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Research Biography

Julie is a health sociologist with a long-standing interest in mental health, health governance and policy, and the health workforce. She has also recently worked in and published in the area of the sociology of food, eating and health. Her current research focuses upon social aspects of chronic disease management; regulation of food systems and systems for delivery of community mental health care.

Research Interests

Willis, E., Henderson, J, Blackman, I, Toffoli, L, Price K & Gibson, T.

Developing an evidence base for aged care staffing and skill mix

ANMF $154,000

Coveney, J. Ward, P., Henderson J., Elliot, A., Meyer, S., Caraher, M., Webb, T., Jenkins, F & Calnan, M.
Trust makers, breakers and brokers: Building trust in the Australian food system
ARC Linkage grant $80,000 ($70,000 from industry)

Fuller, J, Muir Cochrane, E, Reed, R, Lawn, S, Williams, H, Gerace, A, Henderson, J & Battersby, M.
Improving transition points to responsive mental health care for older people in rural settings.
APHCRI $149,000

Ward, P, Coveney, J, Wilson, A Meyer, S & Henderson, J
The future of food labeling - beyond communicating only nutritional information.
Seeding grant 2013 $16,000

Blackman, I, Henderson, J, Willis, E, Hamilton, P,Toffoli, L & Verrall, C.
Measuring quality of nursing care: redevelopment of the MISSCARE survey.
Seeding grant 2013 $10,000

Willis, E, Xiao, L, Henderson, J, Hamilton, P, Blackman, I, Toffoli, L & Verrall, C.
After hours nurse staffing, work intensity and quality of care for aged care residents in rural public and community hospitals.
Seeding grant 2013: $10,000

Willis, E., Henderson, J., Harvey, C., Verrall, C. , Abery, L & Hamilton, P.
After hours nurse staffing, work intensity and quality of care
Seeding Grant 2012  $18,000.

Fuller, J., Henderson, J & Crotty, M.
Evaluation of Older Persons Mental Health Service
SA Country Health $100,432

Henderson, J., Fuller, J., Kralik, D. & Ward, P.
The impact of social networks on self-management of type 2 diabetes for people with mental illness.
Nursing Partnership grant 2011 $48,105

Completed Supervisions

Principal Supervisions:
  • risk, mental health, nursing, social theory (1)
Associate Supervisions:
  • paramedic, culture, mental health, social theory (1)
  • suicide, mental health, nursing, social theory (1)

Supervisory Interests

  • Chronic disease self-management
  • Mental health
  • Access and equity
  • Health sociology


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