Professor of Rehabilitation, Aged & Extended Care
College of Medicine and Public Health
Professor Maria Crotty is a clinical academic and rehabilitation physician.
She leads a multidisciplinary research group who focus on how to implement best and promising care models and practices within health and aged care settings. Embedded within a healtcare setting their research aims to bridge research and clinical care using implementation science approaches.
BMed, BA, MPH,PhD, Grad Dip Tertiary Education, FAFRM (RACP), FRACGP, FAFPHM
Public Service Medal 2018 (services to Rehabilitation)
Director, Rehabilitation Medicine - Repatriation General Hospital 2001-2017.
Unit Head, Flinders Medical Centre 2017-2022
Clinical Lead Australasian Rehabilitation Outcomes Centre 2021-
Professor Crotty has experience in working with health service planners and worked on the Task Force Group of the Generational Health Review (South Australia), was Deputy Chair of the South Australian Medical Workforce Reference Group (2005) and chaired the SA Clinical Rehabilitation Network (2010) and chaired the Ministerial Clinical Advisory Group's Rehabilitation Services Plan 2016-17. She was clinical lead for Country Health SA's Rehabilitation service 2014-17. She sat on the Board of the Fragility Fracture Network for 4 years and was President in 2015.
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