Miia is a PhD candidate with the department of rehabilitation, aged and extended care. Her PhD applies a health economic perspective to intervention improvements through occupational therapy to support the well-being of people with dementia. This includes an investigation of the role of occupational therapists supporting people with dementia, and the cost and outcomes of different evidence based dementia care programs. Miia is an occupational therapist and holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Occupational Therapy) with Honours from Sydney University, and a Bachelor of International Business from Griffith University.
B. App. Sc. (OT) Hons., B.Int.Bus
Experience in teaching general rehabilitation related topics at undergraduate level
Experince in the development and teaching of a rehabilitation for dementia topic at postgradute level
Experience in conducting research with public and patient involvement
Engaged in collaborations with government and non-government aged care organisations, and clinicians.
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