Recognition of Expertise

Recognition of Expertise

  • I regularly review journal articles. Journals that I have reviewed articles for include: Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing; Gender & History; Health & History; Health Emergency and Disaster Nursing Journal; History Australia; Journal of Advanced Nursing; Journal of Clinical Nursing; Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health; Journal of Royal Australian Historical Society; Journal of the Independent Scholars Association of Australia; Labour History; Medical History; Nursing History Review; Nursing Inquiry; Sydney Journal; and Victorian Studies.
  • The following journals have recognised my expertise by requesting a book review, most recently: Health & History; Social History of Medicine; Medical History Newsletter; University of Toronto Quarterly: A Canadian Journal of the Humanities; Public History Review; Metascience; Victorian Studies; Royal Australian Historical Society Journal; History Now Te Pae Tawhito O Te Wa; Medical History; Journal of Religious History; Australian Historical Studies; JIGS. A Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies; The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History; Labour History.
  • Interview with Wendy Hamer and Robbie Brock on 702, Radio Sydney on International Year of the Nurse and Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday on 12 May 2020; keynote address on Florence Nightingale at the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife Conference (Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, 12 May 2020) was cancelled due to the Covid-19 crisis;  Hon. consultant to film The Lady Superintendent (2019) by Meg Collins about Lucy Osburn; Wrote blurb and selected photos for pre-stamped envelope commemorating the arrival of nurse Lucy Osburn in Australia 150 years ago;  Interviewed as expert commentator on nursing history for ‘Pioneers, Soldiers & Renegades’, Producer Nickolas Bird, Director Eleanor Sharpe, Waterbyrd Films, June 2014 and regularly provide social and medical history advice for researchers of various TV programs set in the past, such as the first series of Love Child and Who Do You Think You are? (Toni Collette episode, August 2015).