Ali Lakhani is a Post-Doctorate Fellow with Griffith University and his research focuses on self-directed policy for persons with a disability, integrated practice for early child development and care, and culturally appropriate research methods. He has over 4 years experience working within community based participatory research projects that focus on health promotion and education. He is currently leading the professional stakeholder component of an Australian Research Council (ARC) and industry funded research project that aims to develop and test a decision system for inclusive housing development. He has previously worked as a Research Fellow within a project investigating how people with complex health conditions intend to organise their health and social supports under the NDIS. Additionally, as a Senior Research Assistant he worked on (i) a project that investigated the relationship between music participation, and the health and well-being and quality of life for Aboriginal persons residing in the Northern Territory and (ii) a project that investigated the impact of music participation on the health and well-being for refugees and asylum seekers residing in South-East Queensland.
Published 11th July 2017
Published 31st October 2017