Presentation at the International Year of Saudi Coffee (2022) on the importance of the coffee house for community and society. Presentation and paper available on request. See presentation recording here (at 7hr.54mins towards the end of the recording) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrftoHdkWgA
A rapid review of evidence to explore the barriers and facilitators for Saudi women's participation in sports and exercise in the Kingdom, paper presented at the WAPOR conference in November 2022 (available on request)
Cogntive testing of survey items for this ground-breaking study of the prelavance and impact of childhood maltreatment, lead by Queensland University of Technology https://www.researchgate.net/publication/368647315_Adaptation_and_validation_of_the_Juvenile_Victimization_Questionnaire-R2_for_a_national_study_of_child_maltreatment_in_Australia.
Presentation in the Qualitative Track at WAPOR, exploring the feasibility and use of focus groups for cognitive testing of survey items. See slide deck here https://rollerresearch.com/QUALPOR/2019%20Track/CI/Kellard.pdf
Understanding the experiences of adult females who had experienced image-based abuse (such as the non-consensual sharing of personal or intimate photos), through qualitative research (in-depth interviews and online discussions) with victims and frontline workers, conducted for the Office of the e-Safety Commissioner in Australia. See qualitative summary report available via this location https://www.esafety.gov.au/research/image-based-abuse
Research for the Australian Government Department of Education and Training, to explore the facilitators and barriers to Indigenous Australians participating in early childhood education. See full report here https://www.education.gov.au/child-care-package/resources/indigenous-participation-early-childhood-education-and-care-qualitative-case-studies-september-2016
Research to explore experiences and impacts of online completion of the job seeker assessment tool, to identify jobseeker's labour market barriers, conducted on behalf of the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (Australian Government). Further details available on request.
A full quantitative and qualitative evaluation for the Australian Department of Employment on the labour market activation program, Work for the Dole. See full report here https://csrm.cass.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/rsss/images/WFD_14_15.pdf