Information related to research method "Program evaluation"

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Supervisors with this research method

  • Faculty of Education and Arts

  • Nat Sch of Education

  • Dr Renata Cinelli

    Renata is a Senior Lecturer (Health and Physical Education) at the Melbourne Campus. Her research interests and experience relate to school health and physical education, body image, wellbeing and Indigenous health and education, and international cross-cultural teaching experiences. Renata has experience in both qualitative and quantitative research.

    Phone : 3047 (Melbourne) Email : renata.cinelli@acu.edu.au

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  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Nat School of Allied Health

  • Associate Professor Gabrielle Drake

    Dr Gabrielle Drake is Associate Professor of Social Work and Deputy Head of School, Allied Health, at the Australian Catholic University. Dr Drake is a recognised expert in the areas of mental health and disability; homelessness and housing pathways; and inclusive and emancipatory research. Gabrielle has more than twenty years practice experience across a variety of roles and settings including clinical practice, community and public sector management, research, policy and oversight.

    Phone : 4196 (Strathfield) Email : Gabrielle.Drake@acu.edu.au

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  • Office of the PVC Engagement

  • Pro Vice-Chancellor, Engagement

  • Professor Sandra Jones

    Professor Sandra Jones (BA, MBA, MPH, MAssessEval, PhD) is Pro Vice-Chancellor, Engagement and provides leadership, advice and support for ACU's community engagement strategy. Sandra was previously Director of ACU's Centre for Health and Social Research (CHaSR) and an ARC Future Fellow. She is an internationally recognised expert in the area of social marketing, particularly in relation to capacity building and community development. Sandra and her team have conducted numerous community-based interventions, often in partnership with health services and NGOs, to improve the uptake of health promoting and risk-reducing behaviours. Sandra's career research funding exceeds $8 million; and she has published more than 180 referred papers, 11 book chapters, and numerous policy-related monographs and reports. She is also a member of numerous policy and advisory committees, including those focused on cancer prevention, health communication, disability and community support services in Australia and overseas.

    Phone : (03) 9953 3709 (Melbourne) Email : Sandra.Jones@acu.edu.au

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