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Researcher: Marsh, P (Dr Pauline Marsh)

Fields of Research

Primary Health Care
Health and Community Services
Social and Cultural Geography
Cinema Studies
Mental Health
Health Promotion
Public Health and Health Services
Human Geography
Film and Television
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Ecosystem Function
Specialist Studies in Education
Health Policy
Horticultural Production
Film, Television and Digital Media
Urban Sociology and Community Studies
Care for Disabled
Aged Health Care
Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety
Urban and Regional Planning
Conservation and Biodiversity

Research Objectives

Palliative Care
Health and Support Services
Cultural Understanding
Mental Health Services
Social Structure and Health
Rural Health
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Health Education and Promotion
Health Related to Ageing
Health Related to Specific Ethnic Groups
Visual Communication
Understanding Australia's Past
Arts and Leisure
Distribution of Income and Wealth
Neurodegenerative Disorders Related to Ageing
Health Inequalities
Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health)
Allied Health Therapies (excl. Mental Health Services)
Environmental Health
Employment Services
Preventive Medicine
Disability and Functional Capacity
Evaluation of Health Outcomes
Urban and Industrial Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Urban and Industrial Air Quality

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A review of bereavement care standards; Rural Health and Collaborative Research Symposium
A systematic review and quality appraisal of bereavement care practice guidelines; Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
Community Gardens and the Landscape of dementia inclusivity; Australian Dementia Forum
Community gardens as sites of solace and end-of-life support: a literature review; International Journal of Palliative Nursing
Development of a Tasmanian Bereavement Care Network; Building Compassionate Communities Tasmania Forum 2017
DIGnity Gardening Program - interview at Dodges Ferry Community Garden
Dignity of risk in the community: a review of and reflections on the literature; Health, Risk and Society
DIGnity Supported Community Gardening; Australian Therapeutic Landscapes Conference 2017
DIGnity Supported Community Gardening
DIGnity Supported Community Gardening: Sites of leisure, pleasure and risk taking; ANZALS 13th Biennial Conference: Leisure for Social Change
End-of-Life care in a community garden: Findings from a Participatory Action Research project in regional Australia; Health and Place
Factors enabling and constraining work-integrated learning in rural practice settings; 6th Rural and Remote Health Scientific Symposium
Family tremors: Margot Nash's Call Me Mum; Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia
Gardening program cultivating community connections
Great and Good Gardening: Innovative Primary Health Care in Rural Community Gardens; Rural Health and Collaborative Research Symposium
Implementing an outreach headspace mental health service to increase access for disadvantaged and rural youth in Southern Tasmania; Australian Journal of Rural Health
In the Heart of the Garden
Living Loving Dying, Health Promoting Palliative Care and Rural Compassion; 15th National Rural Health Conference
Living, Loving, Dying: Health Promoting Palliative Care and the place for compassion in Rural Tasmania; The Annual Rural Health and Collaborative Research Symposium
Living, loving, dying: Insights into rural compassion; Australian Journal of Rural Health
Nature keeps people healthy
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
Researchers examine how being in nature improves health throughDIGnity program
Review of headspace Clinical Pathways in Tasmania
Review of headspace Clinical Pathways in Tasmania: Delivered via The Link Youth Health Services and Cornerstone Youth Services Inc, Tasmania
Shaping the System: advocacy techniques; Navigating a changing environment
Speed Talk Presentation; Australian Palliative Care Conference 2017
Tasmanian bereavement care network and initiatives project: final report
The biophilia effect: Our innate love of nature
The Conquest of Emmie
The DIGnity of risk: learning from a unique supported community gardening project in Tasmania; Hort Journal Australia
The landscape of dementia inclusivity; Health and Place
The Landscape of Dementia Inclusivity: People, places and community garden spaces; Australian Therapeutic Landscapes Conference 2018
The primitive, the sacred and the stoned in Richard J. Frankland's Stone Bros; Studies in Australasian Cinema
The Silk Striped Shirt
The State of Play: Tasmania’s changing health and social care landscape; Tasmanian Health Conference 2015
The Tasmanian Bereavement Care Network: linking people and services across the state; 15th National Rural Health Conference
The Tasmanian conundrum: Gardens, nature and an unhealthy population; Hort Journal Australia
Therapeutic Landscape Research Collective and DIGnity Supported Community Gardening
UTAS led research group to explore Tasmanian landscape as a preventative health measure
Walking each other home: community gardens and end-of-life care; Australian Palliative Care Conference 2017
Walking Each Other Home: Weaving Informal Palliative Supports into a Community Garden; 21st International Congress on Palliative Care
Walking Each Other Home: Weaving Informal Palliative Supports into a Community Garden
Why do green spaces make you more healthy?
Woodvine - A Gift
‘It’s not therapy, it’s gardening’: community gardens as sites of comprehensive primary healthcare; Australian Journal of Primary Health

Research Projects

Dementia Cafes: facilitating community conversations about dementia; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
DIGnity Supported Community Gardening as a tool for enabling dementia-friendly environments; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
DIGnity: Supporting people to participate in their local Community Garden; Tasmanian Community Fund (TasCF)
Healthy Future Environments and People; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Evaluation of the Palliative Care After hours Phone Support Service Tasmania
Regional Bereavement Care Networks and Initiatives
Walking Each Other Home: Weaving End of Life Support into a Community Garden

Research Candidate Supervision