conference papers

 

Cullen, T. (2017). Agreed principles, models and skills for capstone units. Research paper delivered at the First World Summit of National Teaching Fellows, Radisson Blu Hotel, Birmingham, England, on 19th February.

 

Cullen, T. (2016). Journalism capstone units that demonstrate key research, communication and entrepreneurial skills for new media jobs and markets. Research paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Leicester University, England, July 29th.

 

Cullen, T. (2016). Sharing HIV and sexual health stories in the media: Findings from a pilot training program in Australia. Research paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Leicester University, England, July 31st.

 

Cullen T. (2016). An overview of tertiary journalism capstone units and the need for agreed principles and standards. Research paper delivered at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) conference at the Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia, July 7th.

 

Cullen, T. (2016). Journalism capstone units based on agreed principles and standards. Research paper at the World Congress of Journalism Educators (WJEC), Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, July 16th.

 

Cullen, T. (2016). Sharing HIV and health stories in the media: lessons learnt from a media education and training program. Research paper delivered at the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA) conference at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, July 13th.

 

Cullen, T., Callaghan R. (2016). Local community engagement: A pilot project that promotes better understanding of diseases. Peer-reviewed research paper delivered at the 2016 Teaching and Learning Forum, Curtin University, Western Australia, 29th January.

 

Cullen, T. (2015). Journalism department works with health organization to promote better media coverage. Paper presented at the World conference on media and Mass communication 2015, at the Novetel Hotel, Beijing, China, 9th April.


Cullen, T. (2015). The personal story as the message: a new approach to health communications. Research paper presented at the Third European Conference on Arts and Humanities, Thistle hotel, Brighton, England, July 15th


Cullen, T. (2014). Health reporting in the Pacific: new challenges ahead. Research paper presented at the Political Journalism in Asia Pacific conference, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, 28th November.


Cullen, T. (2014). The personal story is the message: a pilot project to widen coverage of health and HIV. Research paper presented at the annual Journalism Education Association of Australia conference, University Technology Sydney, 26th November.


Cullen, T. (2013). Views from news editors in Western Australia about what skills and attributes journalism graduates need in the digital newsroom. Research paper presented at the annual Journalism Education Association of Australia conference, Mooloolaba, Queensland, 4th December.


Cullen, T., Tanner., Green, K., and O'Donnell, M. (2013). Australian journalism programs: are they listening to the needs of industry? Research paper presented at the annual Journalism Education Association of Australia conference, Mooloolaba, Queensland, 3rd December.


Cullen, T. (2013). Assessing the quality of medical journalism in Australia: ten years of 'Media Doctor'. Research paper presented at the annual Journalism Education Association of Australia conference, Mooloolaba, Queensland, 4th December.


Cullen, T. (2013). What skills do health communication graduates need in the digital age. Research paper delivered at the 2013 Mleague Forum, Communication University of China, Beijing, China, 27th September.

Cullen, T. (2013). Working with the media to promote HIV awareness and education. Research paper delivered at the 3rd Annual Congress of Microbes – 2013, Beijing, China, 30th July.


Cullen. T. (2013). Assessing the standard of Journalism education in Australia. Plenary panel paper delivered at the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association conference, Fremantle, Australia, July 5th.


Cullen, T. (2013). Surveys on health journalism: The evidence and the challenges. Peer-reviewed paper delivered at the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association conference, Fremantle, Australia, July 4th.


Cullen. T. (2013). HIV in South Africa: Implication for the future. Plenary panel interview with medical doctor and AIDS activist, Dr Ashfar Grimwood. This 90 minute interview was conducted at the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association conference, Fremantle, Australia, July 4th.


Cullen, T., Tanner, S., Green, K., O Donnell, M. (2013). Journalism education futures, partnerships and innovations. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) conference, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland, 27th June.


Cullen. T. (2013).The accuracy of health information: challenges and opportunities. Paper delivered at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) conference, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland, 26th June.


Cullen, T. (2012). Is it time to review and rewrite what Australian universities promote as selling points to journalism students? Paper delivered at the Australian Journalism Education Association conference, Deakin University, Melbourne, 3rd December.


Cullen, T. (2012). Health reporting: is it enough to provide content without a context? Peer Reviewed paper presented at the International Asia Media and Communication Conference, Concord Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, 12th July.


Cullen, T. (2011). Media Coverage of HIV: Can we do better. Paper presented at a three-day United Nations sponsored workshop for Broadcasters in the Asia Pacific region. Held at the Tonga Convention Centre in Nuku'alofa, Tonga. December 20th.

Cullen, T. (2011). The unhealthy state of health journalism. Paper presented at the annual Journalism Education of Australia conference. Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide. 30th November.


Cullen, T. (2011). The use of narrative fiction to spread HIV information in Papua New Guinea. Paper presented at the 10th International AIDS Congress for Asia and the Pacific, Busan, South Korea 29th August.


Cullen, T. (2011) Reporting HIV: Obstacles and challenges. Paper presented at the United Nations sponsored workshop for international journalists attending the 10th International AIDS Congress for Asia and the Pacific, Busan, South Korea 29th August. See attachment


Cullen, T. (2010). Reporting HIV in Papua New Guinea: trends and omissions from 2000 –2010. Paper to be presented at the Journalism Education Association of Australia conference, University of Technology, Sydney, 24 November.


Cullen,T. (2009). Reporting HIV: One frame fits all. Peer- reviewed paper presented at the 9th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Bali International Convention Centre, Bali, Indonesia, 11 August.


Cullen,T. (2009). Enabling international journalism students to understand and report effectively on serious health issues in their own countries. Paper presented at the Teaching and Learning Forum 2009, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, 29th January. http://otl.curtin.edu.au/tlf/tlf2009/contents-all.html (Further details can be obtained from the Public Talks page)


Cullen,T. (2008). From Assignment to publication. Paper presented at the Journalism Education Association Conference (JEA), Wollongong University, NSW, 30th November. (Further details can be obtained from the Public Talks page)


Cullen,T. (2008). HIV communication: Reporting the wider links. Paper presented at the XV11 International AIDS Conference, Mexico city, Mexico, 7th August.


Cullen,T. (2008). Can health communication theories assist HIV reporting? Paper presented at a Workshop on Mass Media and Medicine. Organised by the Asia Research Institute (ARI) at the National University of Singapore, 29 February. www.ari.nus.edu.sg/showfile.asp?eventfileid=384


Cullen, T. (2008). Understanding and reporting HIV: What tertiary media educators need to know. Paper presented at the Teaching and Learning Forum. 31 January, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, WA.


Cullen,T. (2007). Reporting HIV in Africa. Paper presented at the AUSI Institute, Naiobi, Kenya on 3rd May.


Cullen, T. (2006). Press coverage of HIV: 25 years on. Paper presented at the annual Journalism Educators Conference (JEA), Auckland, New Zealand, 4th December.


Cullen, T. (2006). AIDS is boring to report. So let's try to make it interesting. Peer-reviewed presented at the Media in Asia Conference. Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia, 28th November. Cullen, T. (2006). HIV/AIDS. Is it sufficient to report only the news? Paper presented at the IAMCR International conference in Cairo, 26 July.


Cullen, T. (2006) Media Coverage of HIV/AIDS in the Asia Pacific region. Paper presented at the Media in Asia Conference. Miri, Malaysia, 16th February.


Cullen, T. (2005). HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea: Ninety-eight per cent of the population is not infected. So, what's all the fuss? Paper presented at the annual Journalism Educators Conference (JEA), Gold Coast, Brisbane, 29 Nov - 2 December.


Cullen, T. (2005). Press Coverage of HIV/AIDS In the South Pacific: Is it sufficient to report only the news? Peer-reviewed paper presented at the first Pan Pacific Regional HIV Conference. Auckland, New Zealand, 27th October.


Cullen, T. (2003.) HIV/AIDS: Working with the Media. Peer- reviewed paper presented at the Global Health Conference, Hawaii, USA, 12-14 June.


Cullen, T. (2003). Media Coverage of HIV/ADS: 20 Years on. Paper presented at the Journalism Educators Conference held at the School of Communication, Design and Media. University of Western Sydney, 26-29 November.


Cullen, T. (2002). HIV/AIDS and the Media. Paper presented at the annual Journalism Educators Conference (JEA), Hong Kong, China, 2-6 December.


Cullen, T. (2002). Reporting HIV/AIDS in the Pacific Region. Paper presented at the South Pacific Community's (SPC) Regional Media Conference. Suva, Fiji 9 October.


Cullen, T. (2002). Reporting Reproductive Health Care. Paper presented at the South Pacific Community's (SPC) regional media conference. Suva, Fiji 9 October.


Cullen, T. (2002). Promoting Health Strategies in the Media. Paper presented at the Global Health Conference, Hawaii, USA, 12-14 June.


Cullen, T. (2001). Reporting HIV/AIDS in the South Pacific: Delaying the Inevitable. Brisbane, 27 November. Paper presented at an International seminar for journalists on reporting HIV.


Cullen, T. (2001). Press Coverage of AIDS in the Pacific Region. Melbourne, 5 October. Peer-reviewed paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on AIDS in Asia-Pacific.


Cullen, T. (2000). Obstacles to reporting HIV/AIDS in the South Pacific. A view from the editors. Paper presented at the JEA conference, Brisbane, 10 December.


Cullen, T. (1999). Medical Reporting in the Pacific. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Islands News Association (PINA), 8 October, Suva, Fiji.


Cullen, T. (1999). Press coverage of HIV/AIDS in the South Pacific: Delaying the Inevitable. Paper presented at the Fifth International Congress on HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 26 October.


Cullen, T. (1999). Press Coverage of HIV/AIDS in PNG and the South Pacific: A Lost Opportunity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the World Association of Press Councils (WAPC) Brisbane, Australia, 23 June.


Cullen, T. (1999). HIV/AIDS: Working with the Media. Paper presented at the First Regional Conference of HIV/AIDS in the Pacific, Nadi, Fiji, 23 February.