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Research Week 2011 presentations now available

Friday, 23 September 2011

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Research Week 2011 presentations are now available at Research Online, ECU’s official repository that highlights and promotes research outputs created by staff and post graduate students at Edith Cowan University.

Institutional Repositories bring together a university's published research output in electronic form. The aim of a repository is to preserve and provide open access to that research.

Visit Research Online to download the following presentations. More presentations will be available soon.

     
Presenter Presentation
Dr Ghialy Yap Using panel data econometrics in tourism demand research
Dr Llandis Barratt-Pugh & Dr Sue Bahn Research Engagement: What we have learned about building collaborative research relationships
Dr Guillermo Campitelli The relationship between Psychology and Economics: The case of Behavioural Finance
Dr Helen Cripps Finding and managing government research contracts
Professor  Rob Newton
Associate Professor Daniel Galvão
Dr Prue Cormie
Dr Michael Baker
Dr Carolyn McIntyre
Exercise as Medicine for Cancer
Dr Silvia Torezani
Ms Marziya Mohammedali
Digital Tools for Research
Mr Irfan Ullah Selective Transmission of RF Signals through Energy Saving Glass for smart buildings
Dr David Veal A Graphical User Interface for the Blind and Deafblind
Ms Lyn Leslie The Search Matrix: The point from which something else develops
Ms Julia Gross Your research data as a valuable asset: Taking the long term view
Ms Deborah Sundin End-of-life Decision-making in Critical Care: minimising the suffering
Dr Llandis Barratt-Pugh & Dr Sue Bahn Mandatory Safety Training:  investigating the implementation of compulsory pre-site construction training

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