Dr Katrina Radford
Workforce Lead
Dr Katrina Radford holds a PhD in human resource management, Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, Masters of Human Resource Management, and Bachelor of Psychology with honours. Her primary area of research is “managing an aged care workforce” and looks at how the sector can better retain and support workers to maximise productivity and improve workplace performance. +More
Professor Anneke Fitzgerald
Program Evaluation Lead
Anneke Fitzgerald (FACHSM) is Professor of Health Management in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies within the Griffith Business School and Coordinator of the Health Management Research Alliance, bringing together health management researchers from a range of universities and external agencies across Australia and New Zealand. +More
Dr Nerina Vecchio
Economic Evaluation Lead
Dr Vecchio is interested in how public and private organisations can better serve the needs of frail and disabled individuals residing in the community and their carers. The purpose of her research is to enhance the possibility of individuals living in their home with dignity and support and delay entering residential care. +More
Associate Professor Neil Harris
Program Evaluation Lead
Dr Neil Harris is currently an associate professor of Public Health, within the School of Medicine at Griffith University. Neil has extensive experience in the planning, implementation and evaluation of population based intervention research to motivate healthy lifestyle choices including dietary behaviours. +More
Dr Jennifer Cartmel
Education Lead
Dr Jennifer Cartmel is a senior lecturer in the School of Human Services and Social Work. She has been involved in a wide range of research projects focussing on the workforce in children's services including child care settings and human service organisations. +More
Dr Xanthe Golenko
Project Manager
Dr Xanthe Golenko’s research interests are in health service management and health policy. She has worked in a number of roles across several areas of health research including primary health care, research capacity building in allied health, and health economics/health technology assessment. +More
Professor Wendy Moyle
Aged Care
Professor Wendy Moyle’s research expertise is in the areas of dementia, depression and delirium. She has focused her research on psychosocial interventions to improve quality of life for people with dementia and their family carers, and to manage the behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD). +More
Associate Professor Tracy Comans
Economic Evaluation
Dr Tracy Comans is a Principal Research Fellow with a conjoint appointment between the Centre for Applied Health Economics, School of Medicine, Griffith University and the Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Her research focusses on developing economic models to synthesise costs and outcomes of health care interventions and leading and developing health services research of allied health and rehabilitation services. +More
Professor Susan Kurrle
Aged Care and Dementia
Professor Kurrle holds the Curran Chair in Health Care of Older People in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Sydney and Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital in northern Sydney where she is a geriatrician working in both hospital and community settings. +More
Dr Paul Harris
Program Evaluation
Dr Paul Harris is a psychologist who works for the School of Human Services and Social work. He has experience managing projects. +More
Ms Dianne Holman-Taylor
Industry Partner - Child Care
Ms Dianne Holman-Taylor is a research facilitator in the Education and Child Care Services at Wesley Mission, and will act as an industry advisor. +More
Ms Liz Drew
Industry Partner - Aged Care
Ms Drew will act as an industry advisor and form part of the aged care industry team and the child care industry team. +More
Dr Dianne Goeman
Aged Care Team
Dr Dianne Goeman is a Conjoint Senior Lecturer in the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle. She also holds adjunct Research Associate positions at Monash University and the University of Sydney. Di specialises in research using co-design and action research principles. +More