Popularity, access or gate keeping: Using network analysis to examine the impact of power on accident causation in healthcare.
Prior to this higher degree research role, Erin was a full-time research assistant in the Centre of Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems at the University of the Sunshine Coast(UniSC). She has successfully completed her post-graduate master’s degree in health promotion, and holds two undergraduate degrees in education and human services. Her passions include sandcastle building and Monopoly Deal card playing.
Erin has recently commenced her PhD study addressing the research topic of ‘ageing in place’ and the optimisation of multi-agency service coordination. A specific focus involves Aged Care Assessment Teams and their role in enabling older people to live longer in their homes and local communities.
Research interests include:
- Public health innovations;
- Multi-agency coordination; and
- Complex systems analysis.
If you would like to discuss any of these interests with Erin, please contact her on: Erin.Stevens@research.usc.edu.au