Mindframe research papers


Media IconSuicide bereavement and the media: A qualitiative study. Advances in Mental Health, 11(3),  2013.

Jaelea Skehan, Myfanwy Maple, Jill Fisher and Genelle Sharrock

Source: eContent Management PTY LTD. Advances in Mental Health

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Media IconCommunicating mental illness and suicide: public relations students' perceptions of ethical practice, The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 9(1), 14-21, 2012.

Kate Fitch, Murdoch University, Western Australia

Source: Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics 

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Media IconEmpowering Future Practitioners: A Curriculum Approach to Enhance ‘Response Able’ Communication about Mental Health Issues. Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, Vol 13(2), 2012.

Jaelea Skehan, Hunter Institute of Mental Health and University of Newcastle, Robina Xavier, Queensland University of Technology and Siobhain Lowthe, Hunter Institute of Mental Health 

Source: Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal http://www.deakin.edu.au/arts-ed/apprj/

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Media IconReporting suicide: interpreting media guidelines. Australian Journalism Review, Vol 34(2), 2012. 

Anna Machlin, Jaelea Skehan, Melissa Sweet, Alexandra Wake, Justine Fletcher, Matthew Spittal and Jane Pirkis

Source: Australian Journalism Review, Journalism Education Association of Australia http://www.jeaa.org.au/publications/

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Media IconMental illness in the news and information media: A critical review, April 2012.

Jane Pirkis and Catherine Francis

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Media IconSuicide in the News: Informing Strategies to Improve the Reporting of Suicide, Health Communication, Vol 25(6), 2010.

Jane Pirkis, R. Warwick Blood, Jaelea Skehan and Andrew Dare

Source: Health Communication
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2010.496771 

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Media IconSuicide and the news and information media: A critical review, February 2010.

Jane Pirkis and R. Warwick Blood.

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Media IconThe Response Ability Project: Integrating the Reporting of Suicide and Mental Illness into Journalism Curricula. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 64(2), 191-204, 2009.

Jaelea Skehan, Lynette Sheridan Burns and Trevor Hazell

Source: Journalism & Mass Communication Educator

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Media IconResearching and reporting on suicide or mental illness: a student perspective. Australian Journalism Review, 30(1), 2008.

Michael Romeo, Kerry Green, Jaelea Skehan, Amy Visser, Lyndall Coan and Trevor Hazell

Source: Australian Journalism Review, Journalism Education Association of Australia

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Media IconKeeping pace with current issues in reporting suicide and mental illness. Journal of University Teaching and Learnng Practice, 4(2), 107-118, 2007.

Jaelea Skehan, Lynette Sheridan Burns and Trevor Hazell

Source: Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, University of Woolongong http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol4/iss2/5

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Media IconMedia Guidelines on the Reporting of Suicide. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 27(2), 82-87, 2006.

Jane Pirkis, R. Warick Blood, Annette Beautrais, Philip Burgess and Jaelea Skehan.

http://psycontent.metapress.com/content/g7467511864x2560/?p=d9bb608333a44f7ea1f5cab811771319&pi=5


Media IconEffectiveness of face-to-face briefings to promote uptake of resources around reporting suicide and mental illness. Australian Journalism Review, 28(2), 2006.

Jaelea Skehan, Sonia Greenhalgh and Trevor Hazell

Source: Australian Journalism Review, Journalism Education Association of Australia

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Media IconReach, Awareness and Uptake of Media Guidelines for Reporting Suicide and Mental Illness: An Australian Perspective. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 8(4), 2006.

Jaelea Skehan, Sonia Greenhalgh, Trevor Hazell and Jane Pirkis.

Source: International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, Clifford Beers Foundation

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Media IconReporting suicide and mental illness for Indigenous Australians. Australian Journalism Review, 27(2), 2005.

Jaelea Skehan, Gail Garvey and Paul Scott

Source: Australian Journalism Review, Journalism Education Association of Australia

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Media IconAre journalism educators 'Response Able'? Australian Journalism Review, 23(2), 2001.

Lynette Sheridan Burns, Lisa Reardon, Karen Vincent and Trevor Hazell.

Australian Journalism Review, Journalism Education Association of Australia www.jeaa.org.au


Media IconResponse...Ability: Youth suicide and the National University Curriculum Project. Australian Journalism Review, 20(2), 1998.

Lynette Sheridan Burns and Trevor Hazell

Australian Journalism Review, Journalism Education Association of Australia www.jeaa.org.au