Georgina Chelberg

Doctor of Philosophy


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Georgina is a member of the Centre for Ageing Research and Translation (CARAT), Faculty of Health, University of Canberra. She contributes to the delivery and evaluation of the SPICE Program - a 12-wk multidisciplinary program for people living with dementia and their care partners (Canberra region). Georgina assists with manuscript preparation and communicating CARAT activities.

Georgina has experience in research and project co-ordination within fields of dementia caregiving, digital health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health through roles at Dementia Training Australia, Australian eHealth Research Centre (CSIRO), University of Queensland and Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC).

Georgina completed a PhD that established the need for a best practice framework to guide research and deployment of digital health with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, including persons living with dementia. Georgina led the publication of the scientific protocol to develop the framework, as a key output of a collaboration led by CSIRO.


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