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!”
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
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