Dr Hannah Thomas

Honorary Fellow

UQ Centre for Clinical Research
Faculty of Medicine

Honorary Fellow

School of Public Health
Faculty of Medicine

Overview

Hannah Thomas is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research and an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research and School of Public Health. She is a graduate in psychology and completed her PhD on adolescent bullying and cyberbullying. She has significant research experience engaging in school-based mental health projects. Her most significant work has been the development and validation of a self-report questionnaire that measures bullying and cyberbullying behaviour (Bullying and Cyberbullying Scale for Adolescents [BCS-A]). More broadly, Hannah is interested in the prevention of interpersonal violence in childhood and adolescence (e.g., bullying, child maltreatment, domestic violence) as a strategy for reducing mental illness in the population.

Qualifications

  • PhD, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Arts with Honours, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Arts, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Business Management, The University of Queensland

Publications

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Publications

Book Chapter

  • Thomas, Hannah J., Kelly, Adrian B. and Toumbourou, W. John (2015). Prevention of alcohol-related harm for children and adolescents. In Jennifer Fitzgerald and Gerard J Byrne (Ed.), Psychosocial dimensions in medicine (pp. 291-304) Melbourne Australia: IP Communications.

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