Today almost anyone can
develop a website and it seems that most people do. I have been involved in
developing web sites since 1995. Then things were a little more difficult than
they are now. I have mostly developed psychiatric and mental health related web
sites on a voluntary basis and a few for a very modest commercial gain. Some
have come and gone, been redeveloped or were never meant to have much longevity
(e.g research questionnaires etc). Here are some images of some but by no means
all of the sites that I have developed.
Aotearoa (1994-1999). This may well have been the first psychiatric
nursing web site on the net.
I worked at the Eastern Institute of
Technology (1995-2000) and developed their intranet site.
Zealand Branch of the ANZCMHN web pages (1997-2000)
Adventures (Created 1998)
Understanding and changing self defeating beliefs. This is a self
help package based on the principles of Rational Emotive Behavioural
Therapy written and developed in partnership with Wayne Froggatt.
The North Queensland
Sub-Branch of the Australian and New Zealand College of Mental
Health Nurses (Created and maintained 2000-2005).
University London Department of Psychiatric Nursing's home page
SOLAS - A non-government
organisation providing lifestyle support to people with mental
health difficulties (Created 2004)
The Australian and New
Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses (Redeveloped and maintained
A range of drug
calculations quizzes were placed on the web in 1995 and since then I
have developed the
www.testandcalc.com site considerably to showcase various
software I have developed.
Psychotherapy Professional Interest Group (Created 2003)
I have set up a range of
online research and project sites for various commissioned research