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Dr Caitlin Brandenburg

Dr Caitlin Brandenburg holds a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Hons I) and PhD from the University of Queensland. She completed her doctoral work in 2015, focusing on mobile technology use in aphasia rehabilitation. Since then, her research interests have broadened to include meta-research topics like clinician research capacity building, research ethics, research design, evidence-based practice and the role of research in healthcare systems. Caitlin also enjoys applying her research skills to a range of fields, and helping clinical teams to achieve their research goals. She has assisted over 150 clinicians across medicine, nursing and allied health with their research journey in various settings.

Caitlin also works at Gold Coast Health as a Research Fellow, and lead investigator of the INGRAINED study, which seeks to increase research capacity of medical doctors. She is also an Honorary Adjunct Assistant Professor at Bond University, working closely with the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare.

Research interest and experience: Meta-research, aphasia rehabilitation, research capacity building, knowledge translation, health services and qualitative research.

Research profile

Last updated 18 October 2021