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Workforce Research Engagement and Capacity

Developing a robust research workforce is pivotal to sustained enquiry, new discoveries and long-term implementation of findings into practice. We want to attract the brightest minds to eating disorders research! The Workforce Research Engagement and Capacity work stream aims to build engagement, capacity and capability of the academic, clinical and lived experience researcher workforce; identify and develop clear pathways into research and translation; and build a strong, diverse and participatory national research culture.

Co-Leads
Leah Brennan

Prof Leah Brennan

La Trobe University

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Claire Foldi

Dr Claire Foldi

Monash University

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Workstream Post Doctoral Researchers
Dr Felicia Reed

Dr Felicia Reed

Postdoctoral Researcher, Monash University

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Dr Anita Raspovic

Dr Anita Raspovic

Postdoctoral Researcher, La Trobe University

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Advisory Committee Members
Prof Rhonda Wilson

Prof Rhonda Wilson

Advisory Chair

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Robyn Brown

Robyn Brown

Head of Laboratory, University of Melbourne

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Daniel Rogers

Daniel Rogers

Digital Lead

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Shannon Calvert

Shannon Calvert

Lived Experience Advisor

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Prof Angela Guarda

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

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Haylee Adamson

Haylee Adamson

Mental Health Nurse and Eating Disorder Clinician

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Prof Luke Wolfenden

University of Newcastle

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Tseen Khoo

Prof Tseen Khoo

Senior Lecturer, La Trobe University

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Sharon Mickan

Prof Sharon Mickan

Professor of Healthcare Innovations

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Rachael Duck

Rachael Duck

Peer Mentoring Program Manager at Eating Disorders Victoria (EDV)

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Belinda Chellius

Belinda Chellius

CEO, Eating Disorders Queensland

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Bliss Jackman

Carer Consultant, Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED)

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The Workforce Research Engagement and Capacity work stream aims to increase the number of EMCR researchers (including clinical and lived experience researchers) in national consortium organisations, identify and respond to training and support needs of the EMCR workforce, create training and support programs to develop the emerging research workforce and support competitive funding track record development. work stream aims to increase the number of EMCR researchers (including clinical and lived experience researchers) in national consortium organisations, identify and respond to training and support needs of the EMCR workforce, create training and support programs to develop the emerging research workforce and support competitive funding track record development.

Complete the Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre (AEDRTC) Eating Disorder Workforce Research Engagement and Capacity Survey.: https://redcap.latrobe.edu.au/redcap/surveys/?s=NDEM7NCRLYR9KKKY


Research can transform people's lives.

The Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the National Leadership in Mental Health program.

Lead Agency, InsideOut Institute for Eating Disorders, is a joint venture between the Sydney Local Health District and the University of Sydney

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