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Michaela is a Post-Doctoral Fellow with the Northern Institute at Charles Darwin University. Her background is in environmental science, sociology, geography and Science and Technology Studies (STS). Her current research involves working from the ‘Ground Up’ with Indigenous knowledge authorities, and differing traditions of knowledge and governance. This involves collaborative research for policy development, and engaging with government, service providers, university staff and Indigenous people in remote communities. So far this research has been focused around issues such as disaster resilience, emergency management, governance and leadership, remote engagement and coordination, volunteering and women’s health.
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2020 Rainmaker Readiness - Enhancing health communication with people who primarily speak an Aboriginal language – learning from COVID19 to improve communication in primary health care services.
29/07/20 → 28/01/22
2020 Rainmaker Start-up - SREBA Consultant for Social, Cultural and Economic Baseline Studies and Strategic Regional Assessment
11/06/20 → 30/04/21
D20-0279 Provision of a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework 2021 for the Remote Engagement and Coordination Strategy
1/03/21 → 31/10/21
Community planning and development program: ground up monitoring and evaluation, interim report - December 2019Spencer, M. & Christie, M., 2020, Northern Land Council. 38 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Other reportOpen Access
Bulkanhawuy, J., Wanambi, G., Spencer, M., Hayashi, Y., Maliku, S. & Gundjarranbuy, R., 30 Apr 2020, Northern Institute.
Research output: Other contribution › Other types of outputsOpen Access
Spencer, M., Bow, C., Norrington, L. R., West, S., Hayashi, Y. & Macdonald, J., 20 Aug 2020.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Conference paper presented at Conference (not in Proceedings)
Spencer, M., Nov 2020, In: Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social contexts. 26, p. 64-71 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile17 Downloads (Pure)