Browsing 16 Studies in Human Society by Author "Carroll, Katherine"

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Browsing 16 Studies in Human Society by Author "Carroll, Katherine"

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  • Carroll, Katherine; Mesman, Jessica (e-content management pty ltd, 2011)
    Research involves a complex network of universities, external funding bodies and industry, and researchers are increasingly faced with pressure to produce outcomes within tight temporal deadlines. This offers fresh challenges ...
  • Carroll, Katherine; Reiger, Kerreen (e-content management pty ltd, 2005)
    Since their accreditation as a professional specialty in 1985, lactation consultants have grown in number and prominence in maternity care. In North America and Australia, breastfeeding management is now a domain increasingly ...
  • Waldby, Catherine; Kerridge, Ian; Boulos, M; Carroll, Katherine (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2013)
    We report the results of a qualitative study carried out in metropolitan Australia between 2009 and 2011 that canvassed the issue of payment for research oocyte donation with participants drawn from three potential donor ...
  • Long, Debbie; Forsyth, Rowena; Iedema, Roderick; Carroll, Katherine (EContent Management Pty Ltd, 2006)
    In this article, we argue that homogenising discussions of medical dominance on the meta-level of professions do not fully capture the complexity that characterises current clinical care in multidisciplinary health care ...
  • Carroll, Katherine (Sage Publications Ltd, 2013)
    A researcher's emotional labour is inextricably linked to the methodological and ethical underpinnings of doing' sensitive and some feminist research. However, a key component of the emotional labour theory does not fit ...
  • Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Travaglia, Jo; Westbrook, Mary; Jorm, Christine; Hunter, Cynthia; Carroll, Katherine; Iedema, Roderick; Ekambareshwar, Mahalakshmi (UNSW, 2006)
    This report presents the findings of multiple studies conducted to evaluate the Incident Information Management System (IIMS) for NSW Health. IIMS was introduced by NSW Health to act as a core mechanism for safety and ...