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Researcher: Martyr, PJ (Dr Philippa Martyr)

Fields of Research

Australian history
Other philosophy and religious studies
Other information and computing sciences
Gender studies
Mental health nursing
Health promotion
History and philosophy of medicine
Human information interaction and retrieval
Other Indigenous studies
Social theory
Sociology of education
People with disability
Communications engineering
Library studies
Traditional, complementary and integrative medicine
Historical studies
Health services and systems

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in psychology
Other education and training
Mental health
Expanding knowledge in human society
Gender and sexualities
Understanding Australia's past
Social structure and health
Allied health therapies (excl. mental health services)
Health education and promotion
Other health
Other information and communication services
Other environmental management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'A small price to pay for peace': the Elizabeth Kenny controversy re-examined; Australian Historical Studies
The Great Scourge, by Ann Killalea
A response to Margaret Denton (On the subject of Sister Kenny); Australian Historical Studies
An evaluation of nursing student placement in the Beaconsfield Multi-Purpose Service; Australian Electronic Journal of Nursing Education
Antidepressant discontinuation: a consumer's view
Antidepressant discontinuation: what your clients need to know
Australian history on the world wide web
Clem Lloyd and Jacqui Rees, The Last Shilling: a history of repatriation in Australia, 1994
Confessions of a mental health webmistress; Collaboration in Mental Health: Making the Difference
D Philips, S Davies (eds) A Nation of Rogues? Crime, law and punishment in colonial Australia
Dunlop and McKillop; Quadrant
East is Aust and West is Not? Conspicuous in our absence; Limina: a journal of history and cultural studies
Easter People: the making of a secular religion
Education, Training and Support for Australian Rural Nurses; The Association for Australian Rural Nurses Inc AARN
Electronic journal helps students appreciate value of publishing
Fostering Bachelor of Nursing Students' Research Skills Using Public Health Education; Journal of Nursing Education
Fresh-flowing history; Quadrant
From quackery to qualification: massage and electrotherapy in Australia, 1870-1906; Electronic Journal of Australian and NZ History
Graeme Davison, The Unforgiving Minute: how Australians learned to tell the time, 1993
H Irving (ed), A Woman's Constitution? Gender and politics in the Australian commonwealth
Henry Reynolds, Fate of a Free People: a radical re-examination of the Tasmanian Wars, 1994
Lucky beggars: Australia's disabled veterans after the Great War
More on the Sydney Archdiocese Easter People Lenten program
Murder most foul: Keith Windschuttle's The Killing of History
My brain hurts: experiences in flexible course delivery at the Tasmanian School of Nursing, 1997-1998; Apple University Consortium Conference
New Catholic Inquiry Centre program: but how distinctively Catholic?
No paradise for quacks? Nineteenth century health care in Tasmania; Tasmanian Historical Studies
Notes towards an alternative history of medicine; Australian Historical Association Bulletin
Nursing whose interests?; Education Monitor
On-line nursing journal invites national submissions
P Coleman (ed), Double Take: six incorrect essays
Position Paper on Information Technology: potential, implications and directions
Psychic or Psycho?
Review of Traces of the Past: the National Trust register of the built heritage of Western Australia
Review of Deborah Oxley, Convict Maids: the forced migration of women to Australia
Review of H Eisenstein, Inside Agitators, G Kaplan, The Meagre Harvest, and M Lake, Getting Equal
Review of K Gerhard (ed), Women's Studies Serials: a quarter-century of development
Roles and Responsibilities of Education Providers; Australian Association for Rural Nurses
Setting the Standard: a history of the Australian and New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses, Inc; ANZCMHN, Inc
Social diseases
SPINning the Web; Information Technology in Nursing
Stefan Petrow, Sanatorium of the South? Public health and politics in Hobart and Launceston, 1875-1914 and Anne Killalea, The Great Scourge: the Tasmanian infantile paralysis epidemic, 1937-1938
Teaching a Bachelor of Nursing unit on-line: some experiences and results; Australian Electronic Journal of Nursing Education
The Llanabba Syndrome; Quadrant
The Philosopher's Stone: meditations upon on-line course delivery in the university; Library Automated Systems Information Exchange
The Politics of Identity in Australia, ed. Geoffrey Stokes
Thinking With The Church; John XXIII Fellowship Cooperative
This little piggy went to market: using a health education market as a learning strategy for preregistration Bachelor of Nursing students; Nurse Education Today
West of Subiaco: a history of the Shenton Park Campus, 1893-1993; Widowed Isis Internet Publishing
When doctors fail: Ludwig Bruck's List of Unregistered Practitioners, 1886; Electronic Journal of Australian and New Zealand History
Who uses the lab?; Nuritinga: an electronic journal of nursing
Women's History on the Web; Australian Historical Studies

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision