Taking conservation to the community through art
An exciting new event is taking the science of conservation out of the lab and into the community, using the…
The Society, Health and Disability Research Group brings new and established approaches from the Humanities and Social Sciences to the study of health and disability.
Our transdisciplinary team comprises researchers from history, sociology, speech pathology, social work, and film, TV and media studies, connected by drivers for impact and change in relation to:
Members have a track record of successful projects (including nationally competitively funded) in relation to: technologically mediated communication, severe disability and communication, health professions education, evidence-based practice and research translation, patient safety, and mental health, among other topics. The group has expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods, including ethnography, archival methods, action-research and social-media based digital methods.