3 results for Anderson, S

  • Ultralocal: design proposals for the Kaipatiki project environment centre

    Austin, A; Cooper, F; Kane, D; Kumar, A; Lin, S; Sun, YK; Thorp, S; Anderson, S; Crawcour, H; Gruiters, M; Janpiam, W; Lee, C; Pan, E; Song, A (2011-10-18)

    Creative work
    Auckland University of Technology

    ULTRALOCAL is a collaboration which brings together architectural design works from seven postgraduate students at the University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning, and spatial design works from seven undergraduate students at the AUT University Department of Spatial Design. The work shares the common focus of projecting visions for a new Environment Centre for the Kaipatiki Project, a non-profit community group based on Auckland's North Shore. The Kaipatiki Project currently focuses on environmental education and bush restoration services, and has initiated the design of an Environment Centre to advance its wider vision of 'inspiring communities to live sustainably'.

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  • Improving the coordination of care for low back pain patients by creating better links between acute and community services

    Staiger, PK; Serlachius, Anna; Macfarlane, S; Anderson, S; Chan, T; Young, G (2010)

    Journal article
    The University of Auckland Library

    This paper reports on the development of a care-pathway to improve service linkages between the acute setting and community health services in the treatment of low back pain. The pathway was informed by two processes: (1) a literature review based on best-practice guidelines in the assessment, treatment and continuity of care for low back pain patients; and (2) consultation with staff and key stakeholders. Stakeholders from both the acute and community sectors comprised the Working Group, who identified central areas of concern to be addressed in the care-pathway, with the goal of preventing chronicity of low back pain and reducing emergency department presentations. The main outcomes achieved include: the development of a new care-coordinator role, which would support a greater focus on integration between acute and community sectors for low back pain patients; identifying the need to screen at-risk patients; implementation of the SCTT (Service Coordination Tool Templates) tool as a system of referral across the acute and community settings; and agreement on the need to develop an evidence-based self-management program to be offered to low back pain patients. The benefits and challenges of implementing this care pathway are discussed.

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  • Family 10 and 11 xylanase genes from Caldicellulosiruptor sp strain Rt69B.1

    Morris, DD; Gibbs, MD; Anderson, S; Thomas, J; Bergquist, Peter (1999)

    Journal article
    The University of Auckland Library

    Three family 10 xylanase genes (xynA, xynB, and xynC) and a single family 11 xylanase gene (xynD) were identified from the extreme thermophile Caldicellulosiruptor strain Rt69B.1 through the use of consensus PCR in conjunction with sequencing and pol

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