Dr Michelle Sweet
PhD, Southern Cross University, 2010; Bachelor of Applied Science, Southern School of Natural Therapies, 2001
Dr Michelle Sweet has worked for the past 10 years predominately with Aboriginal controlled organisations as well as research Institutions in Alice Springs as a researcher, consultant and manager. Her passions lie with advocating, exploring and developing innovative strategies to address health issues.
- E-Mental Health in Practice (eMHPrac)
- Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Iron Triangle Community Engagement Project
- Wellbeing Intervention for Chronic Kidney Disease (WICKD)
- Dingwall, K . (2015). Evaluation of a culturally adapted training course in Indigenous e-mental health. Australian Psychiatry, 1-6.
- Dingwall, K. (2015). “Like Drawing Into Sand”: Acceptability, Feasibility, and Appropriateness of a New e-Mental Health Resource for Service Providers Working With Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. . Australian Psychologist, 50(2015) 60-69.
The development of Yarning about Smoking is a collaboration between the Health Department’s Remote Alcohol and Other Drugs Workforce Program in Primary Health Care and the Menzies School of Health Research
The development of Yarning about Smoking is a collaboration between the Health Department’s Remote Alcohol and Other Drugs Workforce Program in Primary Health Care and the Menzies School of Health Research. The resource can be used and accessed by people all across the Health Department as well as the NGO sector to provide assessments and intervention with people who are smoking.