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Meghan Taylor

Meghan Taylor

Research Officer

Meghan commenced working with CeRDI in 2011 after completing her VCE. Initially working in an Administrative/Project Officer role, she transitioned into a Research Officer role in early 2015. Meghan completed a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)/Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Monash University, which has given her a broad range of insight into a range of domains. She is particularly passionate about areas of public health, health systems, quality improvement, evidence-based practice and health data.

Through her studies and work experience Meghan has developed skills in qualitative research. Within the CeRDI qualitative research team, she often takes responsibility for writing and submitting ethics applications, performing literature reviews and background research, and sourcing, extracting and analysing government and other health and community datasets.

Under the guidance of Dr Angela Murphy, Meghan has played a key role in a number of health and community related research projects in the Grampians region. Currently, along with CeRDI colleagues, she is leading a collaboration with community, state and local government, health and research organisations, known as the Wimmera Information Portal.

Call: 03 5327 9403
Email: m.taylor@federation.edu.au

  • Reports

    Bonney, P., Murphy, A., Corbett, J., Taylor, M., & Thompson, H. (2018). Barwon Coast coastal management and beach usage research report. Ballarat, Australia: Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation, Federation University Australia.

    Camilleri, M., Ollerenshaw, A., Corbett, J., Taylor, M., & Burrows, T. (2018). Central Highlands Health Justice Partnership: Evaluation report. Ballarat, Australia: Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation, Federation University Australia.

    Murphy, A., Parnaby, A., Corbett, J., Ollerenshaw, A., & Taylor, M. (2018). The Youth CAN project 12 month project report: Process, baseline and emerging impacts. Ballarat, Australia: Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation, Federation University Australia.

    Murphy, A., McKenna, K., Milne, R., Taylor, M., Corbett, J., Dahlhaus, P., & Thompson, H. (2016). Online Farm Trials (OFT) impact research: eResearch (first wave) extended timeframe research study. Ballarat, Australia: Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation, Federation University Australia.

    Thompson, H., Fong, G., Corbett, J., Feely, P., Fong, B., Turville, K., & Taylor, M. (2011). Broadband economy report 2011: Yarra Ranges opportunity assessment for economic and community growth through the broadband economy. Ballarat, Australia: Centre for eCommerce and Communications, University of Ballarat and Lateral Plains.

    Thompson, H., Fong, G., Corbett, J., Feely, P., Fong, B., Turville, K., & Taylor, M. (2011). Yarra Ranges opportunity assessment for economic and community growth through the broadband economy: Broadband economy survey results. Ballarat, Australia: Centre for eCommerce and Communications, University of Ballarat and Lateral Plains.

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