Publications, Presentations & Media

Healthtalk Australia publications

Ridge D, Kokanovic R, Broom A, Kirkpatrick S, Anderson C & Tanner C. (2015) “My dirty little habit”: Patient constructions of antidepressant use and the ‘crisis’ of legitimacy. Social Science & Medicine. 146: 53-61.

Tudball J, Smith L, Ryan K, Williamson M and Manias E. (2015) Challenges to consumers travelling with multiple medicines. Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research. 6(3): 127-132.

Anderson C, Kirkpatrick S, Ridge D, Kokanovic R & Tanner C. (2015) Starting antidepressant use: a qualitative synthesis of UK and Australian data. British Medical Journal Open. 5(12): 1-9.

Pienaar K, Fraser S, Kokanovic R, Moore D, Treloar C & Dunlop A. (2015) New narratives, new selves: Complicating addiction in online alcohol and other drug resources. Addiction Research and Theory. 23(6): 499-509.

Smith L, Hill N & Kokanovic R. (2015) Experiences of depression, the role of social support and its impact on health outcomes. Journal of Mental Health. 24(6): 342-346.

Kokanovic R and Bozic-Vrbancic S. (2015) Being marked as different: The emotional politics of experiences of depression and migrant belongings. Emotion, Space and Society. 16: 130-137.

Kokanovic R and Philip B. (2014) ‘Medicalising Emotional Talk: Disclosing a Diagnosis of Depression’ in Davis M & Manderson L. (eds) Disclosure and identity in health and illness. London: Routledge.

Kokanovic R, Bendelow G & Philip B. (2013) Depression: The ambivalence of diagnosis. Sociology of Health and Illness. 35(3): 377-390.

Kokanovic R, Butler E, Halilovich H, Palmer V, Griffiths F, Dowrick C & Gunn J. (2013) Maps, models, and narratives: The way people talk about depression. Qualitative Health Research. 23(1): 114-125.

 

Healthtalk Australia conference presentations 

Kokanovic R, Johnston-Ataata K, Hill N & Hart C. (2016) Personal Experiences of Health and Illness on the Internet: DIPEx International Collaboration and Healthtalk Australia. Third ISA Forum of Sociology. Vienna, Austria. (forthcoming)

Johnston-Ataata K and Kokanovic R. (2015) “I just thought I could do it all on my own”: Diverse parents’ experiences of distress, isolation and dependency in early parenthood. The Australian Sociological Association – Family, Relationships and Gender Thematic Group Symposium. Melbourne, Australia.

Brophy L, Kokanovic R & Tanner C. (2015) Perspectives on Supported Decision-Making and Community Treatment Orders. XXXIVth International Congress of Law and Mental Health. Vienna, Austria.

Pienaar K. (2015) New narratives, new selves: Complicating addiction in online alcohol and other drug resources. Victorian Substance Use Research Forum (VSURF). Melbourne, Australia.

Team V, Ryan K, Wild K, Tudball J, Maypilama L & Smith L. (2015) Healthtalkonline Australia: Immigration, ageing and health. Inaugural International Conference on Migration Social Disadvantage and Health. Melbourne, Australia.

Tudball J, Smith L, Ryan K, Morgan T, Eichhorn U & Simpson V. (2015) Translating people’s lived experiences with multiple medicines into an online resource to inform decision making. International Society for Evidence-Based Health Care. Sydney, Australia.

Pienaar K, Moore D, Fraser S, Kokanovic R, Treloar C & Dilkes-Frayne E. (2015) Beyond the volition/compulsion binary: A diffractive reading of personal accounts of alcohol and other drug (AOD) ‘addiction’. Contemporary Drug Problems (CDP) Conference. Lisbon, Portugal.

Kokanovic R (2014) Using qualitative research inpatient experiences to inform health service development: Healthtalk Australia. Australian Disease Management Association Conference. Melbourne, Australia.

Ridge D, Kokanovic R, Kirkpatrick S, Anderson C & Tanner C. (2014) “[My] Dirty Little Secret”: The Moral Cosmology of Antidepressant Taking. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Annual Conference. Aston University, UK.

Kokanovic R, Philip B, Ridge D & Ziebland S. (2014) Depression, work and identity in a neoliberal world: Perspectives from Australia and the UK. XVIII International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology. Yokohama, Japan.

Wild K, Ryan K, Team V, Tudball J, Maypilama L & Smith L. (2014) The use of visual methods in ageing research. XVIII International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology. Yokohama, Japan.

Team V. (2014) Cultural diversity in people’s experiences of ageing. The Cultural Diversity in Ageing 2014 Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Kokanovic R and Bozic S. (2014) Imaging the subject. Narrative Matters: Narrative Knowing / Récit et Savoir. Paris, France.

Zalitis D. (2014) The emotional experiences of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood. NSW Midwives Association Conference. Sydney, Australia. (With R Kokanovic and K Johnston-Ataata)

Ryan K. (2013) Personal experience narratives of ageing: An evidence-based multimedia web resource. Grey Expectations: Ageing in the 21stCentury, 46th National Conference. Sydney, Australia.

Kokanovic R and Philip B. (2013) Questioning notions of ‘recovery’ from ‘depression’. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Annual Conference. University of York, UK.

Kokanovic R and Philip B. (2013) Pharmaceutical encounters – subjective experiences of antidepressant medication. EASA Medical Anthropology Network AAA Society for Medical Anthropology Joint International Conference. Tarragona, Spain.

Team V. (2013) The need for an Australian Healthtalkonline module on ageing experiences. Grey Expectations: Ageing in the 21st Century, 46thNational Conference. Sydney, Australia.

Tudball J and Smith L. (2013) Managing multiple medicines gets easier with age? Grey Expectations: Ageing in the 21st Century, 46th National Conference. Sydney, Australia.

Wild K & Ryan K. (2013) Including remote-dwelling Aboriginal participants in broad qualitative research. Grey Expectations: Ageing in the 21stCentury 46th National Conference. Sydney, Australia.

Kokanovic R. (2012) The ‘recovery’ of the Self through Depression. The Phenomenology of Depression International Workshop. University of Osnabruck, Germany.

 

Healthtalk Australia invited presentations

Kokanovic R. (2015) Using qualitative research on health experiences to support young peoples’ mental health. Orygen, The National Centre for Excellence in Youth Mental Health, Melbourne, Australia.

Moore D. (2015) Challenging addiction. Keynote address at the Australian Youth AOD Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Pienaar K. (2015) A new online resource on lived experiences of alcohol and other drug (AOD) addiction in Australia. Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre. Melbourne, Australia.

Kokanovic R. (2015) The ethics of ambivalence and being “good enough”: Psychiatrists’ experiences of supported decision-making in the context of mental illness. St Vincent’s Hospital – Mental Health. Melbourne, Australia.

Ryan K. (2015) Experiences of Ageing in Australia. Paper presented at the Healthdirect Australia and Healthtalk Australia launch of The Lived Experience of Ageing module. Sydney, Australia.

Kokanovic R. (2013) Medicalising emotions: Antidepressant use in women. St Mary’s Hospital, Réseau Universitaire Intégré de Santé (RUIS) McGill University. Montreal, Canada.

Ryan K. (2012) Personal experiences of health and illness on the web: A multi-media resource for patients, families and professionals. Paper presented at the Centre for Medicine Use and Safety, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University, Melbourne.

Ryan K. (2011) Personal experiences of health and illness: a multi-media web resource. School of Nursing & Midwifery Research Seminar Series, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.

 

Healthtalk Australia media

Kokanovic R. (27 July 2015) Interview on Croatian Program, SBS Radio about Healthtalk Australia

Johnston-Ataata K. (24 November 2014) Interview on Mornings with Linda Mottram (702 ABC Sydney) about Emotional Experiences of Early Parenthood in Australian Families research findings

Johnston-Ataata K. (24 November 2014) Interview on Afternoons with Louise Maher (666 ABC Canberra / Newcastle) about Emotional Experiences of Early Parenthood in Australian Families research findings

Johnston-Ataata K. (15 November 2014) Interview on Saturday Morning with Hillary Harper (774 ABC Melbourne) about Emotional Experiences of Early Parenthood in Australian Families research findings

Kokanovic R and Johnston-Ataata K. (7 November 2014) ‘Support for new parents is just a click away‘, Monash University news.

Johnston-Ataata K and Kokanovic R. (2 October 2014) ‘I didn’t know who I was anymore’: Myths vs realities of early parenthood, The Conversation.

Johnston-Ataata K. (19 September 2014) Invited guest on Radio National Life Matters talkback program “So you’re going to be a dad”

 

Other relevant publications by Healthtalk Australia researchers

Lewis S, Willis K, Kokanovic R & Pirotta M (2015) ‘I’m managing myself’: How and why people use St John’s wort as a strategy to manage their mental health risk. Health, Risk & Society. 17(5-6): 439-457.

Ziebland S & Kokanovic R. (2012). Emotions and chronic illness, Chronic Illness. 8(3): 159-162.

Locock L & Smith L. (2011) Personal benefit, or benefiting others? Deciding whether to take part in clinical trials, Clinical Trials. 8(1): 85-93.

Locock L & Smith L. (2011) Personal experiences of taking part in clinical trials – A qualitative study, Patient Education and Counseling. 84(3): 303–309a.

 

Other relevant conference presentations by Healthtalk Australia researchers

Anderson C, Chana T, Ryan K, Smith L & Herxheimer A. (2012) “They Filled Me with Pills.” Patient’s Experiences of Taking Medicines Following a Heart Attack. Social Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical and Health Consumer Protection Conference. Phuket, Thailand.

Ryan K, Smith L, Hislop J, Anderson C & Herxheimer A. (2012) How Do Women Talk About HRT? Discourses of Risk and Decision-Making in Experiential Narratives of Menopause. Social Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical and Health Consumer Protection Conference. Phuket, Thailand.

 

Conference presentations drawing on Healthtalk Australia research

McNair R. (2015) Same-sex parented families: Triumphs and challenges. Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology Conference. Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia. (Invited presentation)

* 2011 onwards

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