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Professor Michelle Lincoln B App Sci (Speech Path), PhD, FSPA, PFHEA

Professor Michelle Lincoln is the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health, The University of Canberra. In this senior role she is engaged in all aspects of the leadership of the Faculty. Michelle is focused on promoting the role and impact of health and sport professionals on the lives of clients, patients and communities. Her second focus is on the preparation of the future allied health workforce. This is reflected in both her leadership of the Faculty and her research.

Michelle was formerly the Deputy Dean, Associate Dean Learning and Teaching and the Head of Discipline of Speech Pathology in the Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney. She was the inaugural chair of the Asia Pacific Education Collaboration in Speech Pathology. Michelle has over 20 years of experience in facilitating student learning both in the classroom and on clinical placement. She takes a scholarly approach to learning and teaching and this has resulted in three cross institutional learning and teaching projects funded by the Office of Learning and Teaching and University and National teaching awards. Her research in education is focused on competency based assessment in clinical settings, clinical education models, ethical development and interprofessional learning.

Michelle writes and researches in the areas of allied health service delivery and workforce particularly in rural, remote and Indigenous communities. Her research has been funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, the Australian Research Council and the NSW Government. She has published more than a hundred and thirty peer reviewed journal papers as well as books and book chapters. Most recently her work as the leader of the “Wobbly Hub” research team has developed evidence for innovative allied health service delivery models in rural areas as well as strategies for retaining allied health professionals. This work is informing the role out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in rural areas. Currently this work is being extended to investigate allied health service delivery models in rural and remote Aboriginal communities. Michelle is an experienced higher degree research supervisor completing 15 honours students and 14 PhD students.

Michelle has won university and national teaching awards for her educational expertise in Speech Pathology. She is a Fellow of Speech Pathology Australia and a Principle Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD

Bachelor

External positions

Member - Academic Board, University of Sydney

2018

Steering Committee Northern Sydney Local Health District Partnership

2018

Disability Action Plan Committee

2018

Associate Member, Indigenous Allied Health Australia

2017 → …

Research Advisory Board - Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, University of Sydney

20172018

Indigenous Strategy and Services Committee, University of Sydney

20172018

Admissions Committee, University of Sydney

20172018

Leadership Team - Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney

20172018

Chair - Faculty of Health Sciences Teaching Workload Monitoring Working Group, University of Sydney

2017

Curriculum and Course Planning Committee, University of Sydney

20172018

Central Promotions Committee, University of Sydney

2017

Research Committee - Faculty of Health Sciences, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, University of Sydney

2017

Westmead Precinct Board, Westmead Millennium Institute for Medical Research

20172018

Western Sydney Project Control Board

20172018

Curriculum Committee Chair - Faculty of Health Sciences Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, University of Sydney

20172018

Payne- Scott Professors working party

2017

Deputy Dean, Strategy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney

2017

Associate Dean Indigenous Strategy and Services, University of Sydney

2017

Deputy Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney

20122016

Professor - Speech Pathology, University of Sydney

20122018

Fellow, Speech Pathology Australia

2009

Associate Dean Undergraduate Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney

20092012

Panel member - Undergraduate Program in speech pathology, University of Queensland

2008

Chair accreditation panel - Masters in speech pathology, University of Queensland

2008

Acting Coordinator Masters in Speech Language Pathology, University of Sydney

20082009

Accreditation Panel - Undergraduate and Masters, Speech Pathology courses, La Trobe University

2007

Rural Liaison Academic - Faculty of Health, University of Sydney

20072009

Research Team Leader -Communication and Inclusion, University of Sydney

20072009

Head of Discipline of Speech Pathology, University of Sydney

20072009

Associate Professor, University of Sydney

2006

Post graduate Director of Clinical Education, University of Sydney

2006

Negotiator - Australia University accreditation program, Speech Pathology Australia

20012005

Member - Grant Approval Committee, Speech Pathology Australia

20012005

Member - Graduate Survey Task Force , Speech Pathology Australia

20012005

Member - Graduate Survey Task Force, Speech Pathology Australia

20012005

Task Force Leader - Development of Clinical Education Position Paper, Speech Pathology Australia

20012005

Member, Special Interest Division of ASHA –Fluency

20002010

Member, Speech Pathology Australia

2000 → …

Member, American Association of Speech Language Pathology

19992010

Member, Council of Supervisors in Speech Language Pathology

1999

Senior lecturer, University of Sydney

19982005

Director of Clinical Education - Undergraduate and Post Graduate studies, University of Sydney

19982005

Lecturer, University of Sydney

19961997

Member, Australian Speak Easy Association

19912007

Associate lecturer, University of Sydney

19911995

Senior tutor and research assistant, University of Sydney

19901991

Member, Australian Association of Speech and Hearing

19872007

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Research Output 1993 2019

Customised approaches to vocational education can dramatically improve completion rates of Australian Aboriginal students

Gwynne, K., Rojas, J., Hines, M., Bulkeley, K., Irving, M., McCowen, D. & Lincoln, M., 2019, In : Australian Health Review. p. 1-8 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Vocational Education
Students
Nursing Students
Disabled Children
Health Services
Disabled Persons
Speech-Language Pathology
Language Therapy
1 Citation (Scopus)

Carers' preferences for the delivery of therapy services for people with disability in rural Australia: evidence from a discrete choice experiment

Gallego, G., Dew, A., Lincoln, M., Bundy, A., Bulkeley, K., Brentnall, J. & Veitch, C., 1 May 2018, In : Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 62, 5, p. 371-381 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Disabled Persons
Caregivers
Disability Insurance
Therapeutics
Health Expenditures
1 Citation (Scopus)

Improving the efficacy of healthcare services for Aboriginal Australians

Gwynne, K., Jeffries, T. & Lincoln, M., 16 Jan 2018, In : Australian Health Review. p. 1-9 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Health Services
Delivery of Health Care
Clinical Governance
Cultural Competency
Public Health Practice
1 Citation (Scopus)
Disabled Persons
Research Design
disability
human being
methodology