Dr Jaklin Eliott
Jaklin employs qualitative methodologies to examine how people talk or write about their experiences and perceptions of health-related issues, considering the social and ethical implications of different ways of understanding for individuals, carers (personal and professional), and society in general.
Her research is a unique contribution to the literature dealing with the social and moral aspects of the experience of cancer and terminal illness - particularly with regard to patient/consumer perspectives in the areas of decision-making, hope, and Complementary and Alternative Medicine. She has extensive experience in designing and conducting qualitative research, using focus group and personal interviews, and in analysing text, media, and speech via thematic and discursive analytical techniques.
A Senior Lecturer since 2012, and Program Coordinator since 2014 for the Counselling and Psychotherapy Graduate Suite of Programs in the School of Public Health, Dr Eliott has overseen significant growth in student numbers, increased staff levels, and industry engagement, whilst teaching and providing supervision for students at post-graduate level.
end of life care
carers/families living with a serious illness
social aspects of alcohol consumption
moral and ethical aspects of healthcare
|2016||Post-graduate Coordinator||University of Adelaide|
|2013||Program Coordinator||University of Adelaide|
|2012||Senior Lecturer||University of Adelaide|
|2008 - 2012||Senior Researcher||Cancer Council Australia|
|1998 - 2007||Social Scientist/Project Officer||Royal Adelaide Hospital|
|2016 - 2016||Fellowship||Barbara Kidman Fellowship||University of Adelaide||$30,000|
|1998 - 2006||University of Adelaide||Australia||PhD|
|1994 - 1994||University of Adelaide||Australia||BA (Hons) Psychology (1st class)|
|1990 - 1993||University of Adelaide||Australia||BA (Dance)|
|2017||May, N., Eliott, J. & Crabb, S. (2017). ‘Everything causes cancer’: how Australians respond to the message that alcohol causes cancer. Critical Public Health, 27, 4, 419-429.
|2017||Eliott, J., Forster, A., McDonough, J., Bowd, K. & Crabb, S. (2017). An examination of Australian newspaper coverage of the link between alcohol and cancer 2005 to 2013. BMC Public Health, 18, 1, 47-1-47-13.
|2017||Bartram, A., Eliott, J., Hanson-Easey, S. & Crabb, S. (2017). How have people who have stopped or reduced their alcohol consumption incorporated this into their social rituals?. Psychology and Health, 32, 6, 728-744.
|2017||Bartram, A., Eliott, J. & Crabb, S. (2017). 'Why can't I just not drink?' A qualitative study of adults' social experiences of stopping or reducing alcohol consumption. Drug and Alcohol Review, 36, 4, 449-455.
|2016||Carter, D., Sendziuk, P., Eliott, J. & Braunack-Mayer, A. (2016). Why is pain still under-treated in the emergency department? Two new hypotheses. Bioethics, 30, 3, 195-202.
|2016||Olver, I. & Eliott, J. (2016). Translating into practice cancer patients’ views on do-not-resuscitate decision-making. Cancers, 8, 10, 89-89.
|2016||Vaska, A., Benson, J., Eliott, J. & Williams, J. (2016). Age determination in refugee children: A narrative history tool for use in holistic age assessment. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 52, 5, 523-528.
|2016||Muhlack, E., Eliott, J., Carter, D. & Braunack-Mayer, A. (2016). Ethical justifications in alcohol-related health warning discourses. Cancer Forum, 40, 2, -.|
|2016||Dabovich, P. A. & McFarlane, A. C. (2016). Identity and veteran health behaviour: Considerations of context, culture and change. Armed Forces and Society (under review), -.|
|2015||Louise, J., Eliott, J., Olver, I. & Braunack-Mayer, A. (2015). Mandatory cancer risk warnings on alcoholic beverages: what are the ethical issues?. The American Journal of Bioethics, 15, 3, 3-11.
|2015||Watson, A., Eliott, J. & Mehta, K. (2015). Perceived barriers and facilitators to participation in physical activity during the school lunch break for girls aged 12–13 years. European Physical Education Review, 21, 2, 257-271.
|2015||Scarborough, J., Eliott, J., Miller, E. & Aylward, P. (2015). Equity in primary health care delivery: an examination of the cohesiveness of strategies relating to the primary healthcare system, the health workforce and hepatitis C. Australian Health Review, 39, 2, 175-182.
|2014||Eliott, J. & Miller, E. (2014). Alcohol and cancer: the urgent need for a new message. Medical Journal of Australia, 200, 2, 71-72.
|2014||Klafke, N., Eliott, J., Olver, I. & Wittert, G. (2014). The role of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) routines and rituals in men with cancer and their significant others (SOs): a qualitative investigation. Supportive Care in Cancer, 22, 5, 1319-1331.
|2014||Klafke, N., Eliott, J., Olver, I. & Wittert, G. (2014). The varied contribution of significant others to Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) uptake by men with cancer: a qualitative analysis. European Journal of Oncology Nursing (EJON), 18, 3, 329-336.
|2014||Bessen, T., Chen, G., Street, J., Eliott, J., Karnon, J., Keefe, D. & Ratcliffe, J. (2014). What sort of follow-up services would Australian breast cancer survivors prefer if we could no longer offer long-term specialist-based care? A discrete choice experiment. British Journal of Cancer, 110, 4, 859-867.
|2014||Wade, V., Eliott, J. & Hiller, J. (2014). Clinician acceptance is the key factor for sustainable telehealth services. Qualitative Health Research, 24, 5, 682-694.
|2014||Klafke, N., Eliott, J., Olver, I. & Wittert, G. (2014). Australian men with cancer practice complementary therapies (CTs) as a coping strategy. Psycho-Oncology, 23, 11, 1236-1242.
|2014||Olver, I., Eliott, J. & Koczwara, B. (2014). A qualitative study investigating chemotherapy-induced nausea as a symptom cluster. Supportive Care in Cancer, 22, 10, 2749-2756.
|2013||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2013). Public perceptions of cancer clusters, associated events, and appropriate institutional response. Cancer Forum, 37, 1, 93-99.|
|2013||Venning, A., Wilson, A., Kettler, L. & Eliott, J. (2013). Mental health among youth in South Australia: a survey of flourishing, languishing, struggling, and floundering. Australian Psychologist, 48, 4, 299-310.
|2013||Eliott, J. (2013). Hope-lore and the compassionate clinician. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 45, 3, 628-634.
|2012||Klafke, N., Eliott, J., Wittert, G. & Olver, I. (2012). Prevalence and predictors of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use by men in Australian cancer outpatient services. Annals of Oncology, 23, 6, 1571-1578.
|2012||Wade, V., Eliott, J. & Hiller, J. (2012). A qualitative study of ethical, medico-legal and clinical governance matters in Australian telehealth services. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 18, 2, 109-114.
|2012||Olver, I., Eliott, J., Long, L., McKinnon, M. & Rumsby, G. (2012). The impact of receiving treatment for cancer at a large metropolitan teaching hospital as recorded by patients using unstructured journals. Journal of Cancer Education, 27, 4, 625-630.
|2012||Wade, V., Karnon, J., Eliott, J. & Hiller, J. (2012). Home videophones improve direct observation in Tuberculosis treatment: a mixed methods evaluation. PLoS One, 7, 11, 1-13.
|2012||Wade, V. & Eliott, J. (2012). The role of the champion in telehealth service development: a qualitative analysis. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 18, 8, 490-492.
|2011||Mercurio, R. & Eliott, J. (2011). Trick or treat? Australian newspaper portrayal of complementary and alternative medicine for the treatment of cancer. Supportive Care in Cancer, 19, 1, 67-80.
|2011||Venning, A., Kettler, L., Zajac, I., Wilson, A. & Eliott, J. (2011). Is hope or mental illness a stronger predictor of mental health?. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 13, 2, 32-39.
|2011||Eliott, J. & Klafke, N. (2011). Family and complementary and alternative medicine. Cancer Forum, 35, 1, 40-43.|
|2011||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2011). Dying cancer patients talk about physician and patient role in DNR decision making. Health Expectations, 14, 2, 147-158.
|2011||Scarborough, J., Eliott, J. & Braunack-Mayer, A. (2011). Opioid substitution therapy: A study of GP participation in prescribing. Australian Family Physician, 40, 4, 241-245.|
|2009||Venning, A., Eliott, J., Kettler, L. & Wilson, A. (2009). Normative data for the Hope Scale using Australian adolescents. Australian Journal of Psychology, 61, 2, 100-106.
|2009||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2009). Hope, Life, and Death: A Qualitative Analysis of Dying Cancer Patients' Talk About Hope. Death Studies, 33, 7, 609-638.
|2009||Venning, A., Kettler, L., Eliott, J. & Wilson, A. (2009). The effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy with hopeful elements to prevent the development of depression in young people: a systematic review. International Journal of Evidence-based Healthcare, 7, 1, 15-33.
|2008||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2008). Dying cancer patients talk about euthanasia. Social Science & Medicine, 67, 4, 647-656.
|2008||Venning, A., Eliott, J., Wilson, A. & Kettler, L. (2008). Understanding young peoples' experience of chronic illness: a systematic review.. JBI library of systematic reviews, 6, 9, 324-352.|
|2008||Eliott, J., Kealey, C. & Olver, I. (2008). (Using) complementary and alternative medicine: The perceptions of palliative patients with cancer. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 11, 1, 58-67.
|2008||Olver, I. & Eliott, J. (2008). The perceptions of do-not-resuscitate policies of dying patients with cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 17, 4, 347-353.
|2008||Venning, A., Eliott, J., Wilson, A. & Kettler, L. (2008). Understanding young peoples' experience of chronic illness: a systematic review. JBI Reports, 6, 3, 321-336.
|2008||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2008). Choosing between life and death: Patient and family perceptions of the decision not to resuscitate the terminally ill cancer patient. Bioethics, 22, 3, 179-189.
|2007||Venning, A., Eliott, J., Whitford, H. & Honnor, J. (2007). The impact of a child's chronic illness on hopeful thinking in children and parents. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 26, 6, 708-727.
|2007||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2007). Autonomy and the family as (in) appropriate surrogates for DNR decisions: A qualitative analysis of dying cancer patients' talk. Journal of Clinical Ethics, 18, 3, 206-218.|
|2007||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2007). Response from Eliott and Olver. Journal of Clinical Ethics, 18, 3, 233-234.|
|2007||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2007). The Implications of Dying Cancer Patients' Talk on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders. Qualitative Health Research, 17, 4, 442-455.
|2007||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2007). Hope and hoping in the talk of dying cancer patients. Social Science & Medicine, 64, 1, 138-149.
|2006||Venning, A., Eliott, J., Wilson, A. & Kettler, L. (2006). Understanding young peoples' experience of chronic illness: a systematic review.. JBI library of systematic reviews, 4, 10 Suppl, 1-40.|
|2006||Olver, I. & Eliott, J. (2006). The meanings of 'hope' to patients living and dying with cancer. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 15, 2, S352-S353.|
|2006||Eliott, J., Kealey, C. & Olver, I. (2006). (Using) complementary and alternative medicine: A discourse analytic study of cancer patients' talk. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 15, 2, S117-S117.|
|2006||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2006). The patient in the family: A discursive analytic study of dying patients' (and their family's) talk on the do-not-resuscitate decision. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 15, 2, S233-S234.|
|2006||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2006). Hoping is better than hope: A discursive analysis of dying cancer patients' talk. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 58, 27-27.|
|2006||Olver, I. N. & Eliott, J. A. (2006). The meanings of "hope" to patients with cancer, nearing the end of their lives.. J Clin Oncol, 24, 18_suppl, 18567-.|
|2006||Eliott, J. & Olver, J. (2006). Analysis of the speech of dying patients with cancer on end-of-life decision-making. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 58, 26-27.|
|2005||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2005). End-of-life decision making is more than rational. Communication and Medicine, 2, 1, 21-34.
|2003||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2003). Perceptions of "good palliative care" orders: A discursive study of cancer patients' comments. Journal of Palliative Care, 6, 1, 59-68.
|2003||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2003). Legitimating do-not-resuscitate orders: A discursive study of cancer patients' speech. Journal of Palliative Care, 19, 2, 100-106.|
|2002||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2002). The discursive properties of "hope": A qualitative analysis of cancer patients' speech. Qualitative Health Research, 12, 2, 173-193.
|2002||Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2002). Legitimating do-not-resuscitate orders: A qualitative study of cancer patients' talk. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 54, 2, 116-116.|
|2002||Olver, I., Eliott, J. & Mortimer, J. (2002). Cancer patients' perceptions of do not resuscitate orders. Psycho-Oncology, 11, 3, 181-187.
|2000||Olver, I. & Eliott, J. (2000). Autonomy and end-of-life decision-making. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 9, 5, S37-S37.|
|2000||Eliott, J. & Oliver, I. (2000). The consequences of hope: Constructions of hope and the experience of cancer.. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY, 9, 5, S62-S62.|
|2005||J. Eliott (Ed.) (2005). Interdisciplinary perspectives on hope. Nova Science Publishers.|
|2013||Venning, A., Eliott, J., Kettler, L. & Wilson, A. (2013). Complete mental health in South Australian youth: prevalence, measurement, and promotion. In C. Keyes (Ed.), Mental Well-Being: International Contributions to the Study of Positive Mental Health (pp. 29-50). Netherlands: Springer.
|2012||Venning, A., Kettler, L., Eliott, J. & Wilson, A. (2012). Cognitive behavior therapy. In Encyclopedia of Adolescence (pp. 439-447). United States: Springer.
|2005||Eliott, J. (2005). What have we done with hope? A brief history. In Jaklin Eliott (Ed.), Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Hope (pp. 3-45). New York: Nova Science Publishers.|
|2015||Carter, D. A., Sendziuk, P. J., Eliott, J. A. & Braunack-Mayer, A. J. (2015). Why Is Pain Still Under-Treated in the Emergency Department? Two New Hypotheses. Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). Adelaide, Australia.|
|2012||Olver, I. N., Eliott, J. A. & Koczwara, B. (2012). A qualitative study of the subjective experience of chemotherapy-induced nausea in cancer patients and survivors.. 48th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-of-Clinical-Oncology (ASCO). Chicago, IL.|
|2011||Olver, I. & Eliott, J. (2011). A Qualitative Study of Survivorship Issues in the Families of Patients With Cancer. European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress on Integrating Basic and Translational Science, Surgery, Radiotherapy, Medical oncology, Advocacy and Care. Stockholm, SWEDEN.|
|2010||Wade, V., Eliott, J., Karnon, J. & Elshaug, A. (2010). A qualitative study of sustainability and vulnerability in Australian telehealth services. Global Telehealth Conference (GT). Fremantle, Perth, WA.
|2005||Olver, I. & Eliott, J. (2005). Changes in cancer patients' perceptions of do-not-resuscitate orders as end of life (EOL) approaches. 41st Annual Meeting of the American-Society-of-Clinical-Oncology. Orlando, FL.|
|2004||Olver, I. & Eliott, J. (2004). Analysis of the speech of dying patients with cancer on end-of-life decision making. 40th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-of-Clinical-Oncology. New Orleans, LA.|
|2017||Bartram, A. J., Eliott, J., Hanson-Easey, S. & Crabb, S. (2017). How do people who stop or reduce their alcohol consumption incorporate this within social rituals?. 15th World Congress on Public Health. Melbourne, Australia.|
|2017||Miller, E., Eliott, J. & Crabb, S. (2017). How will people respond to warning labels about cancer on alcohol products?.|
|2017||Bartram, A. J., Hanson-Easey, S. & Eliott, J. (2017). Heroic journeys: how temporary alcohol abstinence campaigns portray participant experiences. 11th Florey Postgraduate Research Conference. Adelaide, Australia.|
|2017||Bartram, A. J., Crabb, S., Hanson-Easey, S. & Eliott, J. (2017). ‘We were totally supportive, of course’: How people talk about supporting a significant other to stop or reduce their drinking. PHAA SA State Population Health Conference. Adelaide, Australia.|
|2017||Bartram, A. J., Hanson-Easey, S. & Eliott, J. (2017). Heroic journeys: How temporary abstinence campaigns portray participant experiences. Global Alcohol Policy Conference. Melbourne, Australia.|
|2016||Bartram, A. J., Eliott, J., Hanson-Easey, S. & Crabb, S. (2016). How do people who stop or reduce their alcohol consumption incorporate this into their social rituals?. 10th Florey Postgraduate Research Conference. Adelaide, Australia.|
|2016||Chittem, M., Eliott, J. & Olver, I. (2016). End-of-life decision-making in India.|
|2016||Muhlack, E., Eliott, J., Braunack-Mayer, A., Carter, D. & Morfidis, N. (2016). Responsibility, recreation, and gender: a systematic review of middle-aged non-problematised drinkers’ constructions of their alcohol consumption. Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs Conference 2016. Sydney, NSW.|
|2016||Bartram, A. J., Eliott, J. & Crabb, S. (2016). “What’s wrong with you?”: Managing the social challenges of reducing your alcohol consumption. Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Conference. Hobart, Australia.|
|2014||McGuiness, C. E. & Eliott, J. (2014). “Building yourself to better cope”: a case study of a cycling team led by cancer survivors. Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference. Adelaide, S.A..|
|2014||Bessen, T., Chen, G., Street, J., Eliott, J., Karnon, J., Keefe, D. & Ratcliffe, J. (2014). What sort of follow-up services would Australian breast cancer survivors prefer if we could no longer offer long-term specialist-based care? A discrete choice experiment. COSA's 41st Annual Scientific Meeting. Joining Forces - Accelerating Progress. Melbourne, Vic..
|2012||Klafke, N., Eliott, J., Olver, I. & Wittert, G. (2012). MEN WITH CANCER USING COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE (CAM): VARIATIONS IN SIGNIFICANT OTHERS' INVOLVEMENT.|
|2012||Eliott, J. A. & Mignone, J. (2012). 'IT'S A VERY DIFFICULT BALANCE': A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF CANCER SPECIALISTS' PERCEPTIONS OF DISCUSSING COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE WITH THEIR PATIENTS.|
Investigating the inclusion of vulnerable populations in Advance Care Planning: Developing complex and sensitive public policy (2016-21) ($781,842 total: NHMRC contribution $379,367)
A project funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, Partnership Projects (ID: APP1133407), and partner organisations:
* Aged and Community Services SA & NT Inc
* Alzheimer’s Australia SA
* Law Society of South Australia
* Modbury Hospital Foundation (MHF)
* Multicultural Communities of SA (MCCSA)
* Northern Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN)
* Northern Communities Health Foundation (NCHF)
* Northern Health Network (NHN)
* Palliative Care SA (PCSA)
* SA Health
Summary: Through this Partnership Project, the topic of Advance Care Planning (ACP) will bring together key stakeholders from government, professions, NGOs, and community members to determine how people from different cultural backgrounds (with specific engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), and those requiring specialist health services to meet their health needs, can appropriately be included in policy development on issues that affect them. Building on knowledge and partnerships established during a 2015-16 scoping study, we will identify what is, what could be, and what should be done to support effective ACP and associated end-of-life care conversations within vulnerable communities.
Hearing the voices of the vulnerable in end-of-life care planning (2015/6).
A project funded by Northern Communities Health foundation ($25,000).
Crawford, A., Burgess, T., Eliott, J., Richards, B., Zivkovic, T., Chong, Al, & Faulkner, D.
Summary: This scoping study aimed to bring together diverse stakeholders in South Australia to identify and name the issues and challenges that need further investigation, in order to bridge the gap between policy and practice in vulnerable populations, specifically in initiating advance care planning processes and developing advance care plans in accordance with national policy.
The main outcome of the project was the development of an NHMRC Partnership Grant which drew on the results of consultations with participants working with people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with chronic disease around their perceptions of the current processes around end of life care conversations and advance care planning processes.
Public and ethical responses to mandated alcohol warning labels about increased long-term risk of cancer (2012/16)
ARC Linkage Project, 2012-2015 (LP120200175)
Miller, E.R.,Eliott, J., Olver, I.N., Ali, R., Braunack-Mayer, A.J.,Crabb, S.H., Louise, J., & Baratiny, G.Y.
Partner Organisations: Cancer Council Australia, Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia
Summary: This project examines how the Australian public will respond to the proposed introduction of alcohol product warning labels. It will establish how such at point of sale messages can acceptably and effectively inform Australians about the long-term, but modifiable, cancer risk associated with alcohol use and reduce the national cancer burden.
Adelaide-Bordeaux Student Alcohol Project – a Pilot Study (2014)
A project funded by the Faculty of the Professions, University of Adelaide
Miller, E.R.,Eliott, J., & Bouzdine-Chameeva, T.
Summary: This project examines all aspects of alcohol behaviour, including all forms of alcohol, in students in both university cohorts. The information will assist in characterising risk behaviour in relation to alcohol, and will benefit the University by providing risk level data specific to inform appropriate preventive activity planning.
|Date||Course Title||Institution||Course Level / Code||Role|
|2012-2015||Qualitative Research Methods in Health||University of Adelaide||Masters / PUB HLTH 7078||Course Coordinator/Lecturer|
|2015||Qualitative Research Methods in Health (OL)||University of Adelaide||Masters / PUB HLTH 7078OL||Course Coordinator/Lecturer|
|2012 current||Ethics in the Workplace||University of Adelaide||Masters / PUB HLTH 5006||Course Coordinator/Lecturer|
|2012 current||Narrative Approaches to Counselling and Group Work||University of Adelaide||Masters / PUB HLTH 7005||Course Coordinator|
|Counselling Applications||University of Adelaide||Masters / PUB HLTH 7006||Sessional Lecturer
(Hope and positive psychology)
Research-based Degree Supervisions
|Date||Role||Thesis Title||Institution/School||Student Name||Comments|
|Current||PhD Primary Supervisor||Public perceptions of the link between cancer and alcohol||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Natalie May||ARC funded Top-up Scholarship|
|PhD Primary Supervisor||Ethical analysis of the link between alcohol and cancer||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Emma Muhlack||ARC funded Top-up Scholarship|
|PhD Primary Supervisor||Equity in primary health care delivery: an examination of the cohesiveness of strategies relating to the primary healthcare system, the health workforce and hepatitis C||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Jane Scarborough|
|PhD Primary Supervisor||Negotiating the social consequences of choosing to stop drinking alcohol||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Ashlea Bartram||Martha Dusseldorp Cancer Council Top-up Scholarship|
|PhD Primary Supervisor||Steward or Nanny State? Consulting the public on the use of regulations and laws to prevent childhood obesity||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Alison Harwood||NHRMC Supplementary Scholarship|
|PhD Primary Supervisor||Veterans and health||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Paula Dabovich|
|PhD Primary Supervisor||Quality of life following treatment for sarcoma||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Joshua McDonough||Top up Scholarship: The Hospital Research Foundation|
|PhD Co-supervisor||Men's use and non-use of flexible working arrangements||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Ashlee Borgkvist|
|2006||Honours Supervisor||The impact of a child's chronic illness on hopeful thinking in children and parents||University of Adelaide/Psychology||Anthony Venning||Awarded 1st class|
|2008||Honours Supervisor||Trick or treat? Australian newspaper portrayal of complementary and alternative medicine for the treatment of cancer||University of Adelaide/Psychology||Reegan Mercurio||Awarded 1st class|
|2008||Honours Supervisor||Opioid substitution therapy: A study of GP participation in prescribing||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Jane Scarborough||Awarded|
|2008||Honours Supervisor||Media reporting of cancer and dietary advice||University of Adelaide/Psychology||Jessica Mignone||Awarded|
|2009||Masters Supervisor||Depictions of responsible practice in corporate website||University of Adelaide/Psychology||Julia Canny||Awarded|
|2010||PhD Co-supervisor||Hope and positive psychology||University of Adelaide/Psychology Combined Clinical PhD||Anthony Venning||Awarded/
by publication Commendation
|2010||Honours Supervisor||Children and parents||University of Adelaide/Psychology||Natassja Maher||Awarded|
|2012||Masters Supervisor||University of Adelaide/General Practice/Grief and Palliative Care||Siti Mohamad||Awarded|
|2013||Honours Supervisor||Age determination in refugee children: Developing an evidence-based narrative history tool for use in holistic age assessment||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Ashish Vaska||Awarded 1st class|
|2014||PhD Primary Supervisor||Men and CAM||University of Adelaide/Psychology||Nadia Klafke||International Postgraduate Research Scholarship; Florey Medical Research Top-up Scholarship. Awarded.|
|2014||PhD Co-Supervisor||Telehealth||University of Adelaide/Public Health||Victoria Wade||Awarded|