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Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back. Episodic Volunteering for Non-Profits

Posted by Angus Ng on 11 August 2015
Angus Ng and Paul Scuffham from CAHE will work with Prof Suzanne Chambers (Lead) and Dr Melissa Hyde, also from Griffith University, on this recently awarded ARC linkage grant.
The interdisciplinary project aims to use mixed methods and multiple perspectives to provide an evidence base and recommendations for non-profit sector policy and practice given the threatened decrease in long-term, continuous volunteering and increase in episodic volunteering.
Author: Angus Ng
About: Angus Ng is Assoc Prof of Biostatisitcs at the School of Medicine, Griffith University. His research interests include statistical modelling, pattern recognition, machine learning, biostatistics, image analysis, and survival analysis.
Tags: Health Policy

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