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Stephanie has extensive clinical experience as a physiotherapist. She has worked across many sectors, including major public hospitals, private hospitals, private practice, not-for-profit organisations and the community.
She has always had a research interest and has held positions with the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) as a trial monitor and a research physiotherapist with the University of Sydney in the Rehabilitation Studies Unit and the Centre for Evidence-Based Physiotherapy. She completed a Master of Public Health in 2009.
Stephanie has worked as a sessional academic with Charles Sturt University within the School of Community Health since 2014 before joining the Three Rivers team as a Research Fellow in 2022. She hopes to contribute to developing healthy rural communities in this capacity.
Stephanie has taught physiotherapy students as a sessional academic within Charles Sturt University's School of Community Health. She has also trained allied health assistants at TAFE Western Region.
- Healthy ageing
- Evaluation of health services and programs
- Supporting allied health students on clinical placements
Registered physiotherapist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra)
Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Lockwood K, Cameron I, Gladman J, Lanzarone S. Hip Protectors: an implementation trial in two geriatric wards. Australasian J on Aging 2003:22:38-40. A M
Moseley A M, Lanzarone S, Bosman J M, van Loo M A, de Bie R A, Hassett L. Ecological validity of walking speed assessment after traumatic brain injury – a pilot study. J Head Trauma Rehabilitation 2004; 19:341-348.