PhD BAppSci(PsychHons) BEd(Secondary)
Dr Kylie Murphy's background includes school teaching and preventative community health research. She is interested in pragmatic health research, particularly collaborative evaluations with health and community services, aimed at maximising health and wellbeing in regional communities.
For over two decades Kylie has worked in teaching roles in schools, community-based programs, teacher development roles, and universities. Kylie's PhD research involved the development of a relationship education program for adolescents. In recent years, Kylie has been pursuing excellence in research-literacy pedagogy. She is passionate about the need to ensure health professionals of the future have the knowledge and skills to locate, understand, critically filter, and appropriately apply research findings in their practice. She also enjoys mentoring School of Community Health Honours students as potential health researchers of the future.
Kylie is currently playing a lead role in a U!magine Online Learning Model e-assessment pilot project.
Kylie's past research has focused on relationship education to prevent chronic partner abuse and family violence. Kylie is currently pursuing collaborative research with local health and community services, aimed at maximising health and wellbeing in rural and regional communities
Kylie is engaged in collaborative research with local health and community services, aimed at maximising health and wellbeing in rural and regional communities. Kylie is an active member of the Albury Wodonga Collaborative Health Research Committee.