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Researcher: Lee, SM (Dr Simone Lee)

Fields of Research

Health and Community Services
Health Promotion
Primary Health Care
Public Health and Health Services
Preventive Medicine
Public Nutrition Intervention
Residential Client Care
Oncology and Carcinogenesis
Nutrition and Dietetics
Exercise Physiology
Nutritional Physiology
Medical and Health Sciences
Clinical and Sports Nutrition
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health

Research Objectives

Health and Support Services
Health Education and Promotion
Cancer and Related Disorders
Behaviour and Health
Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health)
Carer Health
Allied Health Therapies (excl. Mental Health Services)
Cardiovascular System and Diseases
Teacher and Instructor Development
Neurodegenerative Disorders Related to Ageing
Evaluation of Health Outcomes
Preventive Medicine
Social Structure and Health
Rural Health
Health Inequalities
Palliative Care

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A telephone-based peer support service for Tasmanians living with or affected by epilepsy; Inglis Clark Symposium: Engaging with Impact
Active Launceston Initiative Final Research Report
Active Tasmania Annual Report 2015
Addressing rural health barriers
Benefits, barriers and enablers of mentoring female health academics: an integrative review; PloS one
Cancer : reduce your risk : speaker's kit : eating and moving to prevent cancer; Cancer Council Australia
Colorectal Cancer: A review of incidence, mortality and population screening in Tasmania
Definition of 'fast foods'
Dietary flavonoid intake in older adults: how many days of dietary assessment are required and what is the impact of seasonality?; Nutrition Journal
Epilepsy aid to be offered
Epilepsy Connect
Epilepsy Connect
Epilepsy Connect Evaluation Report 2018
Epilepsy Connect Launch
Epilepsy Connect Supporting people with epilepsy in rural Tasmania
Epilepsy Connect: establishing a telephone-based peer support service for Tasmanians
Epilepsy Connect: free telephone peer support for Tasmanians affected by epilepsy
Epilepsy help on the line
Epilepsy support line to connect remote Tasmanian patients to help
Factors influencing participation in fecal occult blood testing to screen for colorectal cancer in Australia: a scoping review protocol; JBI database of systematic reviews and implementation reports
Have you ever received a bowel cancer screening kit?
Help is just a call away
Launceston researcher hopes to increase bowel cancer screening
Let's do lunch! : enjoying mealtimes in nursing homes; University of Adelaide, Dept. of Clinical Nursing
Let's talk about bowel cancer
Like, comment, tag, share: Facebook interactions in health research; International Journal of Medical Informatics
Mealtimes in nursing homes : implications for resident satisfaction. Research Monograph Series, no.1; Dept. of Clinical Nursing, University of Adelaide
Mixed-method evaluation of a community-wide physical activity program in Launceston, Australia; Health Promotion Journal of Australia
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program - Tasmanian participation rates
New service the missing link for epilepsy sufferers
Nutrition and cancer prevention in Australia: a national collaboration to promote the evidence
Nutrition and cancer prevention: working together to promote healthy eating
Plasma triglyceride, high density lipoprotein cholesterol and cigarette smoking : coronary heart disease risk factors and their relationship with postprandial lipids
Review of the Communication and Health Literacy Action Plan
Royal Flying Doctors Service - Right as Rain Community Health Survey Report
Tasmanian initiative Epilepsy Connect is world’s first phone-based epilepsy peer support service

Research Projects

Bowel Cancer Awareness in Tasmania: a pilot study; Cancer Council of Tasmania (CCT)
Epilepsy Connect; Tasmanian Community Fund (TasCF)
Exercising Right for Bowel Cancer; Cancer Council of Tasmania (CCT)
Factors associated with bowel cancer survival in Tasmania: A data linkage study; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Using electronic clinical prompts in General Practice to increase bowel cancer screening participation in Tasmania: A pilot study; Cancer Council of Tasmania (CCT)
Evaluation of the Palliative Care After hours Phone Support Service Tasmania
Review of the Communication and Health Literacy Action Plan (CHL)

Research Candidate Supervision