Dr Nathan J Wilson
|Qualifications: Dip. Health Sc.(Nursing), B.Soc.Sc.(Habilitation), M.Sc.(Learning Disability Studies, UK), PhD
BiographyDr. Nathan J. Wilson is a researcher from the Disability and Community Faculty Research Group at The University of Sydney. Nathan has worked in the area of disabilities for 25 years with a background in developmental disability nursing. Nathan's research interests are in the areas of intellectual disability, men's health, masculinity, ageing, and quality of life for people with profound and multiple disabilities. Nathan's PhD studied sexual health for men and teenage boys with moderate to profound intellectual disability; his work has been published in prestigious international journals and part of his PhD findings have been translated into Dutch.
Teaching and Service Responsibilities
- Chng, J. P. L., Stancliffe, R. J., Wilson, N. J. & Anderson, K. (Accepted 14th August, 2012) Engagement in retirement: An evaluation of the effect of Active Mentoring on engagement of older adults with intellectual disability in community activities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. (2011 I/F: 1.877).
- Wilson, N. J., Shuttleworth, R. P., Stancliffe, R. J., & Parmenter, T. R. (2012). Masculinity theory in applied research with men and boys with intellectual disability. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 50(3), 261-272. DOI: 10.1352/1934-9556-50.3.261. (2011 I/F: 1.438).
- Shuttleworth, R. P., Wedgewood, N., and Wilson, N. J. (2012). The dilemma of disabled masculinity. Men and Masculinities. 15(2), 173-194. doi:10.1177/1097184X12439879. (2011 I/F 0.815)
- Wilson, N.J., Parmenter, T.R., Stancliffe, R.J. and Shuttleworth, R.P. (2011). Conditionally Sexual: men and teenage boys with moderate to profound intellectual disability. Sexuality and Disability, 29(3), 275-289 (2011 I/F: 0.717).
- Wilson, N. J., Stancliffe, R. J., Parmenter, T. R., & Shuttleworth, R. P. (2011). Gendered service delivery: A masculine and feminine perspective on staff gender. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 49(5), 341-351 (2011 I/F: 1.438).
- Bigby, C., Wilson, N. J., Balandin, S. & Stancliffe, R. J. (2011). Disconnected Expectations: Staff, family and supported employee perspectives about retirement. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability. 36(3), 1-24. (2011 I/F: 1.016).
- Wilson, N. J., Stancliffe, R. J., Bigby, C., Balandin, S., & Craig, D. (2010). The potential for active mentoring to support a positive transition into retirement for older adults with a lifelong disability. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability. 35(3), 211- 214 (2011 I/F: 1.016).
- Wilson, N. J., Parmenter, T. R., Stancliffe, R. J., Shuttleworth, R. P., & Parker, D. (2010). A masculine perspective of gendered topics in the research literature on men and boys with intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 35(1), 1-8. (2011 I/F: 1.016).
- 2012-2013. Wilson, N. J. & Frawley, P. Sexuality during Transition to Adulthood: framing the tension between unwanted risks and promoting a healthy sexuality. The Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID) Research Grant; $5000.