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About the Inclusive Health Research collective

Who are we?

We are a group of researchers at Deakin University who work in the area of Inclusive Health. Our collaboration includes researchers from nursing, speech pathology, occupational therapy, medicine, health promotion, health economics, epidemiology, sociology and disability studies.

We work closely with collaborators and co-researchers from the community. Our research partners often include people with disability, family members and supporters, health professionals, and representatives from the health and disability industries.

What do we research?

We believe that people with disability should have equal access to health services, and should have a say in how health services are designed.

We are involved in a wide range of health research relating to people with a disability. For example:

We also help other teams to make their research methods and findings inclusive.

You can learn more about some of our current projects here.

How do we work?

We use a range of research methods to learn about people’s healthcare experiences.

We love to share our research tips and resources with other teams. You can learn more about our methods here.

Contact us

If you have a question for our team or would like to partner with us, you can email our lead researchers:

Dr Kate Anderson ([email protected])

Dr Jo Watson ([email protected])



September 14, 2021

Last modified: September 21, 2021 at 5:49 pm

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