• Going Online to Learn Health Sciences Research Methods: The Student Experience

      Giddings, LS; Campbell, S; Maclaren, P (AUT University; Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite), 2006)
      Health professionals are attracted to the flexibility of the virtual classroom for their on-going education. Recent studies have documented the differences in pedagogy between Internet based learning online and the traditional ...
    • Heteronormativity at Work: Stories From Two Lesbian Academics

      Giddings, LS; Pringle, JK (Women's Studies Association NZ, 2011)
      Since the 1980s, in spite of societal shifts and legislation that supports women of diverse sexual identities, heterosexual norms still prevail in many workplaces. In this paper we apply Acker’s (2006a) ‘inequality regime’ ...
    • Older Peoples' Perceptions of Oral Health: 'it's Just Not That Simple'

      McKenzie Green, B; Giddings, LS; Buttle, L; Tahana, K (AUT University; John Wiley & Sons, 2009)
      Objectives: Little is known about older persons’ perceptions of oral health and oral health care. The purpose of this study was to explore the viewpoint of older adults’ regarding their oral health care practices. Methods: ...
    • Women's Experience of Ageing With a Chronic Condition

      Giddings, LS; Roy, DE; Predeger, E (John Wiley & Sons, 2007)
      Aim.  This paper is a report of a study to explore the experiences of ‘almost old’ women as they grow older while living with a chronic condition. Background.  Little is known about the contextual effects of ageing and ...