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Research Biography

Sue brings over 20 years of physiotherapy clinical experience and more than 10 years of academic experience to the role of the Chair of Restorative Care in Ageing. She joined Flinders University in late 2015 from James Cook University where she was the Deputy Dean of the College of Health Care Science. Her position is joint funded by Aged Care and Housing Group who she works closely with to promote a healthy ageing agenda. Her research involves collaboration with local councils (Holdfast Bay, Marion and Salisbury), health service providers including Common Ground, SAHealth and Queensland Health, and colleagues from other universities. She is investigating healthy ageing and functional decline to better understand the opportunities to identify, measure, limit and reverse early changes that are often covert.

As well buidling on her previous workforce development experience a successful Augusta Zadow award is being used to investigate the effectiveness of a simulation and coaching training model to decrease aggressive incidents in the aged care setting.

Education/Academic qualification

Diploma, Australian Institute of Business

Award Date: 28 Feb 2017

Graduate Certificate, James Cook University

Award Date: 25 Feb 2010

PhD, University of South Australia

Award Date: 10 Mar 2005

Bachelor, South Australian Institute of Technology

Award Date: 22 Aug 1983


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