Lee Brentnall

PhD Candidate
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Lee Brentnall, Department of Pacific Affairs

Lee is a PhD candidate with Department of Pacific Affairs.

Lee’s research focus is on access to physical rehabilitation and assistive technology services and specifically how gender, disability and remoteness can impact access in the Pacific region. She is also interested in examining innovations in service delivery that could increase equity of access in remote areas and ways in which community can be involved in design and delivery of such services.

Lee has worked in the NGO sector for much of her career, focusing on health, disability and international development. She has extensive experience in design and development of integrated rehabilitation and assistive technology services in The Pacific and Asia, with specific technical expertise in prosthetic and orthotic service provision.

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