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Jan 2012 – current Head, School of Public Health and Social Work

July 2006 – Dec 2011 Head, School of Public Health

2003 – June 2006 Acting Head, School Public Health (July to November, 2003: February 2004 – June 2006)

2003 - 2006 Director of Academic Programs, School Public Health

1997 – 2000 Academic Adviser to Dean, Faculty of Health

1993 – 1997, 2001 Senior Lecturer School of Public Health

1988 - 1993 Acting Head, School of Public Health 4th April 1993 to 31 December 1993.
Head, Department of Community Studies, School of Health and Welfare Studies, Brisbane College of Advanced Education (1988-90) and Senior Lecturer in Health Education, Course Co-ordinator, Graduate Diploma in Health Science (Health Education)

1984- 1988 Lecturer in Health Education, School of Health and Welfare Studies, Brisbane College of Advanced Education (1987-88); Lecturer in Health Education, Department of Social Science, Division of Community Studies, Kelvin Grove Campus, Brisbane College of Advanced Education (1985-86).

1982 - 1983 Lecturer in Health Education, School of Education, Canberra College of Advanced Education, ACT.

Nov – Dec 1981 Research Assistant, Director, Central Executive, Brisbane Colleges of Advanced Education.

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  • 1. 1 CURRICULUM VITAE Mary-Louise Fleming Personal Information Name Mary-Louise Fleming Present position Head School of Public Health and Social Work Victoria Park Road Kelvin Grove Qld 4059 Telephone: (07) 3138 3370 Facsimile: (07) 3138 3369 Email: ml.fleming@qut.edu.au Residential Address PO Box 888 Hamilton Qld 4007. Mobile: 0401 376 938 Work experience Jan 2012 – current Head, School of Public Health and Social Work July 2006 – Dec 2011 Head, School of Public Health 2003 – June 2006 Acting Head, School Public Health (July to November, 2003: February 2004 – June 2006) 2003 - 2006 Director of Academic Programs, School Public Health 1997 – 2000 Academic Adviser to Dean, Faculty of Health 1993 – 1997, 2001 Senior Lecturer School of Public Health 1988 - 1993 Acting Head, School of Public Health 4 th April 1993 to 31 December 1993. Head, Department of Community Studies, School of Health and Welfare Studies, Brisbane College of Advanced Education (1988-90) and Senior Lecturer in Health Education, Course Co-ordinator, Graduate Diploma in Health Science (Health Education) 1984- 1988 Lecturer in Health Education, School of Health and Welfare Studies, Brisbane College of Advanced Education (1987-88); Lecturer in Health Education, Department of Social Science, Division of Community Studies, Kelvin Grove Campus, Brisbane College of Advanced Education (1985-86). 1982 - 1983 Lecturer in Health Education, School of Education, Canberra College of Advanced Education, ACT. Nov – Dec 1981 Research Assistant, Director, Central Executive, Brisbane Colleges of Advanced Education. 1979 - June 1980 Tutor in Anatomy and Biomechanics, Department of Physical Education,
  • 2. 2 Kelvin Grove College of Advanced Education, Brisbane. 1978 - 1979 High School Teacher, Brisbane. Service within the University January 2011 – current University Academic Board January 2011 – current University Planning and Resources Committee July 2006 Head, School of Public Health June 2003 – ongoing Member, Faculty of Health Executive Committee June – November 2003; February 2004 – date Acting Head, School Public Health 2003 – 2007 Director of Academic Programs 1997 - 2000 Academic Adviser to Dean, Faculty of Health 1998 – 1999 University Academic Board 1995 – 2001 Postgraduate Course Co-ordinator, School of Public Health; 1988 - 2003 Senior Lecturer School of Public Health 1993 Acting Head, School Public Health, 4 April 1993 to 31 December 1993. 1990 Member Implementation Advisory Committee for University/BCAE Amalgamation. Academic qualifications  Diploma of Teaching (Physical Education), Kelvin Grove College of Advanced Education, Brisbane - 1976.  Bachelor of Education - Kelvin Grove College of Advanced Education, Brisbane - 1979.  Master of Arts - Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA - 1981.  Doctor of Philosophy - University of Queensland - 1991. Thesis Topic: A Socio-historical Study of Health and Medical Care in New South Wales: 1788 - 1850. Scholarships and Prizes  Caltex Woman Graduate of the Year - 1979.  Australian Health Promotion Conference, 2003, Gold Coast, Queensland, National Award for Contribution to the Association.  George Healy Education Scholarship, Queensland Cancer Fund - 1985.  Brisbane College of Advanced Education Award for the top graduating student in the Bachelor of Education Degree - 1979.  Australian Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Prize for top graduating student in the Diploma of Teaching - 1976. Academic and Professional Leadership Leadership, Managerial and administrative responsibility  Head, School Public Health and Social Work  Acting Head, School Public Health (July – November 2003: February 2004 – 2006)  Director of Academic programs, School Public Health, 2003 - date  Academic Adviser to Dean, Faculty of Health (1997 - 2000) - includes involvement with Faculty of Health Review 1999;  Member, Faculty Executive, August 2003 – December 2003, February 2004 - date  Member, Faculty of Health Academic Board, (1991 - 1992; 1996 – 2000; 2003 to date);  Member, Faculty of Health, Faculty Advisory Committee (Public Health) (1995 – 2000; 2003 to date);
  • 3. 3  Chair, Faculty of Health, Teaching, Learning and Courses Committee (1995 – 2000; member 2003 to date);  Postgraduate course and unit co-ordination including Graduate Diploma in Health Promotion (School of Public Health); Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters of Health Science, Honours program (Faculty of Health);  Co-ordinated postgraduate information evenings (1995 - 2000);  Member, School of Public Health, Head of School Advisory Committee, (1994 - 1996); Academic Committee, School Public Health (1997 - 1999);  School of Public Health - mentor for three staff. Two junior staff and 1 Post doctoral fellow (1996 - 2000);  Chair, School of Public Health, Courses and Teaching Committee (1994 - 1996);  Member, Curriculum Committee Master of Public Health (1995 - 1996);  Member, Master of Public Health Curriculum Development Committee, (1993). Service on University committees  School of Public Health Teaching and Learning Committee – chair (2003 – 2006)  School of Public Health Management and Finance Committee now School Executive Committee– chair 2004 - date  School of Public Health Management Committee – chair (July - December 2003)  School of Public Health Finance Committee – member (June 2003); chair (July – December 2003)  Faculty of Health Teaching, Learning and Courses Committee – chair 1995 – 2000, member 2003 to date  Faculty Academic Board (2003 – date)  Faculty Advisory Committee (2003 – date)  University Complaints Review Committee – 2003 2004  University Academic Board, (1996- 1998), member.  University Teaching and Learning Committee, (1995 - 2000), Faculty of Health Representative, involved in a number of working party’s and sub-committees:  Working party - Enabling characteristics of undergraduate education (1994);  SET and SEU review committee (1996;1998);  Committee for University Teaching and Staff Development (CUTSD) National Teaching Development Grants - Member Individual and Organisational Working Parties. (1997)  Membership and presentation to Courses Working Party (1997 to 2000)  University Promotions Committee - Lecture to Senior Lecturer, (1995 and 1996, Faculty of Law Committee (2002, 2003), member.  University Equity Committee, (1996), member.  Professional Development Program Committee (Academic Staff) - (January 1993 - 31 December 1994), member. Teaching and Learning Teaching Responsibility  Units taught and co-ordinated over the last five years include –  Bachelor of Health Science – PUB251 Contemporary Public Health  Master of Health Science – thesis unit, project unit, PUN601 Contemporary Health Policy.  Graduate Diploma in Health Promotion - PUP022 Health Promotion Concepts and Policies; PUP024 Foundations of Health Education; PUP023 School and Community Health Program Planning; PUP014 School Health Promotion. Offered both internally and externally.  Master of Public Health - PUN696 Public Health Interventions; PUN613 Introduction to Health Promotion Teaching Publications
  • 4. 4  Fleming, ML. Parker E (2013) Multidisciplinary Health Promotion. Elsevier.  Fleming ML., Parker, E. (2009, 2011) Introduction to Public Health. Elsevier: Sydney. Edition 2 published in 2011.  Fleming, ML. and Parker, E. (2001) Health Promotion: Theory into Practice in the Australian Context. Allen and Unwin. (3 rd edition January 2006) Supervision of Higher Degrees Completions o 3 Doctor of Philosophy students Principal Supervisor - Sheree Smith; Margo Sendall; Alexis Stockwell o 3 Professional Doctorate Candidate Principal Supervisor - Jan Pratt; Yi-Chen Lee, Matylda Howard o 2 PhD students as Associate Supervisor Claire Chu; John Rosenblum; Current  2 Professional Doctorate Candidates Principal Supervisor Belinda Davies, Debra El Saadi.  1 PhD: Hoi Kong  2 Research Master Degrees: Patrice Harold MAppSc, John Brown MAppSc  3 Associate Supervisor: Scott Devenish PhD; Kamal Singh DHSc, Mardiah Haji Mahmud DHSc Over past 10 years supervised to completion as principal supervisor:  10 Master of Public Health coursework/thesis students;  10 Master Health Science coursework/thesis students;  2 Master of Applied Science by Research and Thesis; Research and Scholarship Funds from Granting Agencies No Title Granting Agency Amount Chief Investigators 1 Improving Health and Wellbeing in Regional Queensland – Surat and Gladstone Australia Pacific LNG Funded $999,509.00 Gerrick, C. Fleming, ML., Whittaker, M. 1 Qld Transport Industry Workplace Health Intervention DGAJ (2013/2014) $132,000 Sendall, M., Fleming, ML., Biggs, B., Crane, P. 1 ECCQ evaluation of the Chronic Condition Strategy for ECCQ (Qld) ECCQ (2011/2012) $120,000 Gallegos, D and Fleming ML 2 Qld Health Public Health Nutrition Workshops Qld Health (2011) $40,000 Gallegos, D and Fleming, ML 3 Outdoor Workers Sun Exposure Qld Health: Office of Health and Medical Research (2010 – 13) $837,468 Kimlin, M; Yanda, M; Crane, P; Sendell, M; Fleming, ML 4 Implementing Chronic Condition Self-Management into the Faculty of Health Curriculum Dept of Health and Ageing, Canberra (2009/2010) $210,000 Fleming ML., Parker, E. 5 Case Studies of Funded Projects Health Promotion Qld., (2009/10) $55,000 Fleming, ML., Parker,E., Marshall,A., Gould,T 6 Australian Network of Academic Public Health Dept Health and Ageing, Canberra $161,503 Fleming, ML., Parker, E.
  • 5. 5 Institutions (2009/10) 7 Evaluation of the Prince Charles Hospital Healthy Messages Project Trial. QHealth, QHealth (2008) $16,820. Fleming. ML, Parker, E. 8 Evaluation of the Queensland Health Leadership program QHealth (2006 – 2008) $150,000 Fleming, ML; Parker, E., Higgins, H. 9 Developing new methods for building health policy capacity in Australia. ARC Project Grant (2007) $209,816. Lin, V., Oldenburg, BF., Hall, WD., McDermott, RA., Eagar, J., Fleming, ML., Legge, DG., O'Neill, DL., Filby, DR., Wilson, A., Thompson, I. 10 Evaluation of the Diabetes Prevention Pilot Initiative (DPPI) Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, (2005/06) $132,580. Fleming, M., Parker, E., Meiklejohn, B., Graves,N. 11 Evaluation of Health Promotion Resource Qld Health, Brisbane North (2006) $7,160 Fleming, M and Parker, E. 12 Local Area Physical Activity Evaluation QHealth, Brisbane North (2004) $8,500 Fleming, M. and Parker, E 13 Drink Spiking Project Qld Health, Population Health Branch (2003) $10,000 Anderson, P., Fleming, M, Earl, C. 14 Healthier Bowen Shire Partnership 2001 – 2002 Health Promotion Qld., QHealth (2001- 2002) $760,000 O’Connor-Fleming, M. Dobson, A., O’Hara, L 15 Public Health Competencies, Sub-contracted to examine Health Education and Health Promotion Competencies NHMRC. 2000 – 2001, $5,500. O’Connor, M, Lower, T and Wise, M. 16 National Public Health Partnership Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy Research Consultancy, Public Health Division, Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services (1998) $25,550 Duckett, S, Oldenburg, B., Swerissen, H., O’Connor, ML., Walker, R., Legge, D., Cliff, C. 17 Health Australia Project: Dissemination Failure in Public Health National Health and Medical Research Council (1996) $20,000.00. Oldenburg, B. O'Connor, M. Ffrench, M., Parker, E. 18 Health Australia Project: Case Studies of health promotion practice in Australia National Health and Medical Research Council (1996) $20,000.00. Oldenburg, B., O'Connor, M. 19 'Implementation and Evaluation of a Workplace Health Promotion Model in two coal mines in Central Queensland Queensland Health Promotion Council (1995-96) $77,558.00 O'Connor, M., Oldenburg, B., and Queensland Safety in Mines Testing and Research Station (SIMTARS), Queensland Coal Board. 20 'Education, Training and Workforce Development' National Health and Medical Research $48,739.00 O'Connor, M., Parker, E. Oldenburg, B.
  • 6. 6 Council, Health Advancement Standing Committee, (1996) 21 'Roles, skills and competencies for quality Health Promotion Services' Health Advancement Branch, Queensland Health (1995) $47.600 Parker, E., O'Connor, M., Oldenburg, B 22 National Professional Development Program to develop health promotion syllabus material for Schools DEET (1994-95) $300,000 Project partners Deakin University, Victorian Board of Studies, Education Qld, QUT O’Connor, M. 23 'A Cross-sectional study of the heart health knowledge, beliefs and practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers' , Queensland Health Promotion Council, QHealth (1995) $25,740 O'Connor, M., Parker, E., Oldenburg, B. 24 Health Australia Review of Health Promotion in Australia, 'Education, Training and Workforce Development' National Health and Medical Research Council, Health Advancement Standing Committee (1995) $48,739.00 O'Connor, M., Parker, E., Oldenburg, B. 25 Research towards the development of a Rural and Remote Health Workers’ Cardiac Rehabilitation Education Resource Manual Queensland Health, Self-Help Health Care Grant (1994) $24,000 O'Connor, M., Parker, E., Tooth, L., Humphries, J., 26 A pilot study to develop, implement and evaluate a patient education cardiac rehabilitation manual for community health nurses in rural Queensland based on the psychological and lifestyle needs of post- myocardial infarct (MI) and post-coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) patients. Queensland University of Technology, Research and Development Grant (1994) $9,200.00 O'Connor, M. Parker, E., Colquhoun, D. Humphries, J., Tooth, L. 27 Evaluation of a patient education cardiac rehabilitation manual for community health nurses in rural Queensland. QHealth Grant (1993) $6,000 O’Connor, M. Parker, E. and Humphries J., Tooth, L. 28 Evaluation of the Trial Senior Syllabus in Health Education Board of Secondary School Studies, Queensland (1993 – 1994) $12,400.00. O’Connnor, M. Parker, E. 29 Health Promotion Strategies utilised in National Better Health Programs in Queensland Health Advancement Branch, Queensland Health (1992) $10,000 Parker, E. O’Connor, M. 30 Two pilot studies to assess the needs of the Recreation, Personal and Other Services Industry in relation to the implementation of the Workplace Health and Queensland Division of Workplace Health and Safety (1992) $6, 000 Farr. T. O’Connor, M. Patterson, C.
  • 7. 7 Safety Act 1989. Reports  QHealth, Brisbane North, Fleming, M.L., Parker, E., Shuter, P. Reinforcing Positive Nutrition and Physical Activity messages Audio-Visual Project. Formative Evaluation Report. July 2005  Qld Health, Brisbane North, Fleming, M.L. Parker, E., Shuter,P. Local Area Physical Activity Project, December 2004  NHMRC, O'Connor, M., Parker, E. Oldenburg, B. National Health and Medical Research Council, Health Advancement Standing Committee, 'Education, Training and Workforce Development' , 1996.  NHMRC, Oldenburg, B., O'Connor, M. Health Australia Project, Case Studies of health promotion practice in Australia. 1996.  NHMRC, Oldenburg, B. O'Connor, M. Ffrench, M., Parker, E. Health Australia Project, Dissemination Failure Project, 1996  Evaluation of Diversion Centres, (1996) Drug Arm, Queensland. Sole author.  Final Report of the Evaluation of the Trial Senior Syllabus in Health Education, (1995), Board of Senior Secondary School Studies, Queensland. Principal author.  1st and 2nd Interim Reports of the Evaluation of the Trial Senior Health Education Syllabus, (1994) Board of Secondary School Studies, Queensland. Principal author.  Report on the Needs of the Recreation, Personal and Other Services Industry in Relation to the Implementation of the Workplace Health and Safety Act 1989. (1993) Queensland Division of Workplace Health and Safety. One -third authorship.  Report on an Evaluation of Health Promotion Strategies used in Better Health Programs in Queensland, (1992), Health Advancement Branch, Queensland Health. Principal Author.  Evaluation Report: Third International Conference on Drug Abuse Prevention in Schools. (1991)Published by the Department of Education (Queensland) and the National Drug Offensive. Principal author.  Report produced for the Queensland Cancer Fund as a result of the George Healy Cancer Education Scholarship, (1985) Cancer Education in Australia. Principal author. Refereed Journal Articles Submitted School Based Youth Health Nurses and attrition: The reasons for moving on. Community Practitioner Howard, M., Fleming, ML., Parker, E. (2013) Patients do not always complain when they are dissatisfied: implications for service quality and patient safety. Journal of Patient Safety, in press Sendell, M., Fleming, ML., Lisdtone, J. (2013) School based youth health nurses and attrition: The reasons for moving on. Journal of Nursing Management. Submitted March 2013. Su, Y., Sendall, M. C., Fleming, M. and Lidstone, J. (2013). School Based Youth Health Nurses and a true health promotion approach: The Ottawa what? Contemporary Nurse, 55(1): Sendell, M., Fleming, ML., Lisdtone, J. (2013) School based youth health nurses and attrition: The reasons for moving on. Journal of Nursing Management. Submitted March 2013.
  • 8. 8 In Press Sendall,M., Lidstone, J., Fleming,ML., Domocol, M. (2012) Nurses and Teacher: Partnerships for Green Health Promotion. Journal of School Health. In Press Howard, M., Fleming, ML., Parker, E. (2013) Patients do not always complain when they are dissatisfied: implications for service quality and patient safety. Journal of Patient Safety, in press Published Klein, J., Sendall, MC., Fleming, ML., Lidstone, J., Domocol, M. (2013) School nurses and health education: The classroom experience. Health Education Journal, 72(6) November 2013;708-715. Choo, W, Dunne, M., Marret, MJ., Fleming, ML, Wong, YL. (2011) Victimization Experiences of Adolescents in Malaysia. Journal of Adolescent Health. Published online 28 June 2011. Sendall,M Fleming ML and Lidstone J (2011) Conceptions of school-based youth health nursing. British Journal of School Nursing. 6(6): July/August 2011, pp.294-303. Devenish, S. Clark, M. Fleming, M and Loftus, S. (2010), The Professional Socialisation of Paramedics: University and its Role in the Socialisation Process, Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care, 8 (3): 202 -204. Invited article Fleming,ML., Gould,T., Tenkate T (2009) Ecological Sustainability: What role for public health? IJERP. March 2009. Fleming M., Parker E., Gould, T., Service, M. (2009) Educating the public health workforce: issues and challenges. Australian and New Zealand Health Policy. 6:8 (09 April 2009). Fleming, M., Owen, N., Higgins, H., Brown, W., Lloyd, J. Land, O., Clavarino, A. (2007) Community capacity building for health promotion: Lessons from a regional Australian initiative. Primary Health Care. Volume 13, Number 3, December 2007:22-27. Parker, E., Gould, T., Fleming, M. (2007) Ethics in Health Promotion: Reflections in Practice. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. Vol 18(1): 69-72. O’Connor- Fleming, M. Parker, E. Higgins, H and Gould, P. (2007) A framework for evaluating health promotion programs. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. Vol. 17(1): 61-66 Parker, E., O'Connor-Fleming, M., Tooth, L. Humphries, R. J. (2002) 'Developing a cardiac rehabilitation education resource for rural health workers in Queensland: reviewing the process and outcomes'. The Australian Journal of Rural Health, 10:15-19. Fleming, M. Parker, E. Oldenburg, B (2000) Health Promotion Workforce Development in Australia: Findings of a National Study. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 10(2):140-147. O’Connor, M. Parker, E. Miekeljohn, B. Oldenburg, B. Alati, R. (2000) Knowledge of Heart Health by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers in Queensland. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 10(3):213-216. O’Connor-Fleming, M. (1999) An Evaluation of Healthy Ageing programs. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 18(3) Supplement:63-69. Balanda, K.P., Lowe, J.B. O'Connor-Fleming, M.L. (1998) "Which booklet to use: A randomised trial of two self-help smoking cessation booklets", Tobacco Control. 7(3):10-13.
  • 9. 9 Gillespie, AM., Lowe, JB., O’Connor, ML. , Stanton, WR., Balanda, KP., Del Mar CB, Wilson, A. (1998) The development of a School-Based Teaching Resource for Adolescent Skin Care Prevention. Health Promotion Journal of Australia. 8(2) 151-156. O'Connor, M. and Parker, E. (1997) "Public Health and Health Promotion:Teaching a Social View of Health", Home Economics Journal of Australia. Vol. 4., No.1:2-7. Invited paper Parker, E. and O'Connor, M. (1997) "Current workforce developments in health promotion : an update for home economists. Home Economics Journal of Australia. Vol.4., No.1:28-32. Invited paper Fisher, J., Gillespie, A., McDonald, D., O'Connor, M. (1995) "Developing Health Promoting Schools: Searching for Keys to Open the Black Box", UNICORN, Journal of the Australian College of Education, Vol.21, No.1, pp.66-76. Patterson, C., O'Connor, M., Farr, T., Wilkes, J. (1994) "Workplace Health and Safety Training Needs in Queensland Tourism and Hospitality Industry: A Pilot Study", Journal of Occupational Health and Safety - Australia and New Zealand, 10. O'Connor, M (1993) "To Be or Not to Be: A Health Promotion Foundation in Queensland -" Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 3(1):72-75. O'Connor, M. (1987) "AIDS: A Health Education Dilemma. Queensland Science Teachers Journal. September, 1987, pp.51-69. Chapters in Books Fleming, ML., Parker, E., McLean, K. (2011) Building Public Health Workforce Capacity in Australia: Case Studies of Academic Public Health Education and Workforce Preparation. Australian Network of Academic Public Health Institutions Brisbane 2011. Fleming, ML., Parker, E. McLean, K. MacDougall, C. Howat, P. (2011) Chapter 3 Public health education: Policy and research training contributing to translational research. In Building Public Health Workforce Capacity in Australia: Case Studies of Academic Public Health Education and Workforce Preparation. Australian Network of Academic Public Health Institutions Brisbane 2011. Oldenburg, B. Ffrench, M., O'Connor, M "Adolescent Health; a public health issue", Australian Adolescents: A Health Psychology Perspective", 1998 (eds. D.Kenny and RFS Job). Armidale, University of New England. Non-Refereed Journal Articles O’Connor, M., Parker, E., Meiklejohn, B., Oldenburg, B., Alati, R. (1999) Heart Health Education Resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities: The Health Workers’ View. ATSI Health Worker Journal, Vol.23, No.2, pp.20-23. O’Connor,M. (1998) A New Direction. The Health Promotion Journal of the ACT Region. Volume 2, Issue 6, Spring 1988, pp. 13-15. O'Connor, M. (1995) "Seventh National Health Promotion Conference - What Have We Learned?" Health News, April 1995,Department of Health and Welfare, Canberra. O'Connor, M. (1994) "The Concept of the Health Promoting School", Healthy Lifestyle Journal, Vol. 4., No.4. O'Connor, M. (1989) "Health for All Australians. National Goals and Targets for Improving Health: Implications for School Health Education. Winning Words. Physical Education Branch, Queensland Department of Education. pp.15-16.
  • 10. 10 Refereed Conference Papers/Workshops/Posters Gallegos, D., Fleming ML. The Sting in the Tail: Evaluating public health nutrition programs in Queensland. Population Health Congress. Adelaide, September 9 – 12, 2012 Gallegos, D., Fleming, ML. An evaluation of a program targeting culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in Queensland. Population Health Congress, Adelaide, September 9 – 12, 2012 Fleming, ML., Parker, E., Gould, T. “Enhancing Chronic Condition Management Education in the Faculty of Health, QUT” PHAA, Adelaide, September 2011. Devenish, S. Clark, M. Fleming, M and Loftus, S. “The Professional Socialisation of Paramedics: University and its Role in the Socialisation Process”. Australian College of Ambulance Professionals National Conference, Perth Australia October 14 – 16, 2010. Devenish, S. Clark, M. Fleming, M and Loftus, S. “The Professional Socialisation of Paramedics: University and its Role in the Socialisation Process”. Health and Emergency Professions Research Conference, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield United Kingdom, September 16, 2010. Fleming, ML, Parker,E., Gould, T and Service, M. (2008) Public Health Education in Australia: Are we Underestimating the Emergence of Undergraduate Education. Population Health Congress, Brisbane July 6 – 9, 2008,. Parker, EA and Fleming, ML (2007) Merging or Diverging? Undergraduate and post-graduate public health curricula. Australia Network of Academic Public Health Institutions. October 2007, Melbourne. Parker, E and Fleming, ML (2007) Issues around evaluation of health promotion programs. Canada, IUHPE June 2007. Parker, E. and Fleming, ML. (2005) Realistic and effective health promotion evaluations: the challenges for translating theory into quality practice. 6 th International Union of Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) European Conference on the Effectiveness of Quality of Health Promotion. Stockholm, Sweden June 1-4, 2005. Smith, S., Fleming, M., Mitchell, C., Bowler, S (2005) Clinical and behavioural profiling of people attending emergency departments with acute asthma when stratified by severity (Abstract), Respirology, Vol 10, Suppl. March. Smith, S., Mitchell, C., Fleming, M., Bowler, S (2005) A randomised control trial of patient centred education for people with acute asthma in emergency departments (Abstract), Respirology, Vol 10, Suppl. March. Smith, S., Fleming, M., Mitchell, C., Bowler, S. (2005) The impact of asthma education on health promoting behaviours of those attending emergency departments (Abstract), Respirology, Vol 10, Suppl. March. Smith, SM. Mitchell,C Bowler, S, Fleming, M (2005) Risk taking, preventive behaviours and information seeking in patients attending Emergency Department (ED) for acute asthma, Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, Annual Scientific Meeting, 2005. Smith, SM., Fleming, ML., Mitchell, C., Bowler, SD. (2005) The Impact Of Asthma Education On Health Promoting Behaviours Of People Who Attend The Emergency Department, Asthma & Allergy
  • 11. 11 SIG: Poster Session 3, Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, Annual Scientific Meeting, 2005. Poster Presentation. Parker, E., Fleming, ML., Lilley, K., Service, M. (2004) Challenges in postgraduate curricula in public health. Asia-pacific Consortium for Public Health Conference, Brisbane, November 29 – December 3, 2004. Fleming, ML. and Parker, E. (2004) Workshop – Health Promotion Evaluation and Monitoring. 3 rd Annual Seminar Health Promotion Queensland, 4 November 2004. Smith, SM. Mitchell, C , Fleming, M and Bowler, S. (2004) A Randomised Control Trial (RCT) of Patient Centred Education For People With Acute Asthma In Emergency Departments (Eds). Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2005. Poster presentation. Smith, S., Fleming, M., Mitchell, C., Bowler, S (2004) Risk taking, preventive health behaviours and information seeking in patients attending emergency departments (ED) for acute asthma (Abstract), Respirology, Vol 9, Suppl, A18 Parker, E., Fleming, ML (2004) Public Health Curriculum: Challenges for the future. Public Health Association, Cardiff, United Kingdom, Tuesday 20 April 2004. Smith, S.M.S., Mitchell, C.A., Bowler, S.D., Fleming, M.L. (2003) A Health Promoting Lifestyle Profile (HPLP) of Patients who attend Emergency Departments with Acute Asthma (Abstract), American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Vol 167, No 7, p A156. Fleming, ML and Parker, E. (2003) Health Promotion Evaluation – Realistic Monitoring and Evaluation, 2 nd Annual Seminar Health Promotion Queensland, 31 October 2003. Fleming, ML. (2003) QHealth Epidemiology Special Interest Group. Health Promoting School: Evaluation Issues and Strategies, 13 May 2003. Fleming, ML., Parker, E., Meiklejohn, B., Higgins, H. (2003) Improving Community Capacity Building (CCB): experiences from two communities in Queensland. 35 th Annual Public Health Association of Australia Conference, ‘Essentials, Differentials and Potentials in Health’, 28 September – 1 October, 2003, Brisbane O’Connor-Fleming, ML., Owen, N., and Bowen Healthy Shire Partnership. (2002) Evaluation of a Community Development Program. 34 th Annual Public Health Association of Australia Conference, September – October, 2002 O’Connor-Fleming, ML and Bowen Healthy Shire Partnership (2002) Health Promotion Queensland Annual Seminar. Bowen Health Shire Partnership: Final Project Findings. Hilton, Brisbane, 11 September 2002. O’Connor-Fleming, M and Bowen Healthy Shire Partnership (2001) Community Development: Lessons Learned. Australian Health Promotion Conference, Gold Coast Queensland, July 2001.. O’Connor-Fleming, ML., Parker, E. and Morrow, L. (2000) Evaluation of a Heart Health Manual: the Contribution of Patients, Nurses, Health Workers and Key Informants. 32 nd Annual Public Health Association of Australia Annual Conference, Sydney, NSW. Morrow, L. O’Connor-Fleming M., Parker, E. Cardiac Rehabilitation Association of New Zealand. Integrated Care-the way forward. 6-7 August 1999, Wellington, New Zealand. Morrow, L. O’Connor-Fleming, M., Parker, E. Australian Cardiac Rehabilitation Association 9 th Annual Conference, Lifestyle Changes – a pandora’s box. 12-14 August 1999, Penrith, New South Wales.
  • 12. 12 Williams, HM., O’Connor-Fleming, M., Bowman, K. (1998) Back to basics and into the future: Implementing a student centred approach to flexible delivery in large undergraduate classes in a university faculty of health. Open Learning 98, Offering New Directions, Queensland Open Learning Network, 2-4 December 1998. O’Connor-Fleming, M. NSW Dental Therapists’ Association Incorporated Annual Conference. A Room With A View: Where Is The ‘Public Health’ In Public Health Dentistry?, Newcastle 21 October, 1998 O’Connor-Fleming, M., Parker, E., Developing A Cardiac Rehabilitation Education Resource for Rural Health Workers in Queensland: Reviewing the Process and the Outcomes. Conference Paper, Public Health Association Annual Conference Hobart 14 th September 1998 Parker, E., O’Connor-Fleming, M., Meiklejohn, B., Oldenburg, B. Queensland University of Technology. Heart Health Education for Indigenous Communities in Queensland: Implications of a study with Indigenous Health Workers. Conference Paper, Public Health Association Annual Conference Hobart 14 th September 1998 O’Connor-Fleming, ML., Dommers, E., and Appleton, J. School of Public Health, Brisbane Inner South Division of General Practice, PO Box 8004, Woolloongabba, GPs and the Promotion of Adolescent Health. Poster presentation – Public Health Association Annual Conference Hobart 14 th September 1998. O’Connor-Fleming, ML., Oldenburg, B., Parker: E. Advancing the Health Promotion Workforce: A Decade of Developments and Opportunities. Poster presentation – Public Health Association Annual Conference Hobart 14 th September 1998. O’Connor-Fleming, M., Williams, HM., Bowman, K. Implementing Flexible Delivery in Large Undergraduate Classes in the Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology. Paper presented at the HERDSA Queensland Conference, Sunshine Coast University College, Sippy Downs, Queensland, 20-21 June 1998. O’Connor-Fleming, M. Parker, J., Oldenburg, B., Boffinger, C., Cliff, D. (1997) The Workplace as a Community - The Implementation of a Workplace Health Promotion Program in Two Coal Mines in Central Queensland. 9 th National Health Promotion Conference, Darwin, 20 th May 1997 O’Connor-Fleming, ML and Parker, E. (1997) ‘Teaching a Social View of Health’. Home Economic Institute of Australia Annual Conference, Brisbane, 16 August 1997. O’Connor-Fleming, M. What are the Obligations and Directions of the Federal Government in the provision of Public Health Services in the Future. In particular, are the recommendations contained in the 1990 WHO report being reflected in the relevant policies or are they at odds with one another ? Australian Dental Therapists Association National Meeting, 13 September 1997. O’Connor,-Fleming, M., Oldenburg, B., Boffinger, C., Cliff, D. (1997) A Critical Review of the Promotion of Workplace Health in the Coal Industry. 29 th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, 5-8 October. Oldenburg, B. Ffrench, M., O’Connor-Fleming, M. (1997) Dissemination of Australian Public Health Research Findings: Current Practice and Future Directions. 29 th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, 5-8 October. Oldenburg, B., Hutchins, C., O’Connor-Fleming, M., Wise, M. (1997) Case Studies of Achievements in Improving the Health of Australians. 29 th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia. Melbourne, 5-8 October. O’Connor-Fleming, M., Parker, E. (1997). The Development of a Cardiac Rehabilitation Resource Manual for Community Nurses and Health Workers in Queensland. Poster. National Rural Public Health Forum. Adelaide Convention Centre 12-15 October.
  • 13. 13 Parker, E., O’Connor-Fleming, M. (1997) Improving Indigenous Health in Rural Queensland. Rural Health Aboriginal Heart Health. National Rural Public Health Forum. Adelaide Convention Centre 12- 15 October. O’Connor-Fleming, M. Dommers, E., Appleton, J. (1997) General Practitioners and School Health Promotion, 3 rd National Health Promoting Schools Conference, Canberra, 4 th November 1997. O’Connor-Fleming, M. Keynote address. ‘Managing Health At Work in the 21 st Century Conference, School of Public Health, 4 th International Summer School, Friday 21 st November 1997. O’Connor-Fleming, M. Keynote address, National Nursing Conference. ‘Public Health and Health Promotion Implications for Nurse Practitioners’, Dockside, Brisbane, 5 th December 1997. Morrow, L.. (National Heart Foundation - poster presenter), O’Connor, M., Parker, E. (1997) “Cardiac Rehabilitation Initiatives in Rural Australia”, 4 th International Conference on Preventive Cardiology, Montreal, Canada, June 29 - July 3, 1997. O’Connor, ML., Parker, J., Parker, E. Oldenburg, B. (1996) Best Practice: Is it the Best Option for Health Promotion. 8 th National Health Promotion Conference, Sydney Feb 5, 1996 O’Connor, ML., Parker, J., Parker, E. Oldenburg, B. (1996) Health Promotion Education, Training and Workforce Development: An Australian Perspective. 8 th National Health Promotion Conference, Sydney Feb 5, 1996 Parker, E., O’Connor, M., Oldenburg, B., McDonald, M., Steele, J. (1996) Health Promotion Workforce Development: A Queensland Study. 8 th National Health Promotion Conference, Sydney Feb 5, 1996 Harrison, C., O’Connor, M., Parker, E., Oldenburg, B., Mieklejohn, B. (1996) A Cross-sectional study of the Heart Health Knowledge, Beliefs and Practices of Indigenous Health Workers in Queensland, 8 th National Health Promotion Conference, Sydney Feb 5, 1996. Parker E., O’Connor M (1996) “Health Promotion Workforce Development: An Australian and Queensland Perspective”. Canadian Public Health Association, Annual Conference, Vancouver, July 1996. Boffinger, C., Parker, J., O’Connor, M., Cliff, D., Ham, B. (1996) Health Promotion - A Workplace Health Program for the Coal Mining Industry. Poster Paper, Minesafe International 1996 Perth. Parker, J., Boffinger, C., O’Connor, M. Cliff, D., Ham, B. (1996) Implementation and evaluation of a workplace health promotion model in two coal mines in Central Queensland. Paper. Department of Mines and Energy Coal Industry safety Conference. 20-23 August 1996. O'Connor, M. (1996) "There is Nothing More Practical Than a Good Theory: The Application of Public Health Principles to School Drug Education". National School Drug Education Conference, Canberra. O'Connor, M. (1995) "Critical Review of a Cardiac Rehabilitation Education Resource for health workers in rural communities throughout Queensland", 7th National Health Promotion Conference, Brisbane, 12-15th February 1995. O'Connor, M. (1995) "Consensus building in the writing of the National Health and Physical Education Profile: a critique of the process and the players", 7th National Health Promotion Conference, Brisbane, 12-15th February 1995. O’Connor, M. (1994) “What are the Issues in Researching and Evaluating Primary Health Care”, Primary Health Care Conference, Crest Hotel, Brisbane, 12 th July.
  • 14. 14 O'Connor, M. and Kennedy, L. (1994) "Collaboration, Consensus and Conciliation:Effective Strategies for development of the National Health and Physical Education Statement and Profile", Health Promoting Schools Symposium, University of Sydney, November 1994. O'Connor, M. (1993) "Promoting Public Health in the School Health Context: Experiences from the National Health and Physical Education Profile", Public Health Association, Sydney, September 1993. Parker, E. and O'Connor, M. (1993) "Developing a Cardiac Rehabilitation Manual for Rural Health Workers", Public Health Association, Sydney September 1993. O’Connor, M., Parker, E., (1993) Cardiac Rehabilitation Society of Australia, - “Pilot Study of Cardiac Rehabilitation Knowledge of Community Health Workers in Queensland”, Brisbane, Gateway Hotel, Brisbane, September 1993. O’Connor, M., Parker, E., National Rural and Remote Allied Health Promotion Professionals Conference, August 1993 Reporting on research into the development of a Cardiac Rehabilitation Manual for Rural Health Workers O'Connor, M. (1992) Workplace Health Promotion, Wesley Corporate Health Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace Symposium. Paper presented: "The Non-Industrial Workplace: White and Pink Collar Workers." Brisbane, 4th August, 1992. O'Connor, M. (1991) International Conference on Drug Education in Schools, Brisbane. Paper: "Drug Policy and Politics: Impact on and Implications for School Health Education." Invited Presentations O'Connor M. (1989) "Health for All Australians - National Goals and Targets for Improving Health: Implications for School Health Education." Australian Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Conference, June 29 -July 1, Mt Gravatt Campus, BCAE. O'Connor, M. (1986) "Communication Skills in Cancer Nursing." Tenth Annual Seminar, Oncology Nurses Group, Brisbane, Hilton Hotel Conference Room, 6th November. Service Panel Memberships  Endeavour Research Fellowship (2008-2012)  Chair – Quality Management Committee Breastscreen Qld, QHealth (2008 - 2012)  Member – QEMS Quality Council QHealth (2008 – 2011)  Member – National Paramedic Education Sub-Committee, Council of Ambulance Authorities (2007 – 2011). International Consultancy  Atlantic Philanthropies (2004-05; 2010) Hanoi, Vietnam. Curriculum Development for undergraduate health promotion and public health (2004), Health promotion evaluation workshop (2005).  WHO Consultant (1995), Social sciences and evaluation methods in health education and health promotion. Viet Nam, 7 th - 16 th September 1995.  WHO Consultant (1996), Quality Procedures in Public Health Nursing: Health education/health promotion for public health nurses. American Samoa, 10 th November - 9 th December 1996.
  • 15. 15 Membership of Professional Bodies  Member, PHAA National Conference Scientific Committee, 2010-11  Public Health Association of Australia - member 1986 - 1990, 1992 - current  Australian Association of Health Promotion Professionals (AAHPP) - Executive Member (AAHPP) - 1994-95; member since 1994.  Chair, Program Committee, 7th National Health Promotion Conference, Brisbane, February 1995. Executive Positions Held  Public Health Association of Australia (Queensland Branch) - Executive Member, Queensland Branch 1993 - 1994; 1997- 2000; President - 1986; Secretary - 1987; Treasurer - 1988 - 1989; Member of the National Executive, 1986.  Member, organising committee, Public Health Association, Queensland Branch, Knowledge Development in Health Promotion Project Workshop, Brisbane 24 April, 1992.  Member, Conference Organising Committee, Public Health Association (Queensland Branch) for the National Public Health Association Conference, Brisbane, September, 1988.  Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (Queensland Branch) - Co- ordinator of Health Education - 1985, 1988-1989.  Member, organising committee for the satellite conference on Cardiovascular Education, Public Health Association , Mt Gravatt Campus, July 1988.  Member, organising committee, Public Health Association Health Fair, Botanical Gardens, Brisbane, August 1988. Education in the Wider Community/Professional Involvement Current  Chair – Breastscreen Queensland Quality Management Committee, Women’s Cancer Screening Services, Queensland Health.  Member, Breastscreen Qld Nurse Training Reference Committee  Member, QEMS Quality Council, QHealth and Emergency Services Department. 1999 – 2003; 2005 - 2010  Member – Health Promotion Queensland. Health Promotion Council Queensland Health 1998  Member, Health and Physical Education Interim Advisory Committee, Queensland School Curriculum Council, Education Queensland. 1991 - 1997  Governor, Board of Governors, St Andrews War Memorial Hospital, Brisbane 1989 - 1997;  Board member, St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital Heart Institute 1997.  Member, Caltex Woman Graduate of the Year Selection Committee, Queensland. State Representative on the National Selection Committee, 1986- 1996.  Chair, Education Committee, National Heart Foundation, Queensland Branch 1992-1996.  Board Member, National Heart Foundation, Queensland Branch 1995 - 1996.  Member, Medical Advisory Committee, National Heart Foundation, Queensland Branch 1995- 1996.  Member, National Education and Health Promotion Steering Committee, National Heart Foundation of Australia 1995 - 1996.  Member, Anti-smoking Committee, Queensland Cancer Fund, 1992 - 1993.  Member, Pre-School to Year 10 Health and Physical Education Syllabus Development Committee, Queensland Department of Education, 1990 - 1991. 1988 - 1990  Member, School Dental Therapy Training Centre Curriculum Review Committee, Queensland Health, 1990.
  • 16. 16  Member, Reference Committee on Human Relationships Education, Queensland Department of Education, 1988.  BCAE Representative on the Task Force on Training Requirements of Professionals and Non- Professionals Entering the Drug and Alcohol Field, Queensland Department of Health, 1988.  Member, Children's Anti-Smoking Committee, Queensland Department of Health, 1988. Consulting 2012 - 2012  Endeavour Award Selection Panel (2008 – current)  QHealth, Evaluation of Clinical education and training resources, 2010, ClinEdQld & QHealth, $24,251.  Ministry of Health, Malaysia, Learning and Teaching Quality, 2009, $9,091. 2008 - 2003  Qld Health Brisbane North – Evaluation of a video produced for display in Outpatient and Community Health Centres $ 7160 (2005).  Qld Health Brisbane North – Evaluation of LAPAP Project – Caboolture and Deception Bay, $6843 (2004)  Qld Health, Professional Development Modules for Health Promotion Workers, $10,000. Brisbane North and Brisbane South Regional Health Authorities, QHealth.(2003)  Brisbane South Division of General Practice (2001) Learning and Teaching Strategies. 20 February 2001.  QHealth, Professional Development Modules on Health Promotion for Allied Health Workers, $20,000 (2000)