Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Swinburne University of Technology
Dr Simone Buzwell is an academic psychologist who has worked in the areas of health and developmental psychology for more than 20 years. Her specialties include the areas of sexuality and sexual behaviour, adolescence and chronic disease. Dr Buzwell also spent a number of years as an Associate Dean during which she engaged in research into Higher Education- including being the project leader of an OLT grant named: 'Valuing Student Voices when Exploring, Creating and Planning for the Future of Australian Higher Education' with colleagues from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Her current projects include an AMSI funded project to develop a screening tool for cosmetic clinicians to ensure their clients will not be harmed by the procedures and a project examining issues of pleasure and protection in young adult Australian romantic relationships.
Jul 06, 2021 08:58 am UTC| Health
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