Torrens University Australia
The motivations of stakeholders when developing university industry collaborations in an Australian university: three case studies
With a focus on the disciplines of design, health and business, this study provides real-world insight into influencing the development of university/industry collaborations enhancing the student experience, and potentially impacting employability after graduation.
Understanding unmet care needs of rural older adults with chronic health conditions: a qualitative study
This qualitative study sought the views of both rural older people and healthcare professionals, to understand health needs, barriers and enablers of accessing health services, with a focus on chronic health conditions.
Allied health workforce development for participant-led services: structures for student placements in the National Disability Insurance Scheme
This study explored shifting understandings and practices related to allied health student placements during the implementation of a participant-led funding model within the Australian disability sector: the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Coping strategies for work and cultural stressors in multicultural construction workplaces: a study in Australia
This study may contribute to the existing body of work by uncovering the moderating role of positive coping strategies and providing targeted and effective coping strategies in multicultural construction workplaces.
The safety of anaesthesia delivered by rural generalist anaesthetists: a scoping review of the literature
Rural generalist anaesthetists (RGAs) are central to the delivery of health care in much of rural and remote Australia. This article details a systematic review of the literature specifically asking the question, ‘what is the current evidence of the 'safety' of anaesthesia delivered by RGAs?’