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  • Scenographer as placemaker: co-creating communities through The Living Stage NYC 

    Beer, Tanja; Fu, Lanxing; Hernández-Santín, Cristina (Theatre and Performance Design, 2018)
    Ecoscenography seeks to design temporary event spaces and places, with a focus on positive contribution to social and ecological function and evolution. This paper explores the potential of ecoscenography to contribute to ...
  • Targeting Aurora Kinase to Enhance the Curative Potential of Radiotherapy in HPV Related Cancers 

    Chaudary, N; Idris, A; McMillan, N; Hill, RP; Milosevic, M (61st Annual Meeting of the American-Society-for-Radiation-Oncology (ASTRO), 2019)
    Purpose/Objective(s): Cervical cancer is caused by human papilloma virus (HPV), a sexually transmitted environmental agent. Approximately 40% of cervical cancer patients treated with radio(chemo)therapy (RTCT) develop ...
  • Integrated Care on the Gold Coast: How design thinking supported the development of people-centred integrated models of care 

    Wicker, Christina; Smithson, Rachael (ICIC19 – 19th International Conference on Integrated Care, 2019)
    Introduction: In 2017 the Integrated Care Alliance (ICA) was formed between the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service (GCHHS) and the Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN), with a joint vision to create an integrated ...
  • Paediatric allergic rhinitis: Healthcare utilisation and hidden costs 

    Bosnic-Anticevich, Sinthia; Smith, Peter; Price, David; Abramson, Michael J; Hespe, Charlotte; Stosic, Rodney (2019)
    To better understand the healthcare costs associated with paediatric allergic rhinitis (AR), this non‐interventional, national on‐line study surveyed 1541 adults using a custom‐designed questionnaire. Participants were ...
  • How well do parents understand paediatric allergic rhinitis? Lessons learnt from a survey of the burden, myths, misconceptions and management practices in Australian children 

    Bosnic-Anticevich, Sinthia; Smith, Peter; Price, David; Abramson, Michael J; Hespe, Charlotte; Stosic, Rodney (ASCIA 2019 Conference 30th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, 2019)
    This non‐interventional, national on‐line survey of 1541 parents of children aged 2–15 years sought to understand parents’ perceptions of allergic rhinitis (AR). Children were allocated to case (AR, n=1040) or control (No ...
  • Postoperative outcomes in chronic dialysis patients: a meta-analysis of 42 studies and 78,805 patients 

    Palamuthusingam, Dharmenaan; Nadarajah, Arun; Johnson, David W; Craig, Jonathan; Hawley, Carmel; Pascoe, Elaine; Fahim, Magid (2019)
    Background: Chronic kidney disease is an independent risk factor for postoperative mortality, with an effect similar to that of diabetes mellitus or ischemic heart disease. However, the prognostic significance of ...
  • Social engagement and institutional repositories: a case study 

    Boulton, Susan (Insights the UKSG journal, 2020)
    This article explores the community reach and societal impact of institutional repositories, in particular Griffith Research Online (GRO), Griffith University’s institutional repository. To promote research on GRO, and to ...
  • Pharmacological prescription pattern for agitated adult patients in an Australian tertiary hospital 

    Goh, Zhong; Nama, Srinvasa; Hashem, Fahid; Sharma, Siddharth (27, 2019)
    Background: Agitation in patients with a variety of aetiologies are commonly seen in hospitals. 1,2 There are a number of pharmacological modalities to treat agitation, including different classes and routes of medication. ...
  • Challenges of health data-linkage in Australia 

    Palamuthusingam, Dharmenaan; Nadarajah, Arun; WJohnson, David; Hawley, Carmel; Pascoe, Elaine; Fahim, Magid (2019)
    Background: Data linkage is a valuable research technique reducing data collection costs and permitting more detailed and extensive analyses. We sought to undertake a national, multijurisdictional data‐linkage project to ...
  • A framework to evaluate architectural solutions for ubiquitous patient identification in health information systems 

    Memon, Z; Noran, O; Bernus, P (21st International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS), 2019)
    The lack of accurate, reliable and consistent patient information is a major issue in healthcare, despite a relatively high Health Information System (HIS) adoption level worldwide. The main reason for this appears to be ...
  • Teaching conceptions and teaching context affect the enacted practice of online teachers 

    Cox, D; Prestridge, S (27th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2019), 2019)
    This study examined effects on enacted teaching practice in an exclusively online context within a large vocational education sector in Australia. A wide-ranging exploratory survey instrument was constructed with questions ...
  • Role of maintenance in reducing building vulnerability to extreme events 

    Pham, L; Palaneeswaran, E; Stewart, R (IABSE Symposium 2019, 2019)
    The paper is to assess contribution of maintenance toward reducing building vulnerability to extreme weather events such as high wind, wild fire and flood. The aims are to gather technical knowledge to develop policy ...
  • Multimodal narratives to evidence: a case study of primary students' experiences with embedding Indigenous knowledges 

    Sammel, Alison; Whatman, Susan (American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2019)
    This paper describes one example of how primary school aged students in Queensland, Australia, developed relational and respectful engagement between Indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) and Western science knowledge (WSK) ...
  • Too Little, Too Late – Palliation and End Stage Liver Disease 

    Chen, Hayley; Johnston, Alexander; Palmer, Andrew; Mickenbecker, Matthew; Rigby, Nicholas; O'Sullivan, Timothy; Mortimore, Marianne; Haque, Mazhar M; Woodward, Aidan; Clark, Paul J (Annual Meeting of the American-Association-for-the-Study-of-Liver-Diseases (AASLD) / Liver Meeting, 2019)
    Background: End‐stage liver disease (ESLD) is a leading cause of mortality worldwide. Fewer than 60% of patients with decompensated cirrhosis survive after two years, with patients often experiencing distressing symptoms ...
  • The Golden 24 Hours: Adherence to an Acute Care Bundle Affects Outcomes for Patients with Decompensated Cirrhosis 

    Palmer, Andrew; Johnston, Alexander; Mickenbecker, Matthew; O'Sullivan, Timothy; Chen, Hayley; Rigby, Nicholas; Haque, Mazhar M; Woodward, Aidan; Mortimore, Marianne; Valery, Patricia C; Clark, Paul J (Annual Meeting of the American-Association-for-the-Study-of-Liver-Diseases (AASLD) / Liver Meeting, 2019)
    Background: Complications related to chronic liver disease (CLD) have led to an increased burden on health services. Despite an improved evidence‐base to support management of complications, suboptimal care persists. ...
  • Potassium homeostasis and management of dyskalemia in kidney diseases: conclusions from a Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) Controversies Conference 

    Clase, CM; Carrero, JJ; Ellison, DH; Grams, ME; Hemmelgarn, BR; Jardine, MJ; Kovesdy, CP; Kline, GA; Lindner, G; Obrador, GT; Palmer, BF; Cheung, M; Wheeler, DC; Campbell, KL; et al. (Kidney International, 2020)
    Potassium disorders are common in patients with kidney disease, particularly in patients with tubular disorders and low glomerular filtration rate. A multidisciplinary group of researchers and clinicians met in October ...
  • Deep hashing by discriminating hard examples 

    Yan, C; Pang, G; Bai, X; Shen, C; Zhou, J; Hancock, E (27th ACM International Conference on Multimedia (MM '19), 2019)
    This paper tackles a rarely explored but critical problem within learning to hash, i.e., to learn hash codes that effectively discriminate hard similar and dissimilar examples, to empower large-scale image retrieval. Hard ...
  • Knowledge Transfer via Convolution Neural Networks for Multi-Resolution Lawn Weed Classification 

    Farooq, A; Jia, X; Hu, J; Zhou, J (10th Workshop on Hyperspectral Imaging and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS 2019), 2019)
    Weed identification and classification are essential and challenging tasks for site-specific weed control. Object-based image analysis making use of spatial information is adopted in this study for the weed classification ...
  • Dynamic Material-Aware Object Tracking in Hyperspectral Videos 

    Xiong, F; Zhou, J; Chanussot, J; Qian, Y (10th Workshop on Hyperspectral Imaging and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS 2019), 2019)
    Traditional color trackers tend to fail in some challenging scenarios such as object deformation, rotation, background clutter and varying illumination. In this paper, we take advantages of the material identification ...
  • A one-step pruning-recovery framework for acceleration of convolutional neural networks 

    Wang, D; Bai, X; Zhou, L; Zhou, J (31st International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI 2019), 2019)
    Acceleration of convolutional neural network has received increasing attention during the past several years. Among various acceleration techniques, filter pruning has its inherent merit by effectively reducing the number ...

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