Current Projects

Online Alcohol and Other Drug Counselling Encounters & Experiences

Interdisciplinary research program exploring client experiences of online alcohol and other drug counselling

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The Intersection of Cancer & Culture: A Sociological Study

The purpose of this study is to examine what living with cancer means for individuals, communities and families from a migrant background

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Early Menopause: Perspectives of women and health professionals

A project exploring the experiences of women with early menopause and the perspectives of health professionals who care for women with this condition.

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Mental Health and Supported Decision Making: Lived Experience and Family Carers’ Stories

A research project investigating the lived experience of severe mental health problems and supported decision-making (SDM) from multiple perspectives.

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National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS)

The NCAS is a national survey which collects vital information about Australians’ knowledge of, and attitudes and responses towards, violence against women, and their attitudes towards gender equality.

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Sexual Violence, Stalking & Harassment

Justice for victim-survivors of sexual violence as well as the familiar and newly emerging harms of street harassment, online harassment and image-based abuse are all pressing issues for policy and legal reform.

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Family Violence Policy & Practice Reform

Victoria is currently undergoing an unprecedented state of rapid change and reform in response to family violence.

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Journeys Home: Longitudinal study of factors affecting housing stability

This is the first large-scale longitudinal study assessing a broad sample of Australians who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

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Journey to Social Inclusion (J2SI): A randomised controlled trial

The aim of this four year randomised control study is to assess the effectiveness of the Journey to Social Inclusion program to break the cycle of chronic homelessness.

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