Our Fellows

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Fellow Year Project Report
Shekeeb Mohammad, Shekeeb 2014 To undertake specialised training in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of children with Basal ganglia disorders - UK, USA PDF  
Rachel Mullins, Rachel 2014 To research physiotherapy for the early rehabilitation of intensive care patients - USA, Canada, Belgium PDF  
Kathryn Munro, Kathryn 2014 The Bob and June Prickett Churchill Fellowship to evaluate services to improve the management and quality of life for Australian children and adolescents with neuromuscular disorders and their families - USA, UK PDF  
Anna Peeters, Anna 2014 To identify obesity prevention policies most likely to improve social inequalities in obesity - Netherlands, UK, USA PDF  
Amgad Rezk, Amgad 2014 To analyse needle-free pulmonary delivery of peptide for the treatment of Osteoporosis patients - Singapore PDF  
Oran Rigby, Oran 2014 The Dr Lena Elizabeth McEwan and Dame Joyce Daws Churchill Fellowship to utilise robotics and telemedicine to leverage trauma medical advice to rural, regional and remote civilian Australian citizens and military personnel - USA, Canada PDF  
Margaret Cooke, Margaret 2013 To undertake a cross-jurisdictional study of regulatory requirements and programs for managing health and performance notifications about nurses and midwives to improve safety and standards - UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, New Zealand PDF  
Marilyn Di Stefano, Marilyn 2013 The Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship to examine advances in vehicle technology/rehabilitation applications to enable independence for drivers with disabilities - UK, Sweden, Italy, USA, Japan PDF  
Lea Dias, Lea 2013 To investigate electronic Closed Loop Medication Management systems in global leading hospitals to improve patient safety at the New Children's Hospital Project in Western Australia - USA, UK, Israel PDF  
Ann Dodd, Ann 2013 The Dr Dorothea Sandars Churchill Fellowship to study and experience innovative care models, including best practice specialist nursing services for people living with parkinsonism, including Parkinson's Disease - UK, Netherlands, Sweden PDF  
Rosie Downing, Rosie 2013 The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to observe successful birthing services for women living in remote communities - UK, Canada, New Zealand PDF  
Alexander Dunn, Alexander 2013 The Leslie (Les) J. Fleming Churchill Fellowship to study the magnetic field induced release of cancer drugs at the Royal Institution of Great Britain - UK PDF  
Douglas Dunn, Douglas 2013 The Leslie (Les) J. Fleming Churchill Fellowship to study the application of polymer-gold composite nanoparticles to cancer treatment at the Davy Faraday Research Laboratory - UK PDF  
Karen Glaetzer AM, Karen 2013 The Dr Dorothea Sandars and Irene Lee Churchill Fellowship to study methods of improved care for individuals with intellectual and/or physical disability who require palliative care - UK, Ireland, Netherlands PDF  
Lisa Grant , Lisa 2013 To assist young people with disabilities who have been sexually abused to deal with that experience and likely impacts - Brazil, USA, Canada, UK PDF  
Dianne Greathead, Dianne 2013 The Bob and June Prickett Churchill Fellowship to explore international services and practical management strategies to improve inpatient hospital experience for children and their families, with stomas, complex wounds and pressure injuries - UK, USA, Sweden PDF  
Linda Gyorki, Linda 2013 To research the ethical and practical barriers of integrating legal assistance into a health-care setting - Canada, USA, UK PDF  
David Hughes, David 2013 To examine and compare interventions that minimise bladder, erection and cancer return complications related to Prostate Cancer Therapy - USA PDF  
Belinda Mawhinney, Belinda 2013 To identify the key strategies required for health services to effectively work together in response to children and young people at "risk of harm" - USA, Canada, UK, Ireland PDF  
Pauline McGrath, Pauline 2013 To review the delivery of counselling support for women undergoing new prenatal technology - UK, USA, Hong Kong PDF  
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