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Cameron, Jacqui Lecturer, Social Work

School of Health and Society, Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

Overview


Jacqui Cameron is a career researcher with over twenty years’ experience in social research, evaluation and training in a variety of settings including alcohol and drug, mental health, worker well-being and domestic violence.

Jacqui completed a PhD at The University of Melbourne on the knowledge translation of domestic violence research which resulted in a realist review combined with survey results to develop an adapted Integrated Knowledge Translation model for Safer Families.

In 2004, she completed a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Social Science Research at the University of Glasgow after a successful career as a Social Worker. She has a Diploma in Project Management, combining her research and project management skills to maximise the successful completion of projects.

Highlights of her research career include being awarded the inaugural Allens Arthur Robinson Research to Practice Fellowship and the publication of over 40 peer review journal articles. Jacqui also has expertise in systematic reviews having completed two NHMRC systematic reviews, a Cochrane review and published 19 systematic reviews in the peer review literature.

She is a Member Editorial Advisory Board of Advances in Dual Diagnosis and reviewer for a number of peer review journals. She was lead author on Take Note! A practical guide to writing case notes, which she wrote and delivered as a training package. She has extensive experience in training and workshop facilitation in clinical settings.

Jacqui is a qualitative researcher with extensive experience in qualitative data methods, collection and analysis. She has been a registered trainer with QSR International.

Jacqui is an experienced social work practitioner and researcher with a passion for transforming research into practice by combining my extensive skills in research translation, clinical research and project management. Her ability lies in engaging with practitioners with enthusiasm and credibility. Using a social work lens,  she engages front-line services to use evidence to inform practice and manage complex issues including alcohol and drugs, mental health and domestic violence.

Top Publications


Available as Research Supervisor

Available for Collaborative Projects

Selected Publications


Top Publications


Selected Publications


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