Ali Dymmott

Academic Lead, Rural Allied Health

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Research Biography

Dr Alison Dymmott is the Academic Lead, rural allied health and a researcher at Flinders University. She completed her PhD in 2023 which focused on rural workforce strategies in conjunction with SA Health. Her research continues in rural allied health and she is also involved in healthy ageing and occupational therapy research projects. Ali teaches into allied health undergraduate and masters courses and has worked clinically as an occupational therapist in a wide range of rural and metropolitan settings. She has extensive experience in curriculum design, project management, supervision and service development. 

Research Interests

Ali's research interests are in clinical practice, clinical education, rural and remote health and workforce.  She is leading research in allied health rural generalist training and workforce initiatives. Ali is also undertaking a range of clinical research projects.  

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, The Allied Health Rural Generalist Pathway: A workforce initiative , Flinders University

1 Sept 20205 Jul 2023

Award Date: 13 Nov 2023

Master, Occupational Therapy , University of South Australia

Award Date: 1 Apr 2007

Bachelor, Applied Science (Occupational Therapy), University of South Australia

Award Date: 1 Apr 2003

External positions

Vice President , Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH)

1 Nov 2022 → …


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Supervisory Interests

  • allied health
  • occupational therapy
  • Rural and remote health
  • Clinical education
  • Health
  • Rehabilitation and aged care
  • Paediatrics


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