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General Practice Use of Near-patient Testing, Australia, 1994

Jonathan Cohen
Near-patient testing (NPT) is defined as 'an investigation performed by or on behalf of the treating doctor on-site, at the time of and for use during the consultation'. General practitioners and their patients, utilising this technology in Victoria, were surveyed by anonymous questionnaire to determine clinical usage, costs and attitudes associated with NPT. The study employed three questionnaires. The first questionnaire was the 'Practice questionnaire' which requested information on demography, clinical usage, equipment costs and...

Use of Patient Education Materials in General Practice: Suitability and use for older patients, 2000

Margaret Steinberg, Leigh Tooth, Michele Clark, David King, Fred DeLooze & Kryss McKenna
The aims of this study were twofold. Firstly, to determine the extent and pattern of use of Patient Education Materials (PEMs) by General Practioners (GPs) with their older patients, and secondly older people's perceptions of and saftisfaction with the PEMs provided by GPs. In achieving the aims the study sampled two populations, GPs and older patients. Variables for the GPs data include practice details; use of PEMs; type of PEMs used; when and where the...

Drug use among Hobart secondary school students, 1971 -, 1982

Ian C. Lewis, Kent Rayner, Robrt Howell & A. Scott Henderson
Three similar surveys were conducted over an eleven year period in order to observe trends over time in licit drug use and its behavioural correlates among secondary school students. Information was collected on health, self-concept and medications. This included dieting and the use of vitamins, analgesics, alcohol and tobacco. Background variables included school, grade, age, sex, father's occupation, place of residence and position in family.

Negotiating the Life Course, 2010

Peter McDonald, Ann Evans, Janeen Baxter, Deborah Mitchell & Jennifer Baxter
Negotiating the Life Course is designed to study the changing life courses and decision-making processes of Australian men and women as the family and society move from male breadwinner orientation, in the direction of higher levels of gender equity. This fifth wave was conducted in 2010. Variables across the waves include relationship and fertility histories, household work, child care arrangements, future objectives, attitudes to work, promotion, children and relationships. Background variables across the waves include...

Giving Australia 2016: Small and Medium Enterprise Giving

Wendy Scaife, Wayne Burns, Sophie Wang & Daniel Arias
Giving Australia 2016 collected comprehensive information from individuals, charitable organisations, philanthropists and businesses in Australia about their giving and volunteering behaviours, attitudes and trends. This study built on information gathered through Giving Australia 2005. This data deposit includes the anonymised Giving Australia 2016 SME giving survey data. Along with the interviews and focus groups, the survey contributed to answering the following research questions: How are giving and volunteering behaviours changing over time including the use...

Giving Australia 2016: Individual Giving and Volunteering

Wendy Scaife, Myles McGregor-Lowndes, Marie Balczun & Denise Conroy
Giving Australia 2016 collected comprehensive information from individuals, charitable organisations, philanthropists and businesses in Australia about their giving and volunteering behaviours, attitudes and trends. This study built on information gathered through Giving Australia 2005. This data deposit includes the anonymised Giving Australia 2016 Individual giving and volunteering survey data, which focused on the motivations and behaviours around individuals’ giving and volunteering practices. Along with the interviews and focus groups, the survey contributed to answering the...

Health and health problems among Sydney adolescents, 1981:

Simon Clarke & Nicola Weston
This survey was designed to assess the perceived health needs of adolescents in the Western Metropolitan region of Sydney. Information was obtained concerning their health, developmental problems and use of health care facilities. Details of alcohol use, smoking and the use of other medications were also collected. Background variables included age, sex, ethnic background, parent's occupations, position in the family and life events.

Trials on indictment for bigamy 1855-1942

Mark Finnane
Trials on indictment for offence of bigamy, Victorian Supreme Court 1855-1942.

Victorian Female Prisoners 1860-1934

Alana Piper & Mark Finnane
Female Prisoners discharged from Victorian Prisons 1860-1934. The data includes name, offence, sentence, trial date, discharge date, conviction history and some prisoner attributes including religion, literacy, place and year of birth and ship of arrival in Australia

Survey of Retirement Village Residents and Managers, 2000

Robert J. Stimson & G. Earl
The Survey of Retirement Village Residents and Mangers was conducted to investigate potential roles for the retirement village industry in providing appropriate and affordable housing for an ageing Australian Society. The first survey (the Independent Residents Survey) covered those residents living in independent units with in retirement villages. The second survey (the General Managers Survey) was completed by managers of retirement villages. Residents were asked questions relating to characteristics of their previous residence, (such as...

Survey of the Afghan People

The Asia Foundation
Afghanistan in 2019: A Survey of the Afghan People is The Asia Foundation’s fourteenth annual public opinion survey in Afghanistan. Now on its fourteenth edition, the Survey has gathered the views of more than 112,000 Afghans since 2004 on security, elections, governance, the economy, essential services, corruption, youth issues, reconciliation with the Taliban, access to media, migration, the role of women, and political participation. Unique in its broad scope and long duration, the Survey tracks...

The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems Survey (Australia), 2019

Ian McAllister, Clive Bean, Rachel Gibson, Toni Makkai, Sarah Cameron & Jill Sheppard
The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) is a collaborative program of research among election study teams from around the world, where participating countries include questions after national elections. Established in 1996, the CSES has conducted five waves of data collection, with the fifth due to be completed in 2022. Australia has been part of all five waves. This survey fields module 5 of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. In addition, the survey also...

Western Australia Criminal Trials 1830-1861

Mark Finnane
Criminal Trials at Quarter Sessions, Western Australia 1830-1861. Prior to the establishment of the Supreme Court in 1861 all criminal trials were at Quarter Sessions from 1830. Data taken from Prosecution Project collection of Western Australia Supreme Court trials. Data includes name, sex, offence, verdict, sentence, trial judge, trial date, and links to press reports in Trove (NLA) database of digitised newspapers

New zealand voting survey, post-election, 1981

Clive Bean, Robert Chapman, John Prince, Jack Vowles, Nigel Roberts, Theodore Anagnoson, James Lamare & Antony Wood
The study aimed to investigate the political attitudes of New Zealand voters with regard to both the 1981 general election and the wider context of general New Zealand politics. The survey was designed to provide data for comparative research with Australia. Topics investigated were voting behaviour; party identification; past voting behaviour; interest in politics; ideological self-placement; satisfaction with government and politics; thermometer ratings of leaders, parties and local candidates; attitude to political leaders; membership of...

Attitudes to the super powers, seven countries, 1972

This survey, commissioned by the United States International Communications Agency, documents the opinions of respondents in seven countries, Britain, France, Japan, Manila, Australia, West Germany and Italy, to foreign affairs issues in 1972 immediately following Nixon's trip to China. Details of data collection procedures and agencies in overseas countries are not available. Topics include: present and future ratings of major world powers; peace achievements of major world powers; general opinions on Russia , United States...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia 1975-1981: six-monthly detailed tables: File a77

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a six-monthly basis, in matrix format, from the beginning of 1975 to the end of 1981, and relates to the number of...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia 1975-1981: six-monthly detailed tables: File a76

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a six-monthly basis, in matrix format, from the beginning of 1975 to the end of 1981, and relates to the number of...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia 1975-1981: six-monthly detailed tables: File b80

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a six-monthly basis, in matrix format, from the beginning of 1975 to the end of 1981, and relates to the number of...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File a85

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File a89

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File b83

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File b87

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File b88

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File b91

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, 1980 - 1994: unit record data: File b94

Statistics of overseas arrivals in, and departures from, Australia are collected by means of the Incoming and Outgoing Passenger cards completed by all travellers. As well as being used for statistical purposes, the information collected is used by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs for administrative purposes. Data is made available on a quarterly basis from the first quarter of 1980, and relates to the number of movements in a specified time, rather than...

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