Publications & Presentations

 
 

2019

Mihelcic, J. (2019). Brief report—2nd Co-Creation Camp 2019. Retrieved from http://people-project.net/learning-cycles/brief-report-2nd-co-creation-camp-2019/

2018

Sumartojo, S., Mihelcic, J., Walton-Healy, N., Duque, M., The Exchange at Knowledge Market: Ethnography Report 2018. Melbourne, VIC: RMIT University.

2017

Sumartojo, S., Mihelcic, J., Walton-Healey, N., Vallentine, B., & Pink, S. (2017). Queen Victoria Market: Intangible Values (Final Research Report). Melbourne, VIC: RMIT University. Retrieved from http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/qvm-intangible-values.pdf

Mihelcic, J. The significance and implications of sharing and recording personal stories in early stage dementia. Presented at the Ageing and New Media Symposium, University of Western Australia, Perth, 2017.

Mihelcic, J. Guest Panelist. We are the stories we tell. Presented at Theatre as Memory Work, Monash University, 21 September 2017.

2016

Mihelcic, J. Guest Lecture. Presented at the Graduate Archival Studies Program, University of California, Los Angeles, 24 May 2016.

Gibbons, Leisa, and Joanne Mihelcic. ‘Exploring the Person-Centered Record on FaceBook’. Workshop presented at the Personal Digital Archiving Conference 2016, Michigan, MI, 14 May 2016.

Mihelcic, J. ‘Innovations in Applied Research: A Second Generation Grounded Theory Approach to Working with People and Data’. Presentation presented at the International Institute of Qualitative Methods, Glasgow, 2016.

‘The Experiential Model of the Person-Centred Record’. Invited Speaker, University of Michigan, 10 May 2016.

‘Using Grounded Theory to Build Personal Archives for People with Early Stage Alzheimer’s Disease’. Invited Speaker presented at the Qualitative Researchers Working Group, University College London, 26 April 2016.

Mihelcic, J. 'The Experiential Model of the Person-Centred Record: A social constructionist grounded theory.' (Doctoral Thesis), Monash University, 2016. (https://figshare.com/articles/The_Experiential_Model_of_the_Person-Centred_Record_a_social_constructionist_grounded_theory/4712536)

2015

‘Understanding What Is Person-Centred and the Implications for Decision-Making for the Person Living with Alzheimer’s Disease’. Webinar presented at the Australian Association of Gerontology, Melbourne, VIC, 2015.

‘Understanding What Is Person-Centred and the Implications for Decision-Making for the Person Living with Alzheimer’s Disease’. Symposium presented at the 48th Australian Association of Gerontology Conference, Alice Springs, NT, 5 November 2015.

2014

Mihelcic, J., D. Coulthard, and T. Dawson. ‘Ethics Applications and Procedures Are Primarily Restrictive and Compliance Driven (Affirmative Team)’. Debate presented at the Victorian/Tasmanian University Ethics Network Training Day, Monash University, East Caulfield, 6 August 2014.

‘The Storyline Project: Determining a Therapeutic Use for the Personal Archive in Aged Care and Dementia.’ Presentation and poster presentation at the CIRN Community Informatics Conference, Prato, Italy, 2014.

2013

‘Listen to the People: How the Voices of Those Being Studied Can Change Both the Researched and the Research.’ Poster presented at the Australian Association of Gerontology Conference, Sydney, NSW, 2013.

‘Enabling Active Reflection Through Creating a Personal Archive’. Presented at the Emerging Researcher in Ageing Conference, Sydney, NSW, 2013.

‘Making Time for Memories of Me’. Invited Speaker/Trainer presented at the Alzheimer’s Australia Professional Development Day, Hawthorn, VIC, 2013.

‘The Storyline Project: Determining a Therapeutic Use for the Personal Archive in Aged Care and Dementia’. Invited Speaker/Trainer presented at the Southern Cross Aged Care, Melbourne, VIC, 2013.

2012

‘Review of Extensive Interdisciplinary Stakeholder Consultation Throughout the Storyline Project’. Poster (Award Winner) presented at the Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), Los Angeles, CA, 2012.  The poster is available for download here.

2011

‘New Contexts for the Archival Profession: Creating and Repurposing the Personal Record for Therapeutic Uses.’ presented at the Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), Boston, MA, 2011.

‘Review of Extensive Interdisciplinary Stakeholder Engagement’. Poster presented at the National Dementia Research Forum, Sydney, WA, 2011.

2010

‘The Storyline Project: Determining a Therapeutic Use for the Personal Archive.’ presented at the Archival Education and Research Institute (AERI), Michigan, MI, 2010.

‘The Storyline Project: Determining a Therapeutic Use for the Personal Archive in Aged Care and Dementia’. Poster presented at the National Dementia Research Forum, Surfers Paradise, QLD, 2010.

‘Study/Protocol for the Storyline Project: Determining a Therapeutic Use for the Personal Archive’. Invited Speaker presented at the National Dementia Research Forum, Surfers Paradise, QLD, 2010.

'Determining a therapeutic use for the personal archive in aged care and dementia'. Presented at the Australian Association of Gerontology Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, 2010.