Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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Smokeless tobacco and oral cancer in the Middle East andNorth Africa: A systematic review and meta-analysis (Tobacco Induced Diseases, 2019)Introduction: Cancer of the oral cavity is regarded lethal with a fairly low mean 5-year survival rate. The current systematic review and meta-analysis is the first of its kind to examine, if the evidence from the Middle ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Nature Communications, 2020)There is little evidence for the role of plant foods in the dispersal of early modern humans into new habitats globally. Researchers have hypothesised that early movements of human populations through Island Southeast Asia ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Financial toxicity is more than costs of care: the relationship between employment and financial toxicity in long-term cancer survivors (Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 2019)PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between employment and financial toxicity by examining the prevalence of, and factors associated with, financial toxicity among cancer survivors. METHODS: We ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Teaching in Higher Education, 2019)Although generic skills have received widespread attention from both policymakers and educationalists, little is known regarding how students acquire these skills, or how they should best be taught. Hence, the aim of this ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Teachers and Teaching, 2018)This study takes a narrative perspective to examine teachers as writers and autobiographical creative writing as a way for promoting teachers’ professional development. In a creative writing group for Finnish primary and ...JOURNAL ARTICLE