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'Unheimlich' or 'not-at-homeness'
(AUT University, 2008)
Waikato 2011 centile charts for assessment of time to run 550m [Microsoft Excel workbook]
Centile charts show the position of a measurement compared to a reference population. They are useful for comparing measurements that change with growth and time for an individual or a group. The time to run 550 m was ...
Initial thoughts: building a social movement to transform institutional racism in Aotearoa
(Public Health Association, 2013)
In the 1980s public servants exposed systemic institutional racism within the administration of the public sector through a series of reports; the most well-known of which being Puao te a Ata tu (Ministerial Advisory ...
Exploration of the impact of gambling and problem gambling on Pacific families and communities in New Zealand
(Gambling and Addictions Research Centre, AUT University, 2013)
Challenging the western pedagogy: helping university students thrive through collaborative learning and assessment
(Society for Community Research and Action, 2013)
Intranasal Fentanyl - an effective first line analgesia for children
(Emergency Nurse New Zealand, 2009)
Rapid and effective analgesia is important particularly when intravenous (IV) access is unavailable. Children present unique challenges and achieving effective analgesia and this may often be delayed due to staff skill and ...
Sharing good NEWS across the world: developing comparable scores across 12 countries for the Neighborhood Environment Walkability Scale (NEWS)
(BioMed Central Ltd., 2013)
Background The IPEN (International Physical Activity and Environment Network) Adult project seeks to conduct pooled analyses of associations of perceived neighborhood environment, as measured by the Neighborhood Environment ...
A theoretical look at biculturalism in intercountry adoption
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
Intercountry adoption has been, and continues to be, a popular method of family formation worldwide, as well as a means of providing homes for children who would otherwise remain parentless. The popularity of this social ...
'Domesticating' low carbon thermal technologies: diversity, multiplicity and variability in older person, off grid households
The uptake of low carbon heating technologies forms an important part of government strategies to reduce carbon emissions. Yet our understanding of why such technologies are adopted and how they are engaged with post-adoption, ...
Looking in – Looking out: centre for refugee education staff perspectives of refugee children settling in New Zealand
(Centre for Asian and Ethnic Minority Health Research (CAHRE), the University of Auckland, 2012)