Dr Tamara Butler
PhD in Social Psychology, University of Queensland, 2017; Bachelor of Psychological Science , Hons 1, University of Queensland, 2010;
Tamara Butler is an Aboriginal early-career researcher.
She is a mixed-methods researcher with a background in Social Psychology.
Her interests include improving cancer outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by understanding factors involved in participation in screening and prevention programs, by supporting cancer survivors and caregivers, and by enhancing understanding and measurement of wellbeing.
- Yarning with our mob about HPV vaccination uptake
- What Matters: Development and validation of an Indigenous Quality of life and Wellbeing Index (IQWI) for health decision-making
- Supporting Our Carers: Assessing supportive care needs of Indigenous cancer survivors' caregivers
- Screening Matters: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s attitudes and perspectives on participation in cervical screening
- Alternative Pathway for the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) for Indigenous Australians: A cluster randomised trial of implementation models
- Butler, T.L., Anderson, K., Garvey, G., Cunningham, J., Ratcliffe, J., Tong, A., Whop, L.J., Cass, A., Dickson, M., Howard, K., Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People's domains of wellbeing: A comprehensive literature review, Social Science & Medicine (2019), doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.06.004.