Jasmine B. MacDonald
Senior Research Officer
Child and Family Evidence
Dr Jasmine B. MacDonald is a Senior Research Officer in the Child Family Community Australia information exchange at the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Jasmine has designed, conducted, and published in peer-reviewed journals research focused on mental health, trauma exposure and trauma reactions (including symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety, as well as stress, burnout and substance use).
Jasmine methodological expertise includes literature reviews and evidence synthesis. Jasmine has extensive experience taking evidence-based insights and turning them into practical learnings and recommendations for non-specialist audiences, through written resource, webinar, and podcast formats.
BA(Psychology and Sociology)/BSW(Hons), Ph.D. (Psychology) (Charles Sturt University)
Engaging young children (0-5 years) in nature play
This practice guide synthesises research evidence relating to young children's (0-5 years) engagement in nature play.
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.
Technology-facilitated coercive control
This practice guide describes technology-facilitated coercive control and synthesises the evidence on how to support clients experiencing it.