Kate Anderson

Jeannie Devitt3
Cilla Preece3
Joan Cunningham3
3Jeannie Devitt
3Cilla Preece
3Joan Cunningham
3Alan Cass
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BACKGROUND Indigenous Australians are slightly more than 2% of the total Australian population however, in recent years they have comprised between 6 and 10% of new patients beginning treatment for end-stage kidney disease (ESKD). Although transplant is considered the optimal form of treatment for many ESKD patients there is a pronounced disparity between(More)
We explore how digital technology might support the documentation of experiences of participatory arts engagement. During a fourteen session workshop series, we worked with artists, project managers, support workers and participants to explore the integration of digital media capture and presentation technologies into participatory arts workshops, and the(More)
BACKGROUND In common with Indigenous populations elsewhere, Indigenous Australians have higher incidence of end-stage kidney disease (ESKD), but lower transplantation rates than their non-Indigenous counterparts. Understanding how the demands of dialysis impact on, and are impacted by, the lives of Indigenous patients may provide important insight into(More)
How do mothers communicate to young children about location. has been approved by the Examining Committee for the thesis requirement for the Master of Arts degree in Psychology at the May 2010 graduation. Winnike for their help with data collection, transcribing, and coding. iv ABSTRACT We conducted three experiments to better understand how mothers(More)
INTRODUCTION Indigenous Australians suffer markedly higher rates of end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) but are less likely than their non-Indigenous counterparts to receive a transplant. This difference is not fully explained by measurable clinical differences. Previous work suggests that Indigenous Australian patients may be regarded by treating specialists(More)
Approximately 1.3% of all people, or about 4 million Americans, cannot rely on their natural speech to meet their daily communication needs. Telepractice offers a potentially cost-effective service delivery mechanism to provide clinical AAC services at a distance to the benefit of underserved populations in the United States and worldwide. Tele-AAC is a(More)
The program was funded through a grant from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Each grant awarded was up to $25,000. In addition to submitting a paper, successful applicants also present their results to SSA in Washington, DC. part of a consortium that includes a parallel centers at the University of Michigan and the National Bureau of Economic(More)
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