Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Evaluation of a multisite telehealth group model for persistent pain management for rural/remote participants

Heather  Scriven

Ms Heather Scriven

qualifications: Bachelor of Social Work

contribution: Study conception and design, Acquisition of data, Analysis and interpretation of data, Drafting of manuscript

position: Senior Social Worker

Bachelor of Social Work Rural Generalist Social Worker.


Darren P Doherty

Mr Darren Doherty

qualifications: Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sport Physiotherapy

contribution: Study conception and design, Analysis and interpretation of data, Drafting of manuscript

position: Senior Physiotherapist

Darren has been a senior clinician, team leader and researcher at the Gold Coast Persistent Pain Centre since 2011. He is a Australian Physiotherapy Association titled Pain Physiotherapist. Along with pain neuroscience and its clinical applications he has a keen interest in innovative health management solutions using technology.


Elizabeth C Ward

Prof Elizabeth Ward

qualifications: PhD

contribution: Study conception and design, Analysis and interpretation of data, Critical revision

position: Professor

Professor Ward is the Professor of the Centre for Functioning and Health Research (CFAHR) in Queensland Health, and Professor in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The University of Queensland. As a leading international researcher with over 250 publications, her primary interest is in improving swallowing and voice/communication outcomes for patients undergoing Head and Neck Cancer (HNC) management. In the past two decades, Prof Ward has been part of national/international multidisciplinary teams that have achieved many enhancements in clinical through: improved understanding of the side effects of HNC treatment; implementing a range of telepractice models to enhance patient services and support; revealing greater insights into patient and carer survivorship needs, and; enhanced rehabilitation options for patients with dysphagia.


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