Greg Ireton

PhD student
Greg Ireton

Greg is a Disaster Recovery Adviser and has worked in not-for-profit organisations and government in Victoria for nearly 20 years. He has been involved in a range of events including the recovery from overseas terrorist incidents, bushfires, floods, tornados and drought.

He has completed a Bachelor of Science (Ecology) at Monash University and a Master of Education (Leadership & Management) at RMIT. Greg is currently completing his PhD at the University of Melbourne (School of Population and Global Health). His research investigates the long-term impact of disasters on school children. 

Student project

The purpose of this study is to investigate the parent reported changes in child behaviour and development at primary school commencement (through the SEHQ and similar data) in communities affected by bushfire and flood compared to unaffected communities.
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Research team

Type Project Research team
Commissioned Research Community-led recovery cgallagher, kbrady, gireton, pquinn, ahaywood, yclarke, fnorton, vbrandenburg

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