Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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(Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2016)Introduction ‘Store and forward’ teledermoscopy is a technology with potential advantages for melanoma screening. Any large-scale implementation of this technology is dependent on consumer acceptance. Aim To investigate ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Understanding the housing preferences of younger adults with complex physical and psychological disabilities: Likes, dislikes and must-haves (CADR Conference 2014, 2014)Purpose: Although the last thirty years has seen significant developments in the Australian Disability and Housing sectors, the range of current housing options for Australian adults with complex physical and cognitive ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(NCNC 2015, 2015)The notion of “home” remains a significant issue for younger adults with complex physical and cognitive disabilities. Many people experience a lack of housing choice and the dwellings individuals typically come to reside ...CONFERENCE OUTPUT
(Australian Health Review, 2015)Objective Pressure injuries (PI) are largely preventable and can be viewed as an adverse outcome of a healthcare admission, yet they affect millions of people and consume billions of dollars in healthcare spending. The ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Economic evaluation strategies in telehealth: obtaining a more holistic valuation of telehealth interventions (Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 2016)Telehealth is an emerging area of medical research. Its translation from conception, to research and into practice requires tailored research and economic evaluation methods. Due to their nature telehealth interventions ...JOURNAL ARTICLE