Anna  Moran

Dr Anna Moran

qualifications: BAppSci (Physiotherapy), PhD

position: Rural Health Academic Network Research Coordinator

I completed my PhD in Health Services Research in 2009 investigating contribution of assistants to the delivery and outcomes of community rehabilitation and intermediate care services in England (University of Sheffield). Since 2004, I have been involved in generating over $2.4 million in research funding exploring the allied health workforce in metropolitan and regional/rural settings. I have worked in academic positions teaching Research Methods to medical and allied health students and implementing, coordinating and supervising higher degree research programs. My most recent employment has been as a contractor for professional associations and other non government organisations providing research assistance, research development and project management. I am also a business partner and physiotherapist in a successful private physiotherapy practice in regional Victoria. I am currently employed as a research fellow with Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) and am hold an honorary appointment with the University of Melbourne.

Articles contributed to by this person

Original Research 31 August 2020

Mechanisms to achieve a successful rural physiotherapy public–private partnership: a qualitative study

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