Project Coordinator / PhD Candidate
Masters of Public Health, Menzies School of Health Research, 2016; Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, James Cook University, 2006
Josie is an Occupational Therapist, who has worked in the Northern Territory in clinical and research roles since 2009. Josie has worked previously as a remote mental health professional visiting various remote communities and providing case management services to people with serious mental health concerns.
Her research interests include early intervention mental health care, the use of technology in mental health care and participatory research methods. Josie has a strong interest in community engagement, capacity building and knowledge translation.
- AIMhi-Y App development & feasibility trial
- Aboriginal and Islander Mental Health Initiative for Youth (AIMhi-Y) Project
- Ngawurramangajirri - Tiwi Mental Health Literacy Project
- Wellbeing Intervention for Chronic Kidney Disease
- Povey, J., Sweet, M., Nagel, T., Mills, P.P.J.R., Stassi, C.P., Puruntatameri, A.M.A., Lowell, A., Shand, F., & Dingwall, K. (2020). Drafting the Aboriginal and Islander Mental Health Initiative for Youth (AIMhi-Y) app: results of a formative mixed methods study. Internet Interventions, 21, 100318. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.invent.2020.100318
A new Tiwi to English phrase book to help people talk about mental health and wellbeing is being launched in Wurrumiyanga.