Cameron Gosling


BAppSc(HM), GradDip(Ex Rehab), MAppSc(Research),  PhD

Telephone: +61 3 9904 4460

Facsimile: +61 3 9904 4168


Research Profile


Cameron Gosling is an  Academic with Monash University's Department of Paramedicine. He holds a PhD in injury epidemiology and has most recently  focused his research efforts into the fields of orthopaedic trauma and return  to work following a workplace injury. He also has over ten years’ experience  educating health professionals.


  • Human       health and disease
  • Australian       healthcare systems
  • Human       development and health across the lifespan

Research Interests

  • injury       epidemiology
  • sports       injury
  • trauma
  • workplace       injury and return to work
  • clinical       outcomes trials

Supervision - current

2014M. Di DonatoBeautiful Spines ProjectHons
2014A. de SilvaBeautiful Spines ProjectHons
2014C. Powell-WrightBeautiful Spines ProjectHons
2015G. HoganInjury screen using objective motion analysisHons
2016Z. DiamondInjury and associated risk factors in hockeyHons
2016D. OldisMidazolam dosage in paramedic practiceHons


Total Funding Amount = $1,083,908.31
Recent Grants:

2015 Development and evaluation of a high risk screening tool for use in a population of workers’ compensation claimants Employers Mutual Limited $506,526
2014 Strategies to enable physiotherapists to promote timely return to work following injury. Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research $344,276
2010 Exploring patient perceptions of barriers and facilitators of recovery following trauma Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research $26,295
2009 Alternative models of assessment of overseas-qualified osteopaths for their suitability to practice in Australia Osteopaths Registration Board of Victoria $99,415.61

Peer Reviewed Publications

Recent Journal Articles

Bonato L, Edwards ER, Gosling CM, Hau R, Hofstee DJ,  Shuen A, Gabbe BJ. Patient reported health related quality  of life outcomes at 12 months after surgically managed tibial plafond fracture.  Injury (In press)

Tee L, Gosling CM, Hart M, Gabbe BJ, Richardson MD, Page R, Edwards E. Outcomes  and complications of diaphyseal humeral fractures treated surgically by  plating. Research. 2014;

Papachristos A, Edwards E, Dowrick  A, Gosling CM.  A description of the severity of  equestrian-related injuries (ERIs) using clinical parameters and  patient-reported outcomes. Injury. 2014 Sep; 45(9):1484-7.  doi: 10.1016/j.injury.2014.04.017.

Gabbe BJ, Sleney JS, Gosling CM, Wilson K,  Sutherland A, Hart M, Watterson D, Christie N. Financial and employment impacts of  serious injury: a qualitative study. Injury. 2014;  45(9):1445-51. doi: 10.1016/j.injury.2014.01.019.

Gosling  CM, Forbes A, Gabbe B. Health professionals’ perceptions of  injury and injury risk factors in Australian age-group triathletes. Physical Therapy in Sport. 2013; 14(4):207-12. doi:  10.1016/j.ptsp.2012.09.004.

Gabbe  B, Sleney J, Gosling CM, Hiller K,  Hart M, Sutherland A, Watterson D, Christie N. Patient  perspectives of care in a regionalised trauma system: Lessons from the  Victorian State Trauma System. Medical  Journal of Australia. 2013;  198(3):149-52.

Gosling  CM, Donaldson A, Forbes AB, Gabbe BJ. The perception of injury  risk and safety in triathlon competition: An exploratory focus group study. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine.  2013; 23(1):70-3.

Vaughan B, Sullivan V, Gosling CM, McLaughlin P, Fryer G,  Wolff M, Gabb R. Assessing fitness-to-practice of overseas-trained health  practitioners by Australian registration and accreditation bodies. BMC Medical Education. 2012; Sep 29;12:91. doi: 10.1186/1472-6920-12-91

Vaughan B, Sullivan V, Gosling  C, McLaughlin P, Fryer G, Wolff M, Gabb R. Methods of assessment used by osteopathic educational  institutions. International  Journal of Osteopathic Medicine. 2012; 15(4):134-151.