On Monday 19 August 2013, Dr Katherine Carroll and Professor Rick Iedema were interviewed for the ABC Radio National Health Report. The interview was about their new book, Visualising healthcare improvement: Innovation from within (Radcliffe UK, 2013). Their interview with Dr Norman Swan is accessible on the ABC radio catch-up website.
Applications are invited for a three-year PhD scholarship with the Centre for Health Communication, UTS. The NHMRC scholarship will fund research into the occurrence and spread of hospital-acquired infections across two hospitals, and the research will involve a mix of qualitative methodologies, including ethnography and interviews. Essential Criteria: Honours degree or Masters by Research degree [...]
The Centre for Health Communication’s Dr Katherine Carroll, Chief Investigator of the ARC Discovery Project ‘Liquid Gold’: establishing the place of donated human milk in the tissue economy, has been awarded a UTS Early Career Researcher Grant for 2013. The grant, worth $24,953, will allow Dr Carroll to conduct research on Milk Donation After Neonatal Loss. Australian human [...]
As in previous years, the UTS Centre for Health Communication experienced an extraordinary year of academic and practical successes. These successes included integration of our work into State and National policy and training, invitations to present at national and international forums, uptake of our research methods across the globe, high levels of research income, and a high level of publication output. 2011