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  • Nerida Creswick | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    and IT professionals perceive to be the key factors in the use of clinical information systems more by Nerida Creswick Publisher search informit com au Publication Date Jan 1 2002 Publication Name HIC 2002 Proceedings Improving Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The development design testing refinement simulation and application of an evaluation framework for communities of practice and social professional more by Nerida Creswick Publisher biomedcentral com Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name BMC health services View on biomedcentral com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The medication advice seeking network of staff in an Australian hospital renal ward more by Nerida Creswick Publisher ncbi nlm nih gov Publication Date Jan 1 2007 Publication Name Studies in health technology and Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Examining the socialising and problem solving networks of clinicians on a hospital ward more by Nerida Creswick Publisher acspri org au Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Publication Name of the Australian Consortium for Social Download pdf Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Use of information and communication technologies to support effective work practice innovation in the health sector a multi site study more by Nerida Creswick Publisher biomedcentral com Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name BMC health services View on biomedcentral com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Understanding communication networks in the emergency department more by Nerida Creswick Publisher biomedcentral com Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name BMC Health Services View on biomedcentral com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Computerized Provider Order Entry what are health professionals concerned about A qualitative study in an Australian hospital more by Nerida Creswick Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name International Journal of Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Mobile and fixed

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  • Adam Dunn | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    source influences the publication of clinical trials relatively little is known about how funding influences trial design We examined a public trial registry to determine how funding source more Although it is well established that funding source influences the publication of clinical trials relatively little is known about how funding influences trial design We examined a public trial registry to determine how funding source shapes trial design among trials involving antihyperlipidemics We used an automated process to identify and analyze 809 trials from a set of 72 564 Three networks representing industry collaboratively and non industry funded trials were constructed Each network comprised 18 drugs as nodes connected according to the number of comparisons made between them The results indicated that industry funded trials were more likely to compare across drugs and examine dyslipidemia as a condition and less likely to register safety outcomes The source of funding for clinical trials had a measurable effect on trial design which helps quantify differences in research agendas Improved monitoring of current clinical trials may be used to more closely align research agendas to clinical needs More Info Clinical Pharmacology Therapeutics Research Interests Comparative Effectiveness Clinical Pharmacology Evidence based medicine Clinical Trials Hyperlipidaemia and 1 more Cholesterol edit View on nature com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section A simulation framework for mapping risks in clinical processes the case of in patient transfers more by Adam Dunn Publisher jamia bmj com Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Journal of the Research Interests Computational Modelling Risk Prospective Risk Analysis Organisational Processes and Organization and delivery of healthcare edit View on 171 67 114 118 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Interpreting social network metrics in healthcare organisations a review and guide to validating small networks more by Adam Dunn Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Social Science Medicine Research Interests Social Networks Medicine and Organisational Processes edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Agent Based Modelling for Risk Assessment of Routine Clinical Processes more by Adam Dunn Prospective risk analysis is difficult in complex sociotechnical systems where humans interact with one other and with information systems Traditional prospective risk analysis methods typically capture one risk at a time and rely on the more Prospective risk analysis is difficult in complex sociotechnical systems where humans interact with one other and with information systems Traditional prospective risk analysis methods typically capture one risk at a time and rely on the specification of a chronological sequence of errors occurring in combination The aim here is to introduce agent based risk assessment ABRA which addresses these issues by simulating multiple concurrent and sequential interactions amongst autonomous agents that act according to their own goals The methodology underlying the construction simulation and validation of ABRA models is detailed along with practical considerations associated with implementation for which the Brahms agent based simulation framework is used The challenges of implementing agent based risk assessment models include the need for well defined work processes

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  • Wendy Lipworth | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    gov Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Journal of law and medicine Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Time for the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee to set its own agenda more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher cat inist fr Publication Date Jan 1 2012 Publication Name Medical journal of Australia Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Saving money on the PBS ranibizumab or bevacizumab for neovascular macular degeneration more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher mja com au Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Medical Journal of Download pdf Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Racially conditional donation The example of umbilical cord blood more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher vifm org Publication Date Jan 1 2012 Publication Name Journal of Law and Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Rehabilitating the Social in Biomedical Publishing Embracing Community and Intersubjectivity in Manuscript Review more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher University of Sydney Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Evidence based medicine and epistemological imperialism narrowing the divide between evidence and illness more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher Wiley Online Library Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Journal of Evaluation in Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Another argument for values based medicine more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher ijpcm org Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name International Journal of Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Consent a need for guidelines to reflect local considerations more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher nature com Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Nature Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section How clinical and research failures lead to suboptimal prescribing the example of chronic gout more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher bmj com Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name BMJ Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Balance Balancing and Health more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher qhr sagepub com Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Qualitative Health Research Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Why is disulfiram not on the PBS more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher cat inist fr Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Medical journal of Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Reconfiguring tissue banking consent through enrichment of a restricted debate more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher ses library usyd edu au Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Beyond the consulting room intuition and intersubjectivity in journal peer review more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher apy sagepub com Publication Date Jan 1 2009 Publication Name Australasian Psychiatry View on informahealthcare com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Managing scientific uncertainty in health legislation more by Wendy Lipworth Publication Date Jan 1 2007 Publication Name Internal Medicine Journal View on blackwell synergy com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Shifting power relations and the ethics of journal peer review more by Wendy Lipworth Publisher Taylor Francis Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Social Epistemology Share Facebook

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    journals as these journals were indexed only in national and LIS specific databases such databases must be included to obtain a reliable picture of Australian LIS research productivity More Info Together with Wilson Concepción S Kennan Mary Anne Willard Patricia Volume 53 Issue 1 Page 49 68 Journal Name Journal of Education in Library and Information Science Publication Date Jan 2012 Research Interests Australia Library and Information Science History of Library and Information Science and Bibliographic Databases edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Publications of Australian LIS Academics in Databases more by Sebastian K Boell This paper examines aspects of journal articles published from 1967 to 2008 located in eight databases and authored or co authored by academics serving for at least two years in Australian LIS programs from 1959 to 2008 These aspects more This paper examines aspects of journal articles published from 1967 to 2008 located in eight databases and authored or co authored by academics serving for at least two years in Australian LIS programs from 1959 to 2008 These aspects are inclusion of publications in databases publications in journals authorship characteristics of publications productivity and subject content of publications over time Results indicate that national and LIS specific databases provided adequate coverage however no single database provided over half of all publications More than half of all articles were published in national journals focusing on aspects of LIS in Australia however there is a trend for increasing publications in international journals Most of the earlier publications had one author but multiple authorship in publications has increased since 1999 Overall the number of publications per LIS academic is low however per capita productivity has been increasing since the mid 1990s Finally titles of articles reveal a shift from library related terms to information related terms More Info Together with Wilson Concepción S Kennan Mary Anne Willard Patricia Volume 43 Issue 3 Page 211 230 Journal Name Australian Academic and Research Libraries Publication Date Sep 2011 Research Interests History of Library and Information Science Australia Bibliographic Databases and Library and Information Science edit Download pdf Quick view View on search informit com au Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Usage of different Web Impact Factors for Ranking Australian Universities more by Sebastian K Boell This study describes how search engines SE can be employed for automated efficient data gathering for Webometric studies using well defined query specfic URLs in SE predictable URLs It then compares the usage of staff related Web more This study describes how search engines SE can be employed for automated efficient data gathering for Webometric studies using well defined query specfic URLs in SE predictable URLs It then compares the usage of staff related Web Impact Factors WIFs to web impact factors for a ranking of Australian universities showing that rankings based on staff related WIFs correlate much better with an established ranking from the Melbourne Institute than commonly used WIFs In fact WIFs do not correlate with the Melbourne ranking at all It also compares WIF data for Australian Universities provided by Smith 1 for a longitudinal comparison of the WIF of Australian Universities over the last decade It shows that size dependent WIF values declined for most Australian universities over the last ten years while staffdependent WIFs shows a riding trend More Info Together with Wilson Concepción S Cole Fletcher T H Volume 2 Issue 2 Page 57 70 Journal Name COLLNET journal of Scientometrics and Information Management Publication Date 2008 Research Interests Webometrics Australia and University ranking edit Download pdf Quick view View on connectjournals com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Attributes Of Information more by Sebastian K Boell This paper investigates the concept of information It follows different approaches for defining information before discussing a knowledge in action view on information as part of sociomaterial practices Drawing from Stamper s 1991 more This paper investigates the concept of information It follows different approaches for defining information before discussing a knowledge in action view on information as part of sociomaterial practices Drawing from Stamper s 1991 extended semiological framework the paper proposes its reinterpretation to study information as a sociomaterial phenomenon The paper further argues that rather than focusing on finding general definitions for information intellectual efforts should concentrate on characteristics and attributes of information Combining earlier efforts in this direction different attributes of information such as novelty time dependence or goal relevance are introduced Locating those attributes within Stamper s extended semiological framework helps to identify different aspects of sociomaterial context affecting information Understanding and paying attention to information through its attributes can therefore provide guidance for researching information and possibly help advancing the development of information systems More Info Together with Cecez Kecmanovic Dubravka Paper 129 Publication Date Aug 2010 Publication Name Americas Conference on Information Systems 2010 AMCIS 2010 Download pdf Quick view View on aisel aisnet org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Are Systematic Reviews better less biased and of higher quality more by Sebastian K Boell Literature reviews are central to any academic research Whether journal article conference presentation or research thesis it is necessary for all of them to provide an overview of earlier research in order to contextualize one s own more Literature reviews are central to any academic research Whether journal article conference presentation or research thesis it is necessary for all of them to provide an overview of earlier research in order to contextualize one s own findings More fundamentally the beginning of any research is crucially dependent on an appropriate literature review In recent years a supposedly new form of literature review has emerged so called systematic reviews The aim of this paper is to question the key premises of systematic reviews and demonstrate that the claims they are less biased and more rigorous than so called narrative reviews do not hold This paper briefly introduces the origin of systematic reviews and explains how they are undertaken Based on this

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  • Anna Gunnthorsdottir | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    contribution based grouping with two endowment levels more by Anna Gunnthorsdottir This work received an Emerald Literati Best Author Award 2011 Purpose and approach We examine theoretically and experimentally how unequal abilities to contribute affect incentives and efficiency when players compete for membership more This work received an Emerald Literati Best Author Award 2011 Purpose and approach We examine theoretically and experimentally how unequal abilities to contribute affect incentives and efficiency when players compete for membership in stratified groups based on the contributions they make Players have either a low or a high endowment Once assigned to a group based on their group contribution players share equally in their group s collective output Depending on the parameters the mechanism has several distinct equilibria that differ in efficiency Findings Somewhat counter to conventional expectation our theoretical analysis indicates that as long as certain assumptions are satisfied efficiency increases rather than decreases the more abilities to contribute differ The analysis also suggests various follow up experiments about equilibrium selection tacit coordination and the effect of unequal abilities in systems with endogenous grouping We conduct an experiment that shows that subjects tacitly coordinate the mechanism s asymmetric payoff dominant equilibrium with precision this precision is robust to a change in the structure and complexity of the game Implications The results suggest that people respond to merit based grouping in a natural way and that competitive contribution based grouping encourages public contributions even when abilities to contribute differ which is the case in all communities and societies More Info by Gunnthorsdottir A R Vragov J Shen 2010 In R M Isaac D A Norton Eds Research in Experimental Economics 13 13 75 Research Interests Coordination Voluntary Contribution Mechanism Endogenous Grouping Contribution Based Grouping Meritocracy and 1 more Public Good edit Download pdf Quick view View on gunnthorsdottir com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The Persuasive Effects of Emotive Visual Imagery Superficial Manipulation or the Product of Passionate Reason more by Anna Gunnthorsdottir We show that those involved in environmental and conservation issues are more susceptible to an animal s attractiveness Thus protectionists using images of cute or beautiful animals in order to gain support are effectively preaching to more We show that those involved in environmental and conservation issues are more susceptible to an animal s attractiveness Thus protectionists using images of cute or beautiful animals in order to gain support are effectively preaching to the quire More Info This experimental study examines the effect of animal attractiveness on support for its conservation More attractive animals get more support but an animal s attractiveness is more persuasive for those already sympathetic to conservation causes Publisher Wiley Online Library Publication Date Jan 1 2000 Publication Name Political Psychology Research Interests Animal Attractiveness and Environmentalism edit Download pdf Quick view View on anna rvik com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Embedding Social Dilemmas In Intergroup Competition Reduces Free Riding more by Anna Gunnthorsdottir Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Publication Name

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  • Leslie Hems | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Social Capital Nonprofit Studies Social Economy and 6 more Social Enterprises Management Nonprofit Nonprofit Accounting Social Accounting Performance Measures and Business edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed

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  • Allya Paramita Koesoema | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    of Business Faculty Member edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Business Entrepreneurship Management of Innovation and 1 more Knowledge Creativity Management edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/AllyaParamitaKoesoema (2012-11-08)
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  • Johann Peter Murmann | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Year of the AGSM MBA Executive and the academic director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship He served as the head of the Strategy Entrepreneurship faculty group from January 2007 to May 2011 Before joining the Australian School of Business in January 2006 he was on the faculty of Northwestern University s Kellogg School of Management from 1997 to 2005 Recently he was a visiting fellow at Harvard Business School and the University of Paris East Murmann also served as a visiting professor at the Helsinki University of Technology and the University of Lille 1 In 2001 2 he was a research fellow at the Berlin Social Science Center WZB as well as the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Germany Professor Murmann received a BA in Philosophy with honors from the University of California at Berkeley and a Masters and PhD degree with distinction in Management and Organizations 1998 from Columbia University Murmann s research is mainly focused on studying systematically how firms gain and lose competitive advantage over long periods of time His award winning comparative study of the early history of the synthetic dye industry was published in 2003 by Cambridge University Press under the title

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