Dr Kristin Diemer is a sociologist with twenty years of research experience designing, implementing and managing both large and small scale projects. Her applied social research skills are particularly aimed toward research design, methodology and data analysis (mixed methods).
Her focus has been in the area of family and domestic violence applied research.
Recent projects include mixed-methods data collection and analysis across both small case files and large hospital and governmental department databases recording family violence, sexual assault, homicide and child abuse incidents.
In addition to research positions in both academia and across government, she teaches in the areas of social change and research methodology and also undertakes photo-documentary projects on social issues.
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Development And Implementation Of Monitoring & Evaluation Survey Instruments, Resources An..
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An Australian hospital's training program and referral pathway within a multi-disciplinary health-justice partnership addressing family violence
Kirsty Forsdike, Cathy Humphreys, Kristin Diemer, Stuart Ross, Linda Gyorki, Helena Maher, Penelope Vye, Fleur Llewelyn, Kelsey Hegarty
Journal article | 2018 | Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
Domestic and family violence and parenting: Mixed-method insights into impact and support needs: Final report.
R Kaspiew, B Horsfall, L Qu, JM Nicholson, C Humphreys, K diemer, J dunstan
Report | 2017
This report collates the findings of a research study into the impact of domestic and family violence on parenting capacity and pa..
Aboriginal Men’s Programs Tackling Family Violence: A Scoping Review
D Gallant, S Andrews, C Humphreys, K Diemer, D Ellis, J Burton, W Harrison, R Briggs, C Black, A Bamblett, S Torres-Carne, R McIvor
Journal article | 2017 | the Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues
Academic and community research identifies that Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are at a greater risk of b..
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Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Award: Excellence in Research Translation in International Development
Award: Supporting Collaborations in Developing Countries
Senior Research Fellow (Social Work)
The Australian Sociological Association
Media Entertainment Arts Alliance
DOCTORATE IN SOCIOLOGY
BACHELOR OF ARTS