Co-designing a blueprint for the evolving health service
Changing Evaluation Systems (CHESS) identifies the challenges in the health system and co-designs person-centered, integrated and holistic models of care, encouraging the use of primary care as the home point of coordination. CHESS supports the evolution of the health care system by evaluating service delivery models that aim to improve client care and inform best practice.
Key focus areas
Rural and remote
First Nations community
Dr Erinn Hawkins
Erinn is a clinical psychologist focusing on transforming healthcare practice by bringing the science of child development and parent-child relationships to frontline health and mental health care workers. To date, this has involved two specific lines of research: bringing evidence-based neurodevelopmental assessments to frontline health care systems and the enhancement of parent-child relationships through intervention outcome monitoring.
Dr Fiona Kelly
As a Pharmacy Practice researcher, Fiona has worked across three key areas. These areas include the views of pharmacy staff, health consumers and carers on person-centred care; implementing new services in community pharmacies; and consumer views on, access to and use of non-prescription medicines.
Dr Sara McMillan
Sara is a registered pharmacist and lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. She is an early career researcher with an interest in using qualitative methodologies to improve care for special populations within the community pharmacy setting.
Victoria Stewart is a Lecturer in the postgraduate mental health practice programs at Griffith University. She has over 25 years experience in mental health as a practitioner, educator and researcher. Her research and education role is focused on recovery-oriented practice and improving service experiences for consumers and carers.