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Dr Tejaswini Patil Vishwanath

Senior Lecturer, Community and Human Services

School of Arts

Section/Portfolio:

Community Welfare

Location:

Mt Helen Campus, Online

“[B]efore the training I just assumed they've done something bad”: Reporting on professional training for pharmacy assistants and pharmacy dispensary technicians on medically assisted treatment of opioid dependence

Background: A study that examined the lived experiences of Medically Assisted Treatment of Opioid...

A Narrative Review of Pharmacotherapy Treatment for Opioid Addiction and Application in a Community-Based Model in Victoria, Australia

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:...

  • Journals

‘Doing diversity’ in a social work context: reflecting on the use of critical reflection in social work education in an Australian University

There is abundant literature that teaches social work graduates to be culturally competent and...

Australian media and islamophobia: Representations of asylum seeker children

Australian media invests considerable attention in asylum seekers and their children, especially...

Reflecting critically on the critical disposition within Internationalisation of the Curriculum (IoC): the developmental journey of a curriculum design team

Internationalisation of curriculum (IoC) practices promote students developing knowledge of other...

The lived experience of Australian opioid replacement therapy recipients in a community-based program in regional Victoria

Introduction and Aims: Treatment of opioid dependence through opioid replacement therapy is...

Critically reflecting on the Australian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics: Learning from a social work field placement

When a student experienced a personally challenging situation during field placement, she and...

The Politics of Race, Nationhood and Hindu Nationalism: The Case of Gujarat Riots of 2002

The discussion on Hindu-Muslim conflict in India has revolved around religious or...

Manipulative silences and the politics of representation of boat children in Australian print media

There is substantial literature on media representations of asylum seeker policy in Australia...

Reflecting critically on my journey through social work education in an Australian university

  • Book Chapters

Silence as a Discourse in the Public Sphere: Media Representations of Australians Joining the Fight in Syria

Literature on media representations of Islamic terrorism predominantly employs discourse analysis...

  • Journals

'You can't have the struggle without the ugly fringe'-Publicness in Australian National Imagination: Media representations of the Muslim demonstrations in Sydney in 2012'

Demonstrations in Sydney in September 2012 against the YouTube film Innocence of Muslims turned...