Dr Tony MacCulloch

Tony MacCulloch 2016 pic

Senior Lecturer

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 7116

Email: tony.macculloch@aut.ac.nz

Physical Address:
Room AA246
North Shore Campus
90 Akoranga Drive
Northcote
North Shore City

Qualifications:

Certificate of 'Counselling Supervision - Advanced’ - New Zealand Association of Counsellors (Auckland)
Registered Nurse (General & Psychiatric)
Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling
Masters in Education (Adult & Higher Education)
PhD

Memberships and Affiliations:

New Zealand Nurses Organisation NZNO 

Teaching Areas:

Mental Health
Communication
Interpersonal skills
Professional Supervision

Research Areas:

Methodologies
Critical discourse analysis
Cooperative Inquiry
Participatory research
Areas of interest
Mental Health
Emotional competence/emotional intelligence
Interpersonal skills
Therapeutic relationship
Clinical Supervision

MHSc &  PhD Students supervised to successful completion
Raewyn Paviour (2002) Exposing reality & valuing ourselves: survival strategies for Endoscopy Nurses in New Zealand. MHSc.Thesis
Margaret O’Sullivan, (2002) The gerontology nurse’s response to the psychosocial needs of older people in hospital. MHSc Dissertation
Sandra Alexandra,  (2004) The significance of the physiotherapist – patient relationship from the perspective of the patient with chronic pain: a qualitative pilot study  MHSc Dissertation
Susan Raleigh (2006) The meaning and importance of service for health professionals. MHSc Thesis
Gabrielle Fitzgibbon (2006) The impact on the experience of parents raising a disabled child. MHSc Dissertation.
Charles Mpofu (2007) Immigrant medical practitioners’ experience of seeking New Zealand registration: A participatory study. MHSc Thesis
Cherie Gilding, (2012) Clinical supervision for general nurses in New Zealand: the imperative of finding a way forward. MHSc Dissertation.
Robyn Henderson (2016) Media, advertising and other influences on decisions to enter aged residential care. PhD Co Supervised with Dr Valerie Wright-St-Clair

Students currently being supervised or co-supervised
Angela Stewart, Topic – The professional nurse epitomised as a critical thinker: a critical discourse analysis of a perpetual conflicting paradox. DHSc thesis
Bernadette Solomon, Topic – The experience and meaning of recovery-orientated practice for professionals working in acute mental health services: A hermeneutic phenomenological study DHSc thesis
Carolyn Simmons Carlsson, Topic - Discourses at play for occupational therapy supervision in the healthcare context. DHSc thesis
Janet May, Topic – Considering Pedagogy Collectively  as a Team of Counsellor Educators DHSc thesis
Neil Lothian, Topic – Cancer: A battle of interests: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis. PhD thesis

Research Summary:

2011 Completed a PhD research thesis. Mappings of the interior: a critical discourse analysis of emotional competence. AUT University, Auckland, NZ.

2004-5 Participated in a team based research project in collaboration with Waitemata DHB, Auckland NZ ‘Perceptions of client centred team practice: a pilot descriptive study. Research team members included Dr Tony MacCulloch, Dr M Jones, Dr M Boyd, Dr B McKenzie Green, Dr J Stokes

1999 Completed Masters of Education (Adult & Higher Education) thesis   ‘Countering hegemonic oppression in tertiary education: risks and strategies for the transformative educator’,  Unpublished thesis.  Auckland University, Auckland

Current Research Projects:

Currently in its development stage a qualitative research project with Debra Gerrard, and Sandy Thaggard  titled ‘The impact of personal mental illness experience on health-care student learning’

Schedule:

Editorial consultancy :  Article reviewing consultant for NURSING PRAXIS in New Zealand journal.
Article reviewing consultant for Journal of Issues in Mental Health Nursing.
Co-Editor and regular contributor to Comments, Critique and Inspiration Column in Issues in Mental Health Nursing Journal

Publications:

MacCulloch, T. (2012) A critical discourse analysis of emotional competence explores ‘mappings’ of the interior. Poster presented at the Inter-professional Health Studies Conference, AUT University, North Shore Campus, Akoranga Drive, Auckland, NZ. 13-15th August 2012.
MacCulloch, T. (2012) Communication style and manner. Chapter 20 in Shaw, S., Haxell, A.. Weblemow, T., Communication across the lifespan. Australia & New Zealand; Oxford University Press.
MacCulloch, T. (2012) Reflections on trust and self-disclosure, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 33:59–60.
MacCulloch, T. (2011) Maps, metaphors and mind control: a CDA approach to challenging constructs of emotional competence. Paper presented at the Third New Zealand Discourse Conference, AUT University; 5-7 Dec 2011.
MacCulloch, T. (2011) Flourishing: A vision for everybody. Issues in Mental Health Nursing.     32:325.
MacCulloch, T. (2011) Recovery and the rhetoric of illusion. Issues in Mental Health Nursing.     32(3):187-8.
MacCulloch, T. (2010) Is it Time? Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 31:300–301.
MacCulloch, T. (2010) Constructions of Truth, Gate-Keeping and the Power of Diagnostic     Labels. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 31:151–152.
Smythe, E., MacCulloch, T., & Charmley, R. (2009). Professional supervision: trusting the     wisdom that 'comes'. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 37(1), 17-25.
MacCulloch, T., Shattell, M. (2009) Reflections of a “Wounded Healer”, Issues in Mental     Health Nursing, 30:2,135-137.
MacCulloch, T., Shattell, M. (2009) Clinical Supervision and the Well-Being of the     Psychiatric Nurse . Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 30:9,589-590
MacCulloch. T. (2008) Context is everything. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 29:89–93,
MacCulloch, Tony (2008) 'We all have mountains to climb', Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 29:6, 671-673
MacCulloch,T. (2007)   In Praise of Unsung Heroes. Issues in Mental Health Nursing Journal. 28: 319-321
MacCulloch,T. (2007)   Gifts of inspiration. Issues in Mental Health Nursing Journal. 28:547-549.
MacCulloch,T. (2007)   The gift of compassion. Issues in Mental Health Nursing Journal. 28:825-827
MacCulloch,T. (2007)   An urgent quest for something better. Issues in Mental Health Nursing Journal, 28:1193-1196.
MacCulloch, T., Boyd, M., Jones, M., McKenzie- Green, B., Stokes, G. (2005) Communication         challenges in the interdisciplinary health care team. Paper presented as part of a Symposium presentation – Perceptions of Client Centered Team Practice at the 6th     Advances in Qualitative Methods conference hosted by International Institute of     Qualitative methodology at Edmonton, Canada.
Jones, M., MacCulloch, T., Boyd, M., McKenzie- Green, B., Stokes, G. (2005) Client Centered Care – Reality or Myth. Paper  presented as part of a Symposium presentation –     Perceptions of Client Centered Team Practice at the 6th Advances in Qualitative Methods     conference hosted by International Institute of Qualitative methodology at Edmonton, Canada.
Boyd, M., Jones, M., MacCulloch,T., McKenzie- Green, B., Stokes, G. (2005) “Everything was just fine” – Older adult qualitative interviewing challenges. Paper  presented as part of a Symposium presentation – Perceptions of Client Centered Team Practice at the 6th     Advances in Qualitative Methods conference hosted by International Institute of     Qualitative methodology at Edmonton, Canada.
Shaw, S., Walke, S., MacCulloch, T. ‘Holding on to the magic of teaching ‘ presentation given at the 2004 ANZAME Conference – Maintaining momentum. June 24-27 in Adelaide,     South Australia.
MacCulloch, T. (2002) Facilitating a dream: the quest for human flourishing, in Yourn, B.,     Little,S. (Eds) Walking to different beats. Palmerston North, New Zealand. Dunmore Press.
MacCulloch, T. (2004) Creative designs for teacher appraisal: an alternative to orthodoxy in     Yourn, B., Little, S. (Eds)  Walking to different beats. Palmerston North, New Zealand.     Dunmore Press.
 MacCulloch, T. (2002) ‘Facilitating a dream: the quest for human flourishing’ - Paper     presented at the AUT conference in Auckland, NZ ‘Walking to different beats’ –     Conversations about teaching and learning. 2nd-3rd Oct 2002.
MacCulloch, T. (2002) Creative designs for teacher appraisal: an alternative to orthodoxy’ -     Paper presented at the AUT conference in Auckland, NZ ‘ Walking to different beats’ –     Conversations about teaching and learning. 2nd-3rd Oct. (2002)
MacCulloch, T. (2002) ‘Co-operative inquiry: a radical paradigm with promise’ - paper     presented at the AUT Interdisciplinary conference; Health policy, Practice and research in     the 21st century – making a Difference. Auckland NZ 6-9th May. (2002)
MacCulloch, T. (2001) ‘Emotional competence: teaching and assessment issues in health professional education’ – paper presented at the ANZAME conference in Wellington NZ. (2001)
MacCulloch, T. (2001) ‘Modified collaborative, participative research: practical compromise or methodological sellout!’ Paper presented at the 2nd Advances in Qualitative Methods     conference hosted by International Institute of Qualitative methodology at Edmonton, Canada. (2001)   
MacCulloch, T. (1999) ‘Emotional competence in professional communication’ paper presented at Celebration of Scholarship conference at Auckland Institute of Technology, Auckland.     (1999)

MacCulloch, T. (1999) Challenging the throne without losing your head’, Countering     hegemonic oppression in tertiary education: risks and strategies for the transformative     educator’ – paper presented at Celebration of Scholarship conference at Auckland Institute of Technology, Auckland. (1999)
MacCulloch, T. (1999) ‘Emotional competence in professional communication’ article published in Commentary section of Journal of Psychiatric and  Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 6, No. 2, 153-159.  April 1999
MacCulloch, T. (1999) Case Study ‘The sadness of loss and saying goodbye’ in ‘Talking Cures – a guide to the psychotherapies for health care professionals’, Edited by Phil Barker (1999), London, Nursing Times Books. p. 73-80.
MacCulloch, T (1998) ‘Pregnancy & diabetes – motivation and compliance issues’ paper presented at Diabetes midwives study day hosted by Novo Nordisk, Auckland (1998)
MacCulloch, T (1998) Feature article ‘Emotional Competence in professional Practice’ published in Australian and New Zealand Journal of Mental Health Nursing, Vol 7, Number 2, May 1998
MacCulloch, T (1997) ‘Emotional Competence in Professional Practice’ Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australia and New Zealand College of Mental Health Inc. Adelaide (1997)
MacCulloch, T  (1997) ‘Creative solutions for working with resistance and non-compliance’ a     paper presented at the Annual Diabetes Nurse Symposium in Auckland (1997)
MacCulloch, T (1994) Caring for the Whole Person - Counselling Skills for CAPD Nurses. Paper presented at the 1994 11th Baxter Annual Peritoneal Dialysis Nurses Conference. Rotorua. 1994

Awards:

AUT Distinguished Teachers Award 2001

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