Dr Anne Hogden

Contact Details
+612 9850 2417

PhD, UNSW (2013); BSpPath, University of Newcastle (1997); BA (Hons), University of Newcastle (1992)

Dr Anne Hogden is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, and Research Affiliate at the Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney. Dr Hogden’s research interests are in healthcare communication, patient-centred care and decision-making and multidisciplinary team processes. She has led two Category 1 grants, to investigate patient-centred decision-making, and cognitive and behavioural change in motor neurone disease (MND) multidisciplinary care. Her current projects include: examining risk communication in prostate cancer; and development of web-based patient decision support tools for people living with MND. The tools are being developed through extensive process of stakeholder consultation, extending her PhD work which devised a model of patient-centred decision-making to guide MND care delivery. Her clinical background is in neurological rehabilitation as a speech pathologist, with 15 years’ experience working in health services as a clinician and healthcare manager. She currently supervises PhD and MRes candidates investigating topics in multidisciplinary team communication, aged care services and behavioural change in neurodegenerative conditions.



Broad Research Areas:

Patient-centred care; healthcare communication; neurodegenerative conditions

Specific Research Keywords:

Patient decision-making; decision support tools; multidisciplinary care; interprofessional teamwork

University role
Research Fellow