Information related to research method "Quantitative"
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Faculty of Education and Arts
Nat Sch of Education
Renata is a Health and Physical Education Lecturer 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.
: 3047 (Melbourne) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Dung Tran is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Arts & Education at Australian Catholic University.
Prior to joining ACU, he worked at North Carolina State University, USA for more than two years developing and researching Massive Open Online Courses for Educators (MOOC-Eds). He also worked as Victoria University, Melbourne for two years as a lecturer. He is a native of Hue city, Vietnam, graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia, USA with a PhD in Mathematics Education and a PhD Minor in Statistics. He also earned a Master of Education in Mathematics Education and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics in Vietnam.
His research focuses on designing and implementing curricular materials to improve students' quantitative literacy, abilities to use mathematics and statistics to be functional and critical in the home, civic, and work life. This agenda is evident in two related foci: (a) investigating the impact of inclusion of mathematical modelling and applications into curriculum on teaching and learning and (b) documenting ways to develop statistical literacy for students and teachers. He has extensive experience in curriculum analysis and development at the middle and high school levels, conducting sizeable clinical interviews with elementary children, and analysing a diversity of both quantitative and qualitative data.
: 0392308176 (Melbourne) : email@example.com
As a Fulbright scholar I completed my doctorate in the Human Development and Psychology program with a concentration in Language and Literacy at the Harvard Graduate School of Education with Professor Catherine Snow, world-renowned expert in child language. My dissertation research, funded by a Spencer Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, involved an in-depth mixed methods study of 100 South African children in kindergarten, exploring their language and emergent literacy skills as well as their home and school literacy environments. My research background is in social science and my experience falls under the umbrella of child development and well-being, with particular expertise in language and literacy development. My research experience includes studies on children's perspectives on their wellbeing, children's knowledge about and attitudes towards children's rights, and development of children's narrative abilities. My research is underpinned by a strong academic background in developmental psychology, linguistics, language and literacy, and speech-language pathology.
: 4575 (Strathfield) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Health Sciences
Institute for Positive Psychology & Education
Dr Anthony Dillon graduated with a PhD from University of Western Sydney in 2011. His teaching and research focus on alternative conceptualisations of mental health (particularly ADHD), statistics and psychometrics, applied psychology, and Indigenous health. His PhD centres on an investigation of the factors that predict parentsa?? acceptance or rejection of the ADHD diagnosis of their child.
: 4670 (Strathfield) : Anthony.Dillon@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch Physiotherapy
I started my physiotherapy career as a clinician initially in rotating positions then specialising in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy, in particular intensive care.
Prior to commencing at ACU I was an academic at the University of Sydney where I taught into undergraduate, graduate-entry and post-graduate programs, and supervised Honours students. I was also a member of the clinical education team for a number of years, managing clinical placements for students.
I commenced at ACU in 2011 and am leading the development and teaching of the cardiorespiratory curriculum.
I was awarded my PhD in 2004 for my thesis titled "Factors that may influence the effectiveness of manual hyperinflation in assisting secretion clearance in intubated and ventilated patients".
: 2254 (North Sydney) : Lyndal.Maxwell@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch Psychology
Dr Carina Chan is the Deputy Head of School of Psychology (Brisbane). She joined Australian Catholic University in March 2014. A graduate of the University of Auckland in New Zealand and trained in health psychology, Carina's primary interest and expertise are in the psychosocial aspects of understanding health and health behaviours. She has strong interests in health promotion and the prevention and management of chronic diseases, some of her recent projects included the development and implementation of a community-based Malaysia Diabetes Prevention Program, the development of a diabetes risk representation measure and modification of a diabetes risk assessment tool.
She has also conducted projects on eating disorders, HPV vaccination, workplace health psychology and psychological assessment. Carina has previously worked in a developing country and has been involved in regional research training and building research capabilities in prevention and management of chronic diseases in South-east Asia.
Carina was a visiting scientist at Harvard School of Public Health and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She is the President of the Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM) and the inaugural chairperson of INSPIRE (International Network for Supporting Promising Individual Researchers in their Early career) at the International Society of Behavioural Medicine. She is also on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Behavioral Medicine and Applied Psychology: Health and Well-being.
: 7891 (Brisbane) : email@example.com
I joined the School of Psychology as a Senior Lecturer in June, 2015. Prior to joining ACU, I worked as a Lecturer at the University of Queensland and an Assistant Professor at the University of Houston. I completed my PhD in the Social Psychology Program at Ohio State University in 2004.
My research examines the psychology of social media use. In particular, I am interested in activities and experiences that promote and threaten belonging and well-being, and factors related to social media addiction.
: 7212 (Brisbane) : Stephanie.Tobin@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine
Associate Professor Peter Lewis practised clinically as a registered nurse for 15 years before moving into the tertiary education sector. The majority of his clinical practice was in intensive care where he worked as both a nurse and a manager. His management experience extends from within the intensive care unit to hospital management in positions which included the day to day running of a 500 bed cardiothoracic tertiary referral hospital. After moving into the tertiary sector in 2005, Peter has undertaken clinical research, learning and teaching research, taught across undergraduate and postgraduate disciplines and also successfully supervised higher degree research students to completion. Peter's current position is the National Learning and Teaching Coordinator for ACU's School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine. This is Australia's largest School of Nursing and is spread across five campuses (Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Ballarat and Canberra). Peter has responsibility for leading School learning and teaching including curriculum development and implementation, academic quality and standards, strategic planning, innovation and widening access.
: 6094 (Brisbane) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Nat School of Allied Health
Elspeth Froude is Associate Professor (Head of Discipline) in Occupational Therapy, National Course Coordinator Occupational Therapy and Deputy Head of School, NSW.
Elspeth's research interests are in the area of working with children, cerebral palsy, autism and developmental coordination disorder and knowledge translation. Elspeth is a certified trainer of the CO-OP Approach: A cognitive approach to address child chosen motor goals.
Elspeth has also researched in the area of scholarship of learning and teaching in particular simulated practice.
: 2582 (North Sydney) : email@example.com
Faculty of Law and Business
Nat Peter Faber Business School
: 3163 (Melbourne) : firstname.lastname@example.org