BH DU PhD Program Awards Announced
Training the next generation of clinician researchers is a key priority for the Barwon Health & Deakin University partnership.
Congratulations to the following supervision teams who have been awarded a PhD stipend from Deakin University and $10,000 in project funds from the Barwon Health Foundation:
- Dr James Lucas, Prof Sharon Brennan-Olsen & A/Prof Steve Moylan: Partnering with community to co-create mental healthcare practice reform regarding current restrictive practices in Barwon Health’s Mental Health, Drugs and Alcohol Services (MHDAS)
- Prof Sharon Brennan-Olsen & Prof Pete Vuillermin: Enhancing partnership between maternity services and vulnerable families
- Prof Julie Pasco & A/Prof Neil Orford: Exploration of Goal Concordant Care
- Prof Karen Caeyenberghs & Dr Julian Stella: The ASPIRE program: ASsess, PredIct, and InteRvEne: improving mental health outcomes following traumatic brain injury in victims of assault
- Prof Julie Pasco & A/Prof Neil Orford: Person-centred long-term outcomes following extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in critically ill adults
Congratulations also, to the following supervision teams who have been awarded a PhD stipend from Deakin University:
- Prof Eugene Athan: Detergent, Disinfectant or Probiotic Cleaning? Hospital Surface Microbiome and Healthcare Associated Infections
- Dr Ashlee Curtis & Dr Lorraine Tonner: Brain injury and violent behaviour – a data linkage approach to maximise positive intervention outcomes
- Dr Matthew Maiden: Health Outcomes After Critical Illness
- Dr Cynthia Forlini & A/Prof Giuliana Fuscaldo: How and why age is used in clinical decision making by older people and clinicians in Australia
- A/Prof Melissa O’Shea & Holly Laver: Yoga as an Adjunct Therapy for the Treatment of Eating Disorders
These awards are conditional on recruiting a suitable candidate by the end of 2021. We would like to encourage people who might be interested to contact the supervision team to discuss.