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Alison Ollerenshaw

Alison Ollerenshaw

PhD Candidate

Faculty of Health

Call: 03 5327 6201
Email: a.ollerenshaw@federation.edu.au

Supervisors: Dr Angela Murphy, Assoc Prof Helen Thompson and Prof Suzanne McLaren

Year commenced: 2016


The relationship between business incubator services and the psychological capital of tenants
The relationship between business incubator services and the psychological capital of tenants

Business incubators offer nascent businesses a protective, nurturing environment, supporting tenants to grow their businesses and be sustainable in the long-term. Continue reading...

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    RESEARCH PROFILE

    Qualifications
    • Master of Applied Science, Federation University Australia
      • Thesis title: Learning through multimedia: The roles of prior knowledge and approached to learning.
    • Grad Dip Applied Science (Professional Psychology), Federation University Australia
    • Bachelor of Arts (Humanities and Social Sciences), Federation University Australia
    • Diploma of Project Management, Federation University Australia
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    RESEARCH OUTPUT

    Publications

    Ollerenshaw A, Wong Shee A and Yates M (2017) Towards good dementia care: awareness and uptake of an online Dementia Pathways Tool for rural and regional health practitioners. Australian Journal of Rural Health. doi: 10.1111/ajr.12376

    Ollerenshaw A and Camilleri M (2017) Health justice partnerships: initial insights into the delivery of an integrated health and legal service for youth in regional Victoria. Rural and Remote Health (Online) 17: 3975. Available at http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subreview.asp?ArticleID=3975 (Accessed 21 June 2017).

    Ollerenshaw A, Murphy A and McDonald K (2017) Leading the way: the integral role of local government within a multi-sector partnership delivering a large infrastructure project in an Australian growth region. Local Government Studies, 43(2), 291-314. doi.org/10.1080/03003930.2016.1274259

    Ollerenshaw A, Graymore M and MacDonald K (2016) Beyond the call of duty: the integral role of local government in emergency management. Rural Society, 25(3), 185-203. doi.org/10.1080/10371656.2016.1255476

    Ollerenshaw A (2016) Review of the book: a very short, fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about studying leadership, by B Jackson and K Parry. (Sage Publications, 2009). Community Development, 47(4), 580-581. doi.org/10.1080/15575330.2016.1187336

    Dahlhaus P, Murphy A, MacLeod A, Thompson H, McKenna K and Ollerenshaw A (2016) Making the invisible visible: the impact of federating groundwater data in Victoria, Australia. Journal of Hydroinformatics, 18(2), 238-255.

    Ollerenshaw A (2015) Online pathways for dementia care. Australian Family Physician, 44(7), 510-513.

    Ollerenshaw A (2012) Literacy Trails: A whole-of-community program to encourage literacy and numeracy awareness for children in preschool and early primary school. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 37(3), 147-153.

    McDonald J and Ollerenshaw A (2011) A priority setting in primary health care: a framework for local catchments. Rural and Remote Health 11 (online), 2011: 1714. Available at http://www.rrh.org.au

    Selkirk R, McLaren S, Ollerenshaw A, McLachlan AJ and Moten J (2010) The longitudinal effects of midwife-led postnatal debriefing on the psychological health of mothers. In 'Transitions theory: Middle range and situation specific theories in nursing research and practice'. (Ed. A Meleis) pp. 590-602. (Springer: New York)

    Ollerenshaw A (2009) Internet tool box for rural GPs to access mental health services information. Rural and Remote Health, 9 (online), 1094. Available at http://www.rrh.org.au

    Mason R, McDonald J and Ollerenshaw A (2006) The emergence of water markets in Australia and implications for rural social work. Rural Social Work and Community Practice, 11, 6-17.

    Ollerenshaw A and McDonald J (2006) Dimensions of pastoral care: Student well-being in rural Catholic Schools. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 12(2), 137-145.

    Selkirk R, McLaren S, Ollerenshaw A, McLachlan AJ and Moten J (2006) The longitudinal effects of midwife-led postnatal debriefing on the psychological health of mothers. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 24, 133-147.

    Green R, Mason R and Ollerenshaw A (2004) 13 days and counting: A mutual support model for young, homeless women in crisis. Youth Studies Australia, 23(2), 46-50.

    Conferences

    Ollerenshaw A (2017) The relationship between business incubator services and the Psychological Capital of tenants. Federation University Australia Higher Degrees by Research Conference: Making your Vision a Reality, 27 July 2017, Federation University Australia, Ballarat.

    Murphy A and Ollerenshaw A (2011) Victims won't even report the crime let alone use support services: The complexities of building pathways to victim support services for marginalised people. Australian Institute of Criminology: Meeting the needs of Victims of Crime, May 18-19, 2011. Mercure Hotel, Sydney.

    Reports

    Ollerenshaw A, Murphy A and Thompson H (2016) Tenancy Research Report: Documenting the initial experiences of tenants in the Business Accelerator Program at the Western BACE, Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    Ollerenshaw A and Corbett J (2016) Central Highlands Digital Enterprise Program. Overview of research evaluation findings, Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    Murphy A, Ollerenshaw A, Taylor M, Tsilemanis A, Corbett J, Thompson H and Dahlhaus P (2015) Historic Urban Landscapes (HUL) Ballarat Impact Analysis: eResearch (First Wave) Extended, Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    Ollerenshaw A, Murphy A, McDonald K and Thompson H (2015) Western BACE Partnership Research Report 2015, Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    Ollerenshaw A, Thompson H and McDonald K (2015) Western BACE Community Survey: Research Report 2015, Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    Ollerenshaw A, Thompson H and McDonald K (2015) Western BACE Research, Monitoring and Evaluation: Business Innovation Survey Report 2015. Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    McDonald K, Ollerenshaw A and Thompson H (2014) Western BACE Review of Regional Demographics. Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    Ollerenshaw A, Dahlhaus PG, McDonald K, Courvisanos J, Graymore M, Thompson H, Sheil H, Miner A and Corbett J (2014) Understanding the 2011 Grampians Natural Disaster, addressing the risk and resilience. Final Report. Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation. Federation University Australia.

    Ollerenshaw A and McDonald K (2014) Western BACE Research, Monitoring and Evaluation: Community Research: Development and Infrastructure (Atherstone Estate), Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation, Federation University Australia.

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