Associate Professor (Aunty) Kerrie Doyle

PhD scholar

BA (Psych) (The University of Newcastle)
Grad Cert Indigenous Research and Leadership (University of Melbourne)
Grad Dip Health Sci (CDDS) (The University of Newcastle)
Grad Dip Ind MH and SEWB (University of Southern Queensland)
M Ind Health (University of Wollongong)
M Sc (EBSI) (University of Oxford)

Topic or working title

‘The Genealogy of social exclusion: women and identity in Aboriginal Australia.’

Abstract or summary

Aunty Kerrie's thesis considers the risk and protective factors of psychological distress in Indigenous communities. Using mixed methods indigenist framework, she is examining Indigenous identity and stereotypes, living on country, and issues of resilience.

Panel members and positions

Panel Chair:
Professor Mick Dodson, Director of NCIS and Professor at the ANU College of Law.

Supervisors:

  • Professor John Maynard, ARC Australian Research Fellow (Indigenous) at the University of Newcastle and Adjunct scholar at NCIS.
  • Associate Professor Cressida Fforde, Deputy Director of NCIS.

Biography

Aunty Kerrie is a nurse from the Central Coast of NSW (Darkingjung), with Cadigal/Eora mother, and father. She is married to Papa Ron, a chiefly Maori. They have three sons, three poodles (one emeritus) and still patiently await grannies.

Research outputs: most recent

  • GBD Collaborators, 2015 SDG; Doyle, Kerrie, 'Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 310 diseases and injuries, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015', The Lancet, Vol.388, Iss.1005, 2016, pp:000. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • GBD Collaborators, 2015 SDG; Doyle, Kerrie, 'Measuring the health-related Sustainable Development Goals in 188 countries: a baseline analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015', The Lancet, Vol.388, Iss.1005, 2016, pp:000. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • Doyle, Kerrie; Hungerford, Catherine; Cleary, Michelle, 'Study of intra-racial exclusion within Australian Indigenous communities using eco-maps', International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, Vol.25, 2016, pp:000. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • Doyle, Kerrie; Cleary, Michelle; Usher, Kim; Hungerford, Catherine, 'The link between improved mental health outcomes for Indigenous Australians and relationships: what is the role of mental health nurses? (editorial)', International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, Vol.25, Iss.5, 2016, pp:397-398. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • GBD Collaborators, 2015 SDG; Doyle, Kerrie, 'Estimates of global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and mortality of HIV, 1980–2015: the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015', The Lancet HIV, Vol.3, Iss.8, 2016, pp:000. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • Doyle, Kerrie, 'Australian aboriginal peoples and evidence-based policies: Closing the gap in social interventions', Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, Vol.12, Iss.2, 2015, pp:166-174. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • Doyle, Kerrie; Hungerford, Catherine, 'Leadership as a personal journey: An indigenous perspective', Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol.36, Iss.5, 2015, pp:336-345. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • Doyle, Kerrie; Hungerford, Catherine, 'Adapting evidence-based interventions to accommodate cultural differences: Where does this leave effectiveness?', Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol.35, Iss.10, 2014, pp:739-744. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • Doyle, Kerrie; Hungerford, Catherine; Cruickshank, Mary, 'Reviewing Tribunal cases and nurse behaviour: Putting empathy back into nurse education with Bloom’s taxonomy', Nurse Education Today, Vol.34, Iss.7, 2014, pp:1069–1073. JOURNAL ARTICLE.
  • Hungerford, Catherine; Dowling, Mitchell; Doyle, Kerrie, 'Recovery outcome measures: Is there a place for culture, attitudes, and faith?', Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, Vol.51, Iss.3, 2014, pp:171–179. JOURNAL ARTICLE.

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