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Add 1 A commentary on the Greater Sunshine Coast economy, June 2014 100
Add 2 Midwifery practice during birth: rites of passage and rites of protection 64
Add 3 Geographies of the Liminal Dolphin: toward an understanding of the contested spaces of Dolphin-Assisted Therapy 49
Add 4 An exploration of midwifery practice during the second stage of labour 33
Add 5 Teaching: Making a Difference, 2nd edition 25
Add 6 Nuchal cords: reducing the fear and improving outcomes 19
Add 7 The Problem of Gender Mainstreaming in the Development of the Pacific Plan 18
Add 8 Solution-Focused Nursing: Rethinking Practice 18
Add 9 Dingo diet and prey availability on Fraser Island 18
Add 10 Campbell Biology: Australian Version, 9e 17
Add 11 Visual Displays that Directly Interface and Provide Read-Outs of Molecular States via Molecular Graphics Processing Units 15
Add 12 The anterior cervical lip: how to ruin a perfectly good birth 15
Add 13 Safe places for pedestrians: Using cognitive work analysis to consider the relationships between the engineering and urban design of footpaths 13
Add 14 Teaching: Making a Difference 13
Add 15 Strategic guidelines for sustainable tourism on the Khmer coast 13
Add 16 Green Man Resurrected: An Examination of the Underlying Meanings and Messages of the Re-Emergence of the Ancient Image of the Green Man in Contemporary, Western, Visual Culture 12
Add 17 Child, Youth and Family Health: Strengthening Communities, 2nd edition 12
Add 18 Enablers and barriers to binge drinking in young adults 12
Add 19 News as it happens: An introduction to journalism 12
Add 20 Sandy beach ecosystems: key features, sampling issues, management challenges and climate change impacts 11
Add 21 Practical Planning and Assessment 11
Add 22 Tall poppies: elite athletes bullied at school 11
Add 23 Schooling and settlement: Refugee education in Australia 10
Add 24 Experience-Based Learning Using Smartphones: The Explorer Project 10
Add 25 Work-Life Balance: Towards an Integrated Conceptual Framework 10
Add 26 Developing innovative roads using solar technologies 9
Add 27 The Effect of Tourism on Water Quality and Coral Reef Communities 9
Add 28 Airbnb: Find a place to stay, Case Study 9
Add 29 The Red Lotus Health Promotion Model: a new model for holistic, ecological, salutogenic health promotion practice 9
Add 30 A comparison of state-based modelling tools for model validation 9
Add 31 Tourism impacts on an Australian indigenous community: a Djabugay case study 9
Add 32 The failure of the Howard Government’s ‘practical’ reconciliation policy 9
Add 33 Object orientation without extending Z 8
Add 34 Un panorama du test � partir de mod�les formels 8
Add 35 Online-Offline Channel Switching Behaviour of Retail Consumers: Towards a Model of Consumer Value 8
Add 36 Evaluation of microbiological methods for water quality analysis and detection of Cryptosporidium in surface waters 8
Add 37 “I drove after drinking alcohol” and other risky driving behaviours reported by young novice drivers in Queensland, Australia 8
Add 38 Bingo!: An engaging activity for learning physiological terms in psychology 8
Add 39 The status of sandy beach science: Past trends, progress, and possible futures 8
Add 40 The case for using borates in termite control in tropical Australia 8
Add 41 Cognition, emotion, cognitive commotion: Understanding the interplay of emotions, stress and learning in adolescents 8
Add 42 Hamlet.Psyched. 7
Add 43 Book Review: The Return of Depression Economics 7
Add 44 Tertiary student attitudes to bicycle commuting in a regional Australian university 7
Add 45 Dolphin Watch Tourism: Two Differing Examples of Sustainable Practices and Proenvironmental Outcomes 7
Add 46 Human-Environment Interactive Map 7
Add 47 Tabling structures for bottom-up logic programming 7
Add 48 Chemico: Evaluating performance based on the Balanced Scorecard 7
Add 49 Sunshine Coast Industrial Land Study 2013 7
Add 50 Sunshine Coast Demographics: more than just the numbers 7

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