Dr McIntyre’s PhD study Understanding Families after Traumatic Brain Injury: Family processes and structures over the long-term was conferred in May 2016. The study examined the long-term experiences and adaptation processes of families following traumatic brain injury. Dr McIntyre is continuing to pursue research around resilience and wellbeing for individuals and families following catastrophic injury. Dr McIntyre is also working on research involving Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples. One focus is an evaluation of mental health and addictions services for Indigenous consumers. Another, in partnership with Synapse Queensland, relates to the prevalence and nature of neurocognitive disability among marginalised Indigenous people, and NDIS inclusion.
Published 29th June 2017
Published 17th May 2018