Australia’s aged care industry supports over 1.3 million older people, and is growing rapidly. Within the industry, charities are significant participants, contributing to the wellbeing, health and independence of older people and their families. This report provides in-depth analysis of Australia’s 1465 ‘aged care charities’, defined as charities which were registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) in 2015 and which reported aged care activities as their main activity. It profiles their charitable...
An investigation of the potential ecological impacts of freshwater extraction from the Richmond River tidal poolW. L. Peirson, K. Bishop, M. J. Chadwick & R. Nittim
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 99/51
‘Comfortable in my own skin’: Stigma, mental health and wellbeing among married men who have sex with menMN Hopwood, C Treloar & J de Wit
This study aimed to explore the experience of married men who have sex with men (MMSM) in managing their sexual identity in everyday life and their experience of stigma, depression and anxiety. In-depth, semi-structured telephone interviews with 16 MMSM from Queensland, NewSouth Wales (NSW), Victoria and Tasmania were conducted between September 2015 and October 2016. Interviews were audio-recorded and data were thematically analysed.
Anna Bay drainage study - reducing acid water impacts via water control structures and tidal restorationW.C. Glamore & C.D. Wasko
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2009/12
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2005/34
The presentation draws on a use case from political science to demonstrate integrated scholarly processes for curating and publishing data. Curation activities are distributed across institutional and national repositories, archives, registries and websites. In workflows which prioritise existing research practice and disciplinary standards, researchers provide structured metadata to the Australian Data Archive (ADA) using a template based on the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI). These metadata are mapped to RDF and RIF-CS standards and sent to...
NSW Aboriginal Affairs commissioned the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC), UNSW Sydney, to evaluate the Three Rivers Regional Assembly (TRRA) Accord negotiation operating as part of OCHRE – Opportunity, Choice, Healing, Responsibility, Empowerment – the community-focussed plan for Aboriginal Peoples in NSW. The key aim of the TRRA Local Decision Making evaluation was to assess whether the Accords negotiations were implemented as intended and what can be done to improve outcomes from similar negotiations in...