My research experience spans twenty years in academic, not for profit, and government organisations with an emphasis on social issues, education and healthcare. I am interested in working with communities grappling with complex social issues, developing innovative solutions and wanting to understand the outcomes associated with their efforts. I have specialist experience working with children and young people in education and community settings. My research skills have also been put to use more recently in a business and strategy consultancy capacity, developing service and patient pathways, reviewing services and developing strategies for new programmes. I enjoy working alongside research participants, building capability and supporting self-directed research.
- Location: Wellington
- Qualifications: Bachelor Degree, Masters Degree, PhD or Doctorate
- Ethnic Groups: New Zealand European
- Area of Expertise: Research and Evaluation, Ageing & Retirement, Family Violence & Abuse, Children & Youth, Cultural Diversity, Families/ Whānau & Parenting, Health & Wellbeing, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, Immigrants/ Migrants & Refugees, Māori, Pasifika, Social Services, Sport & Recreation, Women / Wāhine
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- Key Publications: McCormack, J. & Burrows, L. (2016) ‘The burden of brown bodies’: Teachings about Pasifika within public health obesity research in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies. Burrows, L., & McCormack, J. (2013) ‘Doing it for themselves’: a qualitative study of children’s engagement with public health agendas in New Zealand, Critical Public Health, DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2013.814761. Henderson, M. & McCormack, J. (2007) Food and Beverage Classification System for Use in Schools and Early Childhood Education Services: A Summary of Health Sector Feedback. Wellington: Minerva Research (Commissioned by the Ministry of Health, Wellington). McCormack, J., Atwool, N., & Smith, A. (2005). Family violence and transitions: Risks and intervention. A Literature Review. Dunedin: Children’s Issues Centre (Commissioned by the Ministry of Social Development, Wellington).
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