Jasmine B. MacDonald
Senior Research Officer
Child & Family Evidence
Dr Jasmine B. MacDonald contributes to Child and Family Evidence through evidence synthesis, knowledge translation, and evaluation activities.
Jasmine has domain and research expertise in the areas of mental health, child and adolescent psychology, developmental psychology, learning, biopsychology, and forensic psychology. Jasmine adopts a pragmatic approach to research, adopting quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods designs depending on the question at hand.
Prior to commencing with AIFS, Jasmine held academic roles with Charles Sturt University (Wagga Wagga), Australian College of Applied Psychology (Sydney), and RMIT University (Melbourne).
BA(Psychology and Sociology)/BSW(Hons), Ph.D. (Psychology) (Charles Sturt University)
Research by Jasmine B. MacDonald
How to ask adult mental health clients about sexual abuse
Explains why adult mental health clients might not disclose their sexual abuse histories and summarises strategies to assist with effective enquiry.Read more
Needs and impact survey insights
This short article shares findings from our latest CFCA Needs and Impact Survey and shows how these insights inform the development of CFCA resources.Read more