116 Works

Rapid qualitative assessment of COVID-19 health needs in the western Sydney Campbelltown Aboriginal community

M Blaxland & J Bryant

A Cost Assessment of the NSW Involuntary Drug and Alcohol Treatment (IDAT) Program

T Vuong, M Shanahan, O Sotade & A Ritter

An evaluation of outcomes in the NSW Involuntary Drug and Alcohol Treatment (IDAT) Program

T Vuong, O Sotade, K Beadman & A Ritter

River-tide interaction model

Md Wasif E Elahi
River-tide interaction in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Delta

Increasing trends in self-reported use of nitrous oxide among WA EDRS samples

J Grigg & S Lenton

Western Australia Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) Interviews

J Grigg & S Lenton

Iterative aesthetics: computer-mediated interactive artmaking

Keir Blake Charles Winesmith
This dissertation poses and seeks to answer the following question: what are the research processes used by computer technologists to examine the nature of human computer interaction; which processes are used by artists in the creation and experience of interactive artworks; and above all, how might these two research communities most fruitfully engage in interdisciplinary collaboration in order to learn from each other and to generate better outcomes? These questions are examined, first, through a...

Dissolution and Departure

Ainslie Murray
Dissolution and Departure is a spatial meditation on the weight of architecture. A minimal space for the body to navigate is formed with lightweight materials; air and light penetrate the space and begin to dissolve it. A fragmented language of movement and gesture is embodied in the dissolving spatial surfaces, ritualistically writing and rewriting the presence of the body in space. The body inhabits an immersive, liquid space; an architecture is created that might float...

Evaluation of ACON’s community-based a[TEST] HIV and STI testing services, 2015-2019

C Chan, P Patel, K Johnson, M Vaughan, K Price, A McNulty, D Templeton, P Read, P Cunningham & B Bavinton

Engagement in harm reduction behaviours among a sample of people from Canberra, ACT who use ecstasy and related drugs

J Uporova & A Peacock

National Disability Insurance Scheme: People who self manage their NDIS plan

M Blaxland, K Fisher, C Purcal, S Robinson, QF Frances, M Pearson Gotting & R Kayess

2019 It’s Your Love Life periodic survey on sexual health among young heterosexually-identified people in NSW: end project report

P Adam, I Ketsuwan, M Janssen, C Slattery & JBF de Wit

Housing: Stories of resourcefulness

J Skattebol, M Hamilton, C Thomson, M Blaxland & S MacAndrew

Viability of an Early Warning System (ViEWS) study: Final report

A Peacock, M Farrell, C Muscat & L Degenhardt

Queensland Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) Interviews

Leith Morris, Tayla Barber, Catherine Daly & Caroline Salom
Australian Drug Trends

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Perth 2019

T Broady, C Chan, B Bavinton, L Mao, R Sackville-Podmore, M Pierce, R Lobo, S Churcher, L Bastian, G Prestage & M Holt

Northern Territory Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) Interviews

Chris Moon
Australian Drug Trends

Western Australia Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) Interviews

S Agramunt, J Grigg & S Lenton

A high-resolution (750m) free-running hydrodynamic simulation of the Hawkesbury Shelf region off Southeastern Australia (2012-2013) using the Regional Ocean Modeling System

Moninya Roughan, Colette Kerry, Nina Ribbat, Brian Powell & Shivanesh Rao
The model output is obtained from a configuration of the Regional Ocean Modeling System (www.myroms.org) free-running, hydrodynamic simulation of the Hawkesbury Shelf region of the East Australian Current System. The model has a horizontal resolution of 750m and 30 vertical s-levels. The model domain covers the continental shelf region of southeastern Australia from 31.5S- 34.5S extending ~150km offshore, and the grid is orientated 27 degrees clockwise to be predominantly orientated alongshore. The time period covered...

Impacts of COVID-19 and associated restrictions on people who use illicit stimulants in Australia: Preliminary findings from the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System 2020

A Peacock, O Price, P Dietze, R Bruno, C Salom, S Lenton, R Swanton, J Uporova, A Karlsson, R Chan, D Gibbs, J Grigg, C Daly, C Hall, T Wilson, L Degenhardt & M Farrell

Recent use of nitrous oxide among people who regularly use ecstasy in Adelaide, South Australia, 2003-2019

A Karlsson & A Peacock

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