Yvonne Wells
Yvonne Wells
Professor Aged Care Research and Policy Development
Verified email at latrobe.edu.au
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Child‐focused and child‐inclusive divorce mediation: Comparative outcomes from a prospective study of postseparation adjustment
JE McIntosh, YD Wells, BM Smyth, CM Long
Family Court Review 46 (1), 105-124, 2008
1622008
Does gradual retirement have better outcomes than abrupt retirement? Results from an Australian panel study
D De Vaus, Y Wells, H Kendig, S Quine
Ageing and Society 27, 667, 2007
1352007
Enabling independence: restorative approaches to home care provision for frail older adults
B Ryburn, Y Wells, P Foreman
Health & social care in the community 17 (3), 225-234, 2009
1262009
Nurses' attitudes toward aging and older adults
Y Wells, P Foreman, L Gething, W Petralia
Journal of gerontological nursing 30 (9), 5-9, 2004
1232004
Health and well-being of spouse caregivers and the widowed
YD Wells, HL Kendig
The Gerontologist 37 (5), 666-674, 1997
991997
To continue, modify or relinquish driving: findings from a longitudinal study of healthy ageing
CA Unsworth, Y Wells, C Browning, SA Thomas, H Kendig
Gerontology 53 (6), 423-431, 2007
912007
Evaluation of a special nursing home unit for dementia sufferers: a randomised controlled comparison with community care
Y Wells, AF Jorm
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 21 (4), 524-531, 1987
901987
When choice in retirement decisions is missing: Qualitative and quantitative findings of impact on well‐being
S Quine, Y Wells, D De Vaus, H Kendig
Australasian Journal on Ageing 26 (4), 173-179, 2007
842007
Health, lifestyle, and gender influences on aging well: an Australian longitudinal analysis to guide health promotion
H Kendig, CJ Browning, SA Thomas, Y Wells
Frontiers in public health 2, 70, 2014
832014
Stabilising the aged care workforce: an analysis of worker retention and intention
AL Howe, DS King, JM Ellis, YD Wells, Z Wei, KA Teshuva
Australian Health Review 36 (1), 83-91, 2012
662012
Health, social and lifestyle factors in entry to residential aged care: an Australian longitudinal analysis
H Kendig, C Browning, R Pedlow, Y Wells, S Thomas
Age and ageing 39 (3), 342-349, 2010
612010
Retirement intentions: what is the role of push factors in predicting retirement intentions
J Oakman, Y Wells
Ageing Soc 33 (6), 988-1008, 2013
602013
Developing a comprehensive approach to risk management of musculoskeletal disorders in non-nursing health care sector employees
J Oakman, W Macdonald, Y Wells
Applied ergonomics 45 (6), 1634-1640, 2014
592014
Empirical aspects of record linkage across multiple data sets using statistical linkage keys: the experience of the PIAC cohort study
R Karmel, P Anderson, D Gibson, A Peut, S Duckett, Y Wells
BMC health services research 10 (1), 1-13, 2010
552010
Effects on care-givers of special day care programmes for dementia sufferers
YD Wells, AF Jorm, F Jordan, R Lefroy
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 24 (1), 82-90, 1990
511990
Effects of pet ownership on the health and well‐being of older people
Y Wells, H Rodi
Australasian Journal on Ageing 19 (3), 143-148, 2000
502000
Child-focused and child-inclusive family law dispute resolution: One year findings from a prospective study of outcomes
JE McIntosh, YD Wells, CM Long
Journal of Family Studies 13 (1), 8-25, 2007
472007
Australian baby boomers face retirement during the global financial crisis
H Kendig, Y Wells, K O'Loughlin, K Heese
Journal of aging & social policy 25 (3), 264-280, 2013
462013
Psychological resources and successful retirement
YD Wells, HL Kendig
Australian Psychologist 34 (2), 111-115, 1999
441999
Post-separation parenting arrangements and Development Outcomes for Infants & Children
J McIntosh, B Smyth, Y Wells, C Long
432010
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