I think my competitive advantage is in effectively training people to make clear and ethical decisions, at scale. I use systematic reviews to figure out what works, and online/blended educational interventions to scale those interventions faithfully and cost-effectively. My reviews also aim to figure out how to improve the quality of those interventions.
I'm an awarded educator, receiving national awards, international senior fellowships, and the highest honour from my university. I also have a strong academic research background: I'm Chief Investigator on $3.7m of competitive, industry-partnered research grants; have published in the Scimago #1 journals for psychology, applied psychology, ageing, paediatrics, education (three times, see #1, #2, #3), and sport science (twice, see #1 & #2); and my work is cited almost 4x the world average (according to InCites; all data as of June 2021).
I'm moving to the University of Queensland and, in doing so, am looking to expand a team of researchers looking at how to most effectively train people to make clear and ethical decisions. This might include:
To that end, I'd appreciate introductions to:
I have strong methodological expertise in a few areas that might be valuable: