Lise L Johns

Dr Lise Johns

position: Lecturer

Lise Johns graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work in 2007 from Griffith University with First Class Honours. From 2007 – 2014, Lise has worked as a hospital social worker, first in a mental health unit and then as a generalist social worker in a small, rural hospital. It was during her time as a generalist social worker that she began to work extensively with palliative care clients. Lise undertook a PhD in 2010, researching psychosocial needs of palliative clients living in rural and remote areas. Since graduating from her doctorate studies in 2014, she has been working as a lecturer and researcher at Griffith University. Her research area and interests, remain primarily in the area of palliative care and improving quality of life for those living with a life limiting illness

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Original Research 19 September 2019

Psychosocial care provision for terminally ill clients in rural Australian communities: the role of social work

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