Lee Brentnall

Lee is a PhD candidate with Department of Pacific Affairs.

Lee has extensive experience in design and development of integrated rehabilitation and assistive technology services in The Pacific and Asia, with specific technical expertise in prosthetic and orthotic service provision. Lee has worked in the NGO sector and in health and disability services. Throughout her career she has had various roles, including as a prosthetist orthotist clinician, clinical educator, lecturer and programme manager.

Note: other than Sonia Palmieri and Gemma Malungahu, Lee is also supervised by Natasha Layton from Monash University.

Research Interest

Lee’s areas of research interest include:

  • Equity in the context of access to physical rehabilitation and assistive technology services.
  • Person centred services and community involvement in design and delivery of rehabilitation services.

HDR Supervisor/s

Sonia Palmieri Gemma Malungahu

Thesis Title/Topic

Equity of access to rehabilitation and assistive technology after amputation in the Pacific.

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