Higher Degree Research Supervision

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

StudentThesisSupervisorsInstitution

Zewdneh Sabe
Traditional and Complementary Medicine Use By African Migrant Women In Australia: The Interface Between Cultural Health Practices And Western MedicineProf Caroline Smith & Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
David AyikaOnce a doctor always a doctor: Exploring the impact of societal expectations, stereotypes and social pressures on physician individualism and psychosocial wellbeingDr Tinashe Dune & Dr Amit AroraWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
Michael O’Dwyer Sexual and reproductive health information and services-seeking behaviour by Western Sydney AdolescentsDr Tinashe Dune, Dr John Bidewell & Prof Pranee LiamputtongWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
Bronwyn RussoOccupational Therapy, Pedagogy and Practice in Relation to Client SexualityDr Rosalind Bye & Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
Tensae MekonnenTrends and determinants of reproductive health utilization by teenagers (Adolescents) in Ethiopia- Analysis of Ethiopian Demographic Health Surveys 2000, 2005 and 2011 Data Dr Tinashe Dune & Prof Janette PerzWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
Jack Thepsourinthone It’s a man’s world: An investigation of masculinity and internalised homophobia amongst homosexual menDr Tinashe Dune & Prof Pranee LiamputtongWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
Dr Zelalem BirhanuProviding Sexual and Reproductive Health Care to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Women in Australia: Health care Professionals’ PerspectivesProf Janette Perz, Dr Tinashe Dune & Prof Jane UssherWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
Dr Zewdneh Shewamene Exploring maternal complementary and alternative medicine use among African migrant women in SydneyProf Caroline Smith & Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University PhD Candidate
Dr Md. Shahidul Islam The Lived Experiences of HIV Positive Parents and Their Children in Bangladesh Prof Victor Minichiello, Prof John Scott, Dr Siu Fung Chung & Dr Tinashe DuneUniversity of New England PhD Recipient

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) / Master of Research (MRes)

StudentThesisSupervisorsInstitution
Rashmi Pithavadian Ways that Women with Vaginismus Seek Help for their Condition and how this Affects their Selfhood Dr Tinashe Dune & Dr Jane ChalmersWestern Sydney University
Alex WorkmanAre Australian Perspectives on Intimate Partner Violence LGBTIQ Inclusive?Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University
Rubab Firdaus Disabled Women’s Access, Utilisation and Experiences of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care in Australia Dr Tinashe Dune & Prof Pranee Liamputtong & Dr John BidewellWestern Sydney University
Jack Thepsourinthone It’s a man’s world: An investigation of masculinity and internalised homophobia amongst homosexual men
Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University
Alex Workman Violence, Gender & Discourse: How everyday language creates the heterosexual opinion on same-sex domestic violence
Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University
Andrea Bolgers The subjective experience of gender and life in a cross-cultural sample of female-to-male transgendered people
A/Prof Gail Hawkes, Dr Amy Lykins, Dr Tiffany Jones, Dr Tinashe Dune & Dr Mitra RashidianUniversity of New England Masters in Clinical Psychology Recipient

Masters Dissertation

StudentThesisDegreeSupervisorsInstitution
Anita OgbeideA Systematic Literature Review Exploring Factors Influencing Non-White People’s Access to Sleep Disorder Services and Sleep Hygiene InformationMaster of Public HealthDr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University
Caitlin McLachlanA systematic review of factors influencing condom use among female sex workersMaster of Public HealthDr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University
Jack DeLacy A systematic review of the environmental determinants of Otitis Media in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children living in Australia
Master of Public HealthDr Tinashe Dune & Prof John Macdonald)Western Sydney University
Michael O’DwyerSexual and reproductive health information and services-seeking behaviour by Western Sydney Adolescents,
Master of Public HealthDr Tinashe Dune & Dr John BidewellWestern Sydney University
David Ayika Effects of Immigration on Cultural and Family Values of Immigrants in Australia, 
Master of Health ScienceDr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University
Mikiko Albiero Gathering Community Perspective to Critique and Improve Utilisation and Access to a Community Park in the Sutherland ShireMaster of Health ScienceDr Tinashe Dune, Dr Freya Macmillan & Ms Nicole PeelWestern Sydney University


Honours Thesis

StudentThesisDegreeSupervisorInstitution
Ryan RomeroComprehensive scoping of Indigenous foot care services
Podiatric MedicineDr Stefania Penkala, Dr Steven Walmsley & Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University

Undergraduate Research Project

StudentDissertationDept.SupervisorInstitution
Annalise VaovasaThe Construction of LGBTIQ and sexual diversity within Polynesian Culture3rd Year Medical Science student enrolled in Advanced Science Research Project A (Autumn 2015)Dr Tinashe DuneWestern Sydney University