Dr B-J Dee-Price

Academic Status

College of Medicine and Public Health

place Flinders Medical Centre
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Dr B-J Dee-Price is a researcher and lecturer at Flinders University with academic status and research experience in inclusive research, complex disability, complex communication access needs, disability ethics, ableism, and disability in public health. Dr Dee-Price is currently a co-investigator on a collaborative project 'Equity pathways for families of children with cerebral palsy' with Sydney Children's Hospital and University of New South Wales and a co-investigator on a CEIH project 'Adolescent Transition Healthcare Journey Mapping'. Dr Dee-Price participates on several committees (disability health) including executive membership of the Australian Chapter of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) and the South Australian State-wide Adolescent Transition Care Clinical Network Steering Committee and consults on topics of disability, communication access and research inclusion.               

  • PhD Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity - Flinders University - South Australia
  • Bachelor of Social Work - Charles Sturt University - New South Wales – Australia
  • Graduate Diploma of Social Science - University of South Australia
  • Master of Education Studies - University of Adelaide - South Australia
  • Bachelor of Education - South Australian College of Advanced Education - South Australia
Honours, awards and grants

- Women's Achievement Award in Disability Research. (2022) ZONTA Club of Adelaide.

- Emerging Researchers Travel Award.(2015). International Society for Augmetnative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) .

- Full PhD scholarship. (2013-2018). Southgate Institute for Health Society and Equity, Flinders University.

- Research Grant (purchase Nu:DIST - NVivo) 2002. Department for Correctional Services, South Australia.

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