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Professor Colleen Hayward

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Education, Murdoch University.
  • Diploma of Teaching, Other WA higher ed institution.

Research

Recent Research Grants

  • Enhancing rehabilitation services for Aboriginal Australians after brain injury: Healing Right Way,  National Health and Medical Research Council,  Partnership Projects,  2016 - 2022,  $3,281,800.
  • Evaluation of four family literacy projects developed as part of the Better Beginnings program Project 1 - 4-5 years remote indigenous communities,  Department of Culture and the Arts,  Dept of Culture and the Arts - Grant,  2012 - 2016,  $187,836.
  • Reform Rationalisation Reinvestment Project,  Department of Aboriginal Affairs WA,  Grant,  2015 - 2016,  $180,740.
  • Synergies of Meaning: A documentary film series exploring the relationship and unity between traditional Indigenous Noongar knowledge and western natural and social scientific knowledge.,  Lotterywest,  Grant,  2014 - 2015,  $171,541.
  • Provision of Advisory and Research Services Category 2: Specialist Advice And/Or Research on Aboriginal Matters,  Commissioner for Children and Young People WA,  Tender,  2013 - 2015,  $40,000.
  • Research a design and implement an evaluation of the Rural In-Reach program,  Women's Health Care Association Inc,  Grant,  2012 - 2015,  $31,817.
  • Evaluation of four family literacy projects developed as part of the Better Beginnings program - Project 2 - Cald Program,  Department of Culture and the Arts,  Dept of Culture and the Arts - Grant,  2012 - 2014,  $65,071.
  • One Life WA Suicide Prevention Strategy,  Centrecare (Inc),  Grant - WA Suicide Prevention Strategy,  2011 - 2014,  $1,000,000.
  • Evaluation of four family literacy projects developed as part of the Better Beginnings program Project 3 - Better Beginnings - 6-9 Years,  Department of Culture and the Arts,  Dept of Culture and the Arts - Grant,  2012 - 2014,  $57,884.
  • Facilitators to Develop and Maintain School Community Partnership Agreements within Aboriginal Innovation Schools,  Department of Education WA,  Department of Education - Tender,  2012 - 2013,  $40,455.
  • Evaluation of the Better Beginnings Plus Pilot 2010,  State Library of WA,  Grant,  2010 - 2013,  $134,306.
  • Engaging Aboriginal Children and their teachers with science,  Edith Cowan University,  ECU Industry Collaboration - Grant,  2011 - 2012,  $62,157.
  • Creating cultural empathy and challenging attitudes through Indigenous narratives,  Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations,  Novated ALTC Grant,  2010 - 2012,  $351,816.
  • Bridging the gap between cultural practices and mainstream visitor management approaches to develop an integrated monitoring framework for Australia's northwest ,  Edith Cowan University,  ECU Industry Collaboration - Grant,  2010 - 2011,  $73,559.
  • Stronger Smarter Learning Communities Regional Research Partner Teams,  Queensland University of Technology,  Grant,  2010 - 2011,  $134,589.
  • Communication difficulties after stroke in Indigenous Australians: Issues and attitudes,  Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies,  AIATSIS - Grant,  2010 - 2011,  $35,541.
  • Research Evaluation of the Dare to Dream Program Roebourne,  David Wirrpanda Foundation,  Grant,  2010,  $15,300.
  • Evaluation of the Performance of the Indigenous Hip Hop Program,  beyondblue,  Grant,  2009 - 2010,  $44,871.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Books

  • Perso, T., Hayward, C., (2015), Teaching Indigenous Students - Cultural awareness and classroom strategies for improving learning outcomes., 304, Melbourne, Victoria, Allen & Unwin.

Journal Articles

  • Armstrong, B., Coffin, J., Hersh, D., Katznellenbogen, J., Thompson, S., Ciccone, N., Flicker, L., Woods, D., Hayward, C., Dowell, C., McAllister, M., (2019), “You felt like a prisoner in your own self, trapped”: the experiences of Aboriginal people with acquired communication disorders. Disability and Rehabilitation, epub ahead of Print(6 Nov 2019), 15p., DOI: 10.1080/09638288.2019.1686073.
  • Armstrong, B., Coffin, J., McAllister, M., Hersh, D., Katzenellenbogen, J., Thompson, S., Ciccone, N., Flicker, L., Cross, N., Arabi, L., Woods, D., Hayward, C., (2019), ‘I’ve got to row the boat on my own, more or less’: aboriginal australian experiences of traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, epub ahead of Print(July 2019), 17p., DOI: 10.1017/BrImp.2019.19.
  • Armstrong, B., McAllister, M., Hersh, D., Katzenellenbogen, J., Thompson, S., Coffin, J., Flicker, L., Woods, D., Hayward, C., Ciccone, N., (2019), A screening tool for acquired communication disorders in Aboriginal Australians after brain injury: lessons learned from the pilot phase. Aphasiology, epub ahead of Print(21 October), 26p., DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2019.1678107.
  • Hersh, D., Armstrong, B., McAllister, M., Ciccone, N., Katzenellenbogen, J., Coffin, J., Thompson, S., Hayward, C., Flicker, L., Woods, D., (2019), General practitioners’ perceptions of their communication with Australian Aboriginal patients with acquired neurogenic communication disorders. Patient Education and Counseling, In Press(July 2019), 8p., Ireland, Elsevier Ireland Ltd, DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2019.07.029.
  • Katzenellenbogen, J., Atkins, E., Thompson, S., Hersh, D., Coffin, J., Flicker, L., Hayward, C., Ciccone, N., Woods, D., Greenland, M., McAllister, M., Armstrong, B., (2018), Missing Voices: Profile, Extent, and 12-Month Outcomes of Nonfatal Traumatic Brain Injury in Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Adults in Western Australia Using Linked Administrative Records. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(6), 412-423, United States, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, DOI: 10.1097/HTR.0000000000000371.
  • Graf, A., Ewens, B., Vafeas, C., Delves, L., Hayward, C., Nannup, N., Baum, G., (2018), Closing the gap: A whole of school approach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inclusivity in higher education. Nurse Education in Practice, 30(May 2018), 86-90, DOI: 10.1016/j.nepr.2018.04.001.
  • Armstrong, B., Ciccone, N., Hersh, D., Katzenellenbogen, J., Coffin, J., Thompson, S., Flicker, L., Hayward, C., Woods, D., McAllister, M., (2017), Development of the Aboriginal Communication Assessment After Brain Injury (ACAABI): a screening tool for identifying acquired communication disorders in Aboriginal Australians. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 19(3),  297-308, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/17549507.2017.1290136.
  • Wain, T., Sim, M., Bessarab, D., Mak, D., Hayward, C., Rudd, C., (2016), Engaging Australian Aboriginal narratives to challenge attitudes and create empathy in health care: a methodological perspective. BMC Medical Education, 16(1), Article no. 156, BioMed Central Ltd., DOI: 10.1186/s12909-016-0677-2.
  • Katzenellenbogen, J., Atkins, E., Thompson, S., Hersh, D., Coffin, J., Flicker, L., Hayward, C., Ciccone, N., Woods, D., McAllister, M., Armstrong, B., (2016), Missing Voices: Profile and extent of acquired communication disorders in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal adult stroke survivors in Western Australia using linked administrative records. International Journal of Stroke, 11(1), 103-116, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, DOI: 10.1177/1747493015607521.
  • Armstrong, B., Hersh, D., Katzenellenbogen, J., Coffin, J., Thompson, S., Ciccone, N., Hayward, C., Flicker, L., Woods, D., McAllister, M., (2015), Study Protocol: Missing Voices - Communication difficulties after stroke and traumatic brain injury in Aboriginal Australians. Brain Impairment, 16(2), 145-156, Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press, DOI: 10.1017/BrImp.2015.15.
  • Armstrong, B., Hersh, D., Hayward, C., Fraser, J., (2015), Communication disorders after stroke in Aboriginal Australians. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(16), 1462-1469, Informa Healthcare, DOI: 10.3109/09638288.2014.972581.

Research Student Supervision

Co-ordinating Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy,  REPOSITIONING THE DENKBILD: A PAINTING INVESTIGATION INTO DEATHS IN CUSTODY IN 21ST CENTURY AUSTRALIA.
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