Research Output per year
Lorna is the Poche Research Fellow with the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health in Alice Springs. Lorna has a background in health, education and training and Indigenous health research.
- Qualitative Research
- Mixed methods research
- Indigenous research methodologies
- Cross cultural education
Lorna has worked in several research projects in Top End and in Central Australia. More recently she worked as Research Fellow on an Australian Research Council Discovery (ARC) research project on the €˜Fly in fly out' workforce with the NT Department of Health, Far West Local Health District, University of Melbourne, Adelaide University, Monash University, Macquarie University and Flinders University. Lorna has been involved in clinical research looking at episodes of staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia and a bronchiectasis study and has been involved in NT government program evaluations and has project managed a homelessness research project with Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation (LNAC).
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article
Assessing the Impact and Cost of Short-Term Health Workforce in Remote Indigenous Communities in Australia: A Mixed Methods Study ProtocolWakerman, J., Humphreys, J., Bourke, L., Dunbar, T., Jones, M., Carey, T., Guthridge, S., Russell, D., Lyle, D., Zhao, Y. & Murakami-Gold, L., 2016, In : Journal of Medical Internet Research: Research Protocols. 5, 4, p. Art: e135 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article