School of Community Health
- Research Topic
- Judith Crockett
- Rural community health and community development; rural adolescent mental health; rural adolescent drug and alcohol use; community based rehabilitation; spirituality and health; school based health promotion and interventions.
- Michael Curtin
- Disability; children and adults; participation; regional and rural issues; occupation and occupational therapy practice
- Jillian Dunphy
- Interactions between health, healthcare, and natural and social environmental sustainability, and graduate resilience. New areas of interest include health literacy, and undergraduate healthcare learning and teaching.
- Herbert Jelinek
- Diabetes and metabolic syndrome and related complications especially heart, eye and foot; Blood biochemistry associated with oxidative stress; developing automated computer-based programmes for identification of eye disease and heart attack risk from ECG
- Annette McLeod-Boyle
- Allied health service delivery in rural areas; Practicing in community health contexts; Allied Health practice and professionalism; Consumer experiences of allied health care; Aged care / palliative care; Interprofessional education in health disciplines
- Simone O'Connor
- Therapeutic exercise in physiotherapy
Adherence to therapeutic interventions
Chronic disease self-management: the influence of health practitioner interactions
Women’s health during the childbearing year
- Dr Ross Richards
- Haematology, Haemostasis, Blood transfusion; Microbiology; Physiology; Free Radical Biology and Medicine in Erythrocytes.
- Caroline Robinson
- Honours; undergraduate students' experience of research; developing practitioner-researchers; the practice-research nexus in Allied Health; interprofessional education in Allied Health; post-operative outcomes in Podiatric Surgery.
- Megan Smith
- Workplace learning, clinical education, assessment of student performance, clinical reasoning and physiotherapy education.
- Gayle Smythe
- Biochemical and cell biological mechanisms underlying disease progression in Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
- Dr Clare Wilding
- Understanding human occupation and the relationship between occupation and health; understanding transition experiences and how transitions affect health and quality of life; use of philosophy, theory, and evidence in professional practice; the relationship between spirituality and health; mentoring and supervision; continuing professional development; occupational justice; and, working with people who have mental illness.
- Linda Wilson
- Rural speech pathology services; telehealth; and stuttering
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