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    • Old Knowledge in Freshwater: Why Traditional Ecological Knowledge is Essential for Determining Environmental Flows in Water Plans 

      Cranney, Katherine; Tan, Poh-Ling (The Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy, 2011)
      Traditional Ecological Knowledge ('TEK') in water has survived millennia, yet this knowledge remains poorly understood and utilised in Australia's water planning and management. Recent nation-wide water reform recognises ...
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    • An old problem in a new marketplace: Compulsive buying on the internet 

      Lyons, Barbara; Henderson, K. (Proceedings of ANZMAC 2000, 2000)
      Studies estimate that compulsive buying affects between one percent (Faber and O'Guinn 1992) to six percent (O'Guinn and Faber 1989; Roberts 1998) of the adult population. Compulsive buyers are not the only people adversely ...
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    • Old problems in a new century? 

      Heazle, Michael; Clarke, Michael (Australian Journal of International Affairs, 2012)
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    • Old Resolution Meets Modern SLS 

      Anbulagan, None; Pham, Nghia; Slaney, John; Sattar, Abdul (Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-05), 2005)
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    • Older Adults as a Distinct Timeshare market in Australia 

      Weaver, David; Lawton, Laura (Australian Journal of Hospitality Management, 1999)
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    • Older Folks in Hospitals: The Contributing Factors and Recommendations for Incident Prevention 

      Mansah, Martha; Griffiths, Rhonda; Fernandez, Rita; Chang, Esther; Tran, Doung Thuy (Journal of Patient Safety, 2014)
      Objectives: To identify the most common errors and adverse events and their contributing factors among the older patients admitted to hospital and examine recommendations from an expert review panel for prevention and ...
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    • Older men's participation in social and recreational activities: A community vs retirement village comparison 

      Woodbridge, Sandra; Miller, Dr Evonne (39th National Conference Australian Association of Gerontology, 2006)
      Whilst significant research attention has focussed on maintaining health in later life, our knowledge about how residential location might affect older people's physical mental and social wellbeing remains limited. Thus, ...
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    • Older people maintaining mental health well-being through resilience: an appreciative inquiry study in four countries 

      Moyle, Wendy; Clarke, Charlotte; Gracia, Natalie; Reed, Jan; Cooke, Glenda; Klein, Barbara; Marais, Sandra; Richardson, Elsie (Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness: An International Journal, 2010)
      Older people maintaining mental health well-being through resilience: an appreciative inquiry study in four countries Aim. To explore the experience and strategies of mental health well-being through resilience in older ...
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    • Older people maintaining well-being: An international appreciative inquiry study 

      Reed, Jan; Richardson, Elsie; Marais, Sandra; Moyle, Wendy (International Journal of Older People Nursing, 2008)
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    • Older persons who re-present to the Emergency Department: An observational study 

      Grealish, Laurie; Forbes, Mark; Beylacq, Mandy; Adeleye, Adeniyi; Crilly, Julia (Collegian, 2017)
      Background:Models of emergent care evolve in response to an ageing population. TheMedicalAssessment Unit(MAU) receives patients from the Emergency Department(ED)for up to 48 h to facilitate assessment, care and treatment ...
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    • Older persons' perspectives on satisfaction with a mental health service and its impact on their recovery 

      Ojala, Sonya; Wheeler, Amanda (Journal of Social Inclusion, 2012)
      Consumer satisfaction with mental health services plays an important part in recovery from mental illness. Older consumers in particular need access to appropriate care and assistance, due to their often-compromised health ...
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    • Older professionals, learning and practice 

      IreneTikkanen, Tarja; Billett, Stephen (International Handbook of Research in Professional and Practice-based Learning, 2014)
      Globally, workforce is aging. Workers aged over 50 are becoming an increasingly significant and large component of national workforces. This situation is likely to remain the case for the next few decades. Despite workplaces ...
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    • Older workers and learning through work: the need for agency and critical reflection 

      Billett, Stephen; van Woerkom, Marianne (Promoting lifelong learning for older workers, 2006)
      This chapter argues that all the workers are caught up in a contradictory discourse about work and remaining competent throughout their working life. While claiming to be equally valued, these workers face a lack of support. ...
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    • Older workers and work: societal and personal sentiments 

      Billett, Stephen; Johnson, Greer; Dymock, Darryl; Martin, Greg (AVETRA 2010, 2010)
      This conference paper examines the perceptions of a group of employees aged 45 or more about their experiences of age discrimination in the work place. Retaining older workers is one way in which a productive work force ...
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    • Older workers, employability and tertiary education and training 

      Billett, Stephen (Older workers: Research readings, 2011)
      As working populations age, issues associated with older workers' employability and lifelong learning arise for national economies, enterprises, communities and workers. This paper seeks to outline the range and extent of ...
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    • Older workers: Strategies to extend working lives 

      Shacklock, Kate (ANZAM, 2004)
      Australia's population and workforce are ageing and the continuing trend for early retirement of the Baby Boomer generation, combined with low birth rates, will result in a labour shortage. There is therefore an imperative ...
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    • Older workers: Do they want to continue working? 

      Shacklock, Kate (4th National Emerging Researchers in Ageing Conference, 2005)
      As part of the solution to the predicted future labour shortage, Australia will need older workers to fill its worker ranks, and as part of increasing their labour force participation, extended working lives is a popular ...
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    • The oldest human fossil in Europe, from Orce (Spain) 

      Toro-Moyano, Isidro; Martinez-Navarro, Bienvenido; Agusti, Jordi; Souday, Caroline; Bermudez de Castro, Jose Maria; Martinon-Torres, Maria; Fajardo, Beatriz; Duval, Mathieu; Falgueres, Christophe; Oms, Oriol; Pares, Josep Maria; Anadon, Pere; Julia, Ramon; Garcia-Aguilar, Jose Manuel; Moigne, Anne-Marie; Espigares, M. Patrocinio; Ros-Montoya, Sergio; Palmqvist, Paul (Journal of Human Evolution, 2013)
      The Orce region has one of the best late Pliocene and early Pleistocene continental paleobiological records of Europe. It is situated in the northeastern sector of the intramontane Guadix-Baza Basin (Granada, Andalusia, ...
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    • Oldest pathology in a tetrapod bone illuminates the origin of terrestrial vertebrates 

      Bishop, Peter James; Walmsley, Christopher; Phillips, Matthew; Quayle, Michelle; Boisvert, Catherine; McHenry, Colin (PLoS One, 2015)
      The origin of terrestrial tetrapods was a key event in vertebrate evolution, yet how and when it occurred remains obscure, due to scarce fossil evidence. Here, we show that the study of palaeopathologies, such as broken ...
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    • Oleg Stepanov 

      Stepanov, Oleg (Australian Pianists: a cross-section of performers offers insights into aspects of pianism, 2010)
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