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Journal Articles (22)
Pack, Margaret (2013). What brings me here? Integrating Evidence-Based and Critical-Reflective Approaches in Social Work Education. Journal of Systemic Therapies,32(4):65-78. 10  
Pack, Margaret (2013). The Role Of Managers In Critical Incident Stress Management Programmes: A Qualitative Study Of New Zealand Social Workers. Journal of Social Work Practice,Online August 2013:1-15. 21  
Pack, Margaret (2013). Critical incident stress management: A review of the literature with implications for social work. International Social Work,56(5):608-627. 11   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Pack, Margaret (2013). A Tale of Two Programmes: Developing Communities of Learning with Practice Partners in Social Work and Humanitarian Studies at Charles Darwin University, Northern Territory, Australia. Social Work Education: the international journal,32(8):1011-1020. 26   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Pack, Margaret (2013). Building Safe Communities: Teaching Social Work Students About the Importance of Comprehensive Strengths-Based Approaches of Offender Rehabilitation. Practice,25(4):221-231. 32   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Pack, Margaret (2013). An Evaluation of Critical-Reflection on Service-Users and Their Families' Narratives as a Teaching Resource in a Post-Graduate Allied Mental Health Program: An Integrative Approach. Social Work in Mental Health: the journal of behavioral and psychiatric social work,11(2):154-166. 22   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Pack, Margaret (2012). Critical Incident Stress Management A Review of Literature with Implications for Social Work. International Social work,:1-20. 31  
Pack, Margaret (2012). Two sides to every story: a phenomenological exploration of the meanings of clinical supervision from supervisee and supervisor perspectives. Journal of Social Work Practice,26(2):163-179. 20   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Pack, Margaret (2012). Critical Incident Stress Debriefing: An Exploratory Study of Social Workers' Preferred Models of CISM and Experiences of CISD in New Zealand. Social Work in Mental Health: the journal of behavioral and psychiatric social work,10(4):273-293. 36   Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Pack, Margaret (2012). Vicarious traumatisation: An organisational perspective. Social Work Now,50(Jun-12):14-23. 28  
Pack, Margaret (2011). Two sides to every story: Supervisee' and supervisors' experiences of clinical supervision a qualitative inquiry. Journal of Social Work Practice,. 20  
Pack, Margaret (2011). Discovering an Integrated framework for practice. Journal of Social Work Practice,:79-108. 18  
Pack, Margaret (2011). Defining Moments in practice: Clinical supervision as a method of promoting critical reflection in fieldwork: A qualitative inquiry. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work: Social Work Review,23(4):45-54. 15  
Pack, Margaret (2011). Guest editorial for special issue on health and well-being. Social Work Review,12(1):53-54. 11  
Pack, Margaret (2011). More than you know: critically reflecting on learning experiences by attuning to the 'community of learners'. Reflective Practice,12(1):115-125. 23  
Nelson, Katherine, Connor, Margaret, Wensley, Cynthia, Moss, Cheryle, Pack, Margaret and Hussey, Tania (2011). Review article: People who present on multiple occasions to emergency departments. Emergency Medicine Australasia,1(12):115-126. 16  
Pack, Margaret (2011). The design and development of teaching resources for the purpose of demonstrating aspects of clinical supervision: Developing the on-line community of learners. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education,1(13):111-126. 16  
Pack, Margaret (2010). Career Themes in the Lives of Sexual Abuse Counsellors - A qualitative inquiry into therapist responses to stress and trauma. New Zealand Journal of Counselling,30(2):75-92. 15  
Pack, Margaret (2010). Transformation in Progress: The Effects of Trauma on the Significant Others of Sexual Abuse Therapists’. Qualitative Social Work: research and practice,9(2):249-265. 12  
Pack, Margaret (2010). Making the unseen seen through the use of multimedia approaches in counselling and social Work education. Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue,(13):69-75. 32 32
Pack, Margaret (2010). Te Kete: The basket of knowledge. Journal of Best Practice in Applied Maori/Indigenous Vocational Education,:31-39. 19  
Pack, Margaret (2010). Revisions to the Therapeutic Relationship:  A Qualitative Inquiry into Sexual Abuse Therapists’ Theories for Practice as a Mitigating Factor in Vicarious Traumatisation’. Social Work Review,12(1):73-82. 19  
Conference Papers (1)
Pack, Margaret (2013). The relationship in clinical supervision: Models preferred by allied mental health professionals who work with traumatic disclosures. In: Advances in Clinical Supervision Innovation & Practice, Sydney, Australia, 4-6 June 2013. 32