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Helen Lang

Helen Lang

Role: Research Assistant

Helen joined the Workplace Mental Health Research Team in mid-2016. She completed her Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Biology at the University of Toronto and a Masters of International Public Health at the University of Sydney. Helen worked on the Well@Work project which aims to develop new e-health interventions for male-dominated workplaces in Australia.

 

 

 

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Ruth Marshall

Ruth Marshall

Role: PhD Student

Ruth is a psychologist who has worked in forensic settings for over thirty years and is currently the Principal Psychologist with Juvenile Justice NSW. Although primarily a clinician, Ruth has published in the areas of treatment program evaluation and bullying. Ruth’s PhD aims to identify characteristics and circumstances that may predict the development of post-traumatic stress and other psychological injury amongst emergency workers.

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Josie Milligan-Saville

Josie Milligan-Saville

Role: Research Assistant

Josie joined the Workplace Mental Health Team in February 2015 after completing her Honours in Psychology at the University of New South Wales. She primarily works on projects related to the mental health of emergency service workers, and is responsible for performing statistical analyses and conducting systematic reviews

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Matthew Modini

Matthew Modini

Role: Research Assistant

Matthew Modini has been employed as a Research Assistant for the Workplace Mental Health Team, School of Psychiatry, UNSW since June 2012. Prior to this position he completed his undergraduate studies in Psychology at Macquarie University.  He has recently completed a meta-review of work and depression/anxiety disorders.  

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Katherine  Petrie

Katherine Petrie

Role: Research Assistant

Katherine Petrie is a Research Assistant with the Workplace Mental Health Research Team, and is currently undertaking research into mental health in emergency services, workplace mental health, and other areas of interest within A/Prof Harvey’s field of work.  Previously, she has worked as an RA at BDI in the areas of e-mental health, technology and suicide prevention following graduation in 2011 from University of Sydney with Honours in Psychology.   

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Penelope Sawdy

Penelope Sawdy

Role: Administrative Officer

Penny has worked in University administration for a number of years.  She is now part of the UNSW Workplace Mental Health Research Team where she assists with general administrative support and data entry.

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Dilan Sellahewa

Dilan Sellahewa

Role: Research Assistant

Dilan joined the Workplace Mental Health Team in October 2014. He is also working at a clinic for children who are low-progress readers. Dilan is currently working on research projects investigating the relative contribution of workplace compared to non-workplace factors to mental health outcomes, and exploring the pathways through which workplace factors may affect mental health.

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Leona Tan

Leona Tan

Role: Research Assistant

Leona joined the Workplace Mental Health Research Program in September 2012. Prior to this she held various research and consulting roles in workplace performance. She is currently working a range of workplace mental health projects including collaborating with Fire and Rescue NSW and the National Mental Health Commission.

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(Meg) Min-Jung Wang

(Meg) Min-Jung Wang

Role: Research Assistant

Meg Wang joined the Workplace Mental Health Research team in the School of Psychiatry at UNSW in November 2012 as a Research Assistant. She is currently working on the Hordaland Health Study (HUSK) study examining the associations between job strain and sickness absence. Meg completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Neuroscience at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters in Epidemiology at Imperial College London. Her areas of interest include the prevention and interventions for mental health at the workplace.

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