Dr Victoria Ross is a senior research fellow at the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP). Her key research areas are workplace mental health and suicide prevention, suicide bereavement support, and suicide prevention program evaluation. Her research has an applied focus and she has worked collaboratively on a range of projects with government and industry/sector groups, including the Lifeline Foundation, Gold Coast University Hospital, Mates in Construction, Richmond Fellowship Queensland, TrackSAFE Foundation, and Energy Queensland. She is the chief investigator on the National Health and Medical Research Council funded project, Mental Health Promotion and Intervention in Occupational Settings in the Australian Context, part of an international collaboration which will trial a workplace mental health intervention across eight countries.
Accepting HRD students: Y
Current and future research projects
Current project of relevance is the Pilot Evaluation Strategy for the Mates Apprentices Intervention Program. I have some work planned with some colleagues on FIFO mining workers so will update you when this looks like it will go ahead (but not looking for project partners or HDRs as yet).