Who We Are Our Staff Dr Roseanne Misajon Senior Lecturer PhD BA (Hons) BSc GCertHEd Dr RoseAnne Misajon joined the academic team at the Cairnmillar Institute in 2017. Prior to that, she worked as a Research Fellow at the Centre for Eye Research Australia (University of Melbourne) and the Key Centre for Women’s Health (University of Melbourne), and as a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. RoseAnne completed her PhD in Psychology at Deakin University, and is a registered psychologist. Areas of expertise Well-being, Qualitative research methods, Chronic illness, Cultural issues, Refugees. Research Interests Her research focuses on the understanding of wellbeing among disadvantaged and marginalised communities across different cultural settings, particularly working with people with a chronic health condition or disability, as well as migrant and refugee communities. Her key research interests include subjective wellbeing, health-related quality of life, psychometrics and scale development, experiences of prejudice, social inclusion and culturally diverse populations. Recent Publications Anderson, R., Warren, N., Misajon, R., & Lee, S. (2019). You need the relaxed side, but you also need the adrenaline: Promoting physical health as perceived by youth with vision impairment. Disability and Rehabilitation. Doi:10.1080/09638288.2018.1510552 Rush, G., & Misajon, R. (2018). The quality of life of women with endometriosis. Health Care for Women International, 39(3), 303-321. Misajon, R., Pallant, J., & Bliuc, A. (2016). Rasch analysis of the Personal Wellbeing Index. Quality of Life Research, 25(10), 2265-2269. Misajon, R., Hutton, V., & Bliuc, A.-M. (2016). Volunteering and Civic Participation in the Vietnamese-Australian community. In Healy, E., Arunachalam, D. and Mizukami (Eds), Creating Social Cohesion in an Interdependent World – Experiences of Australia and Japan. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp 145-160. Bliuc, A.-M., McGarty, C., Thomas, E., Lala, G., Berndsen, M. & Misajon, R. (2015). Public division about climate change rooted in conflicting socio-political identities. Nature Climate Change, 5, 226–229. Hutton, V., Misajon, R., & Collins, F. (2013). Subjective wellbeing and ‘felt’ stigma when living with HIV. Quality of Life Research, 22(1), 65-73. Richardson, J., Iezzi, A., Sinha, K., Khan, M., Misajon, R., & Keeffe, J. (2012). Utility Weights 0for the Vision Related Assessment of Quality of Life (AQoL) 7D Instrument. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 19(3), 172-182. Research Links: please visit Google Scholar.