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Stories from LSAC - The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

LSAC goes online – Asking young people to complete an online survey prior to the home visit.
Michael Bassett, Maureen Canning, Jennifer Renda, Bernadette Kok, Elsie Foeken
Data linkage in LSAC – Great benefits but also some challenging issues.
Tenniel Guiver, Dinusha Bandara
Events History Calendars: Benefits and Challenges
Elsie Foeken, Jennifer Renda, Karena Jessup, Bernadette Kok, Michael Bassett, Maureen Canning

Medical statistics and analysis techniques

Association between socioeconomic and geographical factors in severely injured trauma patients using trauma registry data. Full Paper - DOCX
Katharine Elizabeth Heathcote, Ben Gardiner, Holly Barbagallo, Jing Sun, Martin Wullschleger

Innovations in Data Analysis

The implications of ethnicity outputting methods for understanding outcomes and developing policy in New Zealand
Nichola Louise Shackleton, Natalia Boven, Daniel Exeter

Research Methodology in Sociology of Health and Medicine

Blending individual and social emotions via analytical plurality Full Paper - DOCX
Michael Hodgins, Ann Dadich, Jayne Bye

The state of play in online research in Australia. Problems, pitfalls and opportunities

Do blended sampling designs provide robust estimates: where is the evidence
Margo L Barr, David Steel

Video reflexive ethnography: Creative scholarship for impact - Part 1

Video reflexive ethnography in hospital with people with dementia and delirium – Can it be done? Full Paper - DOCX
Tamsin Symonds, Ann Dadich, Aileen Collier, Annmarie Hosie, Anita De Bellis, Alan Bevan, Justin Prendergast, Elly Morgan
A family-video to die for: Bringing the family back to family-centred palliative care with VRE Full Paper - DOCX
Kathrine Hammill, Ann Dadich, Rajesh Aggarwal, Jodie Peronchik, Daniela Vasquez, Charbel Bejjani

Video reflexive ethnography: Creative scholarship for impact - Part 2

A mixed methods study of the risk-taking behaviour of clinical staff towards routine use of protective masks for infectious diseases
Ruth Barratt, Lyn Gilbert, Ramon Z Shaban

ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference

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