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Gay Community Periodic Survey: Queensland 2016

E Lee, L Mao, T Lea, L Johns, A Adair, G Williams, M Scott, P Watts, S O'Connor, M Warner, G Prestage, I Zablotska-Manos, J de Wit & M Holt
The Queensland Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited at a range of gay community sites around Queensland and online. 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 (STIs) among gay men.

Interventions to reduce stigma: A narrative review of the literature

MN Hopwood

‘Comfortable in my own skin’: Stigma, mental health and wellbeing among married men who have sex with men

MN 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.

Comparative Perspectives on Family Day Care: Structure, Regulation, and Research Gaps

M Blaxland & E Adamson
This project reviewed policy and research about family day care and home-based childcare in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. It examined the structure, funding and regulation of home-based child care and recent policy developments, investigating the implications for the accessibility, affordability and quality of early childhood education and care (ECEC) services. In addition, the project reflected on the relevance of international models for Australian family day care services.

Cantonese-speaking and Mandarin-speaking people with liver cancer in Australia: A report of two focus group discussions

MN Hopwood, M Robotin, M Porwal, D Nguyen, M Sze, J George & C Treloar

Data collection for Georges Bay, St. Helens, Tasmania

D.N. Foster, R.A. Cook & R.J. Cox
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 84/01

Wamberal beach terminal Protection structure - physical modelling study

I.L. Turner & E.D. Couriel
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 97/26

Hat Head Dune effluent disposal site - baseline groundwater monitoring

I. L. Turner & S.E. Pells
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2002/45

Evaluation of the Supported Decision Making Phase 2 (SDM2) project: Easy read report

A Perkins, A Meltzer & C Purcal
This is an Easy Read version of the following main report: Christiane Purcal, Trish Hill, Kelley Johnson and Rosemary Kayess (2017). Evaluation of the Supported Decision Making Phase 2 (SDM2) project: Final report (SPRC Report 14/17). Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney.

Researching Cultures in Science, Engineering and Technology: An analysis of current and past literature

B Bagilhole, A Powell, S Barnard & A Dainty
A research team at Loughborough University, led by Professor Barbara Bagilhole, has explored the existing literature on cultures in science, engineering and technology from a gendered perspective. The project aimed to establish better understanding of structures, processes and systems that form the cultures of SET within workplaces in order to understand continued vertical and horizontal segregation and gender inequality within these occupations. The aim of the project was to collate, review and put into a...

Evaluation of the Better Places Stronger Communities Project: Final Report

H Blunden, EY Liu & K valentine
This is the second of two evaluation reports on the Better Places, Stronger Communities (BPSC) Program, which is transferring the management of designated South Australian (SA) public housing dwellings to the community housing sector. The Social Policy Research Centre and City Futures Research Centre, both at UNSW Sydney, were commissioned by Housing SA to conduct a longitudinal evaluation of the BPSC Program, where the management of 1,100 public housing dwellings across two estates in Adelaide...

Improving post-release employment outcomes for people leaving prison: Results from a national survey of employment services

J Graffam, M Giles, JM Ollerton, D Newton, E Baldry, E Yeo & J Crosbie
Engaging in meaningful work can reduce ex-prisoners re-offending yet few prisoners in Australia or internationally gain employment after they are released. This report presents a summary of the findings from an online national survey sent to employment agencies around Australia that are most likely to provide services and supports for prisoners/offenders and ex-prisoners/ex-offenders.

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Adelaide 2016

PB Hull, T Lea, L Mao, D Jeffries, W Logue, H Calabretto, L Narciso, G Prestage, I Zablotska-Manos, J de Wit & M Holt
The Adelaide Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited at a range of gay community sites in Adelaide. 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 (STIs) among gay men. The most recent survey, the eleventh in South Australia, was conducted in November and December 2016 to...

Mallowa Creek surface flow: preliminary investigations

S.J. Wyllie
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2006/22

Technical review of the Semaphore Park trial breakwater, South Australia

J.T. Carley & A. Mariani
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2007/14

Moving data around: integrated research workflows for curating and publishing research

M Frances, S McEachern, D Bangert, C van Ham, J McDougall & L Betbeder-Matibet
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...

Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour 2017: Viral Hepatitis in Australia

J Bryant, J Rance, L Lafferty & C Treloar

Workforce Issues in Specialist Homelessness Services

N Cortis & M Blaxland

Analysis of shoreline variability, seasonality and erosion/accretion trends: February-July 2007 report 16 Northern Gold Coast coastal imaging system

M.J. Blacka, D.J. Anderson & I.L. Cunningham
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2007/34

Analysis of shoreline variability and erosion/accretion trends: December 2007- May 2008 report 8, Palm Beach coastal imaging system

M.J. Blacka, D.J. Anderson & L. Mallen Lopez
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2008/18

North Wonboyn NSW foreshore protection study

M. J. Blacka, A. Mariani & T. J. Carley
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2013/29

Expert opinion: stability of people, vehicles and buildings in flood water

G. P. Smith
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No.2015/11

Australia’s Aged Care Charities in 2015

N Cortis, A Powell & I Ramia
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...

Consumer Factsheet: The Effectiveness of Ceiling Hoists in Transferring People with Disability

Y-M Jung & C Bridge
This consumer factsheet aims to assist people in looking at the effectiveness of ceiling hoists and the benefits over other handling methods in lifting and transferring people with physical disabilities. This factsheet may assist with the decision-making of potential users in selecting a safe and effective transfer method. This factsheet was written from the evidence based research paper, "The Effectiveness of Ceiling Hoists in Transferring People with Disabilities," also available on the www.homemods.info website.

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