Judy Lowthian

Bolton Clarke, School of Public Health & Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Faculty of Health & Behavioural Sciences, University of Queensland

C4 – Lessons from COVID-19


Thursday 13 October 2022

2:00pm – 3:15pm

Speaker Bio

Judy Lowthian leads a multidisciplinary research team as Head of Research and Principal Research Fellow at Bolton Clarke, the largest national not-for-profit aged and community care provider in Australia. She is an Adjunct Professor with University of Queensland’s Faculty of Health and Associate Professor with Monash University’s School of Public Health & Preventive Medicine. Her early professional career was as a speech pathologist in rehabilitation of communication and swallowing problems following acquired brain injury, and manager of interdisciplinary child and adolescent health services. Judy is internationally recognised in the field of gerontological health services research in emergency care, hospital-to-home care transition, frailty, cognitive impairment and dementia, loneliness, palliative care, and implementation of new models of care with a focus on patient and family experience.