ASELCC Research Synthesis ReportS Gendera & I Katz
Australian Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the National Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) InterviewsA Peacock, T Karlsson, J Uporova, D Gibbs, R Swanton, G Kelly, O Price, R Bruno, P Dietze, S Lenton, C Salom, L Degenhardt & M Farrell
Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour 2019: HIV and STIs in AustraliaL Mao, M Holt, C Newman & C Treloar
Stories of educational engagement among young people with complex families: A snapshot from the Stories of Resourcing and Resourcefulness projectM Blaxland, J Skattebol, C Thomson, M Hamilton & K valentine
Human Rights protection frameworks for people being treated involuntarily for a mental illness: Literature reviewS Gendera, G Giuntoli, KR Fisher & R Kayess
Evaluation of the Keeping Women Safe – Private Rental InitiativeH Blunden, K valentine & P Jops
Australian Charities Report 2014N Cortis, I Lee, A Powell, R Simnett & R Reeve
The Australian Charities Report 2014 is the first analysis of its kind, revealing previously unknown facts about the finances and sustainability of Australia’s charity sector. Produced by the Centre for Social Impact in partnership with the Social Policy Research Centre at the University of New South Wales, the report analyses data submitted through the 2014 Annual Information Statement from almost 38 000 charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission.
Australian Charities Report 2015N Cortis, A Young, A Powell, R Reeve, K Ho & I Ramia
This report is the most comprehensive record to date of Australia’s charity sector. It profiles over 51,000 individual charities, a larger group than were profiled in previous Australian Charities Reports. The report also provides estimates of change from 2014 to 2015 and new indicators of charity sustainability.
Working in new disability markets: A survey of Australia's disability workforceN Cortis & G Van Toorn
This report provides information about the workforce delivering disability services and supports in the context of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in early 2020. The information comes from a national survey of disability workers (n=2341) which was designed to capture information from disability workers about the nature of their work and how it is changing, their experiences of working to support people with disability, and perceptions of the NDIS. The results provide comprehensive, contemporary...
Methamphetamine use in Tasmania: Key indicators 2019C Sharman & R Bruno
The Navigator: Your guide to leadership for social purposeA Walker, T Wilcox, A Powell & K Muir
Drug driving laws in Australia: What are they and why do they matter?V Moxham-Hall & C Hughes
Stories of housing and home: A snapshot from the Stories of Resourcing and Resourcefulness projectC Thomson, M Blaxland, J Skattebol, M Hamilton & K valentine
Aftercare: Stories of resourcefulnessJ Skattebol, M Hamilton, C Thomson, M Blaxland, K valentine & S MacAndrew
Critical experiences: Peer review in online consumer health communicationsM Frances
OBJECTIVE There is much literature questioning the reliability and validity of internet-based information relating to health, including calls for an analysis of gaps between evidence-based medicine and health information on the internet. The literature spans various disciplines including public health, information studies and sociology of health. While some of the literature relates to specific illnesses, health conditions or social groups, there are gaps in understanding what people who seek online health information are actually doing...
A peaceful mind: Vietnamese-Australians with liver cancer (Interview report)MN Hopwood, M Robotin, M Porwal, D Nguyen, M Sze, J George & C Treloar
Alternatives to Income ManagementK Parsons, I Katz, M Macvean, S Spada-Rinaldis & F Shackleton
The experiences of Irregular Maritime Arrivals detained in immigration detention facilities: Final report for the Australian Government Department of Immigration and CitizenshipI Katz, A Powell, S Gendera, T Deasy & E Okerstrom
Demolishing gender structuresN Galea, Rogan, A Powell, M Loosemore & L Chappell
Gay Community Periodic Survey: Queensland 2019T Broady, C Chan, B Bavinton, L Mao, S Cripps, S Staunton, A Adair, L Coffey, G Prestage & M Holt
It’s Your Love Life: a new periodic survey on sexual health among young people in NSWPC Adam, M Schippers, H Schmidt, K Modderman, C Slattery, J Estoesta, C Murray, G Hearnshaw, D Murphy & J de Wit
Between December 2015 and March 2016, the ‘It’s Your Love Life’ periodic survey recruited 2,120 heterosexually-identified young people aged 15–29 years and living in New South Wales. The data collected through the survey contributes new knowledge on the attitudes and practices of heterosexual young people and their exposure to sexual health promotion initiatives.
Gay Community Periodic Survey: Sydney 2017PB Hull, L Mao, T Lea, E Lee, J Kolstee, T Duck, L Feeney, G Prestage, I Zablotska-Manos, J de Wit & M Holt
The Sydney Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited at a range of gay community sites in Sydney. Since 1996 the project has been funded by the NSW Ministry of Health and supported by ACON and Positive Life NSW. The major aim of the survey is to provide data on sexual, drug use and testing practices related to the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmissible infections...
Implementation of the NDIS in the early childhood intervention sector in NSW: Report 1C Purcal, A Meltzer, T Hill & KR Fisher
Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) NSW/ACT commissioned the Social Policy Research Centre to conduct research into the experiences of families and ECI service providers in the transition to the NDIS in New South Wales (NSW). Earlier research canvassed the relevant early intervention literature and good practices in the context of the NDIS (Meltzer et al 2016a). The research is a two time-point study with surveys, interviews and case studies. This report provides an analysis of...