School of Public Health
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
I am a Senior Lecturer in the School of Public Health at the University of Adelaide, and the Associate Dean (Gender, Equity & Diversity) for the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
Since completing my PhD in Psychology in 2006, I have worked in academic and research roles in the School of Psychology, School of Medicine (Discipline of Psychiatry), and, since 2012, the School of Public Health.
My research interests are primarily in the area of qualitative and critical health psychology. In particular, I have a strong interest in issues related to: risk (especially cancer risk), health promotion, and public understandings of science. I am also particularly interested in gendered health issues and gender equity more broadly.
Date Position Institution name 2014 Senior Lecturer, Level C School of Public Health, The University of Adelaide 2014 Associate Dean (Gender, Equity & Diversity) Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, The University of Adelaide 2012 - 2013 Lecturer, Level B School of Public Health, The University of Adelaide 2007 - 2011 Senior Research Officer Discipline of Psychiatry, The University of Adelaide 2006 - 2007 Associate Lecturer, Level A School of Psychology, The University of Adelaide 2003 - 2005 Research Officer School of Psychology, The University of Adelaide 2001 - 2005 Casual Lecturer and Tutor School of Psychology, The University of Adelaide
Date Institution name Country Title 2006 School of Psychology, The University of Adelaide Australia PhD 1998 School of Psychology, The University of Adelaide Australia BA Honours (First Class) 1997 The University of Adelaide Australia BA
Year Citation 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?. In 15th World Congress on Public Health. Melbourne, Australia. 2016 Bartram, A. J., Eliott, J., & Crabb, S. (2016). “What’s wrong with you?”: Managing the social challenges of reducing your alcohol consumption. In Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Conference. Hobart, Australia.
Year Citation 2018 Bartram, A. J., Eliott, J., Hanson-Easey, S., & Crabb, S. (2018). Losing the booze without losing the pleasure: Adapting social rituals to accommodate changes in drinking. Poster session presented at the meeting of Pleasure and Health: A Colloquium. Adelaide, 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?. Poster session presented at the meeting of 10th Florey Postgraduate Research Conference. Adelaide, Australia. 2014 Wittwer, T., Crabb, S., Milazzo, A., Tooher, R., & Chittleborough, C. (2014). Small Groups Discovering Public Health Interventions. Poster session presented at the meeting of CAPHIA Public Health Teaching And Learning Forum. The University Club of Western Australia.
Report for External Bodies
Year Citation 2012 Palmer, E. J., Devitt, P., Chur-Hansen, A., Crabb, S., & De Young, N. (2012). The Medici Project: Developing a Multi-disciplinary, Sustainable Resource for Blended Learning Initiatives in Tertiary Medical Education. OLT website: OLT.
Competitive external funding
- Miller, E., Eliott, J., Olver, I., Ali, R., Braunack-Mayer, A., Crabb, S., Louise, J. & Baratiny, G. (2012-2015). Alcohol causes cancer! Public and ethical responses to mandated alcohol warning labels about increased long-term risk of cancer. Australian Research Council, Linkage Grants Program (LP120200175),
- Palmer, E., Devitt, P., Chur-Hansen, A. & Crabb, S. (2009-2011). The Medici project: Developing a multi-disciplinary, sustainable resource for blended learning initiatives in tertiary medical education. Australian Learning & Teaching Council Competitive Grants Project (CG9-1068), $219,434 (total project budget $465,397).
- Augoustinos, M., LeCouteur, A. & Crabb, S. (2003-2005). Representations of genomics in the UK: Media, interest groups, and Government texts. Economic & Social Research Council (UK) grant - tender through the University of Surrey, £36 000 (approx. AU$100,000, according to the exchange rate at the time).
|2012-2015||Public Health 1B (Bachelor of Health Sciences)||Course Coordinator, Practical Facilitator|
|2012-2015||Social Foundations of Health II (Bachelor of Health Sciences)||Course Coordinator, Module Coordinator|
|2012-2013, 2015||Public Health 1A (Bachelor of Health Sciences)||Practical Facilitator|
|2012-2014||Qualitative Research Methods in Health (Master of Public Health)||Guest lecturer|
|2012-2013||Public Health Internship III (Bachelor of Health Sciences)||Guest lecturer|
|2012||Health Promotion online module (Master of Occupational Health & Safety)||Guest contributor|
|2001-2013, 2015||Advanced Health Psychology (Honours Psychology)||Co-coordinator, Lecturer|
|2007||Psychology I, Research methods & statistics||Lecturer|
|2007||Psychology II, Language||Lecturer|
|2006-2007||Psychology I, Motivation & Emotion||Lecturer|
|2006-2007||Psychology II||Tutorial & Assessment Coordinator|
|2001-2004||Qualitative Research Methodology (Honours Psychology)||Guest lecturer|
|2001-2002||Psychology I tutorials||Tutor|
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2019 Co-Supervisor Wellbeing, Meaning and Time Spent with Children: The Case of Part-time Working Fathers Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Eric Michel Mercier 2019 Principal Supervisor School Food Environments: Policies and programs in South Australian Schools Master of Philosophy (Public Health) Master Full Time Ms Neha Kishan Lalchandani 2018 Co-Supervisor Men in Flexible Work: The Personal, Organisational and Cultural Factors Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mrs Marianne Holly Clausen 2014 Principal Supervisor Fatherhood and Parental Leave Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Ashlee Rae Borgkvist 2013 Co-Supervisor Public Perceptions of the Link Between Alcohol and Cancer Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Natalie May
Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2015 - 2018 Co-Supervisor Negotiating the Social Consequences of Stopping or Reducing Alcohol Consumption Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Ashlea Jade Bartram 2013 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Millennial Mental Health: Examining Current Approaches and Exploring Challenges to the Measurement and Promotion of Mental Health in Young Australians Doctor of Philosophy/Master of Psychology (Clinical) Doctorate Full Time Ms Emmelin Hsien-Leen Teng 2012 - 2015 Principal Supervisor A Co-Benefit Analysis of Alternative Transportation in Adelaide, Australia: Integrating Perspectives from Communities and Stakeholders for Sustainable Change Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Ting Xia 2009 - 2015 Co-Supervisor Potential Futures: An Ethnography of a Familial Cancer Counselling and Genetic Testing Unit Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Amaya Gilson 2009 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Understandings of Men’s Depression in Published Research, News Media Portrayals, and Men’s Accounts of their Experiences Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Brett David Scholz 2008 - 2013 Principal Supervisor 'If you don't manage diabetes it will manage you': Type two diabetes self-management in rural Australia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Laura Jones 2008 - 2012 Co-Supervisor Asymmetry in Interaction on a Men's Relationship Counselling Helpline: Managing the Competing Relevancies of Troubles-Telling and Service Provision Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Rebecca Rosamaria Feo 2007 - 2010 Co-Supervisor Resisting behavioural change: Proposal-resistance sequences in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy sessions for clients with depression Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Katie Simmons 2007 - 2011 Co-Supervisor Elite Athletes' Experiences of Psychological Distress and Psychopathology: A Discursive Analysis of Athlete Identity in Contexts in which Athletes are Vulnerable to Experiencing Psychopathology Master of Psychology (Clinical)/Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Suzie Cosh 2007 - 2011 Co-Supervisor Making Arrangements: Remote proposal sequences and attendant structural phenomena in social interaction Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Stuart Ekberg 2007 - 2013 Co-Supervisor A Qualitative Study of Medication Adherence Amongst People with Schizophrenia Master of Psychology (Clinical)/Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Lucinda Clifford
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