Higher Degree by Research - Clinical Science
From well to wounded and back again: Identity and agency in high risk, highly cohesive soldiers undergoing rehabilitation in the Australian Army
I have worked at the University of Adelaide since 2001 and I lecture in the areas of learning theory as well as methodology and statistics. My principal research interests are in the area of behavioural addictions (gambling and technology) as well as child protection and out-of-home care. Most of my research work involves statistical analysis of cross-sectional and longitudinal surveys and experimental studies.
I research in the areas of the Short Story, cultural and social intersections and contemporary Australian publishing in both Creative Writing and Australian literature. I have been for many years a freelance author and editor of numerous publications including 'Wet ink' - the magazine of new writing (2005-2012).
My most recent book was 'Tilting at Windmills'- the literary magazine in Australia 1968-2012 (University of Adelaide Press) 2015. Creative works have included a novella and two collections of short stories.