Justine Irving

Justine is an experienced consultant, researcher and academic, working across the health and social services sectors. Subject matter areas with which she has experience include ageing, end of life care, maternity health, social and emotional wellbeing, children in institutionalized care, cancer care and outcomes, simulation, clinical placement, mental health, value based purchasing in health care, aged care assessment, trauma systems and veteran health. She has worked and researched with people from state, territory and national government departments, non-government and private organisations, industry bodies, academic institutions, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations, health service providers, students, consumers, and other peak bodies in relation to health and ageing consulting projects and research. Justine also coordinates and teaches within undergraduate and postgraduate gerontology programs designed for allied health, aged care, medicine, nursing and other professional groups. 

Her core competencies include: research; literature reviews; quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis; stakeholder consultations; evaluations and reviews; survey planning, design and testing.  

Qualifications & Memberships:

  • Candidate for Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Flinders University
  • Master in Applied Gerontology, Flinders University
  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), University of South Australia
  • Advanced Diploma of Journalism, James Cook University
  • Australian Association of Gerontology, Member