Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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Needleless connector nursing care – Current practices, knowledge, and attitudes: An Australian perspective (Infection, Disease and Health, 2021)Background: Inappropriate needleless connector (NC) care is associated with device failure from catheter occlusion and patient blood stream infections (BSIs). This can be attributed to a lack of knowledge of connector ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(ANZ Journal of Surgery, 2021)Background: Malignancies in and around the temporal bone are aggressive and difficult to manage. In Queensland (Australia), where skin cancer rates are exceedingly high, tumours extending to the temporal bone from surrounding ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Regional-based conflict and confidence-building strategies: The case of the union for the mediterranean (International Negotiation, 2021)This study considers the challenge of operating a regional association that includes combatants and adversaries as members, and the response to such challenges. Conflict type, defined by intensity and duration, is located ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Hyperactive behaviour in Angelman syndrome: the association with sleep problems and age of epilepsy onset (Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 2021)BACKGROUND: Sleep problems are common in many neurodevelopmental disorders, but little is known about how sleep is related to behavioural symptoms in Angelman syndrome (AS) or other genetic disorders. Hyperactive behaviour, ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 2021)Inventories of a rock art site often do not include tracings due to time and budget constraints, however they are still important for aiding interpretation. While digital inventories from 3D models are expediting the ...JOURNAL ARTICLE