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Research Biography

Dr Amy Marshall is an experienced early career researcher, with experience in quantitative and qualitative research methods as well as policy work. She completed her PhD in 2015 about the emergency care response to intoxicated women victims of violence, and is experienced in co-production methods, Knowledge Translation and implementation research. She has a particular interest in health sector responses to violence against women, and in using co-design and co-production methodologies. She is currently working on supporting implementation and innovation in the aged care sector with a focus on working with diverse and marginalised groups, and understanding the healthcare journeys of women with disability at times of violence. 

Recent projects include: Connecting the Dots - understanding and responding to the needs and priorities of children and young people with disability experiencing family violence; Improving integrated and person-centred care for older people - co-designing locally relevant solutions with patients and health care providers; Improving health sector responses to family violence in SA; Designing and delivering trauma-informed family violence content in pre-registration Nursing curriculum.

Research Biography

Research Interests

Health equity

Family and domestic violence

Person-centred care

Co-design and co-production

Feminist and critical research

Implementation research

Research Expertise

Strengths-based and trauma-informed research, Co-design and Co-production approaches, Implementation Science, mixed methods research, systematic and scoping review methodology. 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Emergency Care Perceptions and Responses to Alcohol-Intoxicated Women Victims of Violence: Current Perceptions and Responses, What Influences Them, and Whether They Can Be Changed, University of Adelaide

Award Date: 31 Jul 2015

Master of Arts, The Medicalisation of Abortion Debates: Discourses Used to Discuss RU486 in Australia, Flinders University

Award Date: 27 Jul 2007

Bachelor of Arts (Honours), When No Means Yes – How Everyday People Identify Rape, Flinders University

Award Date: 20 Dec 2002

External positions

Associate lecturer titleholder, University of Adelaide

13 Oct 202015 Oct 2022

Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Adelaide

26 Feb 201812 Oct 2020

Professional research assistant, University of Adelaide

25 Apr 201523 Feb 2018

Supervisory Interests

  • Family violence and the health system
  • Family violence
  • Action research
  • Feminist theory and methodology
  • Community health
  • Evidence based implementation
  • Knowledge translation
  • Applied policy research on disability
  • Applied policy research on gender


  • HM Sociology
  • Feminist Philosophy
  • family violence
  • critical social theory
  • RT Nursing
  • health services research
  • person-centred care
  • RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
  • implementation science
  • co-design
  • knowledge translation



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