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Biography

Alyse Lennox holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) from Deakin University. Her honours thesis examined the association between opportunities for community involvement and adolescent alcohol consumption.
 
Prior to joining BehaviourWorks, Alyse worked as a Research Assistant for the Pre-hospital, Emergency and Trauma Unit within the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University, where she gained over 6 years’ experience in emergency health services and injury outcomes research.
 
Alyse is passionate about health and wellbeing, as this impacts all aspects of individuals’ lives. In particular, she is interested in the health of older people and their transitions within the healthcare system.

Her research areas included spinal cord injury, outcomes after serious injury, early interventions for pain and mental health after motor vehicle crashes, social support for older people after discharge and emergency care of older people. At BWA, Alyse works within the Health team and conducts rapid literature and practice reviews and assists with other aspects of our stakeholder Forums.

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Keywords

  • Health
  • Health Behaviour
  • Health Care
  • behaviour
  • decision
  • Behaviour Change

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Projects 2018 2019

Research Output 2016 2019

Traumatic spinal cord injury in Victoria, 2007–2016

Beck, B., Cameron, P. A., Braaf, S., Nunn, A., Fitzgerald, M. C., Judson, R. T., Teague, W. J., Lennox, A., Middleton, J. W., Harrison, J. E. & Gabbe, B. J., 1 May 2019, In : Medical Journal of Australia. 210, 8, p. 360-366 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Early psychological interventions for posttraumatic stress, depression and anxiety after traumatic injury: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Giummarra, M. J., Lennox, A., Dali, G., Costa, B. & Gabbe, B. J., 1 Jun 2018, In : Clinical Psychology Review. 62, p. 11-36 26 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview ArticleResearchpeer-review