Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, Australian Catholic University

Dr Anthony Dillon's interests are the conceptualisation of mental illness, and Indigenous well-being. He works full-time on research at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education. This entails supervising higher degree students, writing grant applications and conducting research. In addition, he is available to provide guest lectures on Indigenous issues.

In 2012, Anthony completed the Discovery Indigenous Researchers Development Grant (Australian Research Council) for Measurement matters: analysis of potential methodological and discrimination biases in assessments of medication treatments for ADHD, and stakeholder views. His PhD centred on an investigation of the factors that predict parents' acceptance or rejection of the ADHD diagnosis of their child.

More of his writings can be accessed from http://www.anthonydillon.com.au/

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences

Education

  • 2011 
    University of Western Sydney, PhD
  • Australia
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