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Biography

Kim completed her BA (Hons.) at Monash University specialising in Behavioural Studies and Anthropology. 

Kim’s research experience lies in the area of social and government research where she has worked with a number of large organisations and departments such as Australia Post, DHHS, WorkSafe Victoria, and TAC.

Prior to joining BehaviourWorks she worked across many different topic areas including road safety, mental health, vocational health and safety, patient satisfaction and the environment.

She has also played an active role in designing and testing best practice methods for survey data collection. During her time at The Social Research Centre, Kim was involved in several studies to improve the response rate and quality of survey data.

Since joining BWA, she has worked on projects relating to understanding digital inclusion, employing a Pay What You Want pricing mechanism for an up-close animal encounter, the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of government-sponsored behaviour change campaigns, and increasing influenza immunisations using written communications.

Kim is particularly interested in the impact of human behaviour on the natural world and has commenced a Behaviour Change PhD via the Monash Graduate Research Industry Partnership (GRIP) program.

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Keywords

  • Behaviour Change
  • Social Sciences
  • Surveys and Survey Research
  • Health Behaviour
  • Environmental Behaviour
  • Monitoring & Evaluation
  • Social Change
  • Driving Behaviour
  • Behavioural Sciences

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Projects 2016 2021

Research Output 2016 2019

Ambulances are for emergencies: shifting attitudes through a research-informed behaviour change campaign

Borg, K., Wright, B., Sannen, L., Dumas, D., Walker, T. & Bragge, P., 28 Mar 2019, In : Health Research Policy and Systems. 17, 1, 9 p., 31.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
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Reply to letter to the editor in response to the article “Communication-based interventions for increasing influenza vaccination rates among Aboriginal children: A randomised controlled trial”

Borg, K., Sutton, K., Beasley, M., Tull, F., Faulkner, N., Halliday, J., Knott, C. & Bragge, P., 6 Jun 2019, In : Vaccine. 37, 26, 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalLetterOtherpeer-review

Short message Service reminders to parents for increasing adolescent human papillomavirus vaccination rates in a secondary school vaccine program: a randomized control trial

Tull, F., Borg, K., Knott, C., Beasley, M., Halliday, J., Faulkner, N., Sutton, K. & Bragge, P., Jul 2019, In : Journal of Adolescent Health. 65, 1, p. 116-123 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
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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

Communication-based interventions for increasing influenza vaccination rates among Aboriginal children: A randomised controlled trial

Borg, K., Sutton, K., Beasley, M., Tull, F., Faulkner, N., Halliday, J., Knott, C. & Bragge, P., 29 Oct 2018, In : Vaccine. 36, 45, p. 6790-6795 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Press / Media

Why we don't do it on the road

Kim Borg

15/09/09

1 item of media coverage

Press/Media: Research