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Improving self-management strategies and quality of life of people with chronic pain: The impact of multi-disciplinary interventions and patient education (2023-11-16)Chronic pain is a global issue, projected to increase in prevalence with an ageing world population. On average, more than one third of the population in developed and developing nations have reported the condition, which ...GRIFFITH THESIS
(2023-11-17)Recent experimental studies, in conjunction with numerical simulations, have investigated the possibility of utilising microporous membranes in microfluidic devices to separate particles within a fluid. The specific design ...GRIFFITH THESIS
Corporate board gender diversity, stock liquidity, individualism and ESG disclosure: From global evidence (2023-11-16)This thesis comprises three empirical studies investigating the impact of board gender diversity, stock liquidity, and individualism on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) disclosure in the global markets. The first ...GRIFFITH THESIS
(Assessing the Evidence in Indigenous Education Research: Implications for Policy and Practice, 2023)School systems and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have long acknowledged the levels of social, cultural and epistemic disaffection and contestation that have historically existed between teachers and schools, and ...BOOK CHAPTER
(2023-11-21)There are many open questions surrounding the statistical mechanical characterisation of systems out of equilibrium, particularly regarding their relaxation towards equilibrium or non-equilibrium steady states, as well as ...GRIFFITH THESIS