Associate Professor Christine Paul
Associate Professor Christine Paul is a behavioural scientist with considerable experience in the development and evaluation of strategies for achieving behavioural change on an individual, system and population level across preventive health issues and provision of patient care. Much of her work focuses on cancer prevention, tobacco control, with a continual growing research portfolio relating to social disadvantage, chronic disease and health service delivery.
Associate Professor Paul is highly dedicated and committed supervisor who provides a supportive and structured environment for her students. This includes meeting with her students regularly and providing prompt feedback which students noted as significant to their progress.
Her students attribute their high levels of success as research students, publication output and in gaining grants and post-doctoral positions and fellowships to the support, encouragement and knowledge of Associate Professor Paul as a supervisor and mentor.
Associate Professor Paul not only supports her own students, she encourages a collegial environment between all research students with a focus on mentorship programs throughout the discipline of Health Behaviour.
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