My expertise has been sought by a number of organisations to assist with primary health care research, development and innovation including:
I have been recognised as a future research leader through several awards including:
- Queensland Government Advance Queensland Women’s Academic Award – award recognising female research leaders undertaking maternity leave, 2017.
- Menzies Health Institute Queensland Early Career Mentoring Program – mentoring program fostering career planning of future research leaders, 2017.
- Menzies Health Institute Queensland Visiting Research Fellowship – travel support to fund visiting collaborators from the University of Cambridge, UK, 2016.
- Women’s Advanced Leadership Program Scholarship – competitive scholarship with the Australian School of Applied Management to undertake a 2-year research leadership training program, 2016.
- Griffith University Vice Chancellor Excellence in an Early Career Researcher Award – award recognising future research leaders, 2015.
- Griffith University Pro-Vice Chancellor Excellence in an Early Career Researcher Award – award recognising future research leaders, 2015.
- Best Applied Science Award – at the Gold Coast Health and Medical Research Conference, 2015.
- Gold Coast Primary Health Network Clinicians Challenge Award – recognising innovation in primary health care service delivery, 2015.
I also contribute to numerous other programs of work using my expertise in primary care research, nutrition, exercise medicine and knowledge translation. Examples include:
- The University of Queensland, Mater Research Institute Centre for Health System Reform and Integration – drawing upon my expertise in primary health care research to help meet their goals of improved primary care services in Australia.
- The Centre for Research Excellence on Prostate Cancer Survivorship – drawing upon my expertise in nutrition, exercise medicine and primary health care to help meet their goals of improved prostate cancer survivorship.
- The Australian National University Medical School “Change Program” – drawing upon my expertise in nutrition and primary health care to help meet their goals of improved obesity management by Australian General Practitioners.
- The Need for Nutrition Education Programme at the University of Cambridge, UK – drawing upon my expertise in nutrition, primary health care and higher education training to meet their goals of improved nutrition education for medical and health professionals.
- The Nutrition & Dietetics discipline at Griffith University – drawing upon my expertise in primary health care research and nutrition to help mentor and supervise research projects on the topic of dietetic practice in primary health care.
- The University of Auckland Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences – drawing upon my expertise in nutrition and primary health care to help explore the nutrition care practices of New Zealand General Practitioners.