Helen Marshall BA Hons, DipEd, BEd, PhD
Helen taught sociology and research methods to diverse audiences including engineers, nurses and accountants at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Melbourne until 2006, when she moved out of teaching to an associate position with the Centre For applied Social Research at RMIT. She is now a researcher and consultant on the use of NVivo software in data analysis.
Her teaching experience sparked an interest in the issues of bringing the discipline of sociology into pre-professional training. She has served on the executive of The Australian Sociological Association and in 2007-8 carried out with TASA colleagues a project funded by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (then the Carrick foundation) scoping the issues in teaching sociology in Australia. .
"Paramedic education: developing depth through networks and evidence-based research - Finding the ideal pedagogy,"
Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care:
2, Article 3.
Available at: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/jephc/vol7/iss2/3