Ms Natalie Hakman



Associate Lecturer


Faculty of Health


School of Health & Soc. Dev.


Melbourne Burwood Campus

+61 3 924 46452

Units taught

Introduction to Public Health & Health Promotion HSH111

Health Communication HSH208

Planning & Evaluation II HSH218


S Mciver, N Hakman, B Murphy, A Beauchamp & D Boud 2015. Promoting self-awareness through self-assessment in higher education: what is done well, what isn't and what could be better?International Conference to Promote resilience, Empathy and Well-Being in the Health Professions: An Interprofessional Forum, Washington, Octovber 2015. 

S McIver & N Hakman 2014. How might education help? Outcomes from redeveloping a determinants-led University subject with over 2,000 students, The 22nd Australian Health Promotion Association and 18th Chronic Disease Network Conference: Equity at the Centre - Action on Social Determinants of Health, Alice Springs, September 2014.

N Hakman & S McIver 2012. Reflective Practice as a Method for Deepening Critical Thinking, Science in Society Conference, San Francisco, November 2012.

S McIver, M Gold & N Hakman 2012. Healing without Cure: Mapping Pathways to Improve Quality of Life for the Grieving and the Bereaved, Science in Society Conference, San Francisco, November 2012.

A Taket, M Graham & N Hakman 2007. Relevance of health literacy models for people with severe mental illness, 19th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Canada, June 2007.

J Garrard & N Hakman 2005. Healthy revolutions: promoting cycling for women, International Velo-City Conference, Dublin, June 2005.

J Garrard, M Bellamy, L Gunning & N Hakman 2005. Revolutions for women: What works in promoting cycling for women? Australian Sports Commission, International Sport Research Forum, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, April 2005.

N Hakman & J Garrard 2005. Healthy Revolutions: Promoting Cycling for Women for Active Transport and Recreation, 15th National Conference, Australian Health Promotion Association, Canberra, March 2005.