Alexandra Hall

RESEARCHER PROFILE

PhD Student

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Alexandra Hall is pursuing her PhD in supervision of Dr Julie Brown.

Her current project is Consumer-centred design of child restraint product information to reduce misuse.

Alexandra holds a Bachelors Honors in Psychology and her research interests are on Public Health, Injury Prevention and Behavioural Science.

Projects Alexandra Hall is currently involved with

CURRENT PROJECTS

Design of user-centred child restraint product information to reduce misuse.

In an effort to reduce the misuse of child restraint systems and the associated high risk of injury to children in car crashes, we have conducted a large mixed-methods project to design new evidence-based and user-centred instruction manuals, labels, and videos for child restraint systems. The intervention has been tested in the laboratory at NeuRA, and is now being tested in a large cluster RCT across NSW, Australia.

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Design of user-centred child restraint product information to reduce misuse.

RESEARCH TEAM

BIANCA ALBANESE Research Assistant

Cameron Fong

CAMERON FONG Research Assistant

MARIJKE OOMENS Research Assistant

Lauren Meredith

LAUREN MEREDITH PhD Student

Chris Mulligan

CHRIS MULLIGAN Masters Student

CATHERINE HO Technical Assistant