Rose Burford-Rice

Rose Burford-Rice
School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

I am working cross-culturally with women from the Afghan and South Sudanese refugee communities in South Australia using a community-based participatory approach to explore conceptualisations of mental health and how this may influence help-seeking for mental health issues.

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Rose Burford-Rice

I am working cross-culturally with women from the Afghan and South Sudanese refugee communities in South Australia using a community-based participatory approach to explore conceptualisations of mental health and how this may influence help-seeking for mental health issues.

I am undertaking a combined PhD/Master of Clinical Psychology program under the supervision of Professor Martha Augoustinos, Dr. Clemence Due and Dr. Linley Denson. 

I am investigating cultural conceptualizations of mental health and how this may influence help-seeking behaviours and understandings of women from the Afghan and South Sudanese refugee communities in South Australia.

My research interests are predominantly qualitative. My honours thesis involved the use of discourse and conversation analysis, and my current PhD work will involve qualitative interviews and thematic analysis. I am interested in social, political and developmental psychologoy, as well as working cross-culturally with refugees, asylum seekers, migrants, and Indigenous Australians. 

 

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Psychological Science

Postgraduate Training

Date Title Institution Country
Master of Clinical Psychology University of Adelaide Australia
Doctor of Philosophy University of Adelaide Australia

Australian Postgraduate Scholarship

My supervisors are Martha Augoustinos, Clemmence Due and Linley Denson. 

Memberships

Date Role Membership Country
2015 Australian Psychological Society

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