Dr Alix Hall
Researcher, National Centre of Implementation Science
Alix Hall is a member of the Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI) Coordinating Group, representing The National Centre of Implementation Science (NCOIS).
She is a public health researcher, statistician and methods editor for Cochrane Public Health. She graduated from the University of Newcastle with Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) in 2008, was awarded her PhD within the field of Behavioural Science in relation to Medicine in November 2014 and gained a Master in Medical Statistics with Distinction in 2019. She has over ten year’s experience as a behavioural and implementation researcher, focusing predominantly on chronic disease prevention and improving the lives of people with chronic disease.
Alix is currently working as a full time post-doctoral researcher. Her main interests include: statistics, research design, research synthesis methods, systematic reviews, development and validation of patient reported outcomes and implementation research.
Dr Alix Hall's resources
Prevention in the first 2000 daysResource category: Knowledge SynthesesDate
Emerging Leaders Symposium workshop 3: What evidence means in different contextsResource category: VideosDate