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Clinical decision making among sexual abuse counsellors working with child and adult survivors of sexual abuse: A New Zealand study
(The New Zealand Psychological Society, 2013)
Providing therapy for child and adult sexual abuse survivors is a complex area of therapeutic practice. A nationwide survey was undertaken in order to investigate the decision-making processes of practitioners working with ...
Ageing in place: retirement intentions of New Zealand nurses aged 50+.
(Victoria University, New Zealand, 2013-02-08)
Ageing in place: The retirement intentions of nurses in New Zealand aged 50 and above
(Victoria University Wellington, 2013-03-01)
Aims: The aim of the Late Career Nurse research project was to determine the characteristics of nurses working in New Zealand who were born before 1960; their experiences in the workplace; their perceptions of their health ...
Indoor Environment Quality and Productivity: Fable or Fact? A review of past studies
Extensive research that observed a positive relationship between occupant productivity and indoor environment quality (IEQ) in offices emerged in the early 2000s. Since then, it has successfully suggested that as a result ...
Orthographic reform in Cook Islands Māori: Human considerations and language revitalisation implications
(University of Hawaiʻi, 2013-02-28)
Improving the writing of engineering students through portfolios
(American Society for Engineering Education, 2013)
The Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, has trialled the development and assessment of student writing, sketching, and oral presentation skills through a compulsory ...
The social innovation continuum: Towards addressing definitional ambiguity
From a social problem-solution springboard, this paper develops a framework to capture the breadth and fluidity of social innovation within the contemporary landscape of innovation. The social innovation continuum advanced ...