Papers from 2018
2018 The Conversation.
Promotion of the profession, Nan Bahr, Anne Graham, Jo-Anne Ferreira, Margaret Lloyd, and Richard Waters
Let's abandon NAPLAN - we can do better, Nan Bahr and Donna Penergast
2018 The Conversation.
Telehealth interventions delivering home-based support group videoconferencing: systematic review, Annie Banbury, Susan Nancarrow, Jared Dart, Leonard Gray, and Lynne Parkinson
2018 Journal of Medical Internet Research 20:2.
Remediating and managing coastal acid sulfate soils using Lime Assisted Tidal Exchange (LATE) at East Trinity, Queensland, Richard T. Bush, Col Ahern, Bernie Powell, Dough Smith, Michelle Martens, Leigh A. Sullivan, zhaohui Wang, Kathryn H. Taffs, Edward D. Burton, Steven Wilbraham, and Simon van Heel
Where-ever I park my RV, that's my home: freedom camping and local community tensions in eastern Australia, Rod Caldicott, John Jenkins, and Pascal Scherrer
2018 The Routledge handbook of second home tourism and mobilities.
The efficacy of interactive, motion capture-based rehabilitation on functional outcomes in an inpatient stroke population: a randomized controlled trial, John Cannell, Emelyn Jovic, Amy Rathjen, Kylie Lane, Anna M. Tyson, Michelle L. Callisaya, Stuart T. Smith, Kiran DK Ahuja, and Marie-Louise Bird
2018 Clinical Rehabilitation 32:2 191-200.
Comparative sorption of chromium species as influenced by pH, surface charge and organic matter content in contaminated soils, Girish Choppala, Anitha Kunhikrishnan, Balaji Seshadri, Richard T. Bush, Nanthi Bolan, and Jin Hee Park
2018 Journal of Geochemical Exploration 184:B 255-260.
Environmental determinism, and not interspecific competition, drives morphological variability in Australasian warblers (Acanthizidae), Vicente García-Navas, Marta Rodríguez-Rey, Petter Z. Marki, and Leslie Christidis
2018 Ecology and Evolution 8:8 3871-3882.
Science-based taxonomy still needs better governance : response to Thomson et al., Stephen T. Garnett and Leslie Christidis
2018 PLoS Biology 16:3.
Teachers’ professional boundary transgressions: a literature summary, Anne Graham, Nan Bahr, Julia Truscott, and Mary Ann Powell
Concurrent exergaming and transcranial direct current stimulation to improve balance in people with Parkinson's disease : study protocol for a randomised controlled trial, Dale M. Harris, Timo Rantalainen, Makii Muthalib, Liam Johnson, Rachel L. Duckham, Stuart T. Smith, Robin M. Daly, and Wei-Peng Teo
2018 Trials 19 387-400.
2018 Australian Health Review 42 146-151.
2018 Australian Health Review 42 146-151.
Working with LGBTI people and communities, Mark Hughes
2018 Social work: fields of practice 19-33.
Australian social work research on ageing and aged care: a scoping review, Mark Hughes, Christine Bigby, and Clare Tilbury
2018 Journal of Social Work 18:4 431-450.
Working with older people (Gerontological Social Work), Mark Hughes and Karen Heycox
2018 Social work: fields of practice 100-113.
Representations of LGBT ageing and older people in Australia and the UK, Mark Hughes and Andrew King
2018 Journal of Sociology 54:1 125-140.
Large greenhouse gases emissions from China's lakes and reservoirs, Siyue Li, Richard T. Bush, Isaac R. Santos, Quanfa Zhang, Kaishan Song, Rong Mao, Zhidan Wen, and Xi Xi Lu
2018 Water Research 147 13-24.
Hematologic and biochemical characteristics of stranded green sea turtles, Duane T. March, Kimberly Vinette-Herrin, Andrew Peters, Ellen Ariel, David Blyde, Doug Hayward, Leslie Christidis, and Brendan P. Kelaher
2018 Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 30:3 423-429.
Law as clinical evidence: a new constitutive model of medical education and decision-making, Malcolm Parker, Lindy Willmott, Ben White, Gail Williams, and Colleen M. Cartwright
2018 Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 15:1 101-109.
Caring for carers of people with dementia : a protocol for harnessing innovation through deploying leading edge technologies to enable virtual support groups and services, Lynne Parkinson, Annie Banbury, Anne Livingstone, Steven Gordon, Biplob Ray, Louise Byrne, Susan Nancarrow, Chris Doran, Margaret McAllister, Carrie Petersen, Sonja Pedell, and Denise Wood
2018 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 246 29-41.
Wellbeing in schools: what do students tell us?, Mary Ann Powell, Anne Graham, Robyn Margaret Fitzgerald, Nigel Thomas, and Nadine E. White
2018 The Australian Educational Researcher 45:4 515-531.
Leadership in interprofessional health and social care teams: a literature review, Tony Smith, Sally Fowler-Davis, Susan Nancarrow, Steven MB Ariss, and Pam Enderby
2018 Leadership in Health Services 31:4 452-467.
Optimizing heterotrophic feeding rates of three commercially important scleractinian corals, Alejandro Tagliafico, Salome Rangel, Brendan Kelaher, and Leslie Christidis
2018 Aquaculture 483 96-101.
Laughing with the lecturer: the use of humour in shaping university teaching, Gordon Tait, Jo Lampert, Nan Bahr, and Pepita Bennett
2018 Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 12:3 1-15.
Reaching for the stars : Iranian nurses' perceptions of career success, V Zamanzadeh, L Valizadeh, Anna Praskova, A Ghahramanian, M Rassouli, and E Asghari
2018 International Nursing Review.
Papers from 2017
Agroecological tourism: bridging conservation, food security and tourism goals to enhance smallholders’ livelihoods on South Pentecost, Vanuatu, Cherise Addinsall, Betty Weiler, Pascal Scherrer, and Kevin S. Glencross
2017 Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25:8 1100-1116.
An interactive videogame for arm and hand exercise in people with Parkinson's disease: a randomized controlled trial, Natalie E. Allen, Jooeun Song, Serene S. Paul, Stuart T. Smith, Jonathon O'Duffy, Matthew Schmidt, Rachelle Love, Catherine Sherrington, and Colleen G. Canning
2017 Parkinsonism & Related Disorders 41 66-72.
2017 Independent Schools of Queensland Excellence in initial teacher education symposium.
The adolescent learner, Nan Bahr
2017 Teaching middle years : rethinking curriculum, pedagogy and assessment 21-46.
University strategic directions, international education and WIL: from policy to practice, Nan Bahr, Donna Pendergast, and Christopher Klopper
2017 Professional learning in the work place for international students: exploring theory and practice.
Social work research in the field of disability in Australia: a scoping review, Christine Bigby, Clare Tilbury, and Mark Hughes
2017 Australian Social Work 71:1 18-31.
The effect of ongoing feedback on physical activity levels following an exercise intervention in older adults: a randomised controlled trial protocol, Katie-Jane Brickwood, Stuart T. Smith, Greig Watson, and Andrew D. Williams
2017 BMC Sports Science Medicine and Rehabilitation 9:1 1-9.
My RV = My home! Freedom camping (boondocking) in Australia: a challenging "mobility" for urban planning and policy, Rod Caldicott, John M. Jenkins, and Pascal Scherrer
2017 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting.
The politics of freedom camping policy in Australian communities: understanding the "other" through a taxonomy of caravanning, Rod Caldicott, John M. Jenkins, and Pascal Scherrer
2017 Institute of Australian Geographers Conference.
Australian doctors' knowledge of and compliance with the law relating to end-of-life decisions: implications for LGBTI patients, Colleen M. Cartwright, Ben White, Lindy Willmott, Malcolm Parker, and Gail Williams
2017 Culture, Health & Sexuality.
Oxidative transformation of iron monosulfides and pyrite in estuarine sediments: implications for trace metals mobilisation, Girish Choppala, Richard Bush, Ellen Moon, Nick J. Ward, Zhaohui Wang, N Bolan, and Leigh Sullivan
2017 Journal of Environmental Management 186:2 158-166.
Bioacoustic and multi-locus DNA data of Ninox owls support high incidence of extinction and recolonisation on small, low-lying islands across Wallacea, Chyi Yin Gwee, Leslie Christidis, James A. Eaton, Janette A. Norman, Colin R. Trainor, Philippe Verbelen, and Frank E. Rheindt
2017 Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 109 246-258.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, Mark Hughes
2017 Social work and human services best practice.
Phylogeny, biogeography and taxonomic consequences in a bird-of-paradise species complex, Lophorina–Ptiloris (Aves: Paradisaeidae), Martin Irestedt, Henrique Batalha-Filho, Per GP Ericson, Leslie Christidis, and Richard Schodde
2017 Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 181:2 439-470.
Editorial: the influence of theory and student feedback on learning design, Margaret Lloyd and Nan Bahr
2017 Journal of Learning Design 10:2 i-iiii.
The influence of theory and student feedback on learning design, Margaret Lloyd and Nan Bahr
2017 Journal of Learning Design 10:2 i-iii.
Ecological restoration of a severely degraded coastal acid sulfate soil: a case study of the East Trinity wetland, Queensland, Hanabeth Luke, Michelle A. Martens, Ellen M. Moon, Doug Smith, Nicholas J. Ward, and Richard T. Bush
2017 Ecological Management & Restoration 18:2 103-114.
Teaching middle years : rethinking curriculum, pedagogy and assessment, Katherine Main, Donna Pendergast, and Nan Bahr
Exploring public universities as social enterprises, Morgan P. Miles, Martie-Louise Verreynne, Andrew McAuley, and Kevin Hammond
2017 International Journal of Educational Management 31:3 404-414.
A new subspecies of Short-toed Snake-eagle from Wallacea determined from morphological and DNA comparison, Nathaniel SR NG, Leslie Christidis, Jerry Olson, Janette Norman, and Frank E. Rheindt
2017 Zootaxa 4358:2 365-374.
2017 The Conversation.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme: effects on the quality of life and personal well-being of Australians caring for individuals with an autism spectrum disorder, Matthew Snow and James F. Donnelly
2017 Journal of Depression & Anxiety 6:4.
Home-based step training using videogame technology in people with Parkinson’s disease: a single-blinded randomised controlled trial, Jooeun Song, Serene S. Paul, Maria JD Caetano, Stuart Smith, Leland E. Dibble, Rachelle Love, Daniel Schoene, Jasmine C. Menant, Cathie Sherrington, Stephen R. Lord, Colleen G. Canning, and Natalie E. Allen
2017 Clinical Rehabilitation.
A new technique to increase polyp production in stony coral aquaculture using waste fragments without polyps, Alejandro Tagliafico, Salomé Rangel, Brendan P. Kelaher, Sander Scheffers, and Leslie Christidis
2017 Aquaculture 484 303-308.
Exploring the “black box” of customer co-creation processes, Jakob Trischler, Simon J. Pervan, and Don R. Scott
2017 Journal of Services Marketing 31:3 265-280.
1-Chloro-n-alkanes: potential mangrove and saltmarsh vegetation biomarkers, Svenja Tulipani, Lorenz Schwark, Alex I. Holman, Richard T. Bush, and Kliti Grice
2017 Organic Geochemistry 107 54-58.
A randomised control trial investigating the efficacy of interactive, motion capture-based rehabilitation in an inpatient stroke population, Anna Tyson, John Cannell, Emelyn Moles, Kylie Lane, Stuart T. Smith, Michele Callisaya, Marie-Louise Bird, and Kiran Ahuja
2017 International Journal of Stroke 12:2 suppl..
Effect of schwertmannite and jarosite on the formation of hypoxic blackwater during inundation of grass material, Chamindra L. Vithana, Leigh A. Sullivan, and Troy Shepherd
2017 Water Research 124.
Comparing doctors' legal compliance across three Australian states for decisions whether to withhold or withdraw life-sustaining medical treatment: does different law lead to different decisions?, Ben P. White, Lindy Willmott, Colleen M. Cartwright, Malcolm Parker, Gail Williams, and Juliet Davis
2017 BMC Palliative Care 16:1.
Influences on sustainable behavior, Royce Willis, Stephen C. Provost, and Leslie Christidis
2017 Ecophyschology 9:1 19-25.
Papers from 2016
2016 Teacher Magazine.
2016 Teacher Magazine.
Teachers how should we know you?, Nan Bahr
2016 Independent Education 46:3 11-13.
Building quality in teaching and teacher education, Nan Bahr and Suzanne Mellor
Accuracy, validity, and reliability of an electronic visual analog scale for pain on a touch screen tablet in healthy older Adults: a clinical trial, Marie-Louise Bird, Michele L. Callisaya, John Cannell, Timothy Gibbons, Stuart T. Smith, and Kiran DK Ahuja
2016 Interactive Journal of Medical Research 5:1.
“FIND Technology”: investigating the feasibility, efficacy and safety of controller-free interactive digital rehabilitation technology in an inpatient stroke population: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial, M L. Bird, J Cannell, M L. Callisaya, E Moles, A Rathjen, K Lane, A Tyson, and Stuart T. Smith
Use of commercial physical activity monitors and remote feedback on maintenance of physical activity levels following an exercise intervention, Katie-Jane Brickwood, Greig Watson, Stuart Smith, and Andrew Williams
2016 Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 24:suppl. 1.
The Fromelles Interment 2010: dominant narrative and reflexive thanatourism, Peter Clarke and Andrew McAuley
2016 Current Issues in Tourism 19:11 1103-1119.
Use of a custom made sensor and cushion combination to record sit-to-stand performance and remote monitoring and clinician feedback using table technology, Simpson Dawn, Callisaya Michele, Schmidt Matthew, and Stuart T. Smith
2016 Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 24:Suppl. 1.
Chart mythos: the JAMs’ and the KLF’s invocation of Mu, Jon Fitzgerald and Philip Hayward
2016 Shima 10:2.
Species shade tolerance affects tree basal area growth behaviour in two eucalypt species in thinned and unthinned even-aged monoculture, Kevin Glencross, Philip West, and J Doland Nichols
2016 Australian Forestry 79:3 157-167.
Effect of affordable technology on physical activity levels and mobility outcomes in rehabilitation: a protocol for the Activity and MObility UsiNg Technology (AMOUNT) rehabilitation trial, Leanne Hassett, Maayken van den Berg, Richard I. Lindley, Maria Crotty, Annie McCluskey, Hidde P. van der Ploeg, Stuart T. Smith, Karl Schurr, Maggie Killington, Bert Bongers, Kirsten Howard, Stephane Heritier, Leanne Togher, Maree Hackett, Daniel Treacy, Simone Dorsch, Siobhan Wong, Katharine Scrivener, Sakina Chagpar, Heather Weber, Ross Pearson, and Catherine Sherrington
2016 BMJ Open 6:6.
2016 Island Studies Journal 11:2 417-430.
Effects of a home-based step training programme on balance, stepping, cognition and functional performance in people with multiple sclerosis – a randomized controlled trial, Phu Hoang, Daniel Schoene, Simon Gandevia, Stuart T. Smith, and Stephen R. Lord
2016 Multiple Sclerosis Journal 22:1 94-103.
Editorial: making learning design explicit and shareable, Margaret Lloyd and Nan Bahr
2016 Journal of Learning Design 9:2.
Editorial: single questions: multiple answers for multiple settings, Margaret Lloyd and Nan Bahr
2016 Journal of Learning Design 9:1 i-ii.
What matters in higher education: a meta-analysis of a decade of learning design, Margaret Lloyd and Nan Bahr
2016 Journal of Learning Design 9:2 1-13.
Assessment: what does technology add to practice?, D Simpson, M Callisaya, M Schmidt, Stuart Smith, Marie-Louise Bird, Wei-Peng Teo, Makii Muthalib, Willy Colier, Katie-Jane Brickwood, G Watson, S Smith, and Andrew Williams
2016 Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 24:suppl. 1 S89-S90.
Interactive games for home delivery of exercise and rehabilitation interventions for older adults: an Australian perspective, Stuart T. Smith and M L. Bird
2016 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 231 110-118.
Health coaching and pedometers to enhance physical activity and prevent falls in community-dwelling people aged 60 years and over: study protocol for the Coaching for Healthy AGEing (CHAnGE) cluster randomised controlled trial, Anne Tiedemann, Chris Rissel, Kirsten Howard, Allison Tong, Dafna Merom, Stuart Smith, James Wickham, Adrian Bauman, Stephen R. Lord, Constance Vogler, Richard I. Lindley, Judy M. Simpson, Margaret Allman-Farinelli, and Catherine Sherrington
2016 BMJ Open 6:5.
Video and computer-based interactive exercises are safe and improve task-specific balance in geriatric and neurological rehabilitation: a randomised trial, Maayken van den Berg, Catherine Sherrington, Maggie Killington, Stuart Smith, Bert Bongers, Leanne Hassett, and Maria Crotty
2016 Journal of Physiotherapy 62:1 20-28.
Modelling growth behaviour in monoculture in subtropical eastern Australia of two eucalypt species that differ in shade tolerance, Philip W. West, Kevin Glencross, and J Doland Nichols
2016 Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science 78:4 283-287.
Is there a role for law in medical practice when withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining medical treatment? Empirical findings on attitudes of doctors, Lindy Willmott, Ben White, Malcolm Parker, Colleen M. Cartwright, and Gail Williams
2016 Journal of Law and Medicine 24 342-355.
Validity of power settings of the Wahoo KICKR Power Trainer, Emma K. Zadow, Cecilia M. Kitic, Sam SX Wu, Stuart T. Smith, and James W. Fell
2016 International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 11:8 1115-1117.
Papers from 2015
Leadership enabling effective pedagogic change in higher education, Nan Bahr and Leanne Crosswell
2015 Teaching reflective learning in higher education : a systematic approach using pedagogic patterns 203-212.
Exposure to “exergames” increases older adults’ perception of the usefulness of technology for improving health and physical activity: a pilot study, Marie-Louise Bird, Brodie Clark, Johanna millar, Sue Whetton, and Stuart T. Smith
2015 JMIR Serious Games 3:2.
Good lateral harmonic stability combined with adequate gait speed is required for low fall risk in older people, M AD Brodie, H B. Menz, Stuart T. Smith, K Delbaere, and S R. Lord
2015 Gerontology 61:1 69-78.
Symmetry matched auditory cues improve gait steadiness in most people with Parkinson's disease but not in healthy older people, Matthew AD Brodie, Roger T. Dean, Tim R. Beijer, Colleen G. Canning, Stuart T. Smith, Jasmine C. Menant, and Stephen R. Lord
2015 Journal of Parkinson's Disease 5:1 105-116.
Sedimentary iron–phosphorus cycling under contrasting redox conditions in a eutrophic estuary, Peter Kraal, Edward D. Burton, Andrew L. Rose, Benjamin D. Kocar, Robert S. Lockhart, Kliti Grice, Richard T. Bush, Eileen Tan, and Samuel E. Webb
2015 Chemical Geology 392 19-31.
Editorial: breaking the pattern: creative voices, Margaret Lloyd and Nan Bahr
2015 Journal of Learning Design 8:1 i-iv.
Recurring motifs : designing for higher education learning, Margaret Lloyd and Nan Bahr
2015 Proceedings of AARE 2015 Conference.
Editorial: the 10 year discussion, Margaret Lloyd, Carol Skyring, and Nan Bahr
2015 Journal of Learning Design 8:3 i-viii.
Interactive cognitive-motor step training improves cognitive risk factors of falling in older adults – a randomized controlled trial, Daniel Schoene, Trinidad Valenzuela, Barbara Toson, Kim Delbaere, Connie Severino, Jaime Garcia, Thomas A. Davies, Frances Russell, Stuart T. Smith, and Stephen R. Lord
2015 PL o S One 10:12.
The Whitewood (Endospermum medullosum) value-chain in Vanuatu and impediments to development of a plantation-based industry, Rexon Virannamanga, Kevin S. Glencross, Graeme Palmer, J Doland Nichols, and R Geoff B. Smith
2015 Small-scale Forestry 14:2 139-153.
Validity of the Wahoo KICKR power trainer and reliability of a 4 km cycle time trial, Emma K. Zadow, James W. Fell, Stuart T. Smith, and Cecilia M. Shing
2015 Journal of Science and Cycling 4:2 16-17.
Papers from 2014
A single case study using Jintronix software for stroke rehabilitation and Kinect motion tracking for physical rehabilitation using a putt to stand aid and standby table, Marie-Louise L. Bird, J Cannell, Michelle Callisaya, E Moles, and Stuart Smith
2014 International Journal of Stroke 9:suppl. 2.
Interactive infrastructures: physical rehabilitation modules for pervasive healthcare technology, A J. Bongers, Stuart Smith, Victor Donker, Michelle Pickerall, Rebecca Hall, and Stefan Lie
2014 Pervasive Health 229-254.
Interactive infrastructures: physical rehabilitation modules for pervasive healthcare technology, A J. Bongers, Stuart T. Smith, Victor Donker, Michelle Pickrell, Rebecca Hall, and Stefan Lie
2014 Smart Strokes Conference 2014.
Spatial variability during gait initiation while dual tasking is increased in individuals with mild cognitive impairment, S Boripuntakul, S R. Lord, M AD Brodie, Stuart T. Smith, P Methapatara, N Wongpakaran, and Somporn Sungkarat
2014 The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging 18:3 307-312.
Gait as a biomarker? Accelerometers reveal that reduced movement quality while walking is associated with Parkinson's disease, ageing and fall risk, Matthew A. Brodie, Nigel H. Lovell, Colleen G. Canning, Hylton B. Menz, Kim Delbaere, Stephen J. Redmond, Mark Latt, Daina L. Sturnieks, Jasmine Menant, Stuart T. Smith, and Stephen R. Lord
2014 Proceedings of the 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society 5968-5971.
Game-based IT solutions for active and healthy ageing, Mario Drobics and Stuart Smith
2014 Games for training, education, health and sports: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Serious Games, Gamedays 2014 8-11.