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Research Biography

Betty-Jean (B-J) is a researcher and sessional lecturer at Flinders University and is currently a co-investigator on a collaborative project 'Equity pathways for families of children with cerebral palsy'  (Sydney Children's Hospital and UNSW).   Prior to this, B-J taught within the social work degree (UniSA) and practised social work in a variety of roles including management roles within community health.  In 2013 B-J was awarded a full scholarship from the Southgate Institute for Health Society and Equity, enabling her pursuance of interests in disability (complex communication (access) needs, and inclusive research methodology).  B-J consults within the field of disability, including the writing of disability policy (Department of the Premier and Cabinet) and in sector training. B-J participates on several state and national committees including the Statewide Adolescent Transition Care Clinical Network Steering Committee and the Australasian Association of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Advocacy & Awards Committee.

Research Interests

Research interests and experience include -

  • Research Inclusion
  • Complex disability
  • Complex communication (access) needs
  • Disability ethics
  • Ableism 
  • Disability and Public health

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