Ann Dadich

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Dr Ann Dadich is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Business at the Western Sydney University; she is also a registered psychologist, a full member of the Australian Psychological Society, and a NSW Justice of the Peace. Her scholarly passion lies in the management of organisations that contribute community wellbeing – these include health services, mental health services, youth services, and non-government organisations, among others. A particular focus of her research is knowledge translation – that is, the translation of evidence-based practices into quality consumer care. Following her undergraduate training, Dr Dadich entered the government and third sectors to work with different populations within the community. These include children and young people, people with mental health and/or substance use issues, family members and carers, as well as prisoners. These experiences continue to inform her approach to conducting research that is both empirical and respectful. Since entering academe, Dr Dadich has accumulated considerable research experience in the discipline of management. This is demonstrated by her publishing record, which includes over 135 refereed publications; the research grants she has received to date; and the awards she has been presented with, in recognition of research quality. In addition to her research, Dr Dadich supervises doctoral candidates and teaches undergraduate units. Further information can be sourced via the Video Reflexive Ethnography International Association.


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