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Tina Brodie

Ms, BSW (Hons) GradCertCouns

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Tina Brodie (BSW (Hons) GradCertCouns) is an Aboriginal woman with connections to Yawarrawarrka / Yandruwandha. She is a third year PhD Candidate at The University of Adelaide in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences and a Clinical Research Associate in Wardliparingga Aboriginal Health Equity, South Australian Health and Medical Institute.

Tina holds a Bachelor of Social Work, First Class Honours (Charles Sturt University) and a Graduate Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy. She has over ten years of experience in Aboriginal Health in multiple clinical, project and leadership roles working with Aboriginal children and families, and has recently transitioned into a research career exploring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social and Emotional Wellbeing, specifically the social determinants of health.

Tina also has expertise in Indigenous methodologies and applying these methodologies to decolonize and integrate Indigenous knowledges into a range of methods and approaches and culturally responsive and ethical ways of working and engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities in research. 

Research Interests

  • Social and Emotional Wellbeing
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Indigenous Methodology

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Adelaide

Jan 2018 → …

Bachelor's Degree (Honours), Charles Sturt University

Graduate Certificate, University of Adelaide

External positions

PhD Candidate, University of Adelaide

Keywords

  • Aboriginal health
  • Social and Emotional Wellbeing
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Indigenous Methodology
  • Program Evaluation
  • Public health

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  • 1 Oral presentation