Sue Williams

M Physio, B App Sci (Phyt), B Sci

Research Fellow

Sue is a physiotherapist working in research and clinical practice. Her clinical interest is neurological physiotherapy. Sue has extensive experience in clinical trials and qualitative research. She has interest in many aspects of ageing including balance, falls prevention, neurological conditions, exercise, physical activity, workforce redesign and service delivery. Sue is a member of MARC (Melbourne Ageing Research Collaboration) and involved in many collaboration projects. 

Her projects at NARI include falls prevention; sleep and falling in older people; balance dysfunction and falls risk in people with particular conditions (haemophilia, early dementia, migraine, TIA, arthritis, stroke, cardiac events); playgroups in residential aged care; environmental audit tool in residential aged care; experiences of retirement village residents; end of life care experiences, hospital falls prevention programs and technological solutions to healthcare provision. Sue has conducted consultancies involving older people. Sue has provided workshops to health care workers about falls and falls prevention across Australia.

Email: [email protected]