Armita joined the Department of Behavioural Science at NAL in March 2022 as a Senior Behavioural Scientist and now resides in the Department of Communication Sciences. She is also an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney. Armita has extensive experience in health services research at the NSW Local Health Districts and university sector. Since 2007, Armita has research and teaching roles at the Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney. Armita is a co-investigator of studies that are designed and conducted in collaboration with the government and policy partners, consumers, clinicians, and other service providers. Armita has specific interest in evidence-based policy and practice, translational and implementation research. During her PhD studies, she examined the capacity for evidence-based policy and practice in Australian Population Health. She collaborated with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research in an international study to investigate the roles of researchers and health funding agencies in knowledge translation.
PhD (Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Sydney): Assessing the capacity for evidence-based policy and practice in Australian Population Health