Lorna is a Lecturer in Indigenous Health with the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health & Wellbeing in Alice Springs. Lorna has a background in health, education and training and Indigenous health research.
Bachelor of Teaching (EBTCHA), Northern Territory University, Casuarina, 1995.
Masters of Education in Adult Education (MEd) University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, 2005.
Enrolled in Doctorate in Public Health (DrPH), Flinders University, SA, 2018. Lorna’s DrPH thesis aims to explore Aboriginal patient’s perceptions of ‘wellbeing’.
Award - Indigenous E- Learning Champion Networks for Very Remote Community Microbusiness, School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems, (SAIKS), Charles Darwin University (CDU), 2006.
Menzies School of Health Research (MSHR) Reference Groups:
Member of MSHR Child Health Division Indigenous Child Health Indigenous Reference Group;
Member of MSHR eMHPrac reference group formerly the Expert Reference Group for eMental Health Strategies for Indigenous Primary Healthcare.
Member of Suicide Story Evaluation Project Steering Group.
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