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Research Biography

Dr Windle is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at ARIIA (Aged Care Research and Industry Innovation Australia). Her research focusses on understanding and supporting implementation of innovation and evidence-based practice in aged care.

She completed her PhD in 2021 at Flinders University, in which she examined factors influencing Primary Health Networks' evidence-informed and equity-oriented primary health care planning.

Alice has qualitative research experience and is passionate about primary health care, aged care, evidence-informed health policy-making, implementation science, social determinants of health and health equity.

Alice has previous experience in primary health care organisations including delivering, developing and evaluating primary health care programmes in after hours primary care, quality use of medicines, health workforce support and aged care, as well as conducting primary health care needs assessment research.

Research Interests

  • Primary health care policy and systems
  • Aged care
  • Implementation science
  • Evidence-informed health policy-making and planning
  • Social determinants of health and health equity.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Meso-level primary health care: factors influencing the extent to which planning decisions are evidence-informed and equity-oriented, Flinders University

Award Date: 29 Jul 2021

Bachelor of Science, University of Adelaide

Master, Master of Public Health, University of Adelaide


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Research Areas

  • Healthy ageing and aged care
  • Knowledge translation and implementation science
  • Health sciences


  • RZ Other systems of medicine
  • primary health care
  • social determinants of health
  • Health equity
  • aged care
  • health policy


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