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Denise is a post-graduate educated researcher, currently working at BehaviourWorks Australia as the resident ‘systems thinker’. She has an interest in in health interventions, social research, environmental determinants of bio-psychosocial health, social marketing, the evaluation of complex adaptive systems and public policy. A team player and leader with the drive, ambition and self-motivation to achieve specific objectives and a strong background in creating and maintaining relationships to ensure high quality work and effective outcomes. Good working practice of multiple methodologies, and a specialist in qualitative methods (including extensive experience of interviews and focus groups).

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Research interests

I am interested in the evaluation of complex problems and the application of systems thinking to support behaviour change.

Research area keywords

  • Systems Thinking
  • Complex Systems
  • Public Health
  • Physical activity
  • Community Well-Being
  • Workplace health and safety
  • Behaviour Change
  • Education
  • Health

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Research Output

A systematic review of the content and quality of clinical practice guidelines for management of the neurogenic bladder following spinal cord injury

Bragge, P., Guy, S., Boulet, M., Ghafoori, E., Goodwin, D. & Wright, B., 2019, In : Spinal Cord. 57, 7, p. 540-549 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview ArticleResearchpeer-review

3 Citations (Scopus)

Reply to letter re: “Optimal Bladder Management Following Spinal Cord Injury: Evidence, Practice and a Cooperative Approach Driving Future Directions in Australia”

Goodwin, D. M., Brock, J., Dunlop, S., Goodes, L., Middleton, J., Nunn, A., Wright, B. & Bragge, P., Sep 2019, In : Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 100, 9, p. 1793-1794 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalLetterOtherpeer-review

The INSPIRE Framework: how public administrators can increase compliance with written requests using behavioral techniques

Faulkner, N., Borg, K., Bragge, P., Curtis, J., Ghafoori, E., Goodwin, D., Jorgensen, B. S., Jungbluth, L., Kneebone, S., Smith, L., Wright, B. & Wright, P., 2019, In : Public Administration Review. 79, 1, p. 125-135 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

3 Citations (Scopus)
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