Mr Bill O'Hehir - Colloquium 31/08/2012
|Topic:||Emotional responses to erectile dysfunction in rural Australian males|
|Presenter:||Bill O'Hehir, Discipline of Psychology, School of Health and Human Sciences, Southern Cross University|
Friday, 31 August 2012
|Locations:||Lecture Hall D350 (Coffs Harbour campus)|
Video-linked to Lecture Hall P158 (Lismore campus) and to A223 (Tweed Heads Gold Coast Riverside campus)
|About the colloquium:|
Bill will be presenting his research on emotional responses to erectile dysfunction in rural Australian males.
|About the speaker:|
Prior to returning to school Bill was a soldier and interstate truck driver. He has been working in the field of Psychology for 30 years this March: five years in public service and 25 years in private practice.
Bill has undertaken significant works in the areas of the psychology of men's health: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with Vietnam Veterans; organisational restructuring; and vocational Assessment. Bill wrote the first book in the Southern Hemisphere on the psychology of men's health and has a number of other publications on male issues throughout rural Australia
Bill says he was lucky to meet Dr. Provost early in his PhD; Dr Provost pointed out that most of Bill's work in the field had been carried out under the guidelines of the scientist /practitioner model. The excitement of research for Bill has been how much he has changed as he has come come closer to his goal.
Updated: 13 March 2013