Stephanie Garratt

BA (Hons), MPH (Hons)

Research Officer

At NARI, I work as a research officer within the Clinical Gerontology Department, working on a range of technology and quality improvement projects. Previous projects include: AvertoTM (translation technology for older CALD homecare clients), S-Well (feasibility and acceptability of a home monitoring system for CHSP clients), the Models of Integrated Care Report (Royal Commission), and the ‘What makes good quality care’ literature reviews for the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.

Previously I worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Bachelor of Health Sciences and MBChB program at the University of Auckland, specialising in Healthcare Ethics and Health Systems.

My research interests include healthcare ethics, medication management, workforce, gerontology, quality improvement, technological solutions for aged care, and fairness. I have experience with a range of research and presentation methods, project management, sales, ethical analysis, quality improvement, and have worked with organisations and professionals across the healthcare spectrum.

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