Dr Lisa Buckley
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyLisa Buckley is a psychologist (non-practicing) who joined CARRS-Q as a Post Doctoral Fellow in January 2008. Lisa completed a PhD with CARRS-Q which involved research in the development, implementation and evaluation of a curriculum program to reduce risk-taking and injury among adolescents at the Year 9 level. Prior to submitting her thesis, she had been involved in research at QUT since 2001 in a number of areas, including reporting suspected child abuse and neglect, childhood bullying and trauma associated with the refugee experience. In the past few years she has focused and continues to research in the areas of injury prevention with interests and expertise in adolescent risk-taking and injury, adolescent peer relationships, educational curriculum, and designing, implementing and evaluation of behaviour change programs. Lisa also has a number of years experience in the UK in policy work in a health authority and in a drug treatment centre as well as prior counselling experience in Brisbane.
- Buckley L, Sheehan M, Shochet I, (2010) Short-term evaluation of a school-based adolescent injury prevention program: Determining posititve effects or iatrogenic outcomes, Journal of Early Adolescence, 30 (6) p834
- Buckley L, Chapman R, Sheehan M, (2010) Protective behaviour in adolescent friendships: the influence of attitudes towards the consequences, friendship norms and perceived control, Journal of Youth Studies, 13 (6) p661
- Buckley L, Sheehan M, Chapman R, (2009) Bicycle helmet wearing among adolescents: Effectiveness of school-based injury prevention countermeasure, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board p173
- Buckley L, Sheehan M, Chapman R, (2009) The inclusion of first aid in an injury prevention curriculum, Edited Proceedings of the 26th Australasian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation International Conference p3
- Buckley L, Sheehan M, Chapman R, (2009) Adolescent protective behaviour to reduce drug and alcohol use, alcohol-related harm and interpersonal violence, Journal of Drug Education, 39 (3) p289
- Buckley L, Sheehan M, (2009) A process evaluation of an injury prevention school-based programme for adolescents, Health Education Research, 24 (3) p507
- Buckley L, Sheehan M, (2004) Behaviour Change Programs. In S McEvoy, R McClure & M Stevenson, The Scientific Basis of Injury Prevention and Control, IP Communications p334