HRAF Global Scholar: Sandi James Title: PhD Candidate, Public Health and Social Policy University Affiliation: La Trobe University, Australia and Universiti Malaysia, Sabah Research Topic: Exploring Alcohol use in Sabah, Malaysia: Preliminary … — Read on hraf.yale.edu/featured-hraf-global-scholar-sandi-james/
Bisexuality…. Bisexuality continues to be a controversial concept for many. Often bisexuality is dismissed as “just a phase” or that the individual who identifies as bisexual is “testing the water” and “experimenting or lying to themselves and others – that they must be one or the other, that there is no such thing as bisexual.Continue reading “Short piece on therapy for specific groups”
So life is on pause for all of us… I have found myself stuck in Northern Ireland due to border closures and flight restrictions. I have been working on other projects while I wait to return to Malaysia, particulalry related to maintaining mental health during this crisis and period of isolation and distancing. I’ll postContinue reading “Pause”
The Global Alcohol Policy Conference rounds up today. It has been a brilliant conference, over coming difficuties related to the corona virus 10 to deliver an important and vaulable discussion regarding the state of alcohol policy and research in 2020. Much work still to be done. Looking forward to the next 12 months and theContinue reading “Bornean indigenous knowledge and tradition – a dance between tradition and intoxication.”
A sideline project we have running currently. Can’t wait to get back to Sabah and get into it all!!!
The RED Alert: Doing an Australian PhD while being based overseas (Sandi James) — Read on redalert.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/2020/03/doing-australian-phd-while-being-based.html
Finally the day is almost here. 3 more sleeps and I’ll be heading towards Dublin… I am looking forward to presenting a paper at the Global Alcohol Policy Conference and beyond … my time in Australia is done … I need to get back to where I want to be 🥰
In a few weeks I am heading to Dublin to present at the Global Alcohol Policy Conference. First though, I’ll be presenting a data blitz at the School of Public Health and Psychology research festival on Monday. Following Dublin I head to Sabah, finally, and pick up my life and work there. April brings aContinue reading “Next stop…..”