Associate Professor Ann Dadich
Associate Professor Ann Dadich
School of Business, University of Western Sydney
Verified email at uws.edu.au - Homepage
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Effective recruitment strategies in primary care research: a systematic review
I Ngune, M Jiwa, A Dadich, J Lotriet, D Sriram
Quality in primary care 20 (2), 115-123, 2012
682012
Competing voices: Marketing and counter-marketing alcohol on Twitter
S Burton, A Dadich, A Soboleva
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 25 (2), 186-209, 2013
622013
Evaluating playgroups: An examination of issues and options
AM Dadich, C Spooner
The Australian Community Psychologist, 2008
492008
Using visual analytics to improve hospital scheduling and patient flow
J Anneke Fitzgerald, A Dadich
Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research 4 (2), 20-30, 2009
472009
Positive emotion in knowledge creation
M Hodgins, A Dadich
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2017
412017
Trialability, observability and risk reduction accelerating individual innovation adoption decisions
KJ Hayes, K Eljiz, A Dadich, JA Fitzgerald, T Sloan
Journal of health organization and management, 2015
312015
Health LEADS Australia and implications for medical leadership
A Sebastian, L Fulop, A Dadich, A Fitzgerald, L Kippist, A Smyth
Leadership in Health Services, 2014
252014
‘I didn't like just sittin’around all day’: Facilitating Social and Community Participation Among People with Mental Illness and High Levels of Psychiatric Disability
K Muir, KR Fisher, D Abello, A Dadich
Journal of Social Policy 39 (3), 375-391, 2010
252010
Challenging the exclusion of people with mental illness: the Mental Health Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI)
K Muir, KR Fisher, A Dadich, D Abello
Australian Journal of Social Issues 43 (2), 271-290, 2008
252008
Modelling radiology department operation using discrete event simulation
MJ Johnston, P Samaranayake, A Dadich, JA Fitzgerald
MODSIM, International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 678-684, 2009
242009
Healthcare reform: implications for knowledge translation in primary care
A Dadich, H Hosseinzadeh
BMC health services research 13 (1), 1-11, 2013
222013
‘Adolescence is difficult, some kids are difficult’: general practitioner perceptions of working with young people
C Jarrett, A Dadich, F Robards, D Bennett
Australian Journal of Primary Health 17 (1), 54-59, 2011
212011
Practice nurses and sexual health care: enhancing team care within general practice
P Abbott, A Dadich, H Hosseinzadeh, M Kang, W Hu, C Bourne, C Murray, ...
Australian family physician 42 (10), 729-733, 2013
202013
Using positive organizational scholarship in healthcare and video reflexive ethnography to examine positive deviance to new public management in healthcare
A Dadich, A Collier, M Hodgins, G Crawford
Qualitative health research 28 (8), 1203-1216, 2018
172018
Issues for sustainability of non‐government organisations in the alcohol and other drugs sector
C Spooner, A Dadich
Drug and Alcohol Review 29 (1), 47-52, 2010
172010
Researching community‐based support networks: what policymakers should know
A Dadich
Journal of Community Psychology 37 (2), 194-210, 2009
172009
Scheduling unplanned surgery: a tool for improving dialogue about queue position on emergency theatre lists
J Fitzgerald, M Lum, A Dadich
Australian health review 30 (2), 219-231, 2006
172006
Optimising refugee children’s health/wellbeing in preparation for primary and secondary school: a qualitative inquiry
JR Baker, S Raman, J Kohlhoff, A George, C Kaplun, A Dadich, CT Best, ...
BMC Public health 19 (1), 1-11, 2019
152019
The impact of knowledge, attitudes and beliefs on the engagement of primary and community-based healthcare professionals in cancer care: a literature review
M Jiwa, A McManus, A Dadich
Current medical research and opinion 29 (11), 1475-1482, 2013
152013
Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative Evaluation: Final Report
K Muir, KR Fisher, A Dadich, D Abelló, M Bleasdale
Social Policy Research Centre, Sydney, 2007
152007
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