Professor Tippett is Professor and Head of Discipline for Paramedicine in the Faculty of Health at QUT and the Director of Research for QUT’s School of Clinical Science. Professor Tippett is also an Executive Member of the Centre for Emergency and Disaster Management (CDEM) and has worked for over ten years as a researcher in the area of pre-hospital care, including seven years as Director of the Australian Centre for Pre-hospital Care Research at University of Queensland and Queensland Ambulance Service. In recognition of this work she was awarded the Distinguished Services Medal by the Queensland Ambulance Service in 2011. In 2014 she was achnowledged as one of 125 Women in Leadership awardees by the YWCA.
Professor Tippett is currently leading a Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC consortium on emergency warnings and crisis communication.
|2017||Conference Paper||Evidence-based risk communication: an industry-academic research collaboration that enhanced dam release message effectiveness. AFAC17 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2017).|
|2016||Report||Building resilient communities - effective multi-channel communication in disasters: Annual project report 2015-2016. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).|
|2015||Report||Connecting communities and resilience: A multi–hazard study of preparedness, response and recovery communications: Annual project report 2014-2015. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2015).|
|2015||Report||Building Resilient Communities: Effective Multi-Channel Communication in Disasters Annual Report 2014. (2015).|
To examine evidence-based strategies that motivate appropriate action and increase informed decision-making during the response and recovery phases of disasters.
Our aim is to examine evidence-based strategies to motivate appropriate action and increase informed decision-making during the response and recovery phases of disasters. We combine expertise in communication, consumer psychology and marketing, disaster and emergency management, and law.
Testing the elements of optimal emergency warnings: Some insights from 10 focus groups and 77 experiments of 3615 Australians
The aim of this project is to examine evidence-based strategies that motivate appropriate action and increase informed decision-making during the response and early recovery phases of natural disasters. These are the results from work conducted over 2014-2017. We will be expanding on this project during 2017-2020.
|Presentation-Slideshow||27 Mar 2014||Connecting communities and resilience||Save (1.14 MB)||communities, recovery, resilience|
|Presentation-Slideshow||10 Apr 2015||Connecting Communities and Resilience 2015 NSW RAF Presentation||Save (1.74 MB)||communities, resilience, response|
|HazardNoteEdition||21 Oct 2015||Turning warnings into action||Save (236.32 KB)||animals, communication, tsunami|
|Presentation-Slideshow||17 May 2016||Connecting communities and resilience: a multi-hazard study of preparedness response and recovery communications||Save (544.2 KB)||communities, recovery, response|
|Presentation-Slideshow||18 Apr 2017||Emergency Message Eye-Tracking Study & Business-Focused Risk Communication||Save (1.17 MB)||communication, communities, resilience|
|Presentation-Slideshow||07 Jul 2017||Communicating and warning: getting the message across more effectively||Save (4.79 MB)|