Dr Olivia Rawlings-Way

PhD
Research Associate

C43M - M Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 9915
Fax +61 2 9351 9672

Website Work & Health

Research interests

Olivia is a member of the following research team:

Work & Health

Themes

Ageing, Work and Health

Selected grants

2011

  • Caring for the Carers: Occupational Health and Safety in Homecare; Bohle P, Quinlan M, Mavromaras K, Rawlings-Way O; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O., Finn, J., Ang, J., Kennedy, D. (2014). Housing Choice in Retirement: Community versus Separation. Housing Studies, 29(1), 108-127.
  • Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O., Murphy, P., Finn, J., Ang, J., Kennedy, D. (2014). Housing choice in retirement: The home environment. Urban Studies: an international journal for research in urban studies.
  • Matthews, L., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O., Bohle, P. (2012). The Adequacy of Institutional Responses to Death at Work: Experiences of Surviving families. International Journal of Disability Management, 6(1), 37-48. [More Information]
  • Matthews, L., Bohle, P., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O. (2012). Traumatic death at work: Consequences for surviving families. International Journal of Health Services, 42(4), 647-666. [More Information]
  • Finn, J., Younis, V., Kennedy, D., Kendig, H., Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O. (2011). Financial planning for retirement village living: A qualitative exploration. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 25(2), 217-242. [More Information]
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2006). Karma Lekshe Tsomo, ed, Buddhist Women and Social Justice: Ideals, Challenges, and Achievements. Journal of Religious History, 30(2), 262-263.
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2006). Reviews: Finding Our True Home – Living in the Pure Land Here and Now and Joyfully Together – The Art of Building a Harmonious Community by Thich Nhat Hanh. Journal of Religious History, 30(2), 267-269.
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2006). Thich Nhat Hanh, compiled by Jack Lawlor: Friends on the Path - Living Spiritual Communities. Journal of Religious History, 29(2), 206-207.
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2005). Sallie B. King: Being Benevolence: The Social Ethics of Engaged Buddhism. Journal of Religious History, 33(1), 117-118.

Conferences

  • Matthews, L., Quinlan, M., Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O. (2012). Regulatory responses to workplace fatalities in the construction industry in New South Wales, Australia: The compensation and support needs of surviving families. Occupational health for all: From research to practice, 30th International Congress on Occupational Health, Cancun, Mexico.
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2005). The Path of Return Continues the Jounrey' - Engaged Buddhism and the Prajnaparamita Heart Sutra in the Popular Theatre of Thich Nh at Hanh. The Buddha of Suburbia: Arts, Religion and Popular Culture: Eighth Australian and International Religion, Literature and the Arts Conference 2004, Sydney, NSW, Australia: RLA Press.

Working Paper Internal

  • Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O., Finn, J., Ang, J., Kennedy, D. (2008). 'If I Leave Here it will be in a Bloody Box!': Influences on Retirees' Housing Choices.

Report

  • Matthews, L., Bohle, P., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O. (2010). Traumatic work-related death in the construction industry: Experiences of victims' families.
  • Bohle, P., Finn, J., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O. (2009). The occupational health and safety of homecare contract workers in Adelaide and the Barossa Region.

2014

  • Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O., Finn, J., Ang, J., Kennedy, D. (2014). Housing Choice in Retirement: Community versus Separation. Housing Studies, 29(1), 108-127.
  • Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O., Murphy, P., Finn, J., Ang, J., Kennedy, D. (2014). Housing choice in retirement: The home environment. Urban Studies: an international journal for research in urban studies.

2012

  • Matthews, L., Quinlan, M., Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O. (2012). Regulatory responses to workplace fatalities in the construction industry in New South Wales, Australia: The compensation and support needs of surviving families. Occupational health for all: From research to practice, 30th International Congress on Occupational Health, Cancun, Mexico.
  • Matthews, L., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O., Bohle, P. (2012). The Adequacy of Institutional Responses to Death at Work: Experiences of Surviving families. International Journal of Disability Management, 6(1), 37-48. [More Information]
  • Matthews, L., Bohle, P., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O. (2012). Traumatic death at work: Consequences for surviving families. International Journal of Health Services, 42(4), 647-666. [More Information]

2011

  • Finn, J., Younis, V., Kennedy, D., Kendig, H., Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O. (2011). Financial planning for retirement village living: A qualitative exploration. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 25(2), 217-242. [More Information]

2010

  • Matthews, L., Bohle, P., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O. (2010). Traumatic work-related death in the construction industry: Experiences of victims' families.

2009

  • Bohle, P., Finn, J., Quinlan, M., Rawlings-Way, O. (2009). The occupational health and safety of homecare contract workers in Adelaide and the Barossa Region.

2008

  • Bohle, P., Rawlings-Way, O., Finn, J., Ang, J., Kennedy, D. (2008). 'If I Leave Here it will be in a Bloody Box!': Influences on Retirees' Housing Choices.

2006

  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2006). Karma Lekshe Tsomo, ed, Buddhist Women and Social Justice: Ideals, Challenges, and Achievements. Journal of Religious History, 30(2), 262-263.
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2006). Reviews: Finding Our True Home – Living in the Pure Land Here and Now and Joyfully Together – The Art of Building a Harmonious Community by Thich Nhat Hanh. Journal of Religious History, 30(2), 267-269.
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2006). Thich Nhat Hanh, compiled by Jack Lawlor: Friends on the Path - Living Spiritual Communities. Journal of Religious History, 29(2), 206-207.

2005

  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2005). Sallie B. King: Being Benevolence: The Social Ethics of Engaged Buddhism. Journal of Religious History, 33(1), 117-118.
  • Rawlings-Way, O. (2005). The Path of Return Continues the Jounrey' - Engaged Buddhism and the Prajnaparamita Heart Sutra in the Popular Theatre of Thich Nh at Hanh. The Buddha of Suburbia: Arts, Religion and Popular Culture: Eighth Australian and International Religion, Literature and the Arts Conference 2004, Sydney, NSW, Australia: RLA Press.

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