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Professor Jennifer Martin

Discipline Leader (Social Work, Community and Human Services)

School of Arts

Section/Portfolio:

School Leadership

Location:

Berwick Campus, Online

Clinician Perspectives of the Evidence Underpinning Suicide Risk Assessment: A Mixed Methods Study

In recent years, suicide risk assessment has become the subject of a vigorous academic debate,...

Group-based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more cost-effective than postnatal training for women with urinary incontinence: cost-effectiveness analysis of a systematic review

Question: What is the most cost-effective way of providing pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) to...

The effectiveness of mediation for older people at risk of or experiencing abuse

This study seeks to identify the effectiveness of mediation interventions for older people at...

Effective therapeutic interventions for Australian adolescents using alcohol and/or other drugs: a scoping review

Background: There are a variety of residential and community service models of therapeutic...

How do health professionals prioritize clinical areas for implementation of evidence into practice? A cross-sectional qualitative study

AIM: The current study aimed to identify and understand the reasons why allied health...

Independent Mental Health Advocacy: A Model of Social Work Advocacy?

Advocacy has received less attention in social work research than other aspects of social work...

A novel counterbalanced implementation study design: Methodological description and application to implementation research

Background: Implementation research is increasingly being recognised for optimising the outcomes...

Carers of people from LGBTQ communities interactions with mental health service providers: Conflict and safety

This exploratory study examines the experiences of informal/family carers of people from LGBTQ...

Impacts of regulatory processes on the experiences of carers of people in LGBTQ communities living with mental illness or experiencing a mental health crisis

This article presents the findings of exploratory research on the mental health and community...

The costs of risk and fear: a qualitative study of risk conceptualisations in allied health resource allocation decision-making

Over the past several decades, the paradigm of risk has become increasingly salient for...

The need for independent advocacy for people subject to mental health community treatment orders

Independent mental health advocacy (IMHA) has been proposed as a way of maintaining peoples'...

Universities as legal entities and community dispute resolution: An Australian case study

This article considers the exercise of statutory power by an Australian university, in the state...

How Do Allied Health Professionals Define and Apply Equity When Making Resource Allocation Decisions?

An ethnographic study was conducted in 2 stages to understand how allied health professionals...

Implementation of evidence-based weekend service recommendations for allied health managers: A cluster randomised controlled trial protocol

Background: It is widely acknowledged that health policy and practice do not always reflect...

What factors do allied health take into account when making resource allocation decisions?

Background: Allied health comprises multiple professional groups including dietetics, medical...

Equity in healthcare resource allocation decision making: A systematic review

Objective To identify elements of endorsed definitions of equity in healthcare and classify...

Virtual Worlds and Social Work Education

The introduction of computerised virtual worlds in the early twenty-first century was considered...

Virtual world technology for developing social work counselling skills in mental health

When virtual worlds were introduced into post-secondary education in the early twenty-first...

  • Conference Proceedings

An exploratory study of the benefits of youth mental health literacy studies for social work students

This exploratory study compared mental health knowledge and beliefs of social work students...

Beyond borders: International social work field education

International social work field education placements pose considerable challenges for students,...

Interdisciplinary professional development for mental health workers: A human rights approach

This chapter considers the dominant political, economic and social context of contemporary mental...

  • Book Chapters

A Strengths Approach to Elder Mediation

Elder mediators require specialist knowledge of aging in context, capacity, and dementia as well...

Internationalising social work education using massive open online courses

Internationalising the curriculum is a priority of universities worldwide and increasingly a...

The Duality of Continuing Professional Development in Mental Health Social Work: Voluntary and Involuntary Status

In recent years, regulation of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements of...

Accredited Mental Health Social Work in Australia: A Reality Check

Accredited mental health social workers (AMHSWs) have a great deal to offer the clients they see...

Mental health, post-secondary education, and information communications technology

The primary aim of this chapter is to explore the use of information and communications...

Networked learning and teaching for international work integrated learning

This chapter explores the use of information communications technology (ICT) to support...

Stigma and student mental health in higher education

Stigma is a powerful force in preventing university students with mental health difficulties from...