USQ TAG session Fri 20 May

Exciting times for the TAG community. We’re expanding (just a little, but expanding nonetheless).

Data: The data we will be looking at is authentic suicide risk assessments and comes from psychological and psychiatric consultations where the client and clinician are talking about the client’s suicide ideation and suicide attempts.  Some TAG members may find listening to such talk distressing and may not wish to attend this session.


Room: Building B – 210.  Building B is where the School of Psychology and Counselling staff are located.  If you go in the big glass doors on level 2, walk toward the lifts, turn left and it is down the corridor on the right after my office.


Parking: I’m not sure how many of you are driving but there is limited public parking on campus.  You can park in P1 in the Psychology and Counselling Clinic car park spaces.  If there are no spaces, go around to P2 and park in the UQ Health car parking spaces.  They are after the speed bump. This is a link to the campus map


RSVP for Lunch: My HoS has kindly agreed to shout us lunch so if you are coming along on Friday please let me know by COB Wednesday so we can get this organised.


If you have any problems my phone number is below and my mobile is 0409639148. See you on Friday.


Kind Regards



below is the link for the Google Calendar notification of the event.

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AIEMCA 2016 conference, 30 Nov – 2 Dec

We are very pleased to announce that the dates for the AIEMCA 2016 conference (10th biannual) have been organised.

Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (AIEMCA) Conference

Wed 30 November – Friday 2 Dec 2016


The University of Melbourne will host this year.

The call for abstracts, and for workshops and data sessions, is being organised now. Also, the website for registration will be organised in the coming weeks.

Please get abstracts ready for submission. PHD students who are using EM, CA, MCA, DP etc. are encouraged to submit an abstract.



We are very excited.

This will be a great opportunity to get in touch with other

TAG session, USQ, 13th of May, 1:30pm

Hello all,

I am very excited about the upcoming TAG meeting.
We’re heading over to USQ for the first time.

Andrea Lamont-Mills will be coordinating with me to organise data and transport.

Can we please get a show of hands regarding people travelling by car? We should be able to carpool.
For information about public transport, please see below.
Comment from Andrea Lamont-Mills about travelling to campus:
You can catch the bus just outside the railway station at the Bell St Interchange – the 515 goes to the campus – if people are using the journey planner they have to put in UQ Ipswich campus.
We are looking into parking for people. Hopefully we will be able to car pool for the USQ sessions.,152.755545,14z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x434b698ee6b3324c?hl=en-US


Background about USQ.

USQ has been a part of the Ipswich community since 2006, and we’re really excited to have expanded our locations into central Ipswich and continuing to grow with the region. Officially moving to the Ipswich site in January 2015 USQ Ipswich is offering degrees in Human ServicesNursing, Midwifery*, Paramedicine, Psychology and Tertiary Preparation. We look forward to developing the tertiary education opportunities in the region, building bright futures for our community.

USQ Ipswich is located in Queensland’s oldest provincial city, Ipswich, one of Queensland’s largest growth regions, just 55 minutes from the Brisbane CBD and 1 hour 15 minutes to Toowoomba.

The campus is accessible via public transport and USQ shuttle bus services travelling between Ipswich, Springfield and Toowoomba Campuses (from 2015).


USQ Ipswich Campus
11 Salisbury Road
Ipswich Qld 4305


Very exciting and innovative spread for TAG.

Transcript Analysis Group
Nathaniel Mitchell