Academics

downloadDirector: Dr Helen Stallman (UniSA, Australia)

I am a Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy. My research focus is understanding the determinants of mental health in university students and developing and evaluating interventions to promote health and wellbeing. Read more..

 

download-1Deputy Director: Associate Professor Sharron King (UniSA College, Australia)

I am the Academic Director and Deputy Head of UniSA College. My research interests focus primarily on students’ transition to university, their health and well-being and widening access to university for students who face educational disadvantage. Read more..

 

downloadProfessor Kypros Kypri (Newcastle, Australia)

I am an NHMRC Senior Research Fellow (SRF-B) in alcohol-related injury epidemiology and am a professor in the School of Medicine & Public Health where I hold a Senior Brawn Research Fellowship., Read more...

 

9641Associate Professor Diann Eley (UQ, Australia)

I am the Director of MD Research in the Faculty of Medicine at The University of Queensland. My research focus is focused on understanding well-being and personality to promote self-awareness and resilience in health professional students. Read more...

 

_ljf7400Professor Rachael Field (Bond, Australia)

I am a Professor of Law at Bond University specialising in legal education and dispute resolution. I founded the Australian Wellness Network for Law and contribute to scholarship and practical initiatives in the area of law student and lawyer well-being. Read more…

 

deProfessor Daniel Eisenberg (University of Michigan, USA)

I am a Professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health; as an economist, my main research goal is to understand how to invest most effectively in the wellbeing and mental health of students and other youth populations. I direct the Healthy Minds Network. Read more…

 

Professor Denise Wood (Central Queensland University)

I am Director of the Centre for Regional Advancement of Learning, Equity, Access and Participation, and Engaged Research Chair at Central Queensland University. My research interests focus on improving the health and well-being of  people in regional and remote locations, and fostering pathways to education and employment, especially for those from under-represented groups.

 

0p6a4650Dr Bridgette Bewick (University of Leeds, UK)

I have a track record of high quality publications that have aided our understanding of the well-being and drinking behaviour of students and of web-based interventions. I seek to understand how e-health interventions can facilitate early intervention. I continue to develop ways for e-health solutions to support dissemination of tools that enable students to consider their own behaviour and think through their potential to change. Read more…

 

imagesAssociate Professor Cameron Hurst (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)

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uow090181 Dr Coralie Wilson (UOW, Australia)

I am the Academic Leader: Personal & Professional Development in the Graduate Medicine (GM) MBBS Programme. My research has focussed on help-seeking and suicide prevention and the development of evidence-based interventions to promote effective help-seeking behaviour .Read more…

 

08/25/16 Sarah Lipson -PediatricsResearch Assistant Professor Sarah Lipson (University of Michigan, USA)

I am a faculty member at the University of Michigan Medical School in the Child Health Evaluation and Research Center within the Department of Pediatrics. My research focuses primarily on mental health and service utilization in college populations. Read more…

 

amber-mosewich-photoDr Amber Mosewich (University of Alberta, Canada)

I am an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation at the University of Alberta. I am interested in the promotion of psychological skills and resources that can help facilitate successful and positive sport experiences for athletes, including student-athletes.

 

david-kavanagh2Professor David Kavanagh (QUT, Australia)

I am a Clinical Psychologist and currently lead the Australian Department of Health’s e-Mental Health in Practice project, which rolls out e-mental health nationally in primary care and advises on the future of e-mental health. Read more…

 

download-2Dr Belinda Chiera (UniSA, Australia)

I am the Program Director of Service Teaching and a lecturer in Statistics in the School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences at the University of South Australia. Read more…

 

download-3Associate Professor Julia Davis (UniSA, Australia)

I am an Associate Professor in Law and Program Director in Law and Legal Studies at the School of Law in the UniSA Business School. As Associate Professor in Law she teaches in the Honours program and researches in tort law, sentencing law and jury studies. As Program Director, she supports students in the law and legal studies programs. Read more…

 

jpegviewDr Jeneva Ohan (UWA, Australia)

I am a Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Western Australia. I am interested in promoting engagement in mental-health promoting interventions across all ages of youth, including adolescents and young adults. Read more…

 

download-4Associate Professor Nicole Moulding (UniSA, Australia)

I am a researcher and educator with special interests in mental health, gendered violence and social work education. Read more.

 

download-5Dr Gisela Van Kessel (UniSA, Australia)

I coordinate the courses Health Promotion in Physiotherapy and Biopsychosocial Practice. I am particularly interested in the roles of decision making and social support in health and wellbeing. Read more…

 

photo-3Dr Natalie Johnson (Newcastle, Australia)

I am a senior lecturer in the Discipline of Health Behaviour Sciences within the School of Medicine and Public Health. I am a Chief Investigator in the Priority Research Centre in Health Behaviour at the University of Newcastle, and an Associate Investigator in the Priority Research Centre in Physical Activity and Nutrition at the University of Newcastle. Read more…

 

ann-luzeckyj-31122015 Dr Ann Luzeckyj (Flinders, Australia)

I am a Senior Lecturer in Higher Education at Flinders University. I passionately supports higher education access for all and has been involved in a number of projects that reflect the increased health and well-being issues that students, particularly as they transition into university face. Read more…

 

2013-07-30-23-01-37Dr Deborah Green (UniSA, Australia)

I am a Lecturer in Humanities and Social Science in the School of Education at the University of South Australia.  My research interests are social justice, inclusive and special education, bullying, cyber-bullying, bystander behaviours and resilience. Read more...

 

img_3729-2Dr Lisa Schultz (UniSA, Australia)

I am a researcher and educator in the School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences . I specialise in data analysis and statistical modelling, with a keen interest in understanding student health, well-being and engagement at university. Read more...

 

dino-002 Dr Dino Murtic (UniSA, Australia)

I am a course coordinator at the UniSA College and teach a variety of enabling courses with particular focus on academic essay writing skills and critical thinking. My current research focus is related to the overall wellbeing and consequent success of students enrolled in enabling education. Read more...

 

Dr Alyson Crozier (UniSA, Australia)

I am interested in the social-psychological influences on individual well-being. Specifically, my research focuses on how social factors impact individual engagement in health behaviours, such as physical activity. I’m also interested in students’ confidence and abilities to cope with the multiple demands placed on them while attending university, and how these cognitions and behaviours relate to their overall well-being. Read more...

 

downloadMs Tanya Weiler (UniSA, Australia)

I am the Program Director for the Regions and Indigenous Participation Program at UniSA College. My research interests focus on student motivation and the use of digital technology to improve health and wellbeing. Read more...

 

staff-homepage-2016-1Ms Sophie Diamandi (UniSA, Australia)

I am currently Program Director of the Bachelor Of Social Work(BSW). My teaching and research interests are in cultural diversity and developing cultural competency, social work practice, integration and application of social work theory, student learning in field education placements /practicums and developing social work professional identity. Read more…

 

Dr Paul ‘Nazz’ Oldham

I am a Lecturer at UniSA College currently teaching Communication For Academic Purposes, a Foundation Studies literacies course.