Mrs Lucy McEvoy
Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health
- Phone:02 6363 8427
Lucy McEvoy is a Research Assistant at the University of Newcastle's Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health, based in Orange, New South Wales. Lucy assists on projects across mental health promotion, integrated care and rural suicide prevention. Within her role, Lucy also administers the Australian chapter of the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), playing a key role in the advancement of integrated care in Australia.
Lucy's background is in project management, working on stroke, epilepsy and Multiple Sclerosis observational research studies and as such, she has a broad range of skills including: preparation of ethics applications, recruitment of participants, site monitoring, conducting interviews, data collection, data entry, coding and report writing.
- Bachelor of Health Science (Health Promotion), University of Western Sydney
- Health Promotion
- Mental Health
Fields of Research
|Dates||Title||Organisation / Department|
|21/03/2017 -||Research Assistant - Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health||Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health
For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.
Journal article (1 outputs)
Hackett ML, Carter G, Crimmins D, Clarke T, Arblaster L, Billot L, et al., 'ImProving Outcomes after STroke (POST): results from the randomized clinical pilot trial', INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE, 8 707-710 (2013) [C1]
Conference (2 outputs)
Luscombe G, Lee A, Newman J, Halls M, Fitzpatrick S, McEvoy L, Bailey J, 'Using a population health research approach to inform health and wellbeing, engagement and access of young Aboriginal people in Western NSW', Orange, Australia (2018)
Luscombe G, Lee A, Newman J, Halls M, Fitzpatrick S, McEvoy L, Bailey J, 'Towards an Aboriginal Youth Health Strategy in Orange Western NSW', Surfers Paradise, Australia (2018)
Report (1 outputs)
|2009||McEvoy LM, 'An evaluation of the experiences of New South Wales Mental Health First Aid Instructors', Mental Health Association of NSW, 20 (2009)|