Research within the Kolling Institute focuses on the role of allied health professionals in patient care, from assessment and diagnosis to the management of patients.
Across the Northern Sydney Local Health District, there are more than 1,300 allied health professionals, representing 11 per cent of the workforce. These teams not only provide vital support in hospitals and specialist clinics, but in community settings as well.
The Northern Sydney Local Health District Allied Health Research team undertakes activities which encourage the participation of allied health clinicians in research activities. We are working collaboratively to build a culture of research which will ultimately inform best-practice care for patients.
Professor of Allied Health NSLHD (Conjoint)
Director – Neuromuscular Imaging Research Laboratory
Priya Arora - PhD Student
Allied Health Research Committee: Gwen Hickey, Dr. Fiona Simpson, Dr. Barbara Lucas, Julia Kwiet, Dr. John Atyeo, Jackie Batchelor, Dr. Jane Fleming, Ashley Crook, Lucinda Freeman, Kerry Griffiths, Grace Hosegood, Katherine Martin, Jane McAuliffe, Rupali Sarkar, Jillian Chua, Dr Sally Wooton, Kevin Bloom, Annette Polizois, and Peter Heggie.
For information about opportunities to engage in research see here and here, which include, but are not limited to…
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Posted on: 03 November, 2022
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Category: Presentations, Research Excellence
Posted on: 27 June, 2022
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Category: Neuroscience and Pain Research, Research Excellence
Posted on: 07 May, 2021
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