Tara Brabazon explores popular culture and education, and the relationship between them.
Palliative nurses in the community at the end of life - a conversation with Lyn Rabbetts
9:26Tara talks with Lyn about the value of palliative nurses in the family home, enabling the end of life with authenticity, meaning and care.
Cardiac health for country people - a conversation with Katie Nesbitt
9:15Tara talks with Katie about how to enable cardiac health for country people. How do we ensure a parity of health care for regional, rural and remote people?
Steps Selecting Examiners
12:41The most important task for a supervisor of higher degree students is to select examiners. This short training session offers commentary and advice to supervisors, to move from compliance to excellence.
Steps - Writing a supervisory letter after receiving divergent results
11:38Mostly, higher degree examination is a smooth process. Sometimes, examination results are unexpected. Disturbing. Divergent. This training session explores how to explain these divergent results to governance committees that must determine the final result.
Core Training for Full Academic Status (FAS) supervisors
26:46Tara offers a core training sesion for Full Academic Status supervisors at Flinders University.
Core Training for Regional, Rural and Remote Supervisors
35:36Tara offers a specialist training session for Regional, Rural and Remote Supervisors.
Steps Regional, Rural and Remote students, supervisors and research
20:20In this Step session Tara talks with Dr Maree Meredith about the gifts and the challenges of regional, rural and remote academic life, with attention to student supervision and research.
Steps Working with Indigenous Elders to enable research sovereignty
20:27Tara talks with Dr Maree Meredith about the decolonizing power and value of working with Indigenous Elders. This partnership transforms research and summons new and powerful configurations of research sovereignty for doctoral education.
Steps Plagiarism and the PhD
13:39Plagiarism is a dark force in our intellectual culture. But it is a proxy for a series of challenges in information literacy. This Steps professional development session explores these proxies and how to intervene in the research culture of higher degree students.
Steps - Why do a milestone?
14:10In this professional training session for supervisors at Flinders University, we explore the reasons and rationale for completing milestones during a higher degree candidature.