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Childhood Transformed? Risk Perceptions and the Decline of Free Play
Occupational therapists have been concerned with the health-promoting aspects of children's play. The evidence suggests that children's freedom to play away from adult supervision has declined inExpand
Over-exercising in anorexic and normal samples: Behaviour and attitudes
Exercise, attitudes, motivation and behaviour were compared in groups of female anorexic patients and groups of males and females without eating disorders. The anorexic group were significantly moreExpand
Implementation of the Strengths Model at an Area Mental Health Service
Recovery-focused care is feasible and can enhance current practice of mental health services and the implementation of the Strengths Model at St. Vincent's Mental Health Melbourne is discussed with particular emphasis on the process of implementation. Expand
Storage and safe use of medicines on farm
The precautions that should be taken by farm staff and veterinary surgeons when handling medicines to maintain a safe working environment and provide the best animal care are described. Expand
From social security to individual responsibility (Part Two): Writing off poor women's work in the Welfare Reform Act 2009
This is the second paper of a 2-part article which draws on interdisciplinary feminist perspectives to critique New Labour's welfare reform agenda. Through examining the Welfare Reform Bill and theExpand
Education and public health
Evaluation of an alternative transport initiative in Perth, Western Australia, 2000-04.
The DPI's Bike to Work Breakfast is a popular event within the cycling calendar that provides the opportunity to gain a snapshot of cycling behaviours and attitudes of cyclists, and has the potential to investigate barriers and enablers to cycling on a regular basis. Expand