Masser, Barbara

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Van Dyke, Nina ORCID: 0000-0002-8872-3451, Chell, Kathleen, Masser, Barbara, Kruse, Sarah P, Gemelli, Carley N, Jensen, Kyle and Davison, Tanya E (2020) Thank you for donating: a survey of Australian donorsʼ and nondonorsʼ orientations toward noncash incentives for blood donation. Transfusion, 60 (7). pp. 1454-1462. ISSN 0041-1132

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Chell, Kathleen, Van Dyke, Nina ORCID: 0000-0002-8872-3451, Davison, Tanya, Masser, Barbara, Kruse, Sarah and Gemelli, Carley (2018) Knowledge of blood donation and plasma self-sufficiency, and its impact on donation behaviour. A supplementary report from the project ‘donor and non-donor attitudes toward non-cash incentives’. Project Report. Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Melbourne, Victoria.

Chell, Kathleen, Kruse, Sarah, Van Dyke, Nina ORCID: 0000-0002-8872-3451, Masser, Barbara and Davison, Tanya (2018) Donor and non-donor attitudes toward non-cash incentives: supplementary report on follow-up interviews further exploring incentives for blood donation. Project Report. Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Melbourne, Victoria.

Thorpe, Rachel, Jensen, Kyle, Masser, Barbara, Van Dyke, Nina ORCID: 0000-0002-8872-3451 and Davison, Tanya (2018) Staff perspectives on frequency of plasma donation: a report on Phase 1 of Donor Behaviour project 17-03 – Intervening to promote high frequency donation among existing plasmapheresis donors. Project Report. Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Melbourne, Victoria.

Chell, Kathleen, Van Dyke, Nina ORCID: 0000-0002-8872-3451, Masser, Barbara, Davison, Tanya, Kruse, Sarah, Gemelli, Carley and Jensen, Kyle (2018) Donor and non-donor attitudes towards non-cash incentives: final report. (version 2.2 ed.) Project Report. Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Melbourne, Victoria.

Jensen, Kyle, Thorpe, Rachel, Van Dyke, Nina ORCID: 0000-0002-8872-3451, Masser, Barbara and Davison, Tanya (2018) Development and evaluation of interventions to improve first-time plasma donor retention – Phase 1: Interviews with first-time plasma donors. Project Report. Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Melbourne, Victoria.