Dr Victoria Team



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Victoria’s researcher profile

Research Fellow

Dr Victoria Team, MD, MPH, DrPH, is a public health researcher, who currently coordinates Translation Research into Practice Fellowship Project on translation of evidence-based practice in venous leg ulcer management in general practices located in Victoria. She is concurrently appointed as a Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, and coordinates two largest units in behavioural sciences. She has a strong background in research methods. Her recent works focus on barriers and facilitators to participant recruitment in RCTs. Her other strength is development of educational materials for patients, carers and clinicians, including the multimedia modules for DIPEx Australia.

Victoria was trained as a medical doctor in the Donetsk State Medical University (ex-USSR) and practiced in Africa for almost 10 years. Upon completion of her Doctorate in the University of Melbourne, she worked on and managed various research projects in the field of women’s health. Her publications focus on body image, solarium tanning, caregiving, disability, reproductive screening, breastfeeding, and wound management.



  • MED1011 HKS – Medicine 1 health, knowledge and society
  • ATS1261 - Understanding human behaviour
  • ATS1262 - Introduction to social behaviour

Research interests

  • Translation research into practice
  • Implementation science
  • Medical anthropology
  • Women’s health
  • Immigrant health
  • Ageing and caregiving

Research methodologies

  • Qualitative methods
  • Systematic reviews

Research projects/grants

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Supervision projects

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Accredited Level 1 Supervisor


Professional engagement/service

  • Reviewed 44 manuscripts for 20 journals – Publons Sentinels of Science Award in Social Sciences, honouring the highest achievers in peer review across the world’s journals.

Professional affiliations

  • Convention, Panel and Paper reviewer
  • The Association for the Study of Literature, Environment, and Culture Australia and New Zealand, Treasurer, 2015-2018
  • The Australian Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement (AMIRCI), Executive Board member, 2015-2016
  • The Eastern Communication Association (ECA), USA, 107th and 108th Annual ECA, 2015-2016
  • Primary Health Care Research Conference, member of the Conference Scientific Committee, 2014
  • The Association for the Study of Literature, Environment, and Culture Australia and New Zealand, Secretary, 2013-2014


  • Medical Anthropology: Cross-Cultural Studies in Health and Illness Editorial Board – Managing Editor, 2009-current


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