Adelaide Medical School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Jonathan Crichton is visiting fellow in Psychiatry, Adelaide Medical School, University of Adelaide, and senior lecturer in Applied Linguistics, program director of the Bachelor of Arts, and member of the Research Centre for Languages and Cultures (RCLC) at University of South Australia. He's also president of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia.
His academic background is in philosophy and linguistics and his research focuses on communication in professions and organisations, particularly in health settings. He's involved in projects with practitioners and clients in psychiatry, mental health and aged care that aim to enhance how language is used and understood at critical moments in people's lives.
He's series editor of Communicating in Professions and Organisations, and joint series editor of Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics and Palgrave Advances in Language and Linguistics, all with Palgrave Macmillan, and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice.
His published books include Exploring Discourse in Context and in Action (2017), Communicating Risk (2016), Discourses of Trust (2013), Discourses of Deficit (2011), and The Discourse of Commercialisation (2010). Books under contract include Discourse and Explanation: Critical Moments in Health Communication, Palgrave Macmillan, and in preparation with Gillian Martin, Trinity College, Dublin, the Handbook of Intercultural Communication in Health Care, De Gruyter.
Date Position Institution name 2014 Senior Lecturer University of South Australia, Adelaide 2004 Visiting Fellow University of Adelaide, Adelaide
Language Competency German —
Date Institution name Country Title — Macquarie University, Sydney Australia PhD — Macquarie University, Sydney Australia MA — University of York, York United Kingdom BA(Hons)
Year Citation 2020 Galletly, C., Ash, D., Sweeney, S., O'Neill, F., & Crichton, J. (2020). Identifying and exploring linguistic expertise of psychiatrists in interviews with patients with thought disorder.. Australasian psychiatry : bulletin of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, 28(2), 193-198.
2019 O Neill, F., Crichton, J., & Scarino, A. (2019). Developing intercultural learning capabilities A case study in higher education. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 42(2), 125-145.
2015 Ullrich, S., & Crichton, J. (2015). Older people with dysphagia: Transitioning to texture-modified food. British Journal of Nursing, 24(13), 686-692.
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2015 Zhang, J. (2015). Discourses of Trust. DISCOURSE STUDIES, 17(1), 104-106.
2014 Beckwith, A., & Crichton, J. (2014). Homework setting in cognitive behavioral therapy: A study of discursive strategies. Communication and Medicine, 11(2), 91-102.
2014 Krawczyk, V., Hamilton-Bruce, M., Koblar, S., & Crichton, J. (2014). Group organization and communities of practice in translational research: A case study of a research team. SAGE Open, 4(4), 1-11.
2013 Fryer, C., Mackintosh, S., Stanley, M., & Crichton, J. (2013). I understand all the major things: How older people with limited English proficiency decide their need for a professional interpreter during health care after stroke. Ethnicity and Health, 18(6), 610-625.
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2012 Fryer, C., Mackintosh, S., Stanley, M., & Crichton, J. (2012). Qualitative studies using in-depth interviews with older people from multiple language groups: Methodological systematic review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(1), 22-35.
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2012 Ahmed, H., Naik, G., Willoughby, H., & Edwards, A. G. (2012). Communicating risk. BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 344(jun18 1), 7 pages.
2011 Galletly, C., & Crichton, J. (2011). Accomplishments of the thought disordered person: A case study in psychiatrist-patient interaction. Medical Hypotheses, 77(5), 900-904.
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2011 Candlin, C., & Crichton, J. (2011). Emergent themes and research challenges: Reconceptualising LSP. Linguistic Insights, 144, 277-316.
2010 Murray, N., & Crichton, J. (2010). What's in a name? Degree programs and what they tell us about 'applied linguistics' in Australia. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 33(2), 15.1-15.16.
2010 Beckwith, A., & Crichton, J. (2010). The negotiation of the problem statement in cognitive behavioural therapy. Communication and Medicine, 7(1), 23-32.
2008 Barker, S., & Crichton, J. (2008). Assessing and evaluating intercultural teaching and learning: An information management case study. Journal of International Education in Business, 1(1), 29-42.
2008 Liddicoat, A., & Crichton, J. (2008). The monolingual framing of international education in Australia. Sociolinguistic Studies, 2(3), 367-384.
2007 Crichton, J., & Koch, T. (2007). Living with dementia: Curating self-identity. Dementia, 6(3), 365-381.
2007 Scarino, A., Crichton, J., & Woods, M. (2007). The role of language and culture in open learning in international collaborative programmes. Open Learning, 22(3), 219-233.
Year Citation 2013 Fryer, C., Mackintosh, S., Stanley, M., & Crichton, J. (2013). 'No ambulance, you bring me': How older people with limited English proficiency access emergency healthcare after stroke. In INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE Vol. 8 (pp. 19). WILEY-BLACKWELL. 2012 Ash, D., & Crichton, J. (2012). Recovery based practice in acute psychosis - the current state of play, future directions. In Proceedings of the 3rd Biennial Schizophrenia International Research Conference, 2012 Vol. 136 (pp. S178). Netherlands: Elsevier.
2010 Stanley, M., Crichton, J., & Scarino, A. (2010). Bridging the language and culture divide in aged care: A case study in the Italian community. In AUSTRALASIAN JOURNAL ON AGEING Vol. 29 (pp. 41). WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC.
Year Citation 2013 Krawczyk, V., Crichton, J., Hamilton-Bruce, M., & Koblar, S. (2013). Perspectives on language, medicine and the human body in a multidisciplinary biomedical research group. Poster session presented at the meeting of INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE. WILEY-BLACKWELL.
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2006 - 2014 Principal Supervisor Critical Moments in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: A Study of Discursive Expertise Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Andrew Beckwith 2005 - 2016 Co-Supervisor Voices are what they say: A study of language in the experience of hearing voices Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Keith Smith
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