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|p|The University of Western Australia is one of the best comprehensive universities in Australia and has an international reputation for excellence, innovation and enterprise. It is a member of Australias prestigious Group of Eight universities.|/p||p|The University of Western Australia is one of Australias leading research-intensive universities. It is responsible for almost 70% of the university-based research and development in Western Australia. The 2005 Nobel Prize for Medicine to the University graduate and current researcher Professor Barry Marshall and colleague Emeritus Professor Robin Warren underscores the international excellence of research being conducted at the University of Western Australia.|/p|
Mining in Western Australia, together with the petroleum industry in the state, accounted for 92 per cent of the States and 41% of Australias income from total merchandise exports in 2015-16. The state of Western Australia hosted 111 principal mining projects and hundreds of smaller quarries and mines. The principal projects produced more than 99 per cent of the industrys total sales value. Western Australias mineral and petroleum industry, in 2015-16, had a value of $87.9 billion, of which $69.5 billion was created by the mining industry. Although down 12 per cent from 2014-15, compared with the value of the mineral and petroleum industry in 2005-06 at $43 billion, the industrys current value remains more than twice what it was 10 years ago. Iron ore was, in 2009, the most important commodity in Western Australia, accounting for 46 percent of sales in the states mineral and petroleum industry. The petroleum sector followed in second place with 28 percent of the overall value, consisting ...
We used the Western Australian data linkage system16 to identify women with breast cancer in Western Australia who conceived at least once after their diagnosis of cancer. The system links 15 million health records and includes data from the hospital morbidity database, birth and death registries, mental health services, cancer registry, and midwives notifications. The data are collected from the public and private health sectors for the Western Australian population and include records that date back to 1980. We identified potential cases in two stages. Firstly, the linkage system identified women who were discharged from hospital with an international classification of diseases (ICD) code or a cancer or death registration for breast cancer (invasive or in situ) from 1 January 1982 to 31 December 2000. Age at diagnosis was restricted to 15-44 years. The ICD codes for breast cancer changed during the study period; episodes with a discharge date before 1 July 1999 were identified with ICD-9 or ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - A longitudinal investigation of Western Australian families impacted by parental cancer with adolescent and young adult offspring. AU - Morris, Julia N.. AU - Zajac, Ian. AU - Turnbull, Deborah. AU - Preen, David. AU - Patterson, Pandora. AU - Martini, Angelita. PY - 2019/6/1. Y1 - 2019/6/1. N2 - Objective: Parental cancer is a significant problem for adolescent and young adult offspring. To understand the extent of the problem of parental cancer for Australian offspring, data regarding those impacted are required. The aim of this study was to enumerate and describe the characteristics of Western Australian adolescent and young adult offspring (12-24 years) and their parents with cancer using linked population data. Methods: A retrospective cohort study was conducted using data from the Western Australia Data Linkage System, which provided results generalisable at a national level. Results: Between 1982 and 2015, 57,708 offspring were impacted by 34,600 parents incident ...
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Identifier. http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-148442901. APA citation. Carter, Jeff. (1958). Fossil Downs homestead, Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia, 1958 Retrieved October 18, 2019, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-148442901. MLA citation. Carter, Jeff. Fossil Downs homestead, Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia, 1958 : , 1958. Web. 18 October 2019 ,http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-148442901,. Harvard/Australian citation. Carter, Jeff. 1958, Fossil Downs homestead, Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia, 1958 , viewed 18 October 2019 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-148442901. Wikipedia citation. {{Citation ...
Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, School of Medicine and Pharmacology, University of Western Australia, Murdoch, Western Australia, Australia;†Telethon Kids Institute, University of Western Australia, Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia;‡UWA Centre for Applied Statistics, University of Western Australia, Western Australia, Crawley, Australia;§Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Flinders Medical Centre, South Australia, Adelaide, Australia;‖Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Royal Brisbane and Womens Hospital, Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; and¶Centre for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, Saint John of God Hospital, Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia ...
OPSM has launched a new brand campaign, created by Saatchi&Saatchi, to show off its range of frames.. In the TVC the brand goes cray hunting, crafts bracelets, collects honey, dinner with a local family and to a game of rugby against the Dunsborough Dungbeetles with individuals from Busselton, Western Australia.. The campaign will run online and in store, with a digital catalogue featuring a Shop now function.. Melissa Monneron, marketing director at Luxottica, said: "OPSM has looked after the optical needs of Australians for over 81 years, and in that time has matched faces with frames and lenses that suit their current lifestyle and personality.. "The new campaign pays homage to that, because choosing frames is not just about great fit but finding a pair that suits your personality, and of course your budget. This is what we aim to do at our stores with our expert staff." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_R2bUY74WPg. ...
Data from a survey of Western Australian grain growers are used to characterise the use and perceptions of durum wheat. The main objective was to identify opportunities for extension to increase the level of durum wheat adoption throughout the grain growing regions of WA. Perceptions of durum wheat characteristics were elicited along with other variables used to model the economic value of durum wheat in the local cropping system. Logistic regression analysis found that perceptions of the yield potential were most influential, with almost half of respondents believing current durum wheat varieties were unsuitable for Western Australian conditions. Perceptions of durum rust resistance were also significant in the adoption decision. Informational variables were shown to be of influence; however, critically, past use was not a significant predictor of future use. Before broad extension and promotion of the trialing of durum can be successful, efforts in Western Australia will need to focus on research to
The Western Australian Legislative Council was created in 1832 as an appointed body. In 1870 the then colony was ruled by a governor and an advisory Legislative Council made up of appointed officials and elected members. The Western Australian Legislative Assembly was created in 1890 when the then colony attained self-government. The first premier was John Forrest, who held office until 1901. On 3 November 2011, the government introduced fixed four-year terms for Parliament, with elections being held every four years on the second Saturday in March.[2][3] The 2013 state election was the first election under the fixed date system. The two Houses of the 39th Parliament were prorogued on 30 January 2017 by the Governor of Western Australia and the Legislative Assembly was dissolved on the same day. The term of the Legislative Council will expire on 21 May 2017.[4] The electoral roll closed on Thursday, 9 March 2015.[5] Elections for the 40th Parliament took place on Saturday, 11 March 2017. At the ...
Aim: To investigate using a Western Australian (WA) genealogical database for the identification of single gene and chromosome disorders among families. Method: Hospital admissions for single gene and chromosome disorders recorded during 2000-2006 were identified from the WA Hospital Morbidity Data System. The proportion of these conditions occurring in family groups was then identified using genealogical links created through the WA Family Connections Genealogical Project. Results: There were 216 family clusters among 11,303 people who were recorded as having a genetic or chromosomal disorder on their hospital admission record. The most common single gene conditions found to occur in multiple family members included blood clotting disorders such as Factor VIII deficiency and Von Willebrands disease, followed by cystic fibrosis, myotonic dystrophies, neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis, and osteogenesis imperfecta. Discussion: Single gene disorders most commonly occurring in multiple family ...
The Buddhist Society of Western Australia is a community following the Dhamma of the Buddha. Established in 1973 to serve the Buddhists of Perth and Western Australia, today it is one of the most dynamic groups in Australia supporting Bodhinyana Forest Monastery at Serpentine, Dhammasara Nuns Monastery at Gidgegannup, and a city centre called Dhammaloka in the northern suburbs of Perth. The BSWA also supports this website: bswa.org
In Western Australia, six species of the red algal genus Herposiphonia are known from the low-intertidal to shallow subtidal zones in tropical to warm-temperate regions. Here, we transfer the poorly known Leveillea pectinata Decaisne to Herposiphonia based on a morphology and DNA barcoding of specimens collected from Cape Peron, south of Perth, Western Australia. Herposiphonia pectinata is characterized by a branching pattern of three determinate branches (d) between indeterminate laterals (i) (d/d/d/i), terete determinate branches arising from the same dorsal position (not deflected from side to side), 20-30 segments long with 11-13 pericentral cells per segment, and a lack of vegetative trichoblasts. Cystocarps are located medially on fertile branches and spermatangial branches with a sterile tip are secundly arranged. Morphological comparisons are made with Australian and closely related species: Herposiphonia akidoglossa, Herposiphonia monilifera, Herposiphonia pectinella, Herposiphonia ...
The Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia and the State of Western Australia accept no liability whatsoever by reason of negligence or otherwise arising from the use or release of this information or any part of it. The information in this journal was correct at time of publication. For updated and current information please go to the departments website at https://www.agric.wa.gov.au ...
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The Western Australian Organism List (WAOL) database allows you to search for organisms declared under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007 (BAM Act). It is not a complete list of all organisms in Western Australia or their attributes. Use the database to find the legal status of organisms, control requirements, declared pest species and more.. You can search scientific name, common name, phylum, class, order or family name. ...
The Western Australian Organism List (WAOL) database allows you to search for organisms declared under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007 (BAM Act). It is not a complete list of all organisms in Western Australia or their attributes. Use the database to find the legal status of organisms, control requirements, declared pest species and more.. You can search scientific name, common name, phylum, class, order or family name. ...
Tran, D., Jorm, L., Lujic, S., Bambrick, H. & Johnson, M. (2012). Country of birth recording in Australian hospital morbidity data : Accuracy and predictors. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health,36(4), 310-316. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1753-6405.2012.00893.x ...
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New research has shown that children with an intellectual disability or autism are up to ten times more likely to be admitted to hospital than unaffected children.. The findings by researchers at The University of Western Australia affiliated Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, have been published online in BMJ Open.. The research team looked at more than one million hospital admission records from 416,611 Western Australian children born between 1983 and 1999. Study leader UWA Professor Helen Leonard said the increased risk of hospitalisation varied from two to ten times that of the rest of the population.. "We expected that children with autism or an intellectual disability would require more stays in hospital but this had not been previously documented," Professor Leonard said.. READ MORE ...
The Western Australian Division is active in lobbying government on issues relating to animal welfare and veterinary practice in Western Australia.. The Division holds an annual conference and trade fair each year as well as a number of practitioner seminars in Perth and rural seminars in Albany, Bunbury and Geraldton.. They also offer a Graduate Mentor Program, where new graduates are partnered with a volunteer mentor to support them in their first year in practice.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Late Paleozoic middle-latitude Gondwana environment-stable isotope records from Western Australia. AU - Mii, Horng sheng. AU - Shi, G. R.. AU - Wang, Chin an. PY - 2013/7/1. Y1 - 2013/7/1. N2 - One hundred and twelve Permian fossil brachiopod samples from two Western Australian basins (Carnarvon and Canning Basins) have been analyzed for oxygen and carbon isotopes to study the middle paleolatitude environment in the Permian. All samples were thin sectioned and examined using petrography and cathodoluminescence microscopy for evaluating shell preservation. A total of 249 isotopic analyses from the best preserved portion (non-luminescent; NL) of shells were found useful for inferring paleoenvironments.For the Carnarvon Basin, average δ13C values of NL shells were between 4.2 and 4.5‰ for the Callytharra Formation (N=123; late Sakmarian-early Artinskian), Jimba Jimba Calcarenite (N=7; early Artinskian), Coyrie/Madeline Formations (N=71; both late Artinskian-early Kungurian), and ...
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The details of bibliography - The 1984 Western Australian birth cohort: perinatal and infant mortality identified by maternal race
Women in contact with the Perth gay and lesbian community: Report of the Womens Western Australian Sexual Health - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free.
The study that Sciberras and colleagues argue is ideal for examining the attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) late birth date effect analyses the birth date distribution of 391 Victorian children, of which nine received medication.1 In contrast, our study2 reviewed de-identified data on the month and year of birth for all 5937 Western Australian children born between July 1998 and June 2008, who received at least one Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme subsidised ADHD medication in 2013.. ...
This Operational Directive (OD) describes the minimum requirements for the routine screening and subsequent management of people identified with vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE) in Western Australian (WA) healthcare facilities (HCFs).
Western Australians who want to continue living independently in their communities will benefit from $2.1 million in additional funding for the States Home and Community Care (HACC) program.
Western Australian weather daily temperature and rain summaries including extremes, records and averages as well as archived historical data.
Rough Medicine: Life and Death in the Age of Sail will open at the Western Australian Museum - Geraldton on Saturday, 10 September 2016.
In percentage terms, Western Australias population growth of 17% between June 1996 and June 2006 was higher than the national average of 13% and was the 2nd highest among the states and territories behind Queensland with 23%. In 2005, there were 11,300 deaths registered in Western Australia. The underlying causes of death were mainly cancer (malignant neoplasms), ischaemic heart disease and stroke - together accounting for more than half (55%) of all deaths. ...
The details of bibliography - Preliminary report on the structure and function of nasal cilia in Aboriginal children of the Kimberley region of W.A. [abstract]
This is the fifth publication from the Bankwest Foundation Social Impact Series, and the third report in the research stream of Measuring Outcomes for Impact in the Western Australia Community Sector. The previous reports in this research stream explored the international experience of outcomes measurement [Issue #1] and the views of stakeholders of community sector organisations in Western Australia (Issue #3). In this report, we present the findings of the first major Australian survey of outcomes measurement in the community sector. The Outcomes Measurement in the Western Australian Community Sector Survey was conducted end-2015 and into 2016 and sent to every community sector charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission (ACNC) operating in Western Australia. ...
Im very fortunate to live in a great part of the world, near Fremantle in Western Australia. Im also very fortunate that theres proactive people here who are very concerned about vaccination rates-and are willing to try outreach in a number of different ways. For this interview, I talked to Dr. Katie Attwell, of
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In response to the rising concerns about the rate of heroin-related fatalities, overdose prevention campaigns, run by both users' organizations and government agencies, have been implemented in a number of states across Australia. In Western Australia (WA) in mid-1997, various overdose prevention in...
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Other articles where Mount Narryer is discussed: geologic history of Earth: The pregeologic period: …water-laid clastic sedimentary quartzite from Mount Narryer in western Australia contained detrital zircon grains that were 4.18 billion years old. In 1986 they further discovered that one zircon in a conglomerate only 60 km (about 37 miles) away was 4.276 billion years old; 16 other grains were determined to be…
Gibson Desert, arid zone in the interior of Western Australia. The desert lies south of the Tropic of Capricorn between the Great Sandy Desert (north), the Great Victoria Desert (south), the Northern Territory border (east), and Lake Disappointment (west). The area now constitutes Gibson Desert
Objective: To develop, deliver and evaluate a cancer education course for Indigenous Health Professionals. Method: The cancer education course combines expert presentations, interactive sessions and visits to local cancer treatment centres. Three four-day courses have been run, in both metropolitan and regional Western Australia (WA). Cancer knowledge and confidence were measured at baseline, course completion and at follow-up (six to eight months). Data were analysed within subject. Results: Thirty-five Aboriginal Health Professionals have completed the program, most from rural or remote WA. All confidence items significantly improved at course completion (p,0.005), but improvements for only two items, I know what cancer is and I can describe the different common cancers, were sustained at follow-up (p,0.05). Knowledge of treatment (p,0.05), screening (p,0.05) and the most common cancers in women (p,0.005) were significantly greater after course completion, but increased knowledge was not ...
Communities across Western Australia will share in $551,000 for strategic coastal planning and to undertake projects that improve the condition and amenity of the States coastline.. Planning Minister, Donna Faragher, today announced that 23 projects will receive funding under the latest round of the Liberal National Governments 2016-17 Coastwest and Coastal Management Plan Assistance program.. "WA has more than 20,000 kilometers of coastline and these diverse projects tackle specific regional issues," Mrs Faragher said.. "Several projects will also focus on identifying coastal hazards and developing strategies to adapt to the potential risks of climate change and rising sea levels. "Our ongoing commitment to these programs reflects the importance of good coastal planning as well as on-ground management.". The Minister said that the State Governments commitment was shared by many people with most projects being led by local governments and involving coastal community volunteers and ...
Previous surveys of cereal root disease incidence and severity in Western Australia conducted in the early 1980s and 2006-2008 showed that there has not been a reduction in the incidence or severity of root diseases during the past 25 years. This study was carried out to identify sites which are suppressive for one or more wheat root diseases. Cereal roots were collected from this region and assessed for Rhizoctonia solanai (AG8), Fusarium pseudograminearum (fusarium crown rot), Gaumanomyces graminis var. tritici (take-all) and Pratylenchus neglectus (root lesion nematodes; RLN) at anthesis in 2010, 2011 and 2012. We identified 16 paddocks for rhizoctonia, nine for take-all, 22 for crown rot and six for RLN as potentially suppressive in these years. Soil from each potentially suppressive site was amended with different rates of carbohydrate and inoculated with the pathogen being bio assayed (rhizoctonia or take-all) along with a positive control from Esperance, WA and placed in a growth cabinet ...
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The University of Western Australia states that the goal of this collaboration with the Bushfire CRC is to apply knowledge from psychological constructs and theories on decision making, cognitive and community behaviours to behaviour by residents of bushfire prone communities, and to develop ways to reduce the risk posed by bushfires.. ...
CAMBRIDGE, MA and PERTH, AUSTRALIA--(Marketwired - Apr 11, 2013) - Sarepta Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: SRPT) and the University of Western Australia (UWA) today announced that they have entered into an exclusive, worldwide licensing agreement for intellectual property rights to support the development of exon-skipping drug candidates for the treatment of...
TY - JOUR. T1 - An acetyl fentanyl death in Western Australia. AU - Moss, Daniel M.. AU - Brown, David H.. AU - Douglas, Bianca J.. PY - 2019/1/2. Y1 - 2019/1/2. N2 - Post-mortem case details, including toxicology, of deaths involving novel psychoactive substances (NPS) are limited due to the relatively recent emergence of NPS as a global problem. Acetyl fentanyl, an illicit fentanyl analogue, is no exception, with its prevalence being documented since 2013. This case report seeks to provide pathology and toxicology findings of a sudden death attributed to acetyl fentanyl use. Following injection of acetyl fentanyl, a 24-year old male died suddenly. The autopsy indicated pulmonary oedema and congestion, and early aspiration pneumonia as the only notable findings. Preliminary toxicology testing was inconclusive until drug paraphernalia found at the scene of death was shown to contain acetyl fentanyl. Subsequent toxicological analysis of the post-mortem samples revealed an acetyl fentanyl blood ...