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Jenny Martin

Position: Professor of Social Work and Human Services
Study area: Social Work, Community and Human Services
Location: Berwick Campus
Phone: +61353276941
Email: jm.martin@federation.edu.au

Qualifications

  • Mediator and Arbitrator Accreditation, Australian Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators.
  • Diploma for the Company Directors Course, Australian Institute of Company Directors.
  • Certificate in Gender and Disaster Recovery, World Bank, Washington.
  • Certificate IV in Assessment and Training, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.
  • PhD, LaTrobe University, Bundoora, Australia.
  • MSW, University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • Certificate in Developmental Child Psychiatry, Travencore/Austin Health, Heidelberg, Australia.
  • BSW, University of Melbourne, Australia.
  • BA, LaTrobe University, Bundoora, Australia.

Teaching

  • International conflict resolution
  • Grand challenges: Making a difference: Mental health challenge
  • Substance misuse and offending (Advanced)
  • Honours dissertations
  • Professional project (Advanced)
  • Discourses of care, control and protection (Advanced)
  • Mental health (Advanced)
  • Mental health
  • Mediation and conflict resolution (Advanced)
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • Social work and the law
  • Social work with families
  • Social work with individuals
  • Social work research methods
  • Critical social work
  • Social work field analysis
  • Introduction to social work practice
  • Communication Skills
  • Cross Cultural Practice
  • Interpersonal and public communication 1
  • Interpersonal and public communication 2
  • Field Education: Placement development and maintenance
    • Student briefings
    • Field educator briefings
    • Student field supervision
    • Student liaison

Biography

Jenny Martin is well experienced in the field of mental health as a social work researcher, educator and practitioner. Current research is focused on inter-disciplinary collaboration across health disciplines to improve clinical communication skills and client outcomes. This includes effective use of technology to enhance inter-disciplinary collaboration. Her research into workforce development in social work, mental health and aged care focuses on issues of access and equity highlighting the importance of translational research to inform practice outcomes and the importance of communicating this in reputable peer reviewed publications as well as to policy makers and in practice forums. Jenny Martin is regarded as an expert in education, mental health social work and conflict management.

Areas of expertise and Research Interests

  • Co-design and co-production
  • Consumer directed policy and practice
  • Eco-systems
  • Critical theory
  • Qualitative analysis
  • Conflict management and mediation
  • Mental health and wellbeing
  • Substance use
  • Housing affordability
  • Social inclusion and accessibility including education and employment
  • Cross cultural
  • Violence and abuse including elder abuse
  • Loss, grief and trauma including suicide
  • Evidence-based interventions
  • Access and equity
  • Risk and decision-making
  • Human computer interaction

Supervision

Postgraduate supervision (in progress)

2021 Nick Stilo:Police encounters with mentally ill people (Masters by Research, Federation University, Primary supervisor with Associate supervisor Margaret Camilleri)

Post graduate supervision (past)

2020 Nazma Khatun: A critical analysis of Bangladesh government’s approach to counter girl child trafficking and the rehabilitation of sexually abused, a feminist approach (PhD, Swinburne University – Primary supervisor with Associate supervisor Karen Hughes)

2020 Edwina Newham: Challenges and complexities of “Students with a Disability” as a single Equity Group within the Higher Education Sector (Master of Research, Swinburne University – Primary supervisor with Associate supervisor Karen Hughes)

2020 Tania Ciotti: Working title: Comportment, Contention, and Conflict: Identity and Role Dynamics Facing Human Service Practitioners in Cross-Cultural and Cross-Worldview Practice Contexts,Swinburne University (Master of Research, Associate supervisor)

2019 John Fallon: Life writing, dementia and wellbeing(PhD, Swinburne University – Associate supervisor with Sunil Bhar)

2019 Samuel Teague:Mental health, violence and media reporting(PhD, Swinburne University, Associate supervisor)

2019 Haylee Lane: Equity and decision-making in allied health (PhD, Monash University,  External Associate supervisor)

2018 Jean Palagi-Gunstone:Integrated Retirement Communities: Choice and Decision Making for Seniors  (PhD, Swinburne University –  Primary-supervisor with Bruno Mascitelli)

2018 Peter King:Borderline Personality Disorder: Policy and practice (PhD, RMIT University, Primary supervisor)

2016 Kellie Grant:Risk and decision-making in allied health (PhD – Monash University – External  Associate supervisor).

2015 Fatih Bodzemir:Basin-based conflict management approach in land and water resources in Turkey (PhD – External Associate supervisor - RMIT)

2014 Lee Koffman:Non-facial scarring body image and mental health (PhD, RMIT University, Primary supervisor)

2012 Nirmala Abraham:Newly emerging communities and issues for cross cultural practice (Master of Research, RMIT University, Primary supervisor)

2009 Marcel Koper: Professional supervision in the alcohol and other drugs sector (Master of Research, RMIT University, Primary supervisor)

2008 Lothar Wahl:Mental health of adolescents in out of home care ( RMIT University, Master of Research, Primary supervisor)

2008 Selma McFarlane:Psycho-social rehabilitation in mental health residential services (PhD, RMIT University, Primary supervisor)

2002 Ndungai wa Mungai:Issues facing asylum seekers without income support (Master of Research, RMIT University, Primary supervisor)

Publications

Books

Authored

Martin, J. 2017, Mental health social work, 3rd Edition, Ginninderra Press, Port Adelaide.

Martin, J. 2015, Conflict management, 2nd Edition, Gininderra Press, ACT.

Martin, J. 2012, Mental health social work, 2nd Edition, Ginninderra Press, Port Adelaide.

Martin, J. 2007, Conflict management and mediation, Gininderra Press, ACT.

Martin, J. 2006, Mental health practice, Gininderra Press, ACT.

Martin, J. 2003, An Ordinary Life: in China, Malaysia and Australia, Gininderra Press, ACT.

Edited Collections

Martin, J. 2018, Ed. Mental Health Policy, Practice, and Service Accessibility in Contemporary Society, 9781522574026: Medicine & Healthcare Books, IGI Global, New York.

Ling, H.K., Martin, J. and Ow, R. Eds. 2014, Cross cultural social work: Local and global, Palgrave, Melbourne.

Martin, J. and Hawkins, L. Eds. 2010, Information communication technologies for human services education and delivery: Concepts and cases, IGI Global, New York.

Book chapters

Grant, K. Martin, J., White, J. & Haines, T., 2018, Risk and mental health: What is it, who does it protect, and what happened to care?, Chapter 2 in J. Martin, (ed.), Mental Health Policy, Practice, and Service Accessibility in Contemporary Society. New York: IGI Global.

Lane, H., Martin, J. & Haines, T. 2018, Allied healthcare decision making: Issues of access and equity, Chapter 3 in J. Martin, (ed.), Mental Health Policy, Practice, and Service Accessibility in Contemporary Society. New York: IGI Global.

King, P. & Martin, J. 2018, Access to Evidence-Based Services for Individuals With Borderline Personality Disorder, Chapter 9 in J. Martin, (ed.), Mental Health Policy, Practice, and Service Accessibility in Contemporary Society. New York: IGI Global.

Bodzemir, F. & Martin, J. 2018, Natural Environments, Ecosystems, Conflict and Wellbeing: Access to Water, Chapter 13 in J. Martin, (ed.), Mental Health Policy, Practice, and Service Accessibility in Contemporary Society. IGI Global, New York.

Martin, J., Miller, J. and Hawkins, L. 2017, Community and human services: Past and present Chapter 3 In K. Crinall, K. and L. Berends, (eds.), Community and Human Services: New Frameworks for Practice, Federation Press, pp.27-44.

Martin, J. 2017, Working with migrants and refugees In K. Ellem, J. Wilson, and E. Chui, (eds.), Social Work and Human Services Best Practice, 2nd Ed. New South Wales: Federation Press, pp. 228-252.

Martin, J. 2016, Interdisciplinary professional development for mental health workers: A human rights approach. In T. Norton, Professional Development: Recent Advances and Future Directions, New York, USA: Nova Publishers, pp. 207-224.

Hawkins, L., Pattanayak, S., Martin. J. and Hess, L. 2016, Beyond borders: International social work field education In D. Velliaris, and D. Coleman-George, Handbook of Research on Study Abroad Programs and Outbound Mobility, New York: IGI Press, pp. 479-512.

Hawkins, L, Martin, J., Pattanayak, S. and McKay, E. 2015, Internationalising Social Work Education Through Massive Open Online Courses. In E. McKay, and J. Lenarcic (eds)Macro-Level Learning through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Strategies and Predictions for the Future, (pp. 75-90). London: Idea Group Reference ISBN: 978-1-4666-369-1, ISBN: 978-1-4666-3650-7.

McKay, E. and Martin, J. 2014, mHealth for ageing populations: Community, participation, connectivity and mobile technologies for older people (Chapter 22, Part VI mHealth aged-care and aging population). In A.Sasan (editor). Mobile Health (mHealth): Multidisciplinary Verticals, Australia, Taylor & Francis (CRC Press). ISBN 9781482214802 - CAT# K21776. pp.389-408.

Shankar, J. and Martin, J. 2014, Australian social work and human rights: A critical multicultural perspective to working with diverse cultures, In C. De Kock, C. Van Kerckhove and E. Vens (eds.), Social Work in International perspective: History, views, diversity and human rights. Reeks Sociale Wetenschappen - Kruispunten, Belgium.

Ling, H.K., Martin, J. and Ow, R. 2014, Introducing cross cultural-social work: local and global. In H.K. Ling, J. Martin & R. Ow, Cross cultural social work, Palgrave, Melbourne, pp.1-5.

Abraham, N. and Martin, J. 2014, Cultural Safety with New and Emerging Communities. In H.K. Ling, J. Martin & R. Ow, Cross cultural social work, Palgrave, Melbourne, pp.151-165.

Martin, J. 2014, Building a culturally diverse and responsive aged-care health workforce. In H.K. Ling, J. Martin & R. Ow, Cross cultural social work, Palgrave, Melbourne, pp. 197-215.

Martin, J. 2013, Networked Learning and Teaching for Student Mobility Abroad. In E.McKay ePedagogy in Online Learning: New Developments in Web Mediated Human Computer Interaction, IGI Global, New York, pp.119-132.

Martin, J. 2012, Women and Disaster Management. In M. Lownes Jackson and R. Guy, Eds. Economic Empowerment for Women: A Global Perspective, USA: Informing Science Institute, USA, pp.15-36.

Martin, J. and McKay, E. 2012, Mental health, post-secondary education and information and communications technology. In J. Lannon and E. Halpin, Eds. Human Rights and Information Communication Technologies: Trends and Consequences of Use, IGI Global, New York, pp.196-213.

Martin, J. and Tan, D. 2010, Freeware Solutions and International Work Integrated Learning in Higher Education: Case Study of WIL in Vietnam. In J. Burton Browning, Ed. Open- Source Solutions in Education: Theory and Practice, Informing Science Press, California.

Martin, J., McKay, E. and Hawkins, L. 2010, Educating a multidisciplinary human services workforce: Using a blended approach. In J. Martin and L. Hawkins, Eds. Information communication technologies for human services education and delivery: Concepts and cases, IGI Global, New York, pp. 1-14.

Martin, J. and McKay, E. 2010, Developing information communication technologies for the human services: Mental health and employment. In J. Martin and L. Hawkins, Eds. Information communication technologies for human services education and delivery: Concepts and cases, IGI Global, New York, pp. 152-166.

McKay, E. and Martin, J. 2007, Multidisciplinary Collaboration to Unravel Expert Knowledge: Designing for Effective Human-Computer Interaction. In M. Keppell, Ed. Instructional Design: Case Studies in Communities of Practice, Idea Group, Inc., UK.

Martin, J., McKay, E., Hawkins, L. 2007, Use of the Persona in Educational Design. In E. McKay, Enhancing Learning Through Human Computer Interaction, Idea Group, Inc., UK.

Martin, J. 2006, Social Work with Refugees and Asylum Seekers. In J. Wilson and E. Wong, Best Practices in Social Work, Federation Press, Queensland.

Martin, J. 2003, Historical Development of Critical Social Work Practice. In J. Allan, B. Pease and L. Briskman, Critical Social Work: An Introduction to Theories and Practices, Allen and Unwin, Melbourne.

Martin, J. 2003, Mental Health: Rethinking Practices with Women. In J. Allan, B. Pease and L. Briskman, Critical Social Work: An Introduction to Theories and Practices, Allen and Unwin, Melbourne.

Refereed journal articles

Kellie Grant, Louisa Whitwam, Jennifer Martin, Jennifer White & Terry Haines (2021) Clinician Perspectives of the Evidence Underpinning Suicide Risk Assessment: A Mixed Methods Study, Australian Social Work, DOI: 10.1080/0312407X.2021.1874030

Brennen, R., Frawley H., Martin, J. and Haines, T. (2021). Group based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more cost-effective than postnatal training for women with urinary incontinence: cost effective analysis of a systematic review. Journal of Physiotherapy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jphys.2021.03.001 Open Access.

Martin, J. & Roberts, S. (2021). The effectiveness of mediation for older people at risk of, or experiencing abuse: A scoping review. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 38, 175-87.doi.org/10.1002/crq.21294

Martin, J., Bozdemir, F. & Ahaduzzaman, S. (2020). An eco-systems approach to climate impacts on farmer wellbeing in Konya Closed Basin. International Journal of Community and Social Development, 2(4): 394-408.

Grant, K., White, J., Martin & Haines, T. (2020). Perceptions of risk in allied health resource allocation decision-making. New Community, 8(3)71: 10-15.

Martin, J., Liddel, M., Roberts, S and Greenwood, E. (2020). Effective therapeutic interventions for Australian adolescents using alcohol and/or other drugs.  International Journal of Mental Health Systems Open Access https://rdcu.be/cbP09

Wenzel, L., White, J., Sarkies, M., Morris, M., Carey, L., Williams, C., Taylor, N., Martin, J.,Bardoel, A. and Haines, T. (2020). How do health professionals prioritise clinical areas for implementation of evidence into practice?: A cross sectional qualitative study. International Journal of Evidence Based Healthcare. June 2020, published online ahead of print. doi: 10.1097/XEB.0000000000000217

Martin, J, Butler, M., Muldowney, A. and Aleksandrs, G. (2020). Using integrated experience-based co-design to promote mental health service design improvements with informal/family carers of adults from LGBTQ communities. SAGE Research Methods Cases Medicine and Health. doi:10.4135/9781529731194

Maylea, C., Makregiorgos, H., Martin, J., Alvarez-Vasquez, S., Dale, M.,Hill, N., Johnson,B., Thomas, S and Weller, P. (2020). Independent mental health advocacy: A model of social work. 3 Australian Social Work, 73(3), 334-346. DOI: 10.1080/0312407X.2020.1725076

Weller, P. 2019. Alvarez-Vasquez, S., Dale, M.,Hill, N., Johnson, B., Martin, J., Maylea, C. and Thomas, S., The need for independent advocacy for people subject to mental health community treatment orders. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 66, Sept-Oct, 101452 doi: 10.1016/j.ijlp.2019101452

Grant, K., White, J., Martin, J. & Haines, T. 2019. The costs of risk and fear: a qualitative study of risk conceptualisations in allied health resource allocation decision-making, Health, Risk & Society, 21:7-8, 373-389, DOI: 10.1080/13698575.2019.1667962

Sarkies, M., Skinner, E., Bowles, K., Morris, M., Williams, C., O’Brien, L., Bardoel, A., Martin, J., Holland, A., Carey, L., White, J. and Haines, T. 2019. A novel counterbalanced implementation study design: methodological description and application to implementation research. Implementation Science, 14(45), 2-11, doi:10.1186/s13012-019-0896-0

Martin, J, Butler, M., Muldowney, A. and Aleksandrs, G. 2019, Impacts of Regulatory Processes on the Experiences of Carers of People in LGBTQ Communities Living with Mental Illness or Experiencing a Mental Health Crisis, Social Science and Medicine, 230, 30-36.

Martin, J, Butler, M., Muldowney, A. and Aleksandrs, G. 2019, Carers of people from LGBTQ communities interactions with mental health service providers: Conflict and safety, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 28(3), 766-775. doi: 10.1111/inm.12581.

Martin, J., Paul, L. and Robertson, M. 2018, Continuing Education for Mental Health Social Workers in Australia. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 20(2): 129-143.

Sarkies, M., White, J., Morris, M., Taylor, N., Williams, C., O’Brien, L., Martin, J. Bardoel, A., Holland, A., Carey, L., Skinner, E., Bowles, K., Grant, K., Philip, K. & Haines, T. 2018, Implementation of evidence-based weekend service recommendations for allied health managers: A cluster randomized controlled trial protocol. Implementation Science, 13(60), 1-14. DOI: 10.1186/s13012-018-0752-7

Martin, J. 2018, Universities as legal entities and community dispute resolution: An Australian case study. Journal of Education, Philosophy and Theory,1273-1282, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2018.1427577.

Lane, H., Sturgess, T., Phillip, K., Markham, D., Walsh, J., Hubbard, W., Martin, J. and Haines, T. 2018, How do allied health professionals define and apply equity when making resource allocation decisions?   International Journal of Health Services, 48(2), 349-368. doi: 10.1177/0020731418762721

Martin, J. 2017, Embedding mental health literacy on depression and suicidal ideation in social work education. Current Neurobiology, 8(3), 68-75.

Martin, J. 2017, Mental health literacy and stigma of Australian social work students: Depression and suicidal ideation. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 19(2): 125-138.

Lane, H., Sturgess, T., Phillip, K., Markham, D., Martin, J., Walsh, J., Hubbard, W., Haines, T. 2017, What Factors do Allied Health Take into Account When Making resource Allocation Decisions? International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 6(x), 1-9. DOI: 10.15171/ijhpm.2017.105

Lane, H., Sarkis, M. Martin, J. and Haines, T. 2017, Equity in healthcare resource allocation decision- making: A systematic review. Social Science and Medicine, 175: 11-27. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.12.012

Martin, J. 2017, Use of a virtual clinic in social work education to develop mental health literacy. Australian Social Work, 70(2),197-208. DOI:10.1080/0312407X.2016.1238953

Martin, J., Kuek, S., Jarema, A., Oakham, M. and Maude, P. 2016, Suicide coverage in mainstream and social media: Challenges for media convergence. Community Quarterly, 14(55): 73-79.

Martin, J. 2016, Mental health literacy and social work education. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education 18(1):103-120.

Martin, J. 2016, An exploratory study of the benefits of youth mental health literacy studies for social work students. Journal of Mental Health Social Work, 14(1): 42-60.

Martin, J. 2015, Acute mental health services in Victoria: A crisis of care. New Community Quarterly, 13 (3): 82-84.

Martin, J. 2015, A strengths approach to elder mediationConflict Resolution Quarterly, 32, 481–498.

Martin, J. 2014, The Duality of Continuing Professional Development in Mental Health Social Work: Voluntary and Involuntary Status. Australian Social Work, 67 (2): 227-239.

Martin, J. 2013, Accredited Mental Health Social Work in Australia: A Reality Check. Australian Social Work 66 (2): 279-296.

Briskman, L., Jarema, A., Kuek, S. and Martin, J. 2013, Without Borders: Fostering Development Studies in Social Work. Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 17, Autumn, pp. 70-89.

McKay, E. and Martin, J. 2010, Mental health and wellbeing: Converging HCI with human informatics in higher education. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 7:339-51.

Martin, J. and Ling, H.K. 2010, International Education and Student Mobility: Curriculum Design and Delivery. Global Studies Journal, 3(1):119-128.

Martin, J. 2010, Disaster planning and gender mainstreaming: Black Saturday bushfires. New Community Quarterly, 8(1):3-9.

Martin, J. and Oswin, F. 2010, Mental health and access and equity in higher education. Advances in Social Work, 11(1):44-66.

Martin, J. 2010, Stigma and student mental health. Higher Education Research and Development, 29(3):259-274.

Shankar, J., Martin, J. and McDonald, C. 2009, Emerging areas for practice for mental health social workers: Education and employment. Australian Social Work, 62 (1): 28-45.

Martin, J. and Ling, H.K. 2008, International activity through student mobility: Physical, psychological and social adjustment. International Journal of Learning, 15(8):37-43.

Martin, J. and Buxton, M. 2007, Socio-economic and ecological issues in the Mekong River Basin. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 2(4):251-259, ISSN: 1833-1882.

Martin, J. and Douglas, K. 2007, Family Dispute Resolution: Social Work Theory and Practice Considerations. Australian Social Work, AASW, ACT, 60(3):295-307.

Douglas, K. and Martin, J. 2007, Policy Considerations in Family Dispute Resolution: Who’s Mediating the Mediators? Just Policy, Victorian Council of Social Services, Melbourne, No.44:23-30.

Martin, J., McElgunn, D., McLean, H., Pagliarella, I. and Law, S.F. 2007, Conflict Studies Across Post Secondary Education Sectors: Best Practices in Teaching Mixed Level Classes. International Journal of Learning, 14(1):167-176.

Buxton, M., Martin, J. and Kelly, M. 2006, Policy-Making Mediation in the Mekong River Basin. Just Policy, Victorian Council of Social Services, Melbourne, No.41:26-32.

McKay, E., Thomas, T. and Martin, J. 2003, Human Computer Interaction: Gearing Up for Work. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, Baltimore, JRRD-03-09-0138.

McKay, E., Thomas, T. and Martin, J. 2003, An Interactive Job Seeking System for Vocational Rehabilitation. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19, 396-398.

Refereed conference proceedings

Martin, J. 2020, Conservation agriculture, sustainable development and strong communities. In FAO,Strategies for the promotion of conservation agriculture in Central Asia. Proceedings of the International Conference, 5–7 September 2018, Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Tashkent pages 278-287. https://doi.org/10.4060/ca8659en

Martin, J. and Abraham, N. 2012, Cultural safety with new and emerging communities: Refugees and asylum seekers. In Bambang Shergi Laksmono, Kanya Eka Santi, Adi Fahrudin, Husmiati, Binahayati Rusyidi & Susilawati, Eds. Envisioning new social development strategies beyond MDGs: Proceedings of International Consortium for Social Development; Asia Pacific, ISSN: 2304-5051.

Martin, J. and Oswin, F. 2008, Post-secondary education: Opportunities and obstacles for mental health recovery. In K. Kellehear & V. Miller, Eds. Looking Toward Excellence in Mental Health Care in 2020, The MHS, Sydney.

Martin, J. and McKay, E. 2006, The Human-Computer Interaction Spiral. InSITE 2006 held 25-28 June, University of Salford, Informing Science Institute, Greater Manchester, England, Full Proceedings on CD.

Martin, J., McKay, E. and Shankar, J. 2006, Multi-disciplinary Collaboration Reduces Conflict. Bias, Misinformation, and Disinformation in Informing Systems. InSITE 2006 held 25-28 June, University of Salford, Informing Science Institute, Greater Manchester, England, Full Proceedings on CD.

Martin, J., Buxton, M. and Kelly, M. 2006, Sustainable Development in the Mekong River Basin. In Community Development in a Global Risk Society Conference Proceedings, Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, Deakin University, Geelong.

Martin, J., McKay, E. and Thomas, T. 2005, Recovery from Mental Illness: Lifestyle and Employment Options. In Kellehear, K. and Teeson, M., Harvesting Hope, The Mental Health Services Conference Inc. of Australia and New Zealand, Sydney, ABN: 53621 201 979.

McKay, E., Martin, J. and Izard, J. 2005, Cognitive Awareness in Vocational Training Programmes: Targeting Successful Outcomes for Young People and Those Wishing to Undertake Vocational Training. 3rd International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, HCI International Conference, Las Vegas, Full Proceedings on CD, ISBN: 0-8058-5807-5.

McKay, E., Thomas, T. and Martin, J. 2004, Human-computer interaction gearing up for work. Informing Science and Information Technology, 1: Informing Science Institute: Santa Rosa, CA, USA.

McKay, E., Martin, J. and Thomas, T. 2004, Work search prototype design: Human-computer interaction for vocational rehabilitation. In V.Uskov, Ed. International Association of Science and Technology for Development - Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE 2004) Conference proceedings, held 16-18 August, Kauai, Hawaii, USA: ACTA Press: Anaheim, 167-172.

Martin J. 1998,Continuity, change and future challenges for Australian Chinese families. Changing Families, Challenging Futures Conference proceedings. 25-27 November, Melbourne:Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Associations

  • Australian Council of Heads of Schools of Social Work
  • Australian Association of Social Workers: Accredited Mental Health Social Worker
  • International Federation of Social Workers
  • Resolution Institute (previously Australian Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators)
  • Australian Research Management Society (ARMS)