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A/Prof Williams has worked in multidisciplinary teams focusing on assessment of paediatric orthopaedic conditions and gait problems in children at Monash Health and Peninsula Health.

Her current research role is a conjoint position with Peninsula Health, as the Allied Health Lead, Associate Professor and NHMRC Early Career Health professional fellow.

A/Prof Williams maintains a small clinical role in private practice, and has adjunct research positions at University of South Australia, and Staffordshire University, UK. 

Research interests

Idiopathic toe walking

Impact and treatment of conditions affecting the lower limb

Paediatric gait and balance

Health care services research

Health care workforce research

Community service

A/Prof Williams is a practitioner member and Chair of the Podiatry Board of Australia. She is a past member on the Australian Government Professional Services Review Panel, and past chair and now active member of the Paediatric Special Interest Group of the Australian Podiatry Association. She has previously been the co-chair of the Peninsula Health Human Research Ethics Committee and member of Monash Health's Human Research Ethics committee and low risk human research ethics committee.

External positions

Adjunct Research Fellow, University of South Australia

2015 → …

Research area keywords

  • calcaneal apophysitis
  • sever's disease
  • internal consistency
  • orthopaedics
  • patient-reported outcome
  • quality of life
  • rasch
  • toe walking gait
  • children
  • idiopathic


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