Rosamund Ann Harrington


Contact categoryResearcher
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Allied Health
Faculty of Health Sciences

Research outputs

Intergenerational living and learning : The value and risks of co-locating retirement villages on secondary school campuses – Evaluating the GrandSchools vision
Trotter, Mark, Sanders, Paul, Lindquist, Marissa, Miller, Evonne, Hajirasouli, Aso, Blake, Andrea, Harrington, Rosamund, Olsen, Heidi, Tyvimaa, Tanja, Pepping, Gert-Jan, Kuys, Suzanne and Drogemuller, Robin. (2022). Intergenerational living and learning : The value and risks of co-locating retirement villages on secondary school campuses – Evaluating the GrandSchools vision. Australasian Journal on Ageing. 41(3), pp. e305-e309. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajag.13111

Journal article

Occupational therapy practice contexts
Joosten, Annette, Darzins, Susan, Pépin, Geneviève, Roche, Natalie, Cahill, Liana and Harrington, Rosamund. (2021). Occupational therapy practice contexts. In In Brown, Ted, Bourke-Taylor, Helen M., Isbel, Stephen, Cordier, Reinie and Gustafsson, Louise (Ed.). Occupational therapy in Australia : Professional and practice issues pp. 305-323 Routledge.

Book chapter

Safe as houses? Lump sum dissipation and housing
Burns, Kylie and Harrington, Ros. (2020). Safe as houses? Lump sum dissipation and housing. In In Vines, Prue and Akkermans, Arno (Ed.). Unexpected consequences of compensation law pp. 101-122 Hart Publishing. https://doi.org/10.5040/9781509928026.ch-006

Book chapter

Reasonable and necessary' care: The challenge of operationalising the NDIS policy principle in allocating disability care in Australia
Foster, Michele, Henman, Paul, Tilse, Cheryl, Fleming, Jennifer, Allen, Shelley and Harrington, Rosamund Ann. (2016). Reasonable and necessary' care: The challenge of operationalising the NDIS policy principle in allocating disability care in Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 51(1), pp. 27 - 46. https://doi.org/10.1002/j.1839-4655.2016.tb00363.x

Journal article

Experiences of pathways, outcomes and choice after severe traumatic brain injury under no-fault versus fault-based motor accident insurance
Harrington, Rosamund Ann, Foster, Michele and Fleming, Jennifer. (2015). Experiences of pathways, outcomes and choice after severe traumatic brain injury under no-fault versus fault-based motor accident insurance. Brain Injury. 29(13-14), pp. 1561 - 1571. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699052.2015.1075142

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The politics of entitlement and personalisation: Perspectives on a proposed National Disability Long-term Care and Support Scheme in Australia
Foster, Michele, Henman, Paul, Fleming, Jennifer, Tilse, Cheryl and Harrington, Rosamund. (2012). The politics of entitlement and personalisation: Perspectives on a proposed National Disability Long-term Care and Support Scheme in Australia. Social policy and society. 11(3), pp. 331 - 343. https://doi.org/10.1017/S147474641200005X

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