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    • STI and HIV testing: examining factors that influence uptake among domestic Australian-born, domestic overseas-born and international tertiary students studying in Australia 

      Engstrom, Teyl; Waller, Michael; Mullens, Amy B; Debattista, Joseph; Durham, Jo; Gu, Zhihong; Wenham, Kathryn; Daken, Kirstie; Ariana, Armin; Gilks, Charles F; Bell, Sara FE; Williams, Owain D; Dingle, Kaeleen; Dean, Judith A (BMC Public Health, 2023)
      OBJECTIVES: Sexual health knowledge among international students in Australia is lower than domestic students, however, little is known about what factors affect the uptake of STI testing, nor if there are differences for ...
    • Out of sight, out of mind: Ex-convict female paupers incarcerated in Queensland's benevolent asylums 

      Richardson, Jan (Journal of Australian Colonial History, 2022)
      The establishment of Queensland's first establishment for paupers, the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum on Stradbroke Island, led to over 18,000 males and 3,000 females being transferred by ferry from Brisbane's bayside to their ...
    • Potassium Channels in Parkinson's Disease: Potential Roles in its Pathogenesis and Innovative Molecular Targets for Treatment 

      Chen, Xiaoyi; Feng, Yunjiang; Quinn, Ronald J; Pountney, Dean L; Richardson, Des R; Mellick, George D; Ma, Linlin (Pharmacological Reviews, 2023)
      Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by selective loss of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta (SNpc) region of the midbrain. The loss of neurons results in a subsequent ...
    • Photography: A medium for change 

      Livingston, Debra; Carkeek, Amy (Social Alternatives, 2022)
      The authors presented in this issue, 'Photography: A medium for change', are emerging voices of photographers addressing a range of social issues, from making a difference to people's work-life relationship to interpreting ...
    • Identifying and responding to young people with cognitive disability and neurodiversity in Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand youth justice systems 

      McVilly, K; McCarthy, M; Day, A; Birgden, A; Malvaso, C (Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 2022)
      Many young people in the criminal justice systems of both Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand will have cognitive disabilities and neurodiversity, and substantial challenges arise in efforts to provide services that will ...
    • Catalytic selective ring opening of polyaromatics for cleaner transportation fuels 

      Jampaiah, Deshetti; Murzin, Dmitry Y; Lee, Adam F; Schaller, David; Bhargava, Suresh K; Tabulo, Ben; Wilson, Karen (Energy & Environmental Science, 2022)
      The selective C-C bond cleavage of mono- and bicyclic naphthenic molecules via catalytic ring opening plays a vital role in refining low-quality fossil oils and pyrolysis oils derived from municipal solid waste or waste ...
    • Endothermic catalytic cracking of liquid hydrocarbons for thermal management of high-speed flight vehicles 

      Hubesch, Roxanne; Mazur, Maciej; Selvakannan, PR; Foger, Karl; Lee, Adam F; Wilson, Karen; Bhargava, Suresh (Sustainable Energy & Fuels, 2022)
      Regenerative cooling paired with catalytic cracking of hydrocarbons can address thermal management and efficient fuel combustion in supersonic air streams, as a sustainable approach in developing high-speed flight vehicles. ...
    • Single-atom catalysts: One for all or all for one? 

      Wilson, K; Lee, AF (Chem Catalysis, 2022)
      Precious-metal thrifting through the development of single-atom catalysts is an attractive way to promote the sustainable use of precious metals in catalytic processes. In this issue of Chem Catalysis, Wei et al. demonstrate ...
    • Ge-Doped Cobalt Oxide for Electrocatalytic and Photocatalytic Water Splitting 

      Guo, Weiqi; Luo, Haolin; Jiang, Zhi; Fang, Dongxu; Chi, Jiasheng; Shangguan, Wenfeng; Wang, Zhiliang; Wang, Lianzhou; Lee, Adam F (ACS Catalysis, 2022)
      Cobalt oxides find widespread application in energy materials as oxygen evolution catalysts (OECs) in the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) and photocatalytic overall water splitting (OWS) reaction. However, the nature of ...
    • A cost–benefit analysis framework for preventive health interventions to aid decision-making in Australian governments 

      Ananthapavan, Jaithri; Moodie, Marj; Milat, Andrew; Veerman, Lennert; Whittaker, Elizabeth; Carter, Rob (Health Research Policy and Systems, 2021)
      Background: Australian governments are increasingly mandating the use of cost–benefit analysis (CBA) to inform the efficient allocation of government resources. CBA is likely to be useful when evaluating preventive health ...
    • Running Mechanics After Repeated Sprints in Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome, Cam Morphology, and Controls 

      Goncalves, Basilio AM; Saxby, David J; Meinders, Evy; Hams, Andrea; Lambert, Conor; Jones, Taryn; Barrett, Rod S; Diamond, Laura E (Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach, 2022)
      Background: People with femoroacetabular with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAIS) often report pain during sports involving repeated sprinting. It remains unclear how sports participation influences running ...
    • Protein cargo encapsulation by virus-like particles: Strategies and applications 

      McNeale, Donna; Dashti, Noor; Cheah, Li Chen; Sainsbury, Frank (WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology, 2022)
      Viruses and the recombinant protein cages assembled from their structural proteins, known as virus-like particles (VLPs), have gained wide interest as tools in biotechnology and nanotechnology. Detailed structural information ...
    • Preserving Privacy for Distributed Genome-Wide Analysis Against Identity Tracing Attacks 

      Zhang, Y; Bai, G; Li, X; Nepal, S; Grobler, M; Chen, C; Ko, RKL (IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, 2022)
      Genome-wide analysis has demonstrated both health and social benefits. However, large scale sharing of such data may reveal sensitive information about individuals. One of the emerging challenges is identity tracing attack ...
    • PriRanGe: Privacy-Preserving Range-Constrained Intersection Query Over Genomic Data 

      Yang, Y; Tong, Y; Weng, J; Yi, Y; Zheng, Y; Zhang, LY; Lu, R (IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, 2022)
      Genomic data is being produced rapidly by both individuals and enterprises, and outsourcing this ever-increasing data into clouds is promising for cutting the cost of data owners and mining the wealth of genomic data at a ...
    • Pre-sentence reports for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: An analysis of language and sentiment 

      Coulter, Darcy; Forkan, Abdur Rahim Mohammed; Kang, Yong-Bin; Trounson, Justin; Anthony, Thalia; Marchetti, Elena; Shepherd, Stephane (Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 2022)
      Pre-sentence reports (PSRs) provide information to courts on an individual’s background, circumstances, risks, needs and plans. Research has found that PSRs focus heavily on risk of recidivism, while identification of ...
    • Presentation design and delivery to improve knowledge translation in a remote world 

      Leo, GSY; Fisher, R; Davis, T; Lawton, B; Goldstein, H; Tagg, A; Roland, D (Archives of Disease in Childhood - Education and Practice, 2022)
      The practical dissemination of new knowledge is not given adequate attention despite large investment in undertaking high-quality research and the desire for evidence-based practice. It is important that those involved in ...
    • Preoperative risk assessment tools for morbidity after cardiac surgery: a systematic review 

      Sanders, Julie; Makariou, Nicole; Tocock, Adam; Magboo, Rosalie; Thomas, Ashley; Aitken, Leanne M (European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 2022)
      BACKGROUND: Postoperative morbidity places considerable burden on health and resources. Thus, strategies to identify, predict, and reduce postoperative morbidity are needed. AIMS: To identify and explore existing preoperative ...
    • Redesigning Reading in and for the Disciplines 

      Glasswell, Kathryn; Madda, Christina L; Glasswell, Nicky (Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2022)
      Challenges associated with reading in the disciplines are well documented. In this article, we report on a small-scale study that was part of a larger school-university design-based research collaboration focused on improving ...
    • Progress in Research on Seniors' well-being in tourism: A systematic review 

      Chang, Lu; Moyle, Brent D; Dupre, Karine; Filep, Sebastian; Vada, Sera (Tourism Management Perspectives, 2022)
      Research on well-being has experienced exponential growth in tourism studies. However, knowledge about well-being of seniors in tourism is still limited, and thus conceptually underdeveloped, despite the growth of the ...
    • Navigating the future: New and complex skills for reading and viewing digital online texts 

      Exley, Beryl; Kitson, Lisbeth; Lennon, Sherilyn; Singh, Parlo; Neville, Mary (The Queensland Principal, 2019)
      Our work focuses on the ever-changing textual landscape for learning in school and the significantly new and complex skills required as primary and secondary students read and view digital online texts. For the last decade ...