When I decided to pursue a graduate research degree I was already living and working in south east Asia. I found a lot of information and resources for international students arriving to study in Australian universities but not a lot on navigating the system in reverse, ie studying with an Australian university from a veryContinue reading “The learning curve is verticle…”
And I will be presenting at this conference in Dublin in March 2020!! Exciting times for this graduate researcher 🤗 https://www.gapc2020.org/
If you want or share this blog feel free.. if you want to comment please do. If you have any questions just ask… I will be posting about field visits, journal articles and other relevant and interesting stuff.. hoping to build communication and awareness of this under researched topic 🤗
As the holiday season approaches I am thinking about which journal to submit my paper to, where is is likely to be accepted at a 5000 word count… as well as considering how to get a grant to purchase a new laptop for my fieldwork in the new year… it’s all the first world challengesContinue reading “next step”
I have just submitted my qualitative systematic review, Patterns and meanings of traditional alcohol use in Indigenous cultures after the introduction of commercial alcohol. A systematic narrative review of qualitative research. In January I will submit it Addiction Research and Theory journal, the first publication from this research and I am the first author. ThingsContinue reading “And it begins, the journey to PhD candidature”
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