Karen Grimmer is Professor of Allied Health in the School of Health Sciences. She is the Director of the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence (iCAHE).Karen’s interests are diverse. They include the philosophy and practice of implementation of evidence, adolescent musculoskeletal health and its public health implications, posture and its determinants, allied health service quality and outcome measurement, discharge planning from hospitals and the systems which underpin good practices. Karen has been a supported researcher at UniSA every year since 1997.Karen directs the research team working from the International Centre for Allied Health Evidence, City East Campus. This group of visionary researchers pursue diverse research interests of their own, although all the research is linked by the desire to improve allied health teaching and clinical practices. Supervisor Homepage
Areas of expertise: Health Services / Cost Effectiveness