I am a public health professional with research and teaching experiences. I also have experience in project management, coordination and evaluation. As part of the research, I mostly use qualitative and mixed-methods approaches.
Topics of interests and expertise: social determinants of mental health and wellbeing, chronic- condition self-management, integrated care, Indigenous health, social determinants of kidney care
MPH(Research), MHID, MSS
Flinders International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (FIPRS) for PhD, 2017
Golden Key International Society award for MPH(Research), 2014
Current position: Project Coordinator and Researcher for the 'Live Strong, COVID-Safe and Frailty Free after starting dialysis' project
1. Coordinating the project involving appx. 20 investigators and staff including Indigenous Patient Reference Group members
2. Data collection, compilation, and analysis (qualitative and mixed-methods approach)
3. Reporting and publication
Teaching experience with Charles Darwin University
Position: Lecturer (contractual)
Topics taught: Introduction to Public Health, Health Policy, Chronic Condition Self-management
Topics assisted with materials development and markings: Mental Health & Wellbeing, Health Promotion, Rural & Remote Health.
Health Education & Behavior, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Australian Health Review, International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction
PhD topic (an NHMRC project)
Investigating the acceptability and feasibility of a self-management care planning-based intervention: To improve cardiovascular health and quality of life among community-living adults with severe mental illness
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