Research Partnership

22 April 2020  –  The research partnership on Health Communication has been launched after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between International Research Centre for the Advancement of Health Communication (IRCAHC) and UNSW Business School’s Health@Business Research Network on 22 April 2020. Please click here for more information

International Collaborators

Dr Daniel Angus
Associate Professor Daniel Angus

Dr Daniel Angus is an Associate Professor of the School of Communication, Queensland University of Technology. His research interests include Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Information Visualisation, Communication, Social Media, Computational Methodology, Digital Humanities, Data Journalism, Natural Language Processing.

Professor Liz Jones
Professor Liz Jones

Professor Liz Jones is a Professor and the Head of Department of Psychology at Monash University, Malaysia. Her key interests are in health and organisational communication from an intergroup communication perspective, organisational change, and life transitions for university students and parents of preterm infants.  Her health communication research has focused on health professional-patient interactions, interprofessional practice, and improving health service delivery, with research collaborations in Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia and USA.  She is currently President of the International Association of Language and Social Psychology.  

Professor Janice L. Krieger
Professor Janice L. Krieger

Professor Janice L. Krieger is the Director of the STEM Translational Communication Center in the University of Florida. Her research interests include Health and Science Communication, International and Cross-cultural Communication, Strategic Communication. 

Professor Gavin Schwarz
Professor Gavin Schwarz

Professor Gavin Schwarz is a Professor at the School of Management in the UNSW Business School. Gavin is Director of the Health@Business Research Network. He is a member of the Academy of Management’s Organization Development and Change division’s executive board and serves as Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (JABS) . He is also an editorial board member of the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Dr Wendy Wong
Assistant Professor Wendy Wong

Dr Wendy Wong is the Assistant Professor of the School of Chinese Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include Traditional Chinese Medicine, Patients reported outcomes of Chinese, Body constitution, Primary Healthcare, Randomized clinical trial of Integrative Medicine, Chinese Medicine cancer treatments, Interdisciplinary Communication.