### NDIS Peer Support Practice Review: Stage 4 Report

A Wehbe, K Fisher & C Purcal

### Western Australian Drug Trends 2016: Findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS)

James Fetherston & Simon Lenton
Australian Drug Trends Series No. 169

### Health impacts of marriage equality & marriage denial on the health of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual people: Evidence Review & Annotated Bibliography

J Kolstee & M Hopwood

### New South Wales Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) Interviews

R Swanton, D Gibbs & A Peacock

### Recent use of ‘capsules contents unknown’ among a sample of people who frequently use ecstasy and other illicit stimulants in Australia

G Kelly, R Bruno & A Peacock

### A Knowledge Exchange Network for Australian and Indian Smart Cities

S Praharaj & SG Hawken
Globally smart cities have generated significant interest and momentum. The Australian Government has recently launched a $50 million Smart Cities and Suburbs Program aiming to create innovative urban technology solutions. At the same time, the Government of India has embarked on a large scale 100 Smart Cities Mission totalling investment of$15 billion. This report Identifies the common ground between the Australian and Indian Smart City Policy and lists key opportunities for Australian businesses and...

### Diagnosing the VAT compliance burden: A cross country comparison

R Highfield, C Evans, B Tran-Nam & M Walpole
This report sets out the findings of an extended study designed to test a diagnostic tool that has been developed for use in comparative cross-country assessments of the VAT compliance burden and its main drivers. It is based on data gathered from surveys conducted in the 47 member countries of the Forum on Tax Administration (FTA) that administer a Value Added Tax (VAT) or Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime.

### Magnetic and hyperfine studies of synthetic, natural and meteoritic Fe-based olivines

Nancy Elewa
The mineral olivine is abundant on Earth in a wide range of mafic igneous rocks. For this reason and because of its practical uses, it is important to understand its structural and magnetic properties. Although many studies have provided abundant data on olivines at room temperature and above, there is still relatively little information on olivine magnetic properties and crystal structure at low temperatures. Hence, this dissertation is devoted to the study of the crystal...

### Australian Capital Territory Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) Interviews

J Uporova & A Peacock

### New South Wales Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) Interviews

R Swanton, D Gibbs & A Peacock

### Evolutionary Algorithms for Resource Constrained Project Scheduling

Ismail Ali
Resource constrained project scheduling problems (RCPSPs) are well-known NP hard combinatorial problems. Due to the drawbacks of existing solution approaches, many researchers have proposed different evolutionary algorithms (EAs) for solving them. Although EAs are able to achieve near-optimal solutions, they cannot guarantee optimality and, in fact, no single EA has consistently been able to solve all types of problems. This has led to the emergence of hybrid methods which have shown good performances but their...

### \"Out\" on the reef: 10 years on a study of the experiences of gay men in Cairns, 2010

I Down & G Prestage

### Methamphetamine use, forms, and routes of administration among people who regularly consume drugs in Adelaide, South Australia

A Karlsson & A Peacock

### Talking to young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds about sexual and reproductive health: what have we learned and where do we go from here?

J Botfield, A Zwi, C Newman, A Rutherford, C Ooi, M Kang, M Smith, D Bateson, C Carmody, B Crozier & K Bennett
Australia today comprises a rich diversity of cultures, ethnicities and languages, with people from different backgrounds coming into the country under a range of circumstances. It is widely recognised that sexual and reproductive health, although essential to broader health and wellbeing, are particularly sensitive issues in many cultures especially but not only in relation to the lives of young people. These young people from diverse cultural backgrounds in Australia, including migrants, refugees and international students,...

### Western Australian Drug Trends 2018: Key findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) interviews

James Fetherston, Jodie Grigg & Simon Lenton

### NDIS Peer Support Final Report

A Wehbe, L Davy, K Fisher, S Robinson, R Kayess & C Purcal

### West Australian Trends in Ecstasy and Related Drug Markets 2016: Findings from the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS)

Marina Nelson & Simon Lenton
Australian Drug Trends Series No. 178

### Australian Drug Trends 2019: Key findings from the National Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS) Interviews

A Peacock, J Uporova, T Karlsson, D Gibbs, R Swanton, G Kelly, O Price, R Bruno, P Dietze, S Lenton, C Salom, L Degenhardt & M Farrell

### Hepatitis B-related stigma among Chinese Australians living in Sydney (Summary report)

M Hopwood & C Treloar

### DPMP Bulletin No.28 Australian music festival attendees: A national overview of demographics, drug use patterns, policing experiences and helpseeking behaviour

C Hughes, M Barratt, J Ferris & A Winstock

A.P. Micolich

T Hill & I Katz

### Gay Community Periodic Survey: Tasmania 2018

T Broady, L Mao, E Lee, B Bavinton, F Howes, C Brown, L Owen, G Prestage & M Holt
The Tasmania Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited online throughout Tasmania. 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 third to be conducted in Tasmania, was conducted in November 2018.

### The influence of active versus passive exploration of the built environment on way-finding and visual memory

Aida Eslami Afrooz
The central aim of this thesis was to demonstrate how changes in travel type (i.e. active and passive exploration of the built environment) influence the way-finding process corresponding to visual memory, cognitive maps, and visual cues. Previous research shows that travel type influences cognitive mapping processes. However, little is known about the effect of travel type on the encoding of visual memory in a way-finding process. This focus, which is a very important part of...

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