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Embedding immersive virtual reality in classrooms: Ethical, organisational and educational lessons in bridging research and practice
Abstract Increasing numbers of children and young people are experiencing immersive virtual reality as part of leisure and schooling. Immersive virtual reality mediated through head-mounted displaysExpand
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Disadvantage and the ‘capacity to aspire’ to medical school
This study was designed to elucidate why students from backgrounds of lower socio‐economic status (SES) and who may be first in their family (FIF) to enter university continue to be under‐representedExpand
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Living with hepatitis C: A sociological review
This paper reviews international and Australian literature related to living with hepatitis C infection. At present scholarly research into this worldwide epidemic focuses on medical and scientificExpand
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The Return-To-Work Coordinator Role: Qualitative Insights for Nursing
Introduction Few studies have examined the role of RTW Coordination from the perspective of RTW Coordinator’s. Furthermore there is little health specific literature on returning injured nurses toExpand
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University student perspectives on institutional non-disclosure of disability and learning challenges: reasons for staying invisible
ABSTRACT Students with disabilities (SWD) in Australian higher education need to disclose to their institution to access a range of ‘reasonable adjustments’ to support their learning. Nationally,Expand
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Peer education: From enduring problematics to pedagogical potential
Background: Peer education is a much-used approach to health education with young people and marginalised groups. Rarely, however, has the concept been interrogated for its meaning and usefulness,Expand
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Physiotherapists' knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding clinical prediction rules for low back pain.
Clinical Prediction Rules (CPRs) have been developed to assist in the physiotherapy management of low back pain (LBP) although little is known about the factors that may influence theirExpand
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Experiences of medical students who are first in family to attend university
Students from backgrounds of low socio‐economic status (SES) or who are first in family to attend university (FiF) are under‐represented in medicine. Research has focused on these students’Expand
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Older Women, Deeper Learning, and Greater Satisfaction at University: Age and Gender Predict University Students’ Learning Approach and Degree Satisfaction
The present study explored the interactive effect of age and gender in predicting surface and deep learning approaches. It also investigated how these variables related to degree satisfaction.Expand
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Travels in extreme social mobility: how first-in-family students find their way into and through medical education
ABSTRACT Higher education is understood as essential to enabling social mobility. Research and policy have centred on access to university, but recently attention has turned to the journey of socialExpand
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