Michelle Hunt is a social worker interested in the relationship between research, theory and practice.
Michelle is committed to participatory and collaborative research methods that capture the knowledge and expertise of the community. Her professional expertise is in the areas of gender, domestic family violence and the prevention of violence against women. She works from a feminist perspective that explores how systems and structures of disadvantage impact on the experiences of individuals and communities.
Michelle has worked in the areas of women’s health, domestic family violence and the prevention of violence against women.
Michelle is currently completing her PhD as part of the Central Highlands Children and Youth Area Partnership (CHCYAP) research collaboration. Her research project is a photovoice study with women who have experienced family violence and is being undertaken in partnership between Federation University, Berry Street and the Central Highlands Integrated Family Violence Committee.
Developing a case-based experiential learning model at a program level in a regional university: Reflections on the developmental process
This article reflects on the developmental process of a case-based experiential learning model:...