www.whatewerewethinking.org.au was developed and produced by a team of Australian researchers, writers, designers, and programmers, funded by a grant to Professor Jane Fisher and Dr Heather Rowe.
Professor Jane Fisher
Jane Fisher is Clinical and Health Psychologist and Professor of Women's Health. She has been a sessional consultant to Masada Private Hospital Mother Baby Unit since 1996. Jane's research focuses on understanding and addressing the factors that influence women's and men's health and wellbeing during pregnancy and the life phase of caring for young children.
Dr Heather Rowe
Heather is Senior Research Fellow with expertise in women's health research and health promotion practice. She translates expert knowledge into mental health promotion programs for women and their families. She has a special research interest in using technologies to reach diverse groups of women and their families during the childbearing year and at other phases of life.
Jane and Heather are both located at the Jean Hailes Research Unit in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University in Melbourne Australia, where Jane is Director.
The Jean Hailes Research Unit is an innovative formal partnership between Jean Hailes for Women's Health, a community based knowledge translation service and the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University.
Website Design and Development
Penny Harris is an Interactive Multimedia Art Director and Project Manager. She is also a well known children's film maker, author and illustrator. Over her twenty-five year career, Penny has won many national and international awards for her projects. Penny is based in Melbourne, Australia. Penny's work can be viewed at www.pennyharris.com.au.
Lara Cameron is an independent interactive and graphic designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Lara's work covers a wide range of disciplines including Flash & HTML website design & development, identity & print design, textile design and illustration. Lara's work can be viewed at www.laracameron.com.
Patrick Fitzgerald is a freelance programmer & graphic designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Patrick's work can be viewed at www.roomtone.com.au.
The WWWT Program has been funded by
- The Australian Government
- Victorian Government Department of Health
- Victorian Government Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
- National Health and Medical Research Council
- beyondblue the national depression initiative
- The Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY)
- The Jack Brockhoff Foundation
- Australian Hospital Care Limited
- Tweddle Child and Family Health Service
- Inner East Primary Care Partnership
- The Besen Family Foundation
- Eirene Lucas Foundation
This webpage last updated 27 February 2014.