David Gallant is a Research Fellow within the Department of Social Work. His research is focused on improving the physical, social, emotional and cultural outcomes for people in our communities.
David's current research areas include family violence, Indigenous populations and custodial environments. He is a program scholar within the Centre of Research Excellence Safer Families with a research focus on men who use violence and is also a PhD Candidate investigating the role of sport and physical activities in Australian prisons.
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Pets And Animals, Abuse And Wellbeing In The Context Of Family Violence Or Sexual Offendin..
Recreation or rehabilitation? Managing sport for development programs with prison populati..
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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..
Descriptive study of carers' support, encouragement and modelling of healthy lifestyle behaviours in residential out-of-home care
Rachael Cox, Helen Skouteris, Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, Amanda D Jones, David Gallant, Stella Omerogullari, Robyn Miller, Louise L Hardy
Journal article | 2015 | Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
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