Cate Thomas

Cate Thomas
Charles Sturt University · School of Humanities and Social Sciences

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There are many efforts and strategies in place to increase the inclusivity of workplaces which is a positive approach, but little thought is provided to the personal cost of participants in undertaking some of these initiatives. Often due to the choice of pedagogy, participants may be placed in the situation to reveal hidden parts of their identity...
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Introduction: While artificial intelligence (AI) and recent developments in deep learning (DL) have sparked interest in medical imaging, there has been little commentary on the impact of AI on imaging technologists. The aim of this survey was to understand the attitudes, applications and concerns among nuclear medicine and radiography professional...
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Background: Intersectionality contests that individuals have multiple characteristics in their identity that cannot be siloed or deemed exclusive to each other. Understanding and utilising an intersectional lens in organisations can increase inclusion of individuals and organisational performance. An educational package known as the Intersectionali...
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. 1) Background: Intersectionality contests that individuals have multiple characteristics in their identity that cannot be siloed or deemed exclusive to each other. Understanding and utilising an intersectional lens in organisations can increase inclusion of individuals and organisational performance. An educational package known as the Intersecti...
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The research question driving this project was ‘what is the congruence between the lived experience of gender and a policy designed to improve gender equity in a university environment?’ The study used mixed methods to investigate the question. These methods included analysis of organisational travel data, and a collaborative autoethnography of par...
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The barriers to women’s achievement and career progression in the higher education sector have been well researched. It has long been acknowledged that career breaks for child-rearing, and women’s self-beliefs about their abilities can impact negatively on their careers, and many programs and policies have been implemented to redress these around t...
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Challenging social constructs, barriers and blockages to social inclusion, social cohesion, social justice, respect for diversity and human rights experienced by people living with disabilities is essential social work. This chapter presents through an auto-ethnographic investigation a critical reflection into society’s norms about deserving or und...
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Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a complex process of enquiry and reasoning undertaken by practitioners to ensure defensible healthcare decisions are made. This study investigated the impact of different learning contexts on undergraduate healthcare students’ EBP confidence and attitudes. Within a broader project, 231 third- and fourth-year student...
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Social work curricula and education is undertaking a transformation. Eco-social models of practice that encompass environmental and sustainability issues can no longer be ignored, especially in a dominant capitalist society. This paper will present insight into the journey and challenges undertaken in delivering environmental social work and sustai...
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Social work and welfare education sectors have an obligation to be proactive and prepare students for their future careers. An important component is the response to changes in climate and the increasingly violent weather pattern events that disproportionally impact the most vulnerable in society. Mortality, morbidity and food insecurity will incre...

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