Eloise Doherty


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Dr Eloise Doherty holds a PhD and Master of Audiology Studies from The University of Queensland and a Bachelor of Music with Honours in flute performance from The Elder Conservatorium of Music. Eloise’s research explores the links between music education and auditory processing for children with hearing loss, applying novel research methodologies to explore both outcomes and experience. Eloise also has an interest in alternative forms of academic writing and the role of reflective practices in allied health settings.

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Research Areas

  • Audiology
  • Creative writing
  • Education

Supervisory Interests

  • Central auditory processing disorders in children and adults
  • Qualitative research methods
  • Creative writing in higher education
  • Education, arts
  • Paediatric audiology
  • Teaching basic audiometry, specific audiology


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