High degree research supervision

The Ngarruwan Ngadju team also provides higher degree research supervision to numerous students. Their theses and supervisors are listed below.

Thesis titleHDR studentDegreeFaculty and UniversitySupervisor/s
Observing the research-policy nexus: an ethnographic study of research use in Indigenous health policy Joanna Mason Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of Business and Law, University of Wollongong Prof Kathleen Clapham, A/Prof Kate Senior, Prof Angela Dawson
Healthy ageing and the policy environment in Liverpool Tracey Ma Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales Prof Rebecca Ivers, Prof Kathleen Clapham, Dr Conrad Kobel
Improving Cultural Diversity in Corporate Australia: Embedding Indigenous Employment Strategies into Policy and Procedures Nyssa Murray Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Faculty of Business and Law, University of Wollongong Prof Kathleen Clapham, A/Prof Rodney Clarke
Using a place-based approach to understanding mental health and alcohol and other drug treatment interventions within Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations Fiona Sheppeard Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of the Arts,Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Wollongong A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Kathleen Clapham

A transformative mixed methods investigation of the cultural utility of SMART Recovery for Aboriginal Peoples

Elizabeth Dale Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Wollongong

A/Prof Peter Kelly, Prof Kathleen Clapham, A/Prof Rowena Ivers, A/Prof Kylie Lee

Understanding care received and improving access and provision of culturally safe acute care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children with burn injuries Hayley Williams Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of Medicine, University of Queensland Prof Roy Kimble, Dr Bronwyn Griffiths, Dr Kate Hunter, Prof Kathleen Clapham
Experiences of First in Family Indigenous Australian University Students and the affects it has on their social and emotional wellbeing Nadia Neal Doctor of Philosophy Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Wollongong Prof Sarah O'Shea, Prof Kathleen Clapham