The School of Psychology Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education (CHOICE) was established in 2013 to strengthen the research functions of the UQ Psychology Clinic.

CHOICE provides a platform for collaborative research between academics, clinicians and students working and training in the field of clinical psychology.

CHOICE provides support for research projects and dissemination of clinical outcomes. Members of the Centre frequently collaborate on projects with both public and private sector organisations. Experts in the Centre are available for consultation about clinical research matters.

The objectives of CHOICE include:

  1. To develop the disciplines of clinical and applied psychology by conducting high-quality basic and applied programs of research that provide a link between clinical theory and practice.
  2. To provide clinical and applied postgraduate students with high-quality research opportunities to further their training.
  3. To strengthen links from the clinical and applied programs of the School with industry and the professions through engaging in collaborative research ventures with government, NGO, industry, and community partners.

Program Directors

  • Associate ProfessorMelissa Day

CHOICE members

  • Dr Vanessa Cobham
  • Ms Melanie Dalton
  • Associate Professor Melissa Day
  • Associate Professor Genevieve Dingle
  • Dr Paul Harnett
  • Professor Catherine Haslam
  • Dr James Kirby
  • Dr Fiona Mccallum
  • Dr Leander Mitchell
  • Dr Simon Byrne
  • Professor Nancy Pachana
  • Professor Kenneth Pakenham

The Centre for Health Outcomes, Innovation and Clinical Education
McElwain Building (24A), St Lucia
   +61 7 3365 6230
  +61 7 3365 4466

Centre Director
Dr Melissa Day
   +61 7 3365 6832