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Dr Kristiana Ludlow is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Aged Care Evaluation and Research Team at the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research, Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI). She is passionate about collaborating with consumers, service users and workforces to improve the delivery of healthcare. She completed her Bachelor of Psychology with first class Honours in 2015, her Master of Research in 2017 and her PhD in 2020. Dr Ludlow’s PhD investigated the care priorities of aged care residents, family member and staff members, and the implications of care prioritisation for unfinished care and unmet needs. Her current work focuses on the co-design of a digital dashboard for use by residents, clients, family members, staff members and GPs in residential and community aged care. As part of her previous role as a Research Assistant at the Centre for Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science (AIHI), she worked on projects in the areas of workplace culture, health systems/programs sustainability, complexity science and health systems improvements. Dr Ludlow has expertise in qualitative research and Q methodology.


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