Dyann Ross
University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
Senior Lecturer in Social Work
School of Social Science
Faculty of Arts, Business and Law
University of the Sunshine Coast
Sippy Downs (Brisbane)
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Dr Dyann Ross is a Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of the Sunshine Coast (Brisbane, Queensland), Australia.

With a career spanning more than forty years, Dyann has worked in diverse settings, ranging from mental and community health, through to clinical education, private practice, and research and project consultancies as well as having held a number of social work academic positions.

She currently teaches in the areas of interdisciplinary ethics, the sociology of health, and mental health and complexity in professional practice.

Dyann also provides supervision for higher-degree students in the areas of women’s lived experiences of electro-convulsive treatment; the alienated parent’s experience of parental alienation; social cognition group therapy for people with severe and enduring mental illness, as well as the ethics of equine assisted practice, and child protection workers’ experiences of their workplaces.

Dr Ross’s research interests fall into the areas of engaged and student-centred teaching and learning; corporate social responsibility; and mental health clinicians’, consumers’ and carers’ well-being.

Key areas of scholarship for Dyann include issues related to social justice and social sustainability; corporate responsibility; and business ethics and human service organisational culture and violence. Additionally, Dyann has been involved in participatory and feminist research methodologies and, importantly, research ethics is an area of ongoing interest.

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