Associate professor, Bond University
Rae is an Associate Professor in the Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice at Bond University. She is a Psychologist with over 20 years’ clinical experience providing psychological interventions to children and families. Her program of research includes developing, implementing, and evaluating randomised controlled trials, embedding public voices in health guidelines and policy, exploring processes in health decision making particularly in relation to overdiagnosis, and translating evidence to practice and policy. She has taught evidence-based practice to students and health practitioners, conducted systematic reviews, used randomised controlled experimental designs, and explored innovative methodologies to facilitate public deliberation in health policy decision making.
Sarah lives in London. She is pregnant with her first child. Her mother had gestational diabetes and Sarah is told this puts her into a higher risk category for the condition, thus she should have a test. At 26 weeks,...