Presentations and Authors

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2018 World Values Survey: methods and results

World Values Survey 2018: findings from Australia
Toni Makkai, Jill Sheppard

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
Under-five mortality and the continuum of care for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health: A Machine Learning analysis.
Adeyinka Emmanuel Adegbosin, Jing Sun

Questionnaire and item reliability, validity and ordering

Item Positions Effects on Item Difficulty and Item Discrimination: A Case Study with Parallel Test Forms
Xiaoxun Sun

Methods for policy and planning

Emerged discourses on the articulation of the relationship between education and development in global policies
Asma Jahan Mukta, Tom Griffiths, Heather Sharp

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

Big Data: Analyses, approaches, and​ ethics

Decomposing ethnic differences in body mass index and obesity rates among New Zealand pre-schoolers
Nichola Louise Shackleton
Creating a longitudinal child cohort to assess the impact of income poverty on child health.
Nichola Louise Shackleton
Adventures in data linkage and the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY)
Ronnie Semo

Research Methodology in Sociology of Health and Medicine

How Universal are Universal Pre-School Health Checks? Evidence from New Zealand’s B4 School Check
Nichola Louise Shackleton, Sheree Gibb, Barry Milne, Rick Audas
Healthy eating education for midwives to investigate and explore their knowledge and confidence to support pregnant women to eat healthily: A mixed methods study
Shwikar Mahmoud Etman Othman, Mary Steen, Julie Fleet, Rasika Jayasekara

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

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

Social theoretical frameworks

Potential use of Delphi to conduct mixed-methods research: A study of a research project on leadership. Full Paper - DOCX
Shankar Sankaran, Barb Vindin Illingworth, Bob Dick, Kelly Shaw

ACSPRI Social Science Methodology Conference

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