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Biography

Kristiana is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation. She completed her Masters of Research in Health Innovation in 2017 and has a background in psychology, graduating in 2015 with first class Honours. Kristiana's PhD explored the prioritisation of care in residential aged care facilities from the perspectives of residents, family members and staff members. Her other research interests include: patient-centred care, missed care, Q-methodology, hearing loss, and using complexity science to improve health systems sustainability. As part of her previous role as a Research Assistant at the Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science, she coordinated 220 authors from more than 60 countries in Braithwaite et al., Health Systems Improvement Across the Globe: Success Stories from 60 Countries (2018) Health Care Systems: Future Predictions for Global Care (2018).

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Research Outputs

  • Systems transformation: learning from change in 60 countries

    Braithwaite, J., Ludlow, K., Churruca, K., James, W., Herkes, J., McPherson, E., Ellis, L. A. & Long, J. C., 28 Apr 2020, In : Journal of Health, Organisation and Management. 34, 3, p. 237-253 17 p.

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    Prizes

    Awarded top 10% downloaded paper for 2018-2019 (Wiley)

    Kate Churruca (Recipient), Kristiana Ludlow (Recipient), Natalie Taylor (Recipient), Janet Long (Recipient), Stephanie Best (Recipient) & Jeffrey Braithwaite (Recipient), 2020

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