Writing

Writing my story and sharing my mental health recovery quest allows me to give meaning and purpose to my experiences. To create awareness and a sense of hope that you are not alone.  There is a comfort and a sense of acknowledgement and validation when some replies, “me too!”

 

 

Self care : https://www.sane.org/media-centre/the-sane-blog/1748-my-story-bipolar-disorder-and-self-care

Food and Mood : https://www.sane.org/media-centre/the-sane-blog/1865-managing-your-food-mood-and-weight-when-living-with-a-mental-illness

Other stories and articles can be found below:

ABC Open Stories as part of the Mental Note Project

Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Bipolar – https://open.abc.net.au/explore/36hi5pb

ABC Open – General stories – https://open.abc.net.au/me

Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Bipolar story written as part of the ABC Open - Mental Note Project which was featured as part of ABC Mental As.
Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Bipolar story written as part of the ABC Open – Mental Note Project which was featured as part of ABC Mental As.

Academic writing and conferences

Maree’s academic writing has included presenting papers and speaking at conferences. She has also written the following :

Harvard Project For Asian and International Relations (HPAIR 2003) Harvard University. “The standardisation of education of International Students” conference poster presentation, Seoul South Korea. August 2013.

Tambasco, Maree “ Lest We Forget – The biases of computer technology regarding older adults” Australian Institute of Computer Ethics (1999) Swinburne University, Melbourne.

Thesis Project (IS359 Year 1996) – “Computational Linguistics” (Machine Language Translation) (10,000 words). Supervisor Dr. Anton Stavik. Bachelor of Business (Information Management) RMIT

 

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