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Dr Belinda Paulovich

Lecturer, Communication Design

Biography

Dr Belinda Paulovich is a Lecturer in Swinburne's School of Design. She teaches communication design and participatory design in undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Her research investigates the role of communication design in improving health, wellbeing, and social outcomes across the lifespan. Prior to joining Swinburne, Belinda completed a PhD in visual communication where she explored the use of co-design methods in creating paediatric patient education materials.

Research interests

Strategic & Transformative Design: Health; Co-design; Design for Health and Wellbeing; Participatory Design; User-centred Design; Human-centred Design

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.

Fields of Research

  • Design Practice And Management - 120300

Teaching areas

Communication Design;Participatory Design

Publications

Also published as: Paulovich, Belinda; Paulovich, B.
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Recent research grants awarded

  • 2019: The EVE-M Initiative - Enhancing the Vaginal Environment and Microbiome *; Frontier Health and Medical Research Program
  • 2019: Toolkit to co-design with older adults in residential and community setting *; UnitingAgeWell Fund Scheme

* Chief Investigator