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Tagged as Dr Katrina Radford

Recent survey explores the well-being of older Australians during COVID-19

While well-being is predicted to decrease with higher levels of loneliness during COVID-19, a recent study shows that higher levels of social networking reduce the… Read More

How does an employee’s purpose modify their behaviour at work?

The way employees behave in the workplace has a direct impact on the organisation’s culture and success. The continuous and rapidly changing employment environment of… Read More

Exploring the roles and behaviours of young carers in Australia

Recent statistics in Australia reveal that there are approximately 350,000 young carers in Australia and half of these are under the age of eighteen. Read More

Griffith alumnus maintains intergenerational connections during lockdown

Following the Federal Government announcement, encouraging aged care providers to limit the number of visits to their facility under the national guidelines to control… Read More

We are all in this together: How do students cope and adapt to online studies?

In a 2019 research project investigating the study choices of management students, Dr Katrina Radford, Dr Harsha Sarvaiya, Dr CJ Wang and… Read More

How to get an intergenerational program up and running

Since beginning the Griffith University intergerational care project in 2017, the interest in intergenerational programs has grown immensely and there is a ground swell with… Read More

Hearing children’s voices in intergenerational learning and practice

Children are active participants in intergenerational care learning opportunities and programs, however, children’s agency within these programs is often not clear. The perspectives and contributions… Read More

A heart-warming experiment raising our national movement for Intergenerational Playgroups

Following the new series “Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds” which first aired in August, the ABC hosted a screening of the final episode… Read More

How to make intergenerational learning programs the norm in Australia

Griffith research is demonstrating how merging child care and aged care systems, along with the widespread implementation of Intergenerational Care programs can enhance engagement and… Read More

So many roads and detours: Exploring students’ study mode choices

Attraction and retention of students is a primary concern for education. The global shift of face to face mode to online creates choices for students. Read More

Business ethics during a pandemic: ABEN responds to COVID-19
Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Research project feeds into recovery effort
China is not an enemy
Virtual conversations with Australasian Business Ethics Network

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