Dr Tracy Robinson

Research Fellow
Workforce Education & Development Group (WEDG), Sydney Medical School

Telephone +61 2 9351 2814

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Biographical details

Tracy has extensive experience with child and adolescent mental health and her PhD focused on adapting and implementing an emotional wellbeing program in collaboration with Aboriginal consultants in threerural and remote NSW communities. She also has significant expertise with health education and translational research. She is currently completing a post doctoral felllowship on Knowledge Translation at the Workforce Education Development Group, University of Sydney. In this role, she works with the Sydney West Translational Cancer Research Centre on a range of implementation studies. In 2013, Tracy also worked as a Research Fellow on the Audit of Disability Research in Australia (Faculty of Health Sciences).

Teaching and supervision

Mental health

Social and emotional wellbeing

Translational Research / Implementation science

Research skills

Current projects

Development of a QStream Knowledge Translation Program on Referral for Genetic Counselling / Testing in Ovarian Cancer for Medical and Gynaecological Oncologists and their Trainees

Multi Disciplinary Teams as a Vehicle for Translational Research and Implementation Science

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Robinson, T., Hills, D., Rossiter, R. (2013). Mental Health Emergency Care in Australia: An Educational Program for Clinicians. Education for Health, 26(3), 172-177. [More Information]
  • Robinson, T., Hills, D., Kelly, B. (2011). The evaluation of an online orientation to rural mental health practice in Australia. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 18(7), 629-636. [More Information]
  • Hills, D., Robinson, T., Kelly, B., Heathcote, S. (2010). Outcomes from the trial implementation of a multidisciplinary online learning program in rural mental health emergency care. Education for Health, 23(1), 1-12. [More Information]
  • Robinson, T., Kurtz, H., Kelly, B., Fuller, J., Fragar, L., Roy, S., Deans, K., Croft, J., Hedger, B. (2009). Clinical leadership in rural psychiatry: farmers' mental health and well-being. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 17, 284-285. [More Information]
  • Grootjans, J., Hunt, H., Cresswell, S., Robinson, T. (2006). Exploration of Self Identified Education Needs of Alcohol and Other Drug Workers. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 14(2), 62-65.
  • Grootjans, J., Hunt, H., Cresswell, S., Robinson, T. (2006). Exploration of self-identified education needs of alcohol and other drug workers. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 14(2), 62-65. [More Information]

2013

  • Robinson, T., Hills, D., Rossiter, R. (2013). Mental Health Emergency Care in Australia: An Educational Program for Clinicians. Education for Health, 26(3), 172-177. [More Information]

2011

  • Robinson, T., Hills, D., Kelly, B. (2011). The evaluation of an online orientation to rural mental health practice in Australia. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 18(7), 629-636. [More Information]

2010

  • Hills, D., Robinson, T., Kelly, B., Heathcote, S. (2010). Outcomes from the trial implementation of a multidisciplinary online learning program in rural mental health emergency care. Education for Health, 23(1), 1-12. [More Information]

2009

  • Robinson, T., Kurtz, H., Kelly, B., Fuller, J., Fragar, L., Roy, S., Deans, K., Croft, J., Hedger, B. (2009). Clinical leadership in rural psychiatry: farmers' mental health and well-being. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 17, 284-285. [More Information]

2006

  • Grootjans, J., Hunt, H., Cresswell, S., Robinson, T. (2006). Exploration of Self Identified Education Needs of Alcohol and Other Drug Workers. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 14(2), 62-65.
  • Grootjans, J., Hunt, H., Cresswell, S., Robinson, T. (2006). Exploration of self-identified education needs of alcohol and other drug workers. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 14(2), 62-65. [More Information]

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