The Health of Aboriginal Children in Western Australia in the Context of the Child Protection System

I presented my PhD completion seminar to the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health on the 10th of May, 2024. I’ve included the recording of the seminar here and the content from the slides is beneath.

Two new RStudio themes

Sometimes you see a picture and think to yourself “oh I like the colour composition here”. Well when I think that, I also think “this would make a great RStudio theme”.

Making a custom RStudio theme

Today was going to be a productive day, I was going to get lots of work done, but then I had the thought “wouldn’t it be cool if I could make my own RStudio theme?

How did the vegetable gardener lower their taxable income?

Celery sacrifice

What did the pig get to help with their dry skin?

An oinkment

Going to the ATSIMA 2023 conference

The Statistical Society of Australia (SSA) were advertising funding to support a member to attend this year’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mathematics Alliance (ATSIMA) conference. I’d been wanting to go to an ATSIMA conference for a couple of years so when this funding came up I jumped at the chance - and luckily enough for me I got it!

A brief introduction to research for health professionals

I originally did this talk for Ballarat Health Services (now Grampians Health) back in 2021. I’d intended to upload the recording but unfortunately it didn’t materialise! Instead I’ve put the material from the talk here.

What do you call music composed by apes?

A chimphony

Further reflections on gender identity

It’s been quite a few months since I started thinking deeply about my own gender identity and not a week has gone by where I haven’t found myself pondering on it.

RMarkdown is great

Stuff that made my life easier Folder structure Workflow Easy citations Automatic numbering for tables and figures Automatic in-text numbers Minor gripes Spell checking Word count Figuring stuff out is hard Acknowledgements References The title says it all really.