Robyn Mildon PhD is the founding executive director of the Centre for Evidence and Implementation (CEI). Robyn is an internationally recognised figure in the field of evidence synthesis and translation, implementation science and program and policy evaluations in health and human services.
The European Implementation Collaborative engages a broad range of individual and organisational stakeholders in the field of implementation.. Robyn Mildon, and Aron Shlonsky to discuss pertinent questions that researchers, practitioners, and policymakers will face in moving forward. The main aim of this PhD thesis is to contribute to the.
Skill acquisition in parents with an intellectual disability: The effectiveness of in-home behavioural parent training A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Robyn Mildon B.A., M.A. (First Class Hons) Division of Psychology School of Health Sciences RMIT University March 2008.
This thesis contextualises the life and work of John Josias Conybeare (1779-1824), one of the first to hold the Rawlinson chair of Anglo-Saxon at the University of Oxford, and considers his contribution to the development of Old English studies as a discipline.
Background: Breastfeeding complications impact on the woman’s ability to initiate and sustain breastfeeding. A local government in-home breastfeeding programme was established to provide support for breastfeeding women after hospital discharge. A purpose built database to record maternal-infant data was piloted during 2001-2003 and data continued to be collected until 2007. This thesis.
PhD Thesis - School of Sport. Luciana De Martin Silva - Sports coaching students' learning and identity development - A longitudinal study FINAL THESIS(FINAL after corrections acc.pdf (1.963Mb).Learn More
Robyn Mildon PhD is the founding Executive Director of the Centre for Evidence and Implementation, is an independent, not-for-profit evidence intermediary. She is an internationally recognised leader with a long-standing career focused on the use and implementation of evidence to achieve social impact for children, families and communities.Learn More
The SPS Library holds a range of MPhil Theses and a small collection of PhD Theses (unfortunately we do not hold any Undergraduate theses for Sociology, only Land Economy - if you require access to previous years' Undergrad theses for Sociology, please contact the departmental administrators).Learn More
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Robyn completed her doctorate in 2011 at UQ, where she developed a model to predict the duration of vegetative and reproductive phases of herbs in response to temperature, vernalisation and daylength.Learn More
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Robyn Lamont is a post doctoral research fellow and physiotherapist researching the assessment and physiotherapy management of people with neurological conditions including people with Parkinson's disease. Robyn's current research focuses on the assessment of community ambulation and participation in people with Parkinson's disease and the.Learn More
Robyn’s research focuses on gender, sexuality and law, with a particular emphasis on human rights. Robyn has been active in campaigning for transgender rights and law reform for some years. Her PhD examined human rights-based developments relating to the situation of transgender prisoners in the UK.Learn More
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Thesis: A comparison of corneal, pancreas and skin allografts in mice (1991) Professor Robyn Guymer AM FAHMS was awarded an Elizabeth Blackburn Fellow from the NHMRC, and works in Ophthalmology at Melbourne University. Guymer is a senior retinal specialist within the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, and is the Deputy Director, Centre for.Learn More
The aim of this PhD thesis, therefore, was to explore what type of humour is used, why it was used and the effects of such humour on the context that it occurs. In adopting an interpretive methodology, through ethnographic methods, data were collected by tracking and observing the coaches and players of Senghenyndd City F.C. (pseudonym) during the course of their domestic season.Learn More