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.
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.
- 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.
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