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Researcher: Marsh, P (Dr Pauline Marsh)

Fields of Research

Health and Community Services
Primary Health Care
Cinema Studies
Film and Television
Public Health and Health Services
Health Policy
Urban Sociology and Community Studies
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Social and Cultural Geography
Mental Health
Film, Television and Digital Media
Human Geography

Research Objectives

Palliative Care
Cultural Understanding
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Health and Support Services
Mental Health Services
Understanding Australia's Past
Visual Communication
Health Inequalities
Social Structure and Health
Rural Health
Distribution of Income and Wealth
Allied Health Therapies (excl. Mental Health Services)

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A review of bereavement care standards; Rural Health and Collaborative Research Symposium
Community gardens as sites of solace and end-of-life support: a literature review; International Journal of Palliative Nursing
DIGnity Supported Community Gardening
End-of-Life care in a community garden: Findings from a Participatory Action Research project in regional Australia; Health and Place
Family tremors: Margot Nash's Call Me Mum; Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia
Picturing a Golden Age: September and Australian Rules; Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media
Picturing a National Coming-of-Age in Peter Carstairs' September; Alphaville Inaugural Conference: Cinema in the Interstices
Postcolonial longing on the Australian cinematic frontier; Ilha do Desterro
Review of headspace Clinical Pathways in Tasmania
Shaping the System: advocacy techniques; Navigating a changing environment
Tasmanian bereavement care network and initiatives project: final report
The Conquest of Emmie
The primitive, the sacred and the stoned in Richard J. Frankland's Stone Bros; Studies in Australasian Cinema
The State of Play: Tasmania’s changing health and social care landscape; Tasmanian Health Conference 2015
Walking Each Other Home: Weaving Informal Palliative Supports into a Community Garden
Walking Each Other Home: Weaving Informal Palliative Supports into a Community Garden; 21st International Congress on Palliative Care
Woodvine - A Gift

Research Projects

DIGnity: Supporting people to participate in their local Community Garden; Tasmanian Community Fund (TasCF)
Regional Bereavement Care Networks and Initiatives
Walking Each Other Home: Weaving End of Life Support into a Community Garden

Research Candidate Supervision