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2017-2020 Australian Research Council (ARC), Linkage Project ID: LP160101374: Dr Kim Nichols , Professor Robyn Gillies, Associate Professor Liz Mackinlay, Professor Michele Haynes, Dr Angela Ferguson (Qld DET), Ms Tania Hall (Qld Museum). Community-based STEM professional learning for teachers of middle years. Industry partners for this project are Qld Museum, Qld DET and QGC Pty Limited.
2016-2019 ARC Discovery Project Grant ID: DP160100494: Memmott, P., Haynes, M., O’Rourke, T. and Baffour, B. Evidence of Indigenous experience of healthcare settings to improve health.
2014-2021 ARC Centre of Excellence ID: CE140100027: Baxter, J., Zubrick, S., Cobb-Clark, D., Western, M., Mazerolle, L., Sanders, M., Harmon, C., Haynes, M. (Chief Investigator from 2014-2017) and Lawrence, D. Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course.
2013-2016 ARC Linkage Grant: Haynes, M., Baffour, B., Western, M., Pennay, D., Mission, S., Challice, G. Enhancing social research in Australia using dual-frame telephone surveys.
2013 AHURI (Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute) Grant Parsell, C., Haynes, M., James, A. An evaluation of the nature and effectiveness of models of supportive housing.
2011 ARC LEIF (Linkage, Equipment and Infrastructure Fund) Grant. ID: LE110100049: Mitchell, D., Evans, B., McEachern, S., McCarthy, G., Byrne, J., Haynes, M., Burrows, T., Cheshire, L., Denemark, D., Western, M., Mazerolle, L., Ashton, P., Nakata, N., Memmott, P., McAllister, I., Gray, E., Pennycook, A., Cordery, J., McLeod, J., Wiseman, J., Parker, S., Gaynor, A. Establishment of the Australian data archive: an integrated research facility for the social Sciences and humanities.
2011 APHCRI (Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute) Grant: Foster, M., Haynes, M., Mitchell, G., Haines, T. Utilisation of allied health services by people with chronic disease: differences across health insurance coverage and policy change.
2011-2012 NDLERF (National Drug and Law Enforcement Research Funds) Grant: Boreham, P., McFadden, M., Haynes, M. Targeting the profits of illicit drug trafficking through proceeds of crime.
2010-2013 Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Project 2010-2013, Swindon, UK Steele, F., Haynes, M., Ermisch, J., Kulu, H., Clarke, P. Interrelationships between housing transitions and fertility in Britain and Australia.
2010-2012 ARC Discovery Project ID: DP1095883. Kelly, A., Haynes, M., Young, R.Dynamic social systems and adolescent alcohol/tobacco use: A new cusp catastrophe model.
2009-2011 NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) Project: Kelly, A., McMahon, R., Carroll, A., Haynes, M. Helping parents of teenagers at risk of alcohol/tobacco related harm: A brief prevention program.
2008-2011 ARC Discovery Project: Haynes, M., Chhetri, P., Boreham, P. Understanding the Spatial and Social Drivers of Employment Transitions.
2008-2011 NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) Project ID: 497236: Turrell, G., Oldenburg, B. F., Giles-Corti, W., Burton, N. W., Giskes, K., Haynes, M., Brown W. J. A longitudinal multilevel study of change in physical activity in mid-age, and factors associated with change.
2007-2010 ARC Linkage Grant: Baxter, J., Haynes, M., Western, M. Cohabitation in Australia: Trends and Implications for Family Outcomes.
1998-2004 Workplace Employment Relations Survey Grant Fund, Department of Trade and Industry, UK: Whitehouse, G., Haynes, M., Macdonald, F. Reassessing the ‘family friendly’ workplace: trends, influences and implications in Britain.
2004-2007 AHURI (Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute) Research Grant: Jones, A., Seelig, T., Western, M., Haynes, M., Short, T., Baum, S. Housing consumption patterns and earnings behaviour of income support recipients over time: Analysis of FaCS longitudinal data set (1%).
2017 Haynes, M., Spallek, M. and O’Flaherty, M.: Delivering a short course in longitudinal data analysis techniques for administrative data. Department of Social Services RFQ.
2016 Haynes, M., Western, W., McKay, R., Clague, D., Povey, J. Evaluation framework for the prevention of domestic violence strategy. Queensland Department of Premier and Cabinet.
2015-2016 Haynes, M., Spallek, M. and Baffour, B.: Validation of the actuarial valuation of the Australian priority investment approach to welfare. Department of Social Services.
2015-2016 Haynes, M., York, S. and Spallek, M.: ABS Longitudinal Datasets Training Scoping Study. Australian Bureau of Statistics.
2014 Western. M., Perales, F., Baffour, B., Baxter, J., Haynes, M., Hewitt, B., Kalb, G., Martin, B. and Mishra, G.: The case for a new Australian birth cohort study. Department of Social Services.
2014 Haynes, M., Baxter, J., Hewitt, B., Baffour, B., Perales, P. and Heybroek, L..: Delivering a short course in longitudinal data analysis techniques. Department of Social Services RFQ.
2013 Haynes, M., et al.: Evaluation framework for Health and Hospital Fund projects. Department of Health and Ageing.
2012-2013 Haynes, M., Baxter, J., Hewitt, B., Baffour, B., Perales, P. and Heybroek, L..: Developing and delivering a short course in longitudinal data analysis techniques. Department of Families, Housing, Communities and Indigenous Affairs RFQ.
2012 Haynes, M., Baxter, J., Claudio, F., O’Flaherty, M. and Povey, J.: Review of Gender and Development Training. AusAid Tender.
2012 Haynes, M., and Ross, A.: Local Government Electoral Arrangement Surveys. Electoral Commission Queensland Consultancy.
2011-2014 Haynes, M., Meyer, S., LeBroque, R., Kenardy, J. and Mazerolle, L..: Evaluation of Respectful Relationships Programs. Department of Families, Housing, Communities and Indigenous Affairs Tender.
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