Dr Graeme Russell, previously an Associate Professor in Psychology, began his work on fatherhood late in the 1970s. He is recognised as a leading international researcher on fathers and families. He has been an author or editor of six books on fathers, families and work/life, written over 20 book chapters and over 30 journal papers on these topics. More recently he has worked closely with leading national and international organisations to implement more effective approaches, to work/life, flexibility and diversity. This has included the implementation of the highly successful workplace program: Men at Work.