Michelle Allen – Research Fellow: Implementation Science

Michelle is an early career academic, with health sector experience spanning public, private, and not-for-profit organisations in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. She has worked in management consulting, health services research, health service design, planning and commissioning, programme evaluation, and risk management roles across acute, primary, and community care.

Michelle’s current research focus centres around implementation science and understanding the factors that maximise the likelihood of successful implementation from an individual, organisational and health system perspective.

Michelle is particularly interested in working with vulnerable groups to enhance their voice in the design and delivery of health services. She has worked across local, state, and national programs, including Category 1 research grants, to enhance population health, infection prevention, mental health, older persons health, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

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