Current research includes:
What is the evidence of the impact of the initiatives to reduce risk and incidence of intimate partner violence and sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict states and other humanitarian crises in low and middle income countries? A systematic review in collaboration with the World Health Organisation and Professor Jo Spangaro (CI), Chye Toole-Antsey, Associate Professor Lynne Keevers, Associate Professor Catherine Mac Phail, and Dr Karen File (all Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities UOW).
Effective practices in working with young people who experience homelessness working in collaboration with Southern Youth and Family Services and AP Lynne Keevers (Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities UOW).
Understanding Moral Distress in Providers Working in Refugee and Migrant Maternal Health Services in collaboration with Dr Katarzyna Olcon and Dr Chris Degeling (all Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities UOW)
Global Challenges Project Adjust to Disaster with Adaptive and Protective Transport (ADAPT) – Mobility Response to Crisis in collaboration with Dr Bo Du (CI Engineering and Information Sciences), Professor Lyn Phillipson (Senior Advisor), Professor Thomas Astell-Burt (Senior Advisor), Senior Professor Pascal Perez (Senior Advisor) and partners in the Faculty of the Arts, Humanities and Social Science, Faculty of Business and Law and Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences and external partners (Liverpool City Council, Wollongong City Council and Transport NSW).
Global Challenges project ‘To what extent does the Gong Shuttle Bus contribute to the quality of life of Wollongong’s Over 55s?’ working in collaboration with Dr Luke Molloy (CI/Faculty of Medicine, Science and Health) and partners in the Faculty of Business and Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences UOW.