A/Prof. Elizabeth Hoban

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Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Health & Soc. Dev.

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

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Publications

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2017

Rural women's experience of living and giving birth in relief camps in Pakistan

H Maheen, E Hoban

(2017), Vol. 1, pp. 1-15, PloS currents: disasters, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal
2014

Practising social inclusion: the case of street-based sex workers

R Lennon, P Liamputtong, E Hoban

(2014), pp. 141-149, Practising social inclusion, London, England, B1

chapter

Practicing social inclusion : Comfort Zone - a social support group for teenagers with high-functioning autism

J Gill, P Liamputtong, E Hoban

(2014), pp. 182-190, Practising social inclusion, Abingdon, England, B1

chapter

The inter-section of political history and health policy in Asia - the historical foundations for health policy analysis

J Grundy, E Hoban, S Allender, P Annear

(2014), Vol. 117, pp. 150-159, Social Science & Medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

The lived experiences of third culture kids transitioning into university life in Australia

L Purnell, E Hoban

(2014), Vol. 41, pp. 80-90, International journal of intercultural relations, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2013

Cambodian migrant women's postpartum experiences in Victoria, Australia

E Hoban, P Liamputtong

(2013), Vol. 29, pp. 772-778, Midwifery, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal

Infant feeding intentions among first time pregnant women in urban Melbourne, Australia

E York, E Hoban

(2013), Vol. 29, pp. 787-793, Midwifery, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal
2012

Excess gestational weight gain : an exploration of midwives' views and practice.

J Willcox, K Campbell, P van der Pligt, E Hoban, D Pidd, S Wilkinson

(2012), Vol. 12, pp. 1-11, BMC pregnancy and childbirth, London, England, C1

journal

Unsafe abortion as a birth control method: maternal mortality risks among unmarried Cambodian migrant women on the Thai-Cambodia border

S Hegde, E Hoban, A Nevill

(2012), Vol. 24, pp. 989-1001, Asia-Pacific journal of public health, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1-1

journal
2006

Cervical cancer services for Indigenous Women: Advocacy, Community-Based Research and Policy Change in Australia

L Manderson, E Hoban

(2006), Vol. 43, pp. 69-88, Women & Health, Binghamton, N.Y., C1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Achieving equality for people with disabilities: Disability-inclusive development programming in the employment sector in Cambodia.

Dr Alexandra Gartrell, A/Prof Elizabeth Hoban, Dr Kevin Murfitt

AusAID Grant - Australian Development Research Awards - Australian Agency for International Development

  • 2016: $6,753
  • 2015: $12,434
  • 2014: $12,434

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2015

John Joseph Grundy

Thesis entitled: Health Systems and Social Transition in Asia

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2014

Lauren Purnell

Thesis entitled: Exploring Children's Work Involvement and School Attendance in Rural Cambodia

Master of Applied Science (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2008

Robyn Ramsden

Thesis entitled: The Hope of Education: Somali Families and Social Connection

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

Associate Supervisor
2017

Rhonda Mary Garad

Thesis entitled: Health Literacy driving Health Engagement in the Pluralist Context of Migrant Health in Australia

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2016

Julie Elizabeth Peters

Thesis entitled: A Feminist Post-transsexual Autoethnography on Challenging Normative Gender Coercion

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development

2013

Georgia Birch

Thesis entitled: Researching the relationship between physical activity and motherhood in older Somali women

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development