Dr Trina Hinkley plays a key role in the development and production of a variety of resources. She leads a small team of researchers skilled in knowledge translation and various other disciplines.
Trina’s background is in behavioural epidemiology and behaviour change, with a particular focus on the impacts of behaviour on wellbeing and other outcomes. Her experience includes research for not for profit and government organisations with a focus on making lasting change happen at a population level. She is skilled in stakeholder engagement, facilitation, knowledge translation, and program development, delivery and evaluation.
Trina completed her doctoral thesis in 2011, where she examined multidimensional correlates of physical activity during early childhood. Her research has informed multiple sets of Australian and international guidelines and reports.