Dr Candice Oster is a researcher and lecturer in the Discipline of Behavioural Health. She has diverse research interests across the spectrum of behavioural health, from theories and models of health behaviour, through individual behavioural health interventions, to understanding the community, organisational, and policy contexts of health behaviour. Dr Oster has expertise in qualitative research methodologies and mixed methods research, with an extensive publication record across a wide range of health-related fields. She is particularly interested in the contexts of health behaviour such as social determinants of health, organisation and system change, and research into place and space. Her teaching interests include theories and models of health behaviour, implementation science, and Motivational Interviewing. Dr Oster is also researching the use of virtual clients for teaching and learning client-centred communication skills.
2009 PhD (Health)
1997 BA(Hons Psychology), First Class
The Australian Psychological Society Prize, University of Adelaide, 1997
Lecturer, Chronic Condition Management
Theories and Models of Health Behaviour;
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