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Who benefits from removing user fees for facility-based delivery services? Evidence on socioeconomic differences from Ghana, Senegal and Sierra Leone

Asset based approaches STEM training

Harper S, Kaufman JS, McKinnon B.
GSID: h0KT9Poyo5AJ
B McKinnon, S Harper, JS Kaufman - Social science & medicine, 2015 - Elsevier

… number of assets are conditioned on level of education and estimates by education level … These discrepancies may stem from methodological limitations of the evaluations or they may …

Stereotype threat and attributional ambiguity for trans women

stereotype threat

McKinnon R.
GSID: Z1-1z-6Zo8IJ
R McKinnon - Hypatia, 2014 -

… I argue, lead to forms of stereotype threat for trans women. Moreover, the latter contributes to what I take to be a troubling difference in the forms of stereotype threat experienced by trans …

Female under-representation in Computer Science education and workplace-A survey of issues and interventions, moving towards a game-based learning solution

Stem education interventions

Mackinnon L.
J Osunde, G Windall, EA Bacon, L Mackinnon - 2013 -

The numbers of females studying and working in computing progressively decreases disproportionately from early secondary education (age 11-14) to the workforce stage. Many possible contributing factors have been identified and analysed in related research work. This paper presents the...

The absence of evidence of the effectiveness of Australian gender equity in STEM initiatives

STEM and diversity

McKinnon M.
M McKinnon - Australian Journal of Social Issues, 2022 - Wiley Online Library

… STEM,” “STEM outreach,” “STEM engagement,” “women AND STEM,” “diversity AND STEM” as well as variations of each of these using the disciplines in the STEM acronym separately. …

Does citizen science have the capacity to transform population health science?

Science interventions

McKinnon M, Rowbotham S.
S Rowbotham, M McKinnon, J Leach… - Critical Public …, 2019 - Taylor & Francis

Citizen science engages members of the public in research design, data collection, and analysis–in asking and answering questions about the world around them. The United …

Perceptions of stereotypes applied to women who publicly communicate their STEM work

STEM and underrepresentation

McKinnon M, O'Connell C.
M McKinnon, C O'Connell - Humanities and social sciences …, 2020 -

… of girls and women to STEM studies and careers. There are … applied to female STEM professionals who publicly speak … present obstacles for women in STEM and continue to play a …

Charon tectonics.


Beyer RA, Nimmo F, McKinnon WB, Moore JM, Binzel RP, Conrad JW, Cheng A, Ennico K, Lauer TR, Olkin CB, Robbins S, Schenk P, Singer K, Spencer JR, Stern SA, Weaver HA, Young LA, Zangari AM.
PMID: 28919640
Icarus. 2017 May 01;287:161-174. doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2016.12.018. Epub 2016 Dec 16.

New Horizons images of Pluto's companion Charon show a variety of terrains that display extensional tectonic features, with relief surprising for this relatively small world. These features suggest a global extensional areal strain of order 1% early in Charon's...

Generation of memory T cells for adoptive transfer using clinical-grade anti-CD62L magnetic beads.

Bone marrow transplantation

Verfuerth S, Sousa PS, Beloki L, Murray M, Peters MD, O'Neill AT, Mackinnon S, Lowdell MW, Chakraverty R, Samuel ER.
PMID: 27050751
Bone Marrow Transplant. 2016 Apr;51(4):620. doi: 10.1038/bmt.2016.30.

No abstract available.

A central support system can facilitate implementation and sustainability of a Classroom-based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) in Genomics.

CBE life sciences education

Lopatto D, Hauser C, Jones CJ, Paetkau D, Chandrasekaran V, Dunbar D, MacKinnon C, Stamm J, Alvarez C, Barnard D, Bedard JE, Bednarski AE, Bhalla S, Braverman JM, Burg M, Chung HM, DeJong RJ, DiAngelo JR, Du C, Eckdahl TT, Emerson J, Frary A, Frohlich D, Goodman AL, Gosser Y, Govind S, Haberman A, Hark AT, Hoogewerf A, Johnson D, Kadlec L, Kaehler M, Key SC, Kokan NP, Kopp OR, Kuleck GA, Lopilato J, Martinez-Cruzado JC, McNeil G, Mel S, Nagengast A, Overvoorde PJ, Parrish S, Preuss ML, Reed LD, Regisford EG, Revie D, Robic S, Roecklien-Canfield JA, Rosenwald AG, Rubin MR, Saville K, Schroeder S, Sharif KA, Shaw M, Skuse G, Smith CD, Smith M, Smith ST, Spana EP, Spratt M, Sreenivasan A, Thompson JS, Wawersik M, Wolyniak MJ, Youngblom J, Zhou L, Buhler J, Mardis E, Leung W, Shaffer CD, Threlfall J, Elgin SC.
PMID: 25452493
CBE Life Sci Educ. 2014;13(4):711-23. doi: 10.1187/cbe.13-10-0200.

In their 2012 report, the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology advocated "replacing standard science laboratory courses with discovery-based research courses"-a challenging proposition that presents practical and pedagogical difficulties. In this paper, we describe our collective experiences...

Prescribing for people in custody.

Australian prescriber

Hampton S, Blomgren D, Roberts J, Mackinnon T, Nicholls G.
PMID: 26648653
Aust Prescr. 2015 Oct;38(5):160-3. doi: 10.18773/austprescr.2015.057. Epub 2015 Oct 01.

People who are, or have been, in custody often have multiple morbidities and multi-dimensional disadvantage. A thorough clinical evaluation and multidisciplinary approach will assist in managing these patients. Treatment plans should be pragmatic and simple, and explained in an...

Randomized Controlled Trials to Define Viral Load Thresholds for Cytomegalovirus Pre-Emptive Therapy.

PloS one

Griffiths PD, Rothwell E, Raza M, Wilmore S, Doyle T, Harber M, O'Beirne J, Mackinnon S, Jones G, Thorburn D, Mattes F, Nebbia G, Atabani S, Smith C, Stanton A, Emery VC.
PMID: 27684379
PLoS One. 2016 Sep 29;11(9):e0163722. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0163722. eCollection 2016.

BACKGROUND: To help decide when to start and when to stop pre-emptive therapy for cytomegalovirus infection, we conducted two open-label randomized controlled trials in renal, liver and bone marrow transplant recipients in a single centre where pre-emptive therapy is...

Exploring Mechanisms for Effective Technology-Enhanced Simulation-based Education in Wilderness Medicine: A Systematic Review.


MacKinnon R, Aitken D, Humphries C.
PMID: 26824012
Cureus. 2015 Dec 17;7(12):e412. doi: 10.7759/cureus.412.

BACKGROUND:  Technology-enhanced simulation is well-established in healthcare teaching curricula, including those regarding wilderness medicine. Compellingly, the evidence base for the value of this educational modality to improve learner competencies and patient outcomes are increasing.AIMS:  The aim was to systematically...

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