Dr Ross is a physiotherapist and postdoctoral researcher at The University of Queensland focusing on accessing and utilising health care, specifically in relation to digital health (including the rapid transition to telerehabilitation) and consumer perspectives. Megan's PhD was in the area of lower limb tendinopathy, where she characterised the clinical presentation of tibialis posterior tendinopathy. Dr Ross has secured an external, competitive grant as CIA (Physiotherapy Research Foundation; $9900) and is leading an international team of researchers who are aiming to impact policy and practice in the area of LGBTQIA+ access to healthcare globally.
21st Successes and Failures in Telehealth Conference (SFT-21) and the 13th Annual Meeting of the Australian Telehealth Society will be held virtually from 3 - 5 November 2021.
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