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Associate Professor Melissa Lindeman has an extensive career in health and community services in research, education and training, and policy and service development, including more than 15 years in the university sector. She recently managed an Aboriginal Domestic and Family Violence service and has consulted to various community-based organisations.  Her research has covered areas as diverse as social gerontology, rural and remote health, Indigenous aged and dementia care, and Indigenous youth services. As an affiliate of the Molly Wardaguga Research Centre, she will focus on projects designed to strengthen families, particularly those with young children (first 2000 days), through intergenerational support, and in developing culturally safe and trauma-informed approaches to practice. She is also keen support place-based, participatory research projects in central Australia.


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