: To examine family involvement in the management of behavioural problems following ABI in the community. Research Design: Systematic literature review. Methods: Six electronic databases relevant to the field of ...
    • The feasibility of determining the impact of primary health care research projects using the Payback Framework 

      Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment; Jackson-Bowers, Eleanor; McIntyre, Ellen; Reed, Richard Lewis (BioMed Central Ltd, 2009)
      Background Primary health care research is under pressure to be accountable to funders in terms of benefits for practice and policy. However, methods to assess the impact of primary health care research must be appropriate ...
    • FIFO and Global Production Networks: Exploring the Issues 

      Rainnie, A; Fitzgerald, S; Ellem, B; Goods, C (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2014)
      "In this introductory article, we provide a context for subsequent articles in this special edition. We do not intend to provide a comprehensive overview of the costs and benefits of FIFO. This ground is covered in other ...
    • The FIFO Experience: A Gladstone Case Study 

      Cameron, R; Lewis, J; Pfeiffer, L (National Institute of Labour Studies, 2014)
      "The aim of this article is to explore the historic and contemporary use of nonresident workers (NRWs) in the Gladstone region, how this has contributed to the region’s development, and the economic and social impacts of ...