A/Prof Amanda Stickley

A/Prof Amanda Stickley

Amanda Stickley is Associate Professor and currently the Assistant Dean, Learning & Teaching in the Faculty of Law at QUT. Amanda researches and publishes in the areas of torts and property law, including Australian Torts Law (LexisNexis Butterworths, 4th ed., 2016). Amanda teaches torts law and has also carried many service roles within QUT, at school, faculty and university level. 

Vivienne Tippett Conference Poster 2016
12 Aug 2016
Testing the elements of optimal emergency warnings: Some insights from 10 focus groups and 77...
Building Resilient Communities: Creating Effective Multi-Channel Communication During Disaster Response and Recovery
18 Aug 2015
Our aim is to examine evidence-based strategies to motivate appropriate action and increase...
Building resilient communities: Creating effective multi-channel communication during disaster response and recovery
25 Aug 2014
To examine evidence-based strategies that motivate appropriate action and increase informed...

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HazardNoteEdition 21 Oct 2015 Turning warnings into action PDF icon Save (236.32 KB) communication, tsunami, warnings

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