Dr Annie Venville - Faculty of Health Sciences (Faculty of Health Sciences)
Assistant Supervisor – Only eligible to supervise with a fully accredited Principal or Co-supervisor
Dr Annie Venville is the Academic Coordinator for Professional Practice and Community Engagement at Australian Catholic University. Annie has over twenty five years of professional practice in mental health, education and disability in government and non-government sectors. Her research centres on issues related to work integrated learning, student wellbeing, educational participation and service access for marginalised and vulnerable groups.
Promoting 21st Century student competencies: piloting a wellbeing intervention. , in Australian Social Work
Exploring the Potential of a Collaborative Web Based E-Portfolio in Social Work Field Education. , in Australian Social Work.
Navigating the complexity of disability support in tertiary education: Perspectives of students and disability service staff , in International Journal of Inclusive Education
Supporting students with invisible disabilities: A scoping review of postsecondary education for students with mental illness or an acquired brain injury, in International Journal of Disability, Development and Education
Supporting people with an intellectual disability and mental health problems: A scoping review of what they say about service provision, in Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities
Supporting tertiary students with disabilities: Individualised and institution-level approaches in practice., in National Centre for Vocational Education Research.
Student perspectives on disclosure of mental illness in post-compulsory education: displacing doxa, in Disability and Society, 29 (5-6), 792-806.
Good intentions: Teaching and specialist support staff perspectives of student disclosure of mental health issues in post-secondary education, in International Journal of Inclusive Education, 18 (11), 1172-1188
Hearing voices: qualitative research with postsecondary students experiencing mental illness, in International Journal of Training Research, 12(1), 45-56
Smoke and mirrors: recruiting hidden populations in VET, in Creative Approaches to Research, 6(2), 45-56
Unfinished business: student perspectives on disclosure of mental illness and success in VET, in National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Adelaide
Risky business: mental illness, disclosure and the TAFE student., in International Journal of Training Research, 8(2), 128-140
C1 Research Grants
2013 - 2015: "Supporting students with disabilities: Exploring individual and system-level
approaches". A project funded by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research. Chief
investigators: Ellie Fossey, Annie Venville, Priscila Ennals, Jacinta Douglas, Chris Bigby.
2010-2012: Unfinished business: student perspectives on disclosure of mental illness and success
in VET. A project funded by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research to explore
the nationally significant problem of poor course completions for vocational education and
training students with mental illness. Chief investigators: Annie Venville, Annette Street.