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Dr

Jemma Skeat

Senior Lecturer
Audiology And Speech Pathology
communication
Speech
Qualitative research methods
language
Implementation and use of evidence
life sciences & biomedicine
science & technology
humans
female
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Dr

Jemma Skeat

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Evidence-based practice
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Dr

Jemma Skeat

 

Jemma is Lead of Clinical Programs in the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology. She is also a senior lecturer in the Master of Speech Pathology Course, and is responsible for curriculum development and accreditation.

She has over 15 years of clinical and research experience focusing on evidence-based practice, outcome measurement population health (particularly service access and use) in speech pathology and more broadly in rehabilitation. Her current research and teaching interests include collaborative (interdisciplinary) practice, evidence-based practice and clinical learning.

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Projects

GRANTS
Successful
2008 Skeat, J., Ukoumunne, O., Gold, L., Goldfeld, S. Availability and accessibility of services for children with communication disorders (pilot project) 1 year funding (

4,582). MCRI Healthy Development grant
2008 Bayer, J., Hiscock, H., Wake, M., Goldfeld, S., Skeat, J., Oberklaid, F. Mental health: early childhood prevalence, aetiology, and health service needs. 1 year funding ($43,940). MCRI Healthy Development grant.

2010 Wake, M., Reilly, S., Skeat, J., Law, J., Gold, L., Ukoumunne, O., Goldfeld, S. Preschool language delay: Randomised trial of outcomes and costs of systematic community detection and intervention. NHMRC Project Grant (607407). $895,550 2018 Skeat, J., Tomlin, D., Vogel, A. Clinical Outcomes Mobile Platform (
4625) Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology Innovation Grant2018 Zeibell, N. & Skeat, J. From Collaborative Learning to Collaborative Practice: Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning in Education and Speech Pathology. (
5,000). University of Melbourne Learning and Teaching Initiative Grant 2018 Skeat, J., , Vitkovic, J., Tomlin, D., Guest, D., Dobson, F., Hampson, R. Interdisciplinary learning through clinical practice: Creation of ‘Healthy Ageing’ clinics for students across the School of Health Sciences. ($4968) MSHS Educational Scholarship Grant

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 49 most recent scholarly works by Jemma Skeat.

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Senior Lecturer

Audiology And Speech Pathology

Senior Academic Adviser

Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences

Co-Chair

Asia Pacific Education Collaboration in Speech Language Pathology

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

La Trobe University

Bachelor of Speech pathology (1st Class Hons)

La Trobe University

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