Harriet Radermacher

Melbourne, Australia

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Harriet Radermacher completed a BSc Single Honours degree in Psychology at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (1995- 1998). In 1999, she began work as a Research Associate and Assistant Psychologist in a Regional Neurorehabilitation Centre, during which time she co-authored a book: Barnes, M. P. & Radermacher, H. (2003). Community Rehabilitation in Neurology. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

On moving to Australia, Harriet completed a Doctorate of Applied Psychology (Community Psychology stream) at Victoria University, Melbourne (2003-2006). Her research explored the value of participatory action research as an empowering research practice within a disability advocacy organisation. Harriet’s research interests embrace notions of participation, empowerment, cultural diversity and social justice.

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