DR Anna Moran

DR Anna Moran


  • Health Services research (Workforce)



  • Since 2004, I have been involved in generating over $2.4 million in research funding exploring the health workforce in metropolitan and regional/rural settings internationally and in Australia. I completed my PhD in Health Services Research in 2009 titled ‘An evaluation of the contribution of support workers to the delivery and outcomes of community rehabilitation and intermediate care services in England’. I have worked in academic positions teaching Research Methods to medical and allied health students and implementing, coordinating and supervising higher degree research programs. My most recent employment has been as a contractor for professional associations and other non government organisations providing research assistance, research development and project management. I am also a business partner and physiotherapist in a successful private physiotherapy practice in regional Victoria. I am currently employed as a Rural Health Academic Network research coordinator for Albury-Wodonga Health as part of the Melbourne Medical School, Department of Rural Health.   


Selected publications


Additional Grant Information

  • 2017 Prof Susan Nancarrow, Dr Anna Moran, Ms Annie Banbury, Ms Sabrina Pit, Dr Chris Stevens, Ms Alex Barwick, Mr Lee Ridoutt. Medical Technician Workforce – Roles and Regulation. NSW Ministry of Health & SAXs Institute, $35,100. 2013 Prof Susan Nancarrow, Dr Alison Roots, Dr Anna Moran. Developing an Understanding of Models of Care Delivery for University Health Clinics. Southern Cross University, $50K 2013 Prof Susan Nancarrow, Dr Sheila Keane, Ms Shelagh Lowe, Dr Anna Moran. Models of Excellence: Clinical Training in Regional, Rural and Remote NSW. Health Education and Training Institute (HETI), $100K 2012 Prof Susan Nancarrow, Dr Anna Moran, Ms Julie Hulcombe, Ms Kerry Lyons, Ms Andrea Hurwood, Dr Sandra Grace, The Queensland “Health Practitioners Models of Care Project”: evaluation, learning and upscaling of results for a national audience. Health Workforce Australia, $80K 2012 Prof Susan Nancarrow, Dr Anna Moran, Assoc Prof Rosalie Boyc, Dr Sandra Grace, Dr Leah Wiseman, Australian allied health leaders – mapping the journey, Southern Cross University, $5K 2011 Prof Pam Enderby, Prof Susan Nancarrow, Dr Anna Moran, Prof Mike Campbell, Prof Stuart Parker, Dr Steven Ariss, Tony Ryan, Mike Bradburn, Ann McDonnell ‘Enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of community based services for older people: a secondary analysis to inform service delivery’ Service Delivery and Organisation, National Institute of Health Research, (SDO, NIHR) Department of Health (UK) $152K; £99K 2010 Dr Anna Moran, Prof Susan Nancarrow, Assoc Prof Rosalie Boyce, Dr Alan Borthwick ‘Assisting Role Redesign utilising a traineeship approach’. An evaluation of the introduction of a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance trained podiatry assistant to a community health setting’ Australasian Podiatry Education & Research Foundation (APERF), $6.5K 2010 Prof Susan Nancarrow, Dr Anna Moran, Assoc Prof Rosalie Boyce, Dr Alan Borthwick ‘Assisting Role Redesign utilising a traineeship approach’.    


Education and training

  • PhD, University of Sheffield 2009
  • BAppSci (Physiotherapy), University of Sydney 2001



Available for supervision

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